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Isopure Vs Whey Protein
Is this ok to drink this during colonoscopy prep? Low Blood sugar
Isopure coconut water the only completely clear whey protein when dissolved in water
... clear liquids ..: Prior to colonoscopy 24 h regimen is clear liquids only, no red colors. Any dairy or protein drink are out of this recommendation . During prep drinking ...,apple juice is permitted - in case of diabetes can provide glucose if hypoglycemia . If you have special needs - consult w Gastroenterologist before procedure. . . ...Read more
Hola doctor ! can you suggest me a brand of body building supplement with best results and no side effects ? Want to buy whey protein.
What is the role of the BCAA and glutamine present in whey protein ? what is the special about whey protein ?why dont we replace the whey by n food?
Amino acids: Branched chain amino acids are essential AA and are added to whey products to make the whey product more complete. Same for glutamine. Glutamine also is a known promoter of immune health in GI tissue and it high doses on an empty stomach, can stimulate growth hormone release a bit. So, the producers are aiming to amplify "value" of their product. Whey is naturally derived - so is healthy itself. ...Read more
Is whey protein is good for fat loss if we include it once dialy it's increase protein output n cause loss of fat because I can't eat meats I'm vegge ?
Healthy diet - whey: Yes, whey is an excellent source of protein. However, don't expect miracles just by adding it to your diet. You need a concerted approach with diet, exercise including weight training, and avoidance of certain pitfalls (binge eating, alcohol, junk food) to try and lose body fat. Eat more calories in the a.m., less at night too. A study showed you can eat the same amount, but different times =loss. ...Read more
Bioavailability: Whey protein (especially the hydrosylate and isolate processed variants) contain abundant amounts of branched chain Amino Acids in proportions compatible with the human body's needs. These serve as potent stimulators of protein synthesis and tend to be more bioavailable than traditional sources of protein (beans, legumes, etc. This is one of the reasons they're utilized by nutrition enthusiasts. ...Read more
No: Eating protein does not cause hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). If one is getting what he thinks are hypoglycemia symptoms, a primary care doctor can check it out to see if there is actual low blood sugar, or just symptoms similar to that of low blood sugar. On the other hand, what is being mixed with the whey protein? A smoothie with a lot of sugar may lead to hypoglycemia symptoms some time later. ...Read more
It isn't that:
It is a low fat protein source. The problem with muscle and dieting is that without barbell-like exercise, people tend to lose muscle more than fat. Diet doesn't help. Weight training prevents this.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1775472781/devils-diet is an entertaining source of much info. ...Read more
Whey protein can: help weight gain but not significantly. Please look at the whole picture and make sure you are eating nutritious foods such as fruits and vegetables. Exercise can promote muscle mass. I see from your history that you use stool softeners and prune juice. Please see your doc for possible GI issues. Diagnos-techs lab in WA state has a good GI panel. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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