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    rugger4 is offline New Member
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    best night time protein?

    hey i was wondering what you guys would reccomend as far as a before bed protein. taste not so much a concern, price somewhat of a concern

    Thanks

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    ribs, they'll put you right to sleep. Sorry, I jsut watched Chapelle Show

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    Micellar casein. Turkey is also good and contains tryptophan to help you fall asleep.

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    cottage cheese

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    I eat cottage cheese for dinner...with salt and pepper

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    Manchowder.

    Packed with protein. It works wonders for my girlfriend. Or at least I think it does. I always sleep better when she's done anyway.

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    any slow releasing protein.... cottage cheese and casein is a perfect combination.. and is not too heavy on your stomach dat may be uncomfortable while sleepin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squatman51
    I eat cottage cheese for dinner...with salt and pepper
    lmao

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    I have the VPX Micellean, it say its suppose to last upto 7 hours of sustained release protien while sleeping, and that it forms a gel in your stomach to stop you from craving food as much at night time. Honestly, i thihnk this shit sucks after using it for 2 weeks. Im starving all the time, and wake up with stomach cramps for being hungry. and i eat everything i ****ing can/want. Theirs a better casien protien out thats cheaper. I think im going to use this stuff called Probolic. It suppose to be better, and i think it releases protien for up to 12 hours. Its also cheaper by like 15$!!!

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    You have to realize that those claims are exaggerated. By both companies. Micellar protein will form a sort of 'gel' in your stomach which will slow digestion, but not for as long as they claim. They are making claims that are exactly what you would want to hear for a bedtime protein. If the protein really lasted for 8-12 hours, you would only need to take 3 shakes a day to constantly be anabolic . Which isn't the case in reality.

    I agree that micellean by VPX sucks, sh!tty flavors and it goes does feeling very granulated, almost like sand would feel i imagine. You should check out TrueProtein.com and make your own custom protein for before bed.

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    I just bought ON's Micellar Cassein and it is pretty good. It is really really thick, reminds me of a Mioplex MR. I would recommend it though, I dont wake up hungry, and would assume that because it is 100% cassein, it is just as good as any other slow digesting protein. It set me back about $24

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