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Old 03-18-2006, 08:09 AM   #1
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I'm trying to incorporate more meals into my day, but I really dont have the time to actually make a full meal. Will taking in whey protein in place of a meal have the same effect? And how much would I need to take at each "meal" in order to get the same results as having actual food?
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as long as its milk protein and not whey. and anywhere from 30-60grams of protein with fruit or something will be fine but I can't give you a very specific answer because I dont' know what you eat now or goals or anything so what are your stats and goals.

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well I'm 6' tall, 180 lbs, 13% body fat. My goal isnt really to lose a lot of fat because track season starts in a couple days for me (senior in high school), so that wont be a problem since I'll be getting plenty of cardio every day. My main goal is to gain muscle mass, probably 30-40 lbs over period of time.
Also, why milk protein as opposed to whey?
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Also, why milk protein as opposed to whey?
milk protein or sometimes known as casein digests slower then whey. therefore it will give a prolonged intake of the protein as opposed to absorbing protein all at once and not using it as efficiently. Whey is better after a workout because your body is depleted and needs the quickness of whey.
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just start eating and reading info on this and other boards to start gaining mass. if you go to the journals I know I have a diet break down, and I know others do too.
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You can preprepare your meals the night before. It just takes planning. How about a can of tuna and a can opeaner.
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