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    Heys guys any one here made some Pancakes and added some protein to it?

    Normal Recepe for Pancakes:

    * 1 Egg
    * 1 Cup of flour
    * 1 t.Baking Powder
    * Cold Milk
    * t.Salt

    What about add some whey protein to that mix?
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    Originally Posted by RoadPigJohn
    Heys guys any one here made some Pancakes and added some protein to it?

    * 1 Cup of flour

    What about add some whey protein to that mix?
    Unfortunately half your protein won't be absorbed because of the white flour which makes plaster in your digestive track so I think it would be pretty wasteful.

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    I have. It's really good no matter what flavor whey you use.
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    Originally Posted by RoadPigJohn
    Heys guys any one here made some Pancakes and added some protein to it?

    Normal Recepe for Pancakes:

    * 1 Egg
    * 1 Cup of flour
    * 1 t.Baking Powder
    * Cold Milk
    * t.Salt

    What about add some whey protein to that mix?
    Yes, i put in the blender

    1 cup of oats
    1 cup Cottage cheese
    eggs
    and add vanilla protein

    ready to my homemade pancakes
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    Originally Posted by segment
    Unfortunately half your protein won't be absorbed because of the white flour which makes plaster in your digestive track so I think it would be pretty wasteful.

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    Originally Posted by superhombre2k
    This is complete and utterly untrue.
    prove it. tasting good and being good for you may not necessarily go hand in hand. either way, if you (original poster) insist on using that recipe for your pancakes, there is nothing at all wrong with throwing in some protein powder for additional benefits and flavoring. there may be denaturing, but im sure it would still be better for you than without. hell, you could even mix a scoop of whey with a little syrup and make a nice frosting.

    hmm, that gives me an idea...
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    Here's what I use for pancakes:

    1/2 cup oats
    1 cup egg whites (approximately 10-12 egg whites)
    cinnamon
    banana
    1 scoop vanilla protein powder (Ultimate Muscle Protein by Beverly)

    Use blender and then fry up like a pancake.
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    Originally Posted by qw3r
    prove it. tasting good and being good for you may not necessarily go hand in hand. either way, if you (original poster) insist on using that recipe for your pancakes, there is nothing at all wrong with throwing in some protein powder for additional benefits and flavoring. there may be denaturing, but im sure it would still be better for you than without. hell, you could even mix a scoop of whey with a little syrup and make a nice frosting.

    hmm, that gives me an idea...
    I was referring to the claim that white flour becomes plaster in the GI tract. That's a big WTF right there. White flour breaks down pretty damn quickly considering it's refinement and the strength of digestive juices and enzymes.
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    Sounds like a good Idea to me to add some Whey protein to the Pancakes!

    And if you got some Amino Fuel from Twinlab, you can add some to your Pancakes like honey! mmmmmm.............
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    Originally Posted by superhombre2k
    I was referring to the claim that white flour becomes plaster in the GI tract. That's a big WTF right there. White flour breaks down pretty damn quickly considering it's refinement and the strength of digestive juices and enzymes.
    Maybe so. I'm not a doctor nor a nutritionist, but the fact that white flour makes a plaster in your digestive tract does make sense. Here is an article on BB.com by Dr. David T. Ryan & Damian Stanziano, PhD, CSCS*D:

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drryan27.htm

    From the article listed above:

    "To evidence why starches are bad for you relates to a simple explanation. Your stomach only has so much room, starches take up a great deal of space in the stomach, so eat a lot of bread and you can't eat your meat, vegetables or fruits.

    There is only so much room in the digestive system and one more major problem with starches is that they stop the body's absorption of vitamins and minerals. Now how this occurs is related to the physical nature of starches, they make paste.

    Take meat, fish, vegetables, fruits dry them out, mix them with water and now dry them out, mix them with water again and you will quickly break them down. Take white four, mix it with water and then dry it out. You have made "Plaster of Paris."

    Now try to break it down with water and guess how much water it takes to break it down, over 100 times the amount that it took to make it. This paste is on the insides of many peoples intestine, blocking the normal absorption of nutrients, such as protein.

    Now it isn't likely that chunks of these starches are going to drop out as feces, but you will see a major difference in things if you discontinue your intake of breads, pasta, rice and potatoes. Starches clog up the smaller intestine, making you eat more to satisfy your appetite and forcing your body to absorb more fat and water from the large intestine."
    It's quite an interesting read. I cut white flour out of my diet and have seen a large positive change in energy. I understand that I'm going on information from one source, but even if it isn't true that it makes a plaster, there are many many valid reasons why to cut white flour out of your diet.

    Furthermore, white flour products raise your insulin for hours upon hours.

    Originally Posted by superhombre2k
    White flour breaks down pretty damn quickly considering it's refinement
    "Starches are long - I mean long chains of glucose. (See photo)

    With starches the production of insulin can go on for hours and literally drain the pancreas of insulin stores. This is devastating to your body. The same thing happens if you over eat. The table below shows how eating a piece of candy will spike your insulin.

    Notice how the slice of white bread is similar to the spike, but the duration last for several hours. The same type of reaction occurs when we over eat; our body produces insulin for several hours. This long term production leads to insulin-related health conditions-like obesity."

    Hope this helps!

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    Well for me pancakes are great for a snack meal
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    why not just use a different type of flour then?

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    Talking wheat flour!

    I use wheat flour!
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    I'd heard that using whey in a recipe that involves cooking isn't the best solution--something about the protein denaturing (no, I don't know what that means, but it doesn't sound all that good). I've heard it's better to use an egg-based protein if you're going to be cooking it.

    Anyone else hear about that?
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    Originally Posted by davejlowe
    I'd heard that using whey in a recipe that involves cooking isn't the best solution--something about the protein denaturing (no, I don't know what that means, but it doesn't sound all that good). I've heard it's better to use an egg-based protein if you're going to be cooking it.

    Anyone else hear about that?
    Well it makes sense. I have no evidence to back that up though.

    What I end up doing is mixing 1 scoop with my cottage cheese at night. This gives me a few types of protein to process at night.
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    yeah i'd think cooking it might denature it (i think 78C is the denaturation temperature for the protein)

    mix it with the syrup! mix it with the syrup! then take a giant paint brush and roll that **** on
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    I actually made some protein pancakes today for the first time, here is what i used

    1 cup aunt J wheat pancake mix
    1 cup skim milk
    1 tbsb veg oil
    1 egg
    2 scoop dymatize vanilla
    1 small handfull chocalte chips


    they were pretty damn good , considering it was the first time i tried to make them
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