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When To Drink Protein Shake With Vyvanse
No: No, this is perfectly fine and will provide you with some calories and fluids that you will need after working out. Don't forget to drink plenty of water too. ...Read more
Yes, but no: You can, but you don't want to. All protein drinks are is a bottle of extra calories -- calories that you probably don't need and don't want. Try 3 meals during the day, it's cheaper, tastes better and is much better for you. Protein shakes are metabolized to calories, just like anything else - otherwise you'd end up looking like what you eat. ...Read more
Kids & protein shake: How old is your child and does he or she have any health issue? If your child plays on school sportteams/is not eating well then it may be okay to give protein shakes that do not contain any other junk additives or hormones in the protein powder. Otherwise, it is better to eat protein in its natural form in helathy foods. Too much protein is not good either as the excess turns to fat in the body. ...Read more
No! Really all U need: Is adequate protein intake. This can B done by diet alone on days of Ur heavy workouts increase Ur protein intake shortly thereafter, energy bars, chocolate milk or other protein sources. Yogurts R great a small yogurts have 12gms of protein. A couple of those is all U need. This is above Ur 150gms U need daily. Read food labels 4 protein content, beans & greens 2 ...Read more
I am trying to lose weight. I work out at least 5 times a week. Should I drink a protein shake after every workout?
I'm a 26 year old healthy male. I've recently started drinking a protein shake once a day. I was surprised to find that each serving contains 190% DV of iron. Should I be concerned? Should I stop?
Within 45 mins: A protein shake is the most beneficial to your muscles for rebuilding and recovery within the first 30-45 mins of you working out. If you don't have a high protein intake throughout the day a shake can also help make up for that as your body does need it throughout the day as your body uses it for normal function as well as rebuilding your muscles. ...Read more
I don't think there is any specific scientific reason to take it before or afterwards.
Personally I will have it afterwards.
Lets see if any other physician has any recommendations about this matter. I would like to be educated on it as well. ...Read more
Yes you can:
The body can only put on a limited amount of protein in a day (varies with intake, disease state, etc). Dietary excess of protein requires can cause problems if there is any underlying decrease in kidney function (as may be seen with diabetes, aging, etc), can increase risk for kidney stones, dehydration (unless adequate h2o), liver abn.
Balance studies show 0.8-1.0 gm/kg is plenty in good healt. ...Read more
Ok: Of course you can have a protein shake without working out, but you want to make sure that your total calorie intake during the day does not exceed your calorie expenditure (or you will gain weight) and that you do not take in an excessive amount of protein daily, which is not great for the kidneys. Thank you, ...Read more
Small portions: 5 times a day are usually suggested. ...Read more
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
I have been drinking a 1 protein shake for gaining weight everyday for a month and just realized it has 15g of sugar is that enough to be hurtful?
Can you freeze a whey protein shake and drink it later? Plan to mix it with fruits and so on. Wondering if freezing the whey will do anything to it.
Sure: This is perfectly safe and a way to economize. ...Read more
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Is drinking a regular protein shake before bed going to help heal your muscle or will it convert into fat?
Soccer match at 5:15pm what's a good meal plan for the whole day leading up to the game? And should I drink protein shake before the game?
Game-Day nutrition: The night before the soccer game is the best time to eat a large meal balanced with carbohydrates and protein. Hydrate well the night before, too. On game date eat substantial yet light meals again with complex carbs/protein, but no sooner than 4 hours before your game. Avoid high fat foods like burgers/chips/dairy. A small snack (banana/protein drink) and dilute sports drink 2 hours before. ...Read more
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