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    Whey and porridge?

    I normally mix refley instant whey with my porridge in the morning is this ok or am I better taking the whey seperate?

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    i love this combo it adds flavour to my porridge, doesnt matter at all btw

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    I do something similar but put it in the fridge to make overnight oats, its like a desert every morning.

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    I have heard that heat can damage whey protein, while collagen protein can withstand heat without damaging it. I see people cooking with whey alot or adding it to heated foods; maybe it would be better to mix with cold food and beverages, and mix collagen with hot liquids and for cooking. Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kid101 View Post
    I have heard that heat can damage whey protein, while collagen protein can withstand heat without damaging it. I see people cooking with whey alot or adding it to heated foods; maybe it would be better to mix with cold food and beverages, and mix collagen with hot liquids and for cooking. Any thoughts?
    Heat denatures or damages ALL protein. Inc the meat we eat. But we gotta cook some cos raw isn't always good.

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