"Milk is interesting in that ..."

Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by yshemesh, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. yshemesh

    yshemesh Banned

    any truth to this ?

    so - a mix of milk and whey -
    - will the casein and whey be absorbed totally spereately
    - casein and whey absorbed together at a compromised speed
    - casein will slow the whey a little, but they will absorb seperately

    not all at once pleaaaase !
  2. Aaron_F

    Aaron_F New Member

    Casein is a the main proteinn component in milk, and whey is a seperate item carried in the milk plasma. IF when the clot is formed from casein, it captures some plasma, then some whey will be slowed down, but its pretty much not enough to worry about.

    absorbtion will be slowed, but its not an issue in reality.
  3. yshemesh

    yshemesh Banned

    i'm referring to the a Berardi article.


    it kinda makes sense, but i won't believe it 'til my HST'ers don't co-sign it.

    if what he says is true, whey+milk before bed would be a good idea. whey for the protein synthesis boost, and milk for the steady amino acid supply.

    i guess my wording was off. i didn't mean if slowing down the whey would be an issue ( like for pre workout ).
    in a mix of whey and milk, will the casein and whey absorb seperately, or will they mesh and absorb at a compromised rate ?
  4. Aaron_F

    Aaron_F New Member

    for the most part they will absorb as seperately as they can

    he over complicates stuff very well.

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