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    Protein source that starves muscle

    After you lift, you need quicker nutrition. So could you negatively impact your recovery by eating too much fat with your meal right after training? Ex, beef, nut butters, etc.

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    In a word - no.

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    are you living in a 3rd world country where you don't get enough nutrition? of course not. 99% of this forum lives in places where we already get too much

    for us the best way to recover muscles after a workout is REST. you can either:

    A: go do construction for 8 hours
    B: go eat a buffet meal
    C: go take a nap or get a quality 8 hour sleep at night

    obviously C is going to be the best for recovery. every animal on earth sleeps to recover and repair. even fish do it
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    A healthy meal post workout about an hour or two. don't go eat fast food

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabronie View Post
    After you lift, you need quicker nutrition. So could you negatively impact your recovery by eating too much fat with your meal right after training? Ex, beef, nut butters, etc.


    Whey protein drink is the best you can have post-workout, that and maybe a big scoops on BCAAs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesmi View Post
    are you living in a 3rd world country where you don't get enough nutrition? of course not. 99% of this forum lives in places where we already get too much

    for us the best way to recover muscles after a workout is REST. you can either:

    A: go do construction for 8 hours
    B: go eat a buffet meal
    C: go take a nap or get a quality 8 hour sleep at night

    obviously C is going to be the best for recovery. every animal on earth sleeps to recover and repair. even fish do it
    Yeah true, but wasn't sure if fat would slow down the process of getting protein to the broken down muscle, and hindering progress. Everyone talks about, quick carbs, quick protein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabronie View Post
    Yeah true, but wasn't sure if fat would slow down the process of getting protein to the broken down muscle, and hindering progress. Everyone talks about, quick carbs, quick protein.
    Or, very simply, take the fat off. Just trim the meat

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    If youre asking if fat intake will delay absorption of nutrients post workout the answer is yes. Post workout should be protein and carbs only. Ideally fast acting of both. I personally do a whey isolate shake with maltodextrin. Works like a charm

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    Just go home after training and make a good meal. Don't overthink it.
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    whey, eggs, meat, beans/rice

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