Vitargo with ALA/vanadyl
- 09-29-2006, 05:45 AM
Originally Posted by Gdawg
If you would have taken the same dosage I guess the values would have been some how higher for WMS.
So you did take dextrose and WMS after two separate work out right? Anything else ingested after the dextrose/wms?
- 09-29-2006, 05:55 AM
Originally Posted by dsade
Gdawg, what about the WMS you did the test with?
- 09-29-2006, 07:12 AM
Originally Posted by Gdawg
If not thats propably whats making the difrense asuming the doses of WMS and dextrose is apx equal.
09-29-2006, 08:05 AM
the doses of dextrose and WMS were not even. 75g for dextrose and 37g for WMS. He took almost 2 times more dextrose.Originally Posted by excalibur
09-29-2006, 10:18 AM
I did use the same amount of WMS as I did dextrose.
I did two tests with WMS one mixed with WPI and one seperate from WPI by 15 minutes. I'll just go ahead and copy my original post from the other thread so you can see more detail over what I did.
09-29-2006, 10:20 AM
I've been using this for about two months post-workout but now just finally got around to doing some tests on it with my blood glucose reader. I've been meaning to test this out since I've been hearing that it should bypass the stomache and go to the intestines and not cause such a spike in insulin like dextrose/malto.
I've been taking 78 grams of WMS with 38 grams of WPI for my protocol immediately after training and then consuming a solid meal approximately 1 hour later.
My glucose readings after today's training session are as follows:
Immediately post w/o: 87
15 minutes after shake: 105
30 minutes after shake: 91
60 minutes after shake (before solid meal): 90
Comments: I didn't experience any lightheadedness or anything of that nature assosiated with a crash, but I was feeling very hungry within thirty minutes after the shake though.
My next training session is Friday and I will do the same tests with the only difference being the carb source; dextrose will be the carb choice. I'll report back with the readings to compare.
I went ahead and tried the WMS by itself immediately post workout and then had some whey 15-20 minutes later like was suggested and took some more tests.
Results are below. First column is Wednesday when I mixed the WMS and whey together, second column is today when I took the WMS first and the whey 15 minutes later. The parenthesis represent the difference.
Immediately post w/o: 87 87 (same)
15 minutes after WMS: 105 91 (-14)
30 minutes after WMS: 91 105 (+14)
45 minutes after WMS: none 94
60 minutes after WMS: 90 75 (-15)
I was very suprised by the results. It appears the the WMS actually had a neglible impact on my BG levels and it was most likely the whey that caused the rise. I also thought it was strange that my levels started to come down so much more quickly when I separated the WMS and whey. I never experienced a crashing feeling though I should note. One additional thing I noticed differently was that during the period after ingesting the WMS but before the whey I seemed much more jumpy than I did the other day when they were taken together.
09-29-2006, 10:32 AM
09-29-2006, 10:39 AM
Now we are missing one parameter. Same test with dextrose without WPI.
Sorry for all the holes we've done on your fingers
09-29-2006, 12:19 PM
No worries, if there is anything else you want me to explain further just ask.Originally Posted by Rostam
Anyway, I don't think I want to do another test with dextrose honestly. My stomache didn't handle it well at all yesterday. Most likely because it was the first time in months that I had used dextrose.
09-29-2006, 04:35 PM
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