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.
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.
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