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Unread 12-25-2013, 10:19 AM
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Default Whey Protein with Milk vs Water

Flame-war of taking whey supplement: Milk vs Water.
The bro-science says that taking it with milk will slowdown whey absorption.

There's some evidence to support this claim?.

My guess is that it doesn't even matter dying in that detail level. But I'm just curious.
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Unread 12-25-2013, 11:16 AM
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My guess is that it doesn't even matter dying in that detail level. But I'm just curious.
I hate dying in that detail level. No bonus round.

Milk has growth hormones and stuff I think, plus it's delicious and made for strong Aryan babies. Drink your milk.
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Unread 12-25-2013, 12:10 PM
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Growth hormones?, could you be more specific?
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Unread 12-25-2013, 12:46 PM
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Flame-war of taking whey supplement: Milk vs Water.
The bro-science says that taking it with milk will slowdown whey absorption.

There's some evidence to support this claim?.

My guess is that it doesn't even matter dying in that detail level. But I'm just curious.

The answer is yes, diluted in water, whey would be absorbed faster than in milk. How much faster would depend on what type of milk: full fat milk would be slower b/c of fats. Skim milk would be faster than full fat milk but less than water. Milk is mixture of casein and whey protein so the casein will slow down absorption faster than having just pure whey with water.

Irrevlevant details of course.
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Unread 12-25-2013, 02:38 PM
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The more important question is whether fast digestion speed of protein actually matters. I gather that it doesn't, except maybe in the context of having protein immediately before or during a workout (fast MIGHT be better, so you don't puke).

If fast digestion of protein is not important, then the "debate" of this thread is even less important.
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Unread 12-25-2013, 09:12 PM
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The more important question is whether fast digestion speed of protein actually matters. I gather that it doesn't, except maybe in the context of having protein immediately before or during a workout (fast MIGHT be better, so you don't puke).

If fast digestion of protein is not important, then the "debate" of this thread is even less important.
http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nut...stion-pt1.html

Read the entire series.
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Unread 12-26-2013, 05:38 AM
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That pretty much is what I said. Rapid digestion speed - useful pre and during workout, at least from a digestive standpoint. Not crucial or necessary post workout.
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Unread 12-27-2013, 10:23 AM
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OP, you should read the full series of the link posted along with the Milk study linked in the series. My take away after reading all of those a while back was, if I take a protein powder it is some form of Milk Protein (mix of whey and casein), I drink milk and eat meat.
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Unread 12-27-2013, 11:19 PM
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I was expecting maybe some scientific references (or at least opinions from qualified people) to support claims about change in speed of digestion when using milk or water.

I know that maybe doesn't exists a paper that discusses this... but I prefer asking insted of assuming.
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Unread 12-28-2013, 03:19 AM
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I was expecting maybe some scientific references (or at least opinions from qualified people) to support claims about change in speed of digestion when using milk or water.

I know that maybe doesn't exists a paper that discusses this... but I prefer asking insted of assuming.
What I wrote is correct. Mixing whey with milk will digest slower than mixed with water but its highly irrelevant. Judging by this post and the other thread, you seem to focused on irrelevant details that don't matter much.

Feel free to use Medline though to look up studies for either of your question or just trust what Lyle wrote in the main site articles I linked.
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