The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    whey protein + olive oil = slow digestion?

    if i take
    whey protein + olive oil
    will that slow the digestion of whey protein?

    what CAN slow down whey protein's digestion? thanks.

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    Fiber, fats...
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    okay that is good.
    i wanted to know since i dont like to eat a lot, but taking in whey protein powder for protein is very easy, so i was wondering how i can take whey protein all the time but make it digest slower during the day when i take it.

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    take a protein blend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windwork
    okay that is good.
    i wanted to know since i dont like to eat a lot, but taking in whey protein powder for protein is very easy, so i was wondering how i can take whey protein all the time but make it digest slower during the day when i take it.
    If you take it with a large meal it should be somewhat slower. I doubt a bit of fat or fiber will have a significant effect on it though.

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    the problem is that they are already highly processed (especially whey powder, less so the olive oil) and a lot of the digestive work (which slows down absorbtion) has already been done

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    No, liquid fat won't slow the digestion of a liquid meal.

    Mixing it with milk will slow its digestion.

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    I am not positive about the answer but Whey Protein + Olive Oil + Milk tastes really, really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windwork
    okay that is good.
    i wanted to know since i dont like to eat a lot, but taking in whey protein powder for protein is very easy, so i was wondering how i can take whey protein all the time but make it digest slower during the day when i take it.
    Do what ryuage said and buy a protein blend. Don't have to use whey protein, much more slower digesting protein powders out there. Don't even have to use a blend, can get straight casein if you want.
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    casein is the key factor in slowing digestion...

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