View Full Version : Skim Milk Before Bed Whilst Cuttin'

08-04-2001, 10:30 AM
Just trying to get your feelings on this.

Good or bad if bad then why ?????

Thanks Guys and Gals. :)

08-04-2001, 10:33 AM
I don't see a problem with it, considering tryptophan does make you sleep well, however, i wager you'll get backlash for the whole carbs before bed thing....although casein, from what i understand, doesn't mess with insulin levels.

08-04-2001, 12:34 PM
Casein is ok.
Skim milk has a very low gi,but it contains lactose.Depending on how hardcore you want you want your cuting up diet to be,you choose if you want to drink the skim milk.

the doc
08-04-2001, 12:50 PM
i say bad. To much sugar!

Why not some cottage cheese or just eat a hunk of cheese and a can of tuna whilst cutting

08-04-2001, 02:30 PM
..Because they're high in sodium.. :p
Cottage is really a great alternative option.
And tuna is too,if you can stand the taste.(not to offend any member of the boards ;)

08-04-2001, 02:58 PM
yoghurt whilst cutting?

08-04-2001, 03:06 PM
Do you doubt my knowledge/experience level? :mad: :p

08-04-2001, 03:12 PM
I do not...*lol* i brought it up because that's what you advised me, but it was not mentioned so far in the conversation.....;)

08-04-2001, 03:17 PM
Hm.. qui es a si.. te perdon. :D
I hope that i'll get a good feedback.Eitherway,i'll loose your respect :cry:

08-04-2001, 03:22 PM
ha ha! you would have to do a lot worse then that in order to lose my respect, cheri. :)

08-04-2001, 03:34 PM
So,I'll exploit you. :evillaugh :angel:

08-04-2001, 07:45 PM
If you're trying to minimize your calories, cottage cheese would be a better choice. A cup and a half of lowfat cottage cheese has 42 grams of protein, 4 grams of carbs, and 1 gram of fat. The main protein in cottage cheese is casein, which digests slowly, so it acts kind of like a "time-release" protein, which, at least in theory sounds like a good thing to eat before bed.

08-05-2001, 04:11 AM
Wtf?42 grams of protein? Here it has 12grams of protein,4carbs,4fat(per 100gr) :cry:

08-05-2001, 08:41 AM
100g would be around half cup... no?

08-05-2001, 08:55 AM

08-05-2001, 09:46 AM
so i guess multiplying 12g x2.5 30gms. youre getting robbed blackalpha. move to the states where we give our cows growth hormones. woohoo!

08-05-2001, 09:53 AM
We don't even have low fat cottage cheese here :cry:
And its total weight is 220grams,not 250 :cry:
I hope the Ukers feed their cows with GH,plus Test :evillaugh

08-05-2001, 09:54 AM
actually that's not that bad a thing...lower fat means higher carbs.

08-05-2001, 10:00 AM
You're learning fast.. :p :D :angel:

08-06-2001, 08:34 PM
I got the nutritional information directly off the cottage cheese container, so I assume it's pretty accurate.