So for the last 2 weeks I have been going to the GYM time allowing almost every day. I am sore but not like I used to be before I gave up gluten. When I tried to exercise I was always wiped out the next day and took a long time to recover.
I am also taking soy protein with Vitamins, and BCAA (branch Chained Amino Acids) which help a lot.
The bottom line is I notice a big difference in my recovery time being gluten free.
I started a low carb ketogenic diet with no wheat 2 weeks ago. Within two days I felt a huge surge in energy levels. Not sure if it's due to the lower levels in carb and higher intake of green veggies, fruits, and proteins or the reduction of wheat. Maybe it's both, but that's been my experience so far and I feel great.
I didn't notice any significant difference in energy but I haven't had alcohol for three weeks either do was feeling quite good anyway .
What I did notice though is when I ate some normal bread it zapped all my energy in minutes. I tried this a few times and now I don't really want to eat normal bread .
Ah understandable. Brown rice protein perhaps? I hear it tastes like crap though.
If it's whey protein isolate, the lactose should all be removed. I'm lactose intolerant and couldn't have whey, but whey protein is not a problem -- I have it every day in a protein shake (made with coconut milk beverage instead of a dairy base); no sign of the rather distinct symptoms of lactose intolerance.
1/233 maybe has a celiac problem. this is the "lactose intolerant" of the 90s equivalent.
bro science abounds. you see "adrenal fatigue" garbage associated with this. "low T" twaddlenockery. *barf*