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post #16 of 27 Old 07-04-2013, 04:25 PM
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Alot of people like to ingest Casein before they go to bed to keep the body from entering a Catabolic state, to keep the body metabolizing thoroughly the night. A cup of cottage cheese is a great source of casein. Personally I would still eat it at least an hour before sleeping. Again, your body is going to be trying to digest while it sleeps. Experiment with it and see how rested you feel, how much you wake during the night and how much you remember dreaming. Deeper sleep means more dreaming.

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post #17 of 27 Old 07-04-2013, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Alot of people like to ingest Casein before they go to bed to keep the body from entering a Catabolic state, to keep the body metabolizing thoroughly the night. A cup of cottage cheese is a great source of casein. Personally I would still eat it at least an hour before sleeping. Again, your body is going to be trying to digest while it sleeps. Experiment with it and see how rested you feel, how much you wake during the night and how much you remember dreaming. Deeper sleep means more dreaming.
Thanks lately with work I feel as if my sleep has gotten more rich. I recall my dreams a lot more. You seam like you know your stuff can I ask what supplements you use? I my self like ON
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Thanks lately with work I feel as if my sleep has gotten more rich. I recall my dreams a lot more. You seam like you know your stuff can I ask what supplements you use? I my self like ON
I'm not to big on using supplements. I use muscle milk protein shakes, UDOs omega 3-6-9, and Green Max powder for my veggies
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Muscle milk is so high in metals I heard thats horrible for you
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post #20 of 27 Old 07-05-2013, 08:16 AM
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Don't forget dreams are affected by your food too. Not to mention if you remember dreaming is about when you woke up, not the amount of restfulness of your sleep.

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this is from my workout thread. Now mind you I don't always stick exactly to this workout. I will substitute different things here or there, add a lift at the end because I'm not worn down yet etc. But also diet is extremely important and my diet plan is in this too. I weighed myself this morning (empty stomach and dehydrated and empty bladder lol) and I'm up to 167. I still allow for a pound variance in my weight because of other factors like hydration, poop etc so I'm taking going from 164 to 167 as more likely gain of 1.5-2 lbs.
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Why do you stay away from coffee? Coffee is calorie and fat free and the caffeine promotes blood flow and increases metabolism.

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Muscle milk is so high in metals I heard thats horrible for you
I haven't read that about muscle milk but I will look into that.
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Don't forget dreams are affected by your food too. Not to mention if you remember dreaming is about when you woke up, not the amount of restfulness of your sleep.
I was going to take it and I looked into it and on the information I found another one.
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post #24 of 27 Old 07-05-2013, 03:10 PM
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Why do you stay away from coffee? Coffee is calorie and fat free and the caffeine promotes blood flow and increases metabolism.
I personally don't drink much coffee because it causes you to retain a lot of water instead of pushing it through your system. If your striving for a chiseled midsection, coffee can work against you.
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I personally don't drink much coffee because it causes you to retain a lot of water instead of pushing it through your system. If your striving for a chiseled midsection, coffee can work against you.
Coffee is actually a diuretic because your body can't store caffeine so it is quickly removed from the body by urine or defecation, so this info is false.

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post #26 of 27 Old 07-05-2013, 03:42 PM
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Coffee is empty calories into your system. Not to mention dehydration and helps encourage caffeine dependency. Once I'm rehydrated from the night I have just as much energy as coffee, without the negative effective. So cost vs benefit. Really, for me there is no benefit for coffee.

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All I use is ON 100% whey. Fish Oil a multivitamin
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