I usually have 2 fillet fish with a cup of broccoli 30-45 minutes before bed. I was wondering if I took a Protein shake/casein/Time released, would it make a difference between a shake and whole food, and if anyone else does this?
A rich EFA fish fillet and broccoli is one of the best pre bed meals you could take in. Most people that take in casein shakes before bed for ease/taste (I personally don't like fish too much so I just throw down some cc flax and broccoli but same principle.) Also when you say make a difference do you mean in gaining muscle or loosing fat? both?
Whole foods are preferential 99% of the time, and this subject falls into that category.
Agree with OCC - stick with what you have. That's a darn good meal.
Cool sounds good. I was gonna get Dymatize elite protein because it was time released...
Ya forgot to add I also take down a tablespoon of flax oil with my last meal and to answer OCC I guess it's for both. Obviously to gain muscle with little fat as possible.
Just make a fish shake....
On a serious note I doubt your meal vs a shake is going to make a huge difference, the only thing I ever notice is that I usually get some energy after eating a meal, but with a shake i really don't.
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I have 4 whole O3 eggs, tobasco, sea salt and a shake
The fish shake sounds good pmiller I've made a tuna, orange juice and olive oil shake before What about fish with whey sauce?
What kind of fish do you have?
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Dont forget the cottage cheese! Before bed, thats a champ.
I eat 1/2lb. 93% lean ground beef before bed. How does that fair against other foods?
When you guys eat at night, as opposed to drinking a shake, do you notice you have a hard time getting to sleep.
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^ I prepared my last round of ground beef patties with a few eggs mixed in before throwing them on the grill. Good stuff.
I don't have any trouble sleeping after eating, but it's not like I'm gorging either.