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Post workout protein source doesn't matter much...

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Post-Workout Protein Supplementation: Speed & Source Don't Matter for Real-World Size & Strength Gains - Really? - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

"Well, that's at least what a cursory analysis of the results of two new studies suggests. Together, they can be used to argue quite convincingly that neither the protein source (beef, chicken or whey | Sharp 2017), nor the ratio of fast (whey) vs. slow (casein) proteins (Fabre 2017) will have a meaningful effect on the only relevant study outcome: your real-world gains."


Been saying this for years and getting flamed.
 

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Post-Workout Protein Supplementation: Speed & Source Don't Matter for Real-World Size & Strength Gains - Really? - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone

"Well, that's at least what a cursory analysis of the results of two new studies suggests. Together, they can be used to argue quite convincingly that neither the protein source (beef, chicken or whey | Sharp 2017), nor the ratio of fast (whey) vs. slow (casein) proteins (Fabre 2017) will have a meaningful effect on the only relevant study outcome: your real-world gains."


Been saying this for years and getting flamed.

and u still will get flamed. cuz they'll say they "feel" what they do works better somehow. and "feeling" and "believing" are real, while "knowing" and "facts" are bullshit.
i mix a bit o' whey with milk and oatmeal and eat some chicken and a banana after my weight days.
 

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I can't access the Fabre article to check the data due to a paywall. The abstract does seem to indicate plasma amino acid levels increased fastest from "fast protein." Unfortunately, it is not apparent what was used besides "milk soluble proteins." One might infer this was whey concentrate.

Keep in mind, this was only a 9 week period. Would this increased rate of plasma amino acids become more significant if the study duration was increased? What if whey isolate was used? How about hydrolyzed protein? Would just essential amino acids demonstrate different results?

It's interesting literature but one must extrapolate significantly to argue post-exercise protein source has no significance.
 

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John Meadows probably would disagree. Also, Jeff Nippard did a good vid about taking whey pre and post. I will always eat 60-120 minutes preworkout with at least 30g of complete protein and I will always get some sort of fast acting protein in my by the time
I'm in my car, in addition to fast carbs if not on prep or cutting. Such as cereal low in fiber.


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I think people use protein powder mostly for convenience. Post workout it's much easier to slam a shake then cook and eat a chicken breast.
 

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as long as its complete......probably don't matter..
 

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I like food after I train

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I completely agree, as long as preworkout nutrition is in place. I believe it's the entirety of the diet that is most vital.

Thanks for sharing!
 

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I've used whey isolate, and just scrambled some egg whites when i didn't want a shake. Didn't really make a difference as long as proper amount of carbs were in place.

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