If I haven't eaten because I was at work all night. And i'm starving, what happens to a 60 gram protein shake when I guzzle it. Does my body just use it for energy or store it or does it actually process the protein just like if I'm waking up in the morning.
I'm guessing it's the same as if I took a shake in the morning. Could be wrong though.
Also, is there anything special I SHOULD eat when I'm stuck without food and I start to get starving?
Depends on which type of protein you use...
Whey probably gets some decent use. But a lot is being stored in the liver. It is just digested too fast for the body to know what to do with it unless you have jsut severly damaged you muscles, i.e. worked out...
If it is Whey that you are using, try to drink it with some fiber and good fats, that will slow the absorption down a lot...
If you taking Casiean(sp?), your good to go...In some tests it takes close to 4-6 hours to fully digest.
Last edited by greekboy80; 02-09-2007 at 08:35 AM.
The bottom line is if you are starving you need a meal. Carbohydrates spare protein. I think fat should as well.
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so when your body is starving you need slow absorb rate? Why did I think it was the other way around?
And my basis of thinking is that anything that is digested quickly i.e. sugars, whey, etc. IF there is no direct prior damage to muscles, then the "fuel" would not be used up quickly.
That is the whole concept behind GI index and complex carbs over simple.
It's basic nutrition.
Whey is digested quickly.
"... my basis of thinking is..."
Er, that's not a scientific proof.
Neither is synonymising sugar and whey as "quickly digested [things]". They may have these things in common, but it doesn't follow that all quickly digested things are stored in the same organ.
A man may possess two 4x4's, but it doesn't follow that he parks them in the same garage.
2. Well, everything is stored in the liver if it has nowhere to go and there is "nutritional overflow" no matter the substance.
Like I said its basic nutrition.
You call that basic nutrition?
"The only easy day was yesterday."
No offense whatsoever, mind you.
Until I had a basic biochemistry class, I too lived under the "burn quickly" , "used quickly" WebMD-type terminology/theroy/crap.
As far as everything being stored in the liver if it has nowhere to go, ...I am not even sure where I should begin.....
Regarding protein, could you name a few things it could be used for aside from muscular growth?
Last edited by Slim Schaedle; 02-12-2007 at 04:22 PM.
Well, just for argument sake, I graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Exercise Science. I do know what I am talking about. Not that it really means anything. Ther are some idiots with PHD's out there. I knowI have met a few.
I use easier term and def. for the newbies here. I like to break it down for them. Its called being a effective teacher. You think if a first grade teacher taught only using "adult language" the children would learn anything? Not really...
And yes, if you eat too much protein or anything for the matter, and you have excess calories, your body will convert it over to glycogen and store it in the liver.
Basic nutrition. If there are excess calories, they will be stored in the liver and/or fat stores if the liver is full...
^ its not wrong.
Another thing, what is your deal? The guy wanted some advice. I gave some.
You gave none. You have some input? Give it.
I just love these internet posters who hide behind thier cpu's all day and spout out all the time, "I want proof, you have any reasearch?"
No, but if you want to go and open a book you can find it yourself.
Maybe I should have told that poster to go and research himself. Would that have made it better?
Slim, go back and look at the origional question...the question was answered. We helped the guy out, thats why we have message boards, to help people out.
You are not helping anyone. Your compounding the problem...
Well, I did offer advice. It was in my second post and consisted of some very general thoughts considering the depth to which this subject could be explored. Depth which is probabaly way over the OP's head, and evidently, most likely over yours as well (not to sound condescending).
I don't have a "deal." As others may attest to, my "internet personailty" is one in which upon finding something that sounds fishy, I sometimes ask for a source or clarification. Sometimes it is just plainly evident that one may have had a few basic nutrition classes and never had the opportunity to attain any detailed background knoweldge pertaining to pathways such as glycolysis, that even physical therapists have to learn at some point.
If I ask for a source of information, it is because the first step to solving a problem is knowing and finding where it came from. If what you say comes from a book, then we can easily suggest burning that book, and I can offer you the names of some that will help you more.
Perhaps this doesn't help much and compounds things, but that is how people learn. To this day, the best threads on WBB which offer to the most educationally involve alot of poo-flinging and argument. So, if you want to post some sources for your position, then do so.
Until then, you are incorrect on several things.
It's snowing here in Cincinnati and I don't have classses today, so I am going to hide behind my computer for the time being.
^ whatever man, you still havent posted ANYTHING worth any substance.
And what you said was the same thing as what I said. Take the whey with somthing else, to slow absorption."Well, I did offer advice. It was in my second post and consisted of some very general thoughts considering the depth to which this subject could be explored. "
Right man, you still haven't said anyting to refute what I had said...Depth which is probabaly way over the OP's head, and evidently, most likely over yours as well (not to sound condescending).
You do know that this is what you were doing form the start right?To this day, the best threads on WBB which offer to the most educationally involve alot of poo-flinging and argument
Totally agree with this. The only way to learn is to be always test the sources and never believe anything at face value. Only when you test something do you know its strength. I have created a lot of threads where I was wrong, proven wrong and accepted it as a learning experience. No one knows everything and should therefore take the opportunity of being wrong as a learning experience.
Not neccesarily from the start, however.
Look dude, I am not going go into every little reason as to why some of your post content in incorrect. I've done that plenty in the past on here regarding the same subject material.
If I didn't have alot more stuff I should be doing for my classes, I would be more inclined to take the initiative and lay out more explanation that shows your inaccuracies. If you would lay down your sources, scan a page of one of your books and post it, or whatever, maybe we could work from there.
...or maybe others would want to jump in and add their thoughts.
OK, cased closed,
Viciousbish - take the whey with somthign else...