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    I mix soy with other types of protein, depends if its morning day or night ....

    I buy from P.C.

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    PC?
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    Originally posted by Havok
    PC?
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    www.proteincustomizer.com

     
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    ohhh duh
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    Originally posted by Havok
    ohhh duh
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    HAHA, LOL
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    casein+cold filtered whey isolate+super bovine serum+strawberry acidophilus+orange metamucil= yummy...
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    after reading the article from robertthoburn about the body's digestion of protein being to slow for the quick absorbtion of whey as post workout to be completely effective i came up with this......


    my meatabolism is sluggish anyway so why not slowly sip a pure whey shake DURING your workout rather than skulling it down as post w/o.
    then it would be entering slower into your system and possibly be more useful as this is a critical time for aminos to be present in your system. maybe even have some digestive enzymes to help it.

    then have a slower absorbing protein as post w/o. the recovery process would already be underway during the w/o so the importance of post w/o would be lessoned slightly.

    i'm no expert though. just trying to make sense from all of this.

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    What exactly is the difference between an isolate and a concentrate? I thought isolates are absorbed faster, but what exactly is the difference? (I'm wondering why estrogen is not an issue in soy isolate).
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    proteinfactory.com says that the isoflavones in so actually reduce estrogen by blocking receptor sites?
  

  
 

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