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Heartburn After Drinking Whey Protein Shakes
Either: The whey protein shake likely has more protein, depending on how much is added. Base your decision on the nutrients and what you are looking for- which has more protein? Number of fat grams? Amount of simple sugars? Does the shake have added vitamins and minerals? What tastes the best? Both sound like reasonable recovery drinks. ...Read more
Yes: These would not pose any health risk for your child. ...Read more
Of course: Protein shakes are an unnecessary modern invention. Humans have been gaining muscle for thousands of years, with no protein shakes. A balanced healthy diet of natural foods is good enough for gaining muscle. If one wants to throw a meal into a blender to turn it into a shake, that's fine to do... but buying powders and supplements to make shakes will just use up hard-earned dollars. ...Read more
If not allergic : If neither the mom or the child have a soy allergy there should be no problem. If the infant seems to be uncomfortable with feeding, has excessive gas or other gastrointestinal symptoms it may need to be removed from the diet. Soy protein is one that can trigger allergic symptoms in some people. ...Read more
Best taken separate: Amino acids compete for absorption with one another. Thus, if you take them at the same time as whey protein they will be somewhat less well-absorbed than if taken separately. I would advise taking them at least one hour apart from each other, but it probably doesn't matter which you take first. I advise whey from grass-fed cows processed at low temperature for maximum benefit. ...Read more
I drink muscletech phase8 whey protein beside workout to gain muscle.but feel dizzy after drink in the morning after wake up. It contain 0 sugar?
Hard to say: Are you working out before or after taking Muscletech? It may be exactly the low carbohydrate count and working out that is causing dizziness. maybe its the lack of carbs with exercise that is using up all of your glycogen stores and this will cause dizziness due to lack of energy source to brain. or maybe its's just one of the ingredients in the mixture. change it up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why, not whey: Why are you taking whey protein? What is the problem you think you have and what do you think whey protein is going to do to improve it? How are you going to measure that improvement? Eating extra calories can't help weight loss, no matter what it is. Save your money. Don't get your medical inforation from friends, tv and the internet. ...Read more
Possibly: Remember, nutrition is more than just about protein. You need proper balances of many minerals and nutrients in the proper dosages. Speak to your physician or ask a sports nutritionist. In the meantime, i'd choose a multi-nutritional drink such as ensure or boost to provide you with the necessary nutrients you need if you cannot eat properly. Your dentist may also help. ...Read more
❤ palpitations after eating a healthy vegan meal. Very obese, i drink veg/green smoothies for bkfst & lunch, no trouble until my full meal at dinner.
Might be normal issu: Random palpitations can be a normal issue if they happen from time to time or if you are taking in stimulants like coffee, alcohol, tobacco or over-the-counter medications such as pseudoephedrine, which is found in cold preparations and some herbal medications, including ma huang. So it might be something in the smoothies, try removing one ingredient everyday and see if it comes back. ...Read more
Probably not.: Make sure you hydrate well and have a balanced diet otherwise. Always have caution with any supplements you take... The supplement industry is not regulated like how it is for other otc medications like tylenol (acetaminophen) and Motrin and the safety and ingredients are often suspect. ...Read more
Allergies : Looks like you're allergic to one of the ingredients in the power bars. Try different brand or different formulation. Do not keep eating the bars that are causing the symptoms. ...Read more
What is better whey protein or rice protein powder? I heard whey protein has heavy metals in it... Any advice?
Are whey protein isolate powders safe to drink if I drink lots of water with it?
1.4 liters - 2 liters a day of water, 1 protein shake after gym.
Probably.: Protein shakes can be problematic for people with kidney problems or who don't stay well hydrated. So long as your urine is light in color or clear, and you tolerate the drink (no gut symptoms of allergy or intolerance), it's unlikely to harm you. Be careful of calorie content in your shake, though; some are surprisingly high in unnecessary sugars. ...Read more
What is the best unflavored protein powder after having gastric sleeve? One example GNC whey protein.
One of the best...: Hard to say one is the very best, but i advise whey from grass fed-cows not given hormones or antibiotics processed at low temperature so the immunoglobulins ; other proteins are not denatured. My favorite is whey cool by designs for health: http://www.Rockwellnutrition.Com/p-designs-for-health-whey-cool-vanilla-organic-whey-protein also consider hemp protein powder, . ...Read more
Yes: You probably each enough protein and these shakes are calories ; make you fat. You're going to need to diet and be hungry for a fair part of each day, and not "reward yourself with food." you'll need to do some serious aerobic exercise. As you lose most of your body fat, start developing your abdominal muscles. Especially, don't neglect exercises like cable pull-downs for heavy resistance. ...Read more
Does drinking a whey protein shake and taking a b-12 vitamin help promote better matabolism for weight loss?
NO: Both are a waste of time and money. Why would taking in extra calories with a shake help you lose weight, which is dependent upon burning off calories you don't take in? Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. B-12 only helps if you're low, and is by injection. ...Read more
Maybe...: There's more to milk than just lactose. Intolerance to milk may include problems with milk proteins or even with processing the fat component of milk. If your problem resolves with concomittant use of lactase enzyme when eating the same milk products (that cause gas & diarrhea in the absence of lactase) then lactose intolerance is likely. More elegant lactose intolerance testing is available too. ...Read more
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