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Recently I have been taking Whey Protein after every workout. There are many benefits with taking whey protein but you have to make sure you are taking the right one too.

Often Whey Protein shakes have a lot of sugar and fat to hide the taste. You should try to find a powder whey protein that is low in sugar and low in far that you can add to skim milk. I use Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Double Chocolate flavor. It packs 24 grams of protein in a scoop and only 1.5 grams of fat.

What protein supplements does everyone else us on here if any? Do you use powder usually, how often do you take it?
Wednesday, May 19 2010


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MichaelSwedenberg, Tuesday, December 07 2010 12:39
I've been using the Super Whey Protein 2 lb size from Walmart I now use two scoops in skim meal for both breakfast and lunch. I'll also have an apple. My hunger is satisfied and I've eliminated snacking. After reading Jay11284's comments on added sugar and fat, I may try a different brand. Here are the ingredients: Super Whey Protein Blend (Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate), Super Recovery Blend (Creatine Monohydrate, Taurine, L-Glutamine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine), Natural And Artificial Flavors, Soy Lecithin, Cellulose Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose. Contains Milk And Soy Ingredients. Supplement Facts: 2 Scoops (68G) Servings Size, About 13 Servings Per Container, 270 Calories, 40 Calories From Fat, 4.5G Total Fat 7% Dv, 2G Saturated Fat 10% Dv, 95Mg Cholesterol 32% Dv, 8G Total Carbohydrate 3% Dv, 2G Dietary Fiber 7% Dv, 3G Sugars, 52G Protein 102% Dv, 208Mg Calcium 21% Dv, 180Mg Phosphorus 18% Dv, 64Mg Magnesium 16% Dv, 0.3Mg Zinc 2% Dv, 0.19Mg Copper 10% Dv, 135Mg Sodium 6% Dv, 560Mg Potassium 16% Dv. 1 Scoop (34G) Serving Size, About 27 Servings Per Container, 130 Calories, 20 Calories From Fat, 2G Total Fat 3% Dv, 1G Saturated Fat 5% Dv, 45Mg Cholesterol 16% Dv, 4G Total Carbohydrate 16% Dv, <1G Dietary Fiber 3% Dv, 1G Sugars, 26G Protein 51% Dv, 104Mg Calcium 10% Dv, 0.6Mg Phosphorus 3% Dv, 32Mg Magnesium 8% Dv, 0.15Mg Zinc 1% Dv, 0.09Mg Copper 5% Dv, 70Mg Sodium 3% Dv, 280Mg Potassium 8% Dv. Typical Amino Acid Provide (Milligrams Per 34G Scoop****): Essential Amino Acids: 347Mg Histidine, 1,157Mg Isoleucine, 1,921Mg Leucine, 1,569Mg Lysine, 415Mg Methionine, 625Mg Phenylalanine, 1,258Mg Threonine, 340Mg Tryptophan***, 1,093Mg Valine. Nonessential Amino Acids: 883Mg Alanine, 470Mg Arginine, 2,209Mg Aspartic Acid, 438Mg Cysteine, 2,977Mg Glutamic Acid, 52Mg Glycine, 1,173Mg Proline, 941Mg Serine, 572Mg Tyrosine. ***L-Tryptophan Is Naturally Occurring, Not Added. ****Approximate Values.
DMBjamsto41, Wednesday, May 19 2010 16:35
Whey protein is also good to take on days you don't work out. As your muscles are recovering some protein can help them out. I often drink some at night before doing to bed since my body will be at rest for a long period.
runningislife112, Wednesday, May 19 2010 15:00
Whey protein is also a nice healthy thing to drink after going out for a run. After every run I make sure to have a small scoop of protein with some milk to help recuperate. Also drink plenty of water while working out and after running.