Best Post Workout Drink without Dairy

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  1. Best Post Workout Drink without Dairy


    Folks,

    I've tried Gaspari Intrapro, Myofusion, Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey, and then a various number of other uk bulk suppliers of Whey isolates, concentrates and blends. With whey coming from dairy it has lactose in it, which causes me bloating and I look a lot heavier .

    I've come to a point where I know the current whey i have tried, doesn't suit me.

    Has anyone come up with a decent post workout drink that doesn't contain any dairy? Either one they've purchased or made

    I might look for only a BCAA drink to take post training. Anyone highly recommend one?

    Thanks


  2. bcaa in postWO timeframe is good..dunno if I would replace protein intake in this timeframe with it tho

    there are many straight isolates that contain no lactose, stop looking at blends if this your goal

    barring that: simply have a can of tuna for your postWO protein..problem solved
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  3. either eat instead of relying on powder. or get a pure isolate instead of all those blends. optimum makes a pure isolate, but i think its only sold at costco. its called performance whey isolate if you wanna look for it. 5lb for $62 at cstco

  4. I believe ABB Recovery Maxx is dairy free.

    maybe try that, its a RTD. and will give you carbs and protein, if you cant get a post meal right away.
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  5. For what its worth, I'm sensitive to lactose to the point that even the whey hydrolysate in Iforce's Compete or the "40%" component of Trutein would give me bloating/pain.

    I've been using TruNutrition's Iso-Ology as my go-to isolate and have had no issues to speak of.
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  6. Why not just eat a meal?

  7. Meal
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  8. Meal.
    Have the biggest meal of the day which should include 60-80% of your carbs.....some protein is good after your workout, but you need tons or varied carbs...

  9. Quote Originally Posted by bakerwil View Post
    Meal.
    Have the biggest meal of the day which should include 60-80% of your carbs.....some protein is good after your workout, but you need tons or varied carbs...
    lol wut?

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Rhadam View Post
    lol wut?
    What's funny Dude, please share?

  11. Quote Originally Posted by bakerwil View Post
    What's funny Dude, please share?
    he always has an odd way of disagreeing with ppl
    no worries..but as for the point of the post, if this is your preference fine, but not something that is generally recognized to be true
    postWO timeframe is very vaild time for protein intake; in fact most would call this essential
    as for carbs: sure this would probably be most beneficial time for consumption of carbs - but breakfast and preWO meals are also valid timeframes as well..lastly, saying you need "tons of varied carbs" is erroneous, period; some find it preferable to get a nice mixture of majority simple carbs to more complex carbs in this timeframe, but again there is nothing set in stone on this..quantity large at this juncture, can still be made a case that this is extreme and will lead to fat gain - the body has a certain point of rejection to adipose, even in these timeframes
    many carb sources will work for postWO - currently in prep, I eat raisin bran
    (in before I hear about fiber content in postWO timeframe)
    works for me just fine

  12. I agree with the notion of eating an actual meal. If this is not what you are looking for or you find it hard to consume a pure isolate protein product should pose no issues being as almost all pure isolates are lactose free from what i have seen.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    he always has an odd way of disagreeing with ppl
    no worries..but as for the point of the post, if this is your preference fine, but not something that is generally recognized to be true
    postWO timeframe is very vaild time for protein intake; in fact most would call this essential
    as for carbs: sure this would probably be most beneficial time for consumption of carbs - but breakfast and preWO meals are also valid timeframes as well..lastly, saying you need "tons of varied carbs" is erroneous, period; some find it preferable to get a nice mixture of majority simple carbs to more complex carbs in this timeframe, but again there is nothing set in stone on this..quantity large at this juncture, can still be made a case that this is extreme and will lead to fat gain - the body has a certain point of rejection to adipose, even in these timeframes
    many carb sources will work for postWO - currently in prep, I eat raisin bran
    (in before I hear about fiber content in postWO timeframe)
    works for me just fine
    I completely agree that it is time for protein intake - just as I had said? I feel (and I think everyone else does) that carbs s/b the focus PWO - not protein. After years of eating, that's what works for me. 'tons of varied carbs' ...ya, just like you said a nice mixture of simple and complex carbs....another way of saying the same thing I said....

  15. Quote Originally Posted by bakerwil View Post
    I completely agree that it is time for protein intake - just as I had said? I feel (and I think everyone else does) that carbs s/b the focus PWO - not protein. After years of eating, that's what works for me. 'tons of varied carbs' ...ya, just like you said a nice mixture of simple and complex carbs....another way of saying the same thing I said....
    "some" protein I guess could be read relatively speaking..some to me, is ~20g, some to you may be more..i like more than this postWO
    same with "tons of carbs", tons meaning a crapload, and combined with your rec of 60-80% of your daily amount would lead me to believe a quite substantial portion.. I would read this as you referring to at least 100-150g (or more even)..may not be everyone's goal or desire - certainly not mine, specifically

    all in how we interpret I guess..there is a faction of ppl, who would poo-poo the whole idea of relevance of this large postWO structure, at all..many different ways to view it

  16. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    "some" protein I guess could be read relatively speaking..some to me, is ~20g, some to you may be more..i like more than this postWO
    same with "tons of carbs", tons meaning a crapload, and combined with your rec of 60-80% of your daily amount would lead me to believe a quite substantial portion.. I would read this as you referring to at least 100-150g (or more even)..may not be everyone's goal or desire - certainly not mine, specifically

    all in how we interpret I guess..there is a faction of ppl, who would poo-poo the whole idea of relevance of this large postWO structure, at all..many different ways to view it
    Agreed, 20g protein is a good amount to hit

  17. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    "some" protein I guess could be read relatively speaking..some to me, is ~20g, some to you may be more..i like more than this postWO
    same with "tons of carbs", tons meaning a crapload, and combined with your rec of 60-80% of your daily amount would lead me to believe a quite substantial portion.. I would read this as you referring to at least 100-150g (or more even)..may not be everyone's goal or desire - certainly not mine, specifically

    all in how we interpret I guess..there is a faction of ppl, who would poo-poo the whole idea of relevance of this large postWO structure, at all..many different ways to view it
    Cool, thanks...

  18. I would always lean to eating a meal. I am a fan of a peri nutrition which essentially is whole food postWO. Though understandable that it is not always feasible to do this as you might be on the go. iForce just came out with Isotean which is an isolate. I use it mostly on the weekends when my schedule seems to be a little bit tighter and a whole meal doesn't work for me.
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  19. Pure isolates are great for most people... but have you tried pea protein? AI Sports makes one that's a pea protein / rice protein mix. Maybe it'll work better for you.

  20. I am now trying All Max Nutrition Isolfex straight away after training. 30 to 60 minutes after, I take a meal.

    Appreciate all the responses, thanks.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Jas View Post
    I am now trying All Max Nutrition Isolfex straight away after training. 30 to 60 minutes after, I take a meal.

    Appreciate all the responses, thanks.

    You must be loaded!. That stuff is extremely expensive. Granted it's quality stuff, but it's something like $80 plus shipping for 5 pounds!.

  22. SAN Raw Fusion is another choice.

  23. Egg protein has as much BCAA content as whey, consider giving that a try.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Egg protein has as much BCAA content as whey, consider giving that a try.
    I've never tried it alone, have you? Heard the taste can be hard to mask.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Egg protein has as much BCAA content as whey, consider giving that a try.
    well..considering the issue and aim behind taking egg in place of whey is not higher bcaa content, this post would seem to be very inconsequential
    egg gives a different amino profile than does whey, pure and simple..there is a faction of belief that when you get down to finite basics, a better-balanced amino profile - from multiple sources - is better and more effective than one simple source alone
    but since you seem to think all aminos are the same, perhaps you don't grasp or embrace that concept


    Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    I've never tried it alone, have you? Heard the taste can be hard to mask.
    it is - can have all the flavoring in the world, does not matter..a different taste, and a different thicker texture

  26. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    it is - can have all the flavoring in the world, does not matter..a different taste, and a different thicker texture
    Interesting. I've never had the desire to try it because I have no issues with lactose. Maybe some day I'll try a sample for sh!ts and gigs.

  27. Quote Originally Posted by snagencyV2.0 View Post
    well..considering the issue and aim behind taking egg in place of whey is not higher bcaa content, this post would seem to be very inconsequential
    egg gives a different amino profile than does whey, pure and simple..there is a faction of belief that when you get down to finite basics, a better-balanced amino profile - from multiple sources - is better and more effective than one simple source alone
    but since you seem to think all aminos are the same, perhaps you don't grasp or embrace that concept
    When have I ever said amino acid profile doesn't matter? I said a given free form amino acid source, with the same profile doesn't matter.

    E.g. If your free form SAA product and free form amino acids from another source are consumed in the exact same ratio, with no active peptides involved, the exact same effects will be observed.

    But since we're resorting to personal attacks (again), lets just get this out of the way: What you don't seem to grasp is literally anything to do with science whatsoever, as your history of commentary in this industry clearly demonstrates. I strongly suggest you cease addressing me in threads, because while your arrogant bull**** might get other people to leave you alone because they don't want to deal with your rage or threats to rape them, I have no issue confronting you.

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    Back on topic:

    The amino acid profile of various non-dairy protein sources is generally inferior for muscle-building purposes.
    Egg however, while being more expensive than other non-dairy protein still has the same BCAA levels as dairy-derived protein products.
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by aaronuconn View Post
    I've never tried it alone, have you? Heard the taste can be hard to mask.
    I have, it's not great, but for people with severe dairy sensitivity it's a great option.

    Unfortunately, the market for that is much smaller than the broader protein market, so less focus is given on it and making it taste as good as some of the excellent flavoring done on whey.
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    But since we're resorting to personal attacks (again), lets just get this out of the way: What you don't seem to grasp is literally anything to do with science whatsoever, as your history of commentary in this industry clearly demonstrates. I strongly suggest you cease addressing me in threads, because while your arrogant bull**** might get other people to leave you alone because they don't want to deal with your rage or threats to rape them, I have no issue confronting you.
    lqtm

    and you accuse me of personal attacks:
    really buddy, how old are you? quite juvenile
    you made a post suggesting whey in place of egg, specifying same bcaa content
    my .02 is, you miss the point entirely of why someone takes egg to begin with

    always intent on starting shyte, aren't you?
    sheesh..no worries on ignoring you, i'll let you run rampant with your chosen mentality
    you take care

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