If I consume large amount of cottage cheese/milk/casein whey before sleep will it effect results optimally?The Caseinate Myth
This is old bodybuilding trick but I think its myth. I think there is no advantage of casein at all.
Great to know.
Exactly, what research data do you have that substantiates that premise?
What data do you have to counter the piles of research information like that listed below?
Protein ingestion before sleep improves postexercise overnight recovery.
This is the first study to show that protein ingested immediately before sleep is effectively digested and absorbed, thereby stimulating muscle protein synthesis and improving whole-body protein balance during postexercise overnight recovery.
I think meal freqvency is not that important compared total calories consumed. But how much fasting is too much? Where your body gets energy? Fat? Muscle? Is there still plenty food in stomach ? I Think = Guessing
Anytime anyone start off with I think, it means they are guessing...and guessing is never a good thing.
This takes us back the question, "What data is you guessing based on"?
Exactly, what do you mean by meal frequency compared to total calories consumed? Body weight? Muscle mass?
I can guess what you mean but we know that guessing is never a good thing.
You questions need to be more definitive.
You statements remind me of someone I was dealing with telling the product they wanted was too much.
Rather than guess what that meant, I ask: "How much too much is it?"
Then I got a definitive number.
Take Home Message
Be specific with you questions.
Stu & Robert
Both have provide you with some good information.