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JKalery 01-09-2013 04:39 AM

The best protein shakes?
 
Does anyone know what the best protein is to take? I have been looking online to figure out what the best one for me is and I found this website and it has a review of the top ten proteins. Anyone recommend me one of these?

01gt4.6 01-09-2013 04:55 AM

What type of protein are you looking for... whey, casein, egg?? Why are you looking for a protein supplement?

JKalery 01-09-2013 05:00 AM

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Originally Posted by 01gt4.6 (Post 93988)
What type of protein are you looking for... whey, casein, egg?? Why are you looking for a protein supplement?

I don't know which type of protein. I go to the gym regularly to stay in shape.

01gt4.6 01-09-2013 06:45 AM

If you are looking for a post workout, fast digesting, get a good whey. Most people swear my Optimum Nutrition. I have a 5 pound jug of it and I hate it. It's clumpy when it mixes. GNC Wheybolic is good, but expensive. Out of all that I've tried, I prefer MGN (muscle gauge nutrition) it's cheap, tastes great and mixes well.

If you want a slow digesting, get a casein and drink it before bedtime.

JimmyJonny 01-10-2013 12:37 AM

You always have the option to just eat healthy if you want. I stopped throwing money out the window a long time ago. I eat 1-1.5g per body pound everyday no problem.

There only reason I would use it is if I didnt have time to eat. Its a supplement, but the industry wants you to think its a necessity to build muscle. The main thing you wanna watch is the cholesterol, some are loaded. Just remember that Whey is just another refined product, I avoid it.

01gt4.6 01-10-2013 01:23 AM

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Originally Posted by JimmyJonny (Post 94071)
You always have the option to just eat healthy if you want. I stopped throwing money out the window a long time ago. I eat 1-1.5g per body pound everyday no problem.

There only reason I would use it is if I didnt have time to eat. Its a supplement, but the industry wants you to think its a necessity to build muscle. The main thing you wanna watch is the cholesterol, some are loaded. Just remember that Whey is just another refined product, I avoid it.

I agree. That's actually why I was asking why he was looking for a protein supplement.


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