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  1. Lothene is offline
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    Suggestions of what to eat after training

    On my training days I train from 6-8.30, and by the time I get home (9pm) I want to eat another meal as I usually only have a small meal before training (have to leave work at 4.30 to get there), but I have to be in bed by 10.30 to get a decent night's sleep as I work early. What sort of food would be best?
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    1 cup pineapple, 1 cup papaya, a kiwi, a half-mango, a banana, some honey for flavor, and a cup of lowfat cottage cheese. The pineapple and papaya help digest protein and lower inflammation; the kiwi and mango also help break down proteins. The cottage cheese provides 32g of whey protein. You can make this into a smoothie by removing the cottage cheese and adding whey powder, 10oz of fat free milk, and some ice.
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    I cook vast quantities of food so that I always have some leftovers in the fridge that I can reheat quickly when my schedule is like yours. I also use shakes for a meal on the go, especially breakfast. That allows me to sleep a little longer because 5 hours a night isn't enough anymore.
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    Protien for sure and some veggies or whole grains depending on you. i can't eat many carbs before bed or i have trouble sleeping. chicken and steak can go from frig to plate in like 15 minutes or less. canned beans and veggies take 3 minutes in the microwave.
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    regular any company 30g protien bar under 300 calories, no bannanas too high ph. Mix that with a low calorie protien mix, that is whey/soy with aminos. Take AAKG nictric oxide post workout with half a pill of asprin. after an hour or so eat an apple. Its quick and easy.

    If your going for a bulk stick to heavy meated pizzas and burgers, if you want a clean bulk stick to chicken and sythetics like protien bars and light calorie 28-32g protien shakes.

    take vitamins post workout, your metabolism is high and you will metabolize the nutrients alot more efficiently as well as the vascular system being in full gorge the protien vitamins aminos ect.. will travel farther and faster
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    The cottage cheese provides 32g of whey protein.
    -Sorry to split hairs, but cottage cheese is not whey protein. It's casien.

    I have a protein shake made with fruit juice and unflavored whey protein right after training. After the hour drive home I have a small high quality meal light on carbs mostly good fat and protein.
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    Actually this has kinda been covered:

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...ght=post+shake
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    Eat whoever you just beat up.

    I usually have a protein shake, some yogurt, some fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    -Sorry to split hairs, but cottage cheese is not whey protein. It's casien.

    I have a protein shake made with fruit juice and unflavored whey protein right after training. After the hour drive home I have a small high quality meal light on carbs mostly good fat and protein.

    Casien is a very slow burning protien, during my bulking i would eat about 4oz on 0% fat cottage cheese before bed time. Going to sleep with a good amount of casien will greatly battle catabolic damage during sleep and aid in hgh release and tissue rebuilding during your 3rd stage sleep cycle.
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    I usually get done running at 12:00am. I really shouldn't be eating anything then, right? More so becasue I'll be sleeping in like 2 hours.
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