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Old 09-04-2014, 08:48 PM   #21
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Yawelcome! Its actually perfectly legal in ct. Mass isn't. Also call the closest farm and ask who they distribute to. I get mine a town away at a health food store on my way home from work. It is $6 for half a gallon though. Totally worth it to me.
Freakin awesome, thank you!!!! Looks like Richs farm has some which is close, gonna have to stop by this weekend and get some icecream and milk!
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Old 09-04-2014, 08:55 PM   #22
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Freakin awesome, thank you!!!! Looks like Richs farm has some which is close, gonna have to stop by this weekend and get some icecream and milk!
And actually I stand corrected. Mass isnb't illegal. Just isn't available at retail locations. It's only available for sale at the farm itself.

http://www.farmtoconsumer.org/raw_milk_map.htm
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Old 09-04-2014, 08:58 PM   #23
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And back on topic. When I was originally searching for protein supplements my sister said that egg would be optimal because it is a slower absorbing protein and therefore would be used more effectively/efficiently. True? False?

What makes Whey better?
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And back on topic. When I was originally searching for protein supplements my sister said that egg would be optimal because it is a slower absorbing protein and therefore would be used more effectively/efficiently. True? False?

What makes Whey better?
One isn't necessarily better than the other per say rather it's more so based on needs. I eat every 3 hours so during the day I don't need a long absorbing protein. Whey is the quickest absorbing out of egg and casein. Pre and post workout whey is usually ideal since it gets into your system quickest. I only need a longer absorbing protein while i sleep so I opt for casein as that's the longest of the 3, egg is basically in the middle which for my needs I don't have a use for. Some also say egg powder can cause a biotin deficiency which can lead to hair loss, skin issues and a few other problems. Can't personally say that's true but just things I heard.
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One isn't necessarily better than the other per say rather it's more so based on needs. I eat every 3 hours so during the day I don't need a long absorbing protein. Whey is the quickest absorbing out of egg and casein. Pre and post workout whey is usually ideal since it gets into your system quickest. I only need a longer absorbing protein while i sleep so I opt for casein as that's the longest of the 3, egg is basically in the middle which for my needs I don't have a use for. Some also say egg powder can cause a biotin deficiency which can lead to hair loss, skin issues and a few other problems. Can't personally say that's true but just things I heard.
Ok cool. Sounds like whey would work out better for me then. I eat constantly all day. I am constantly snacking on raw nuts and such at work. Thanks for the info.
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Another question haha. Is there a certain time period that you should ingest the protein in after a workout to yield the best results? Is usually takes me about 25 mins to get home after working out.
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Old 09-04-2014, 09:37 PM   #28
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Another question haha. Is there a certain time period that you should ingest the protein in after a workout to yield the best results? Is usually takes me about 25 mins to get home after working out.
Rule of thumb is within 30 minutes to an hour is best so you're gtg.
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Wake up
Opti-men mutli
the new opti-burn (awesome BTW)
2 scoops Vitamin shop pro-24 whey
Teaspoon of Glutamin
Teaspoon of Creatine
banana or apple
1/2 peanuts

Depending on when I work out and how much sleep I got - Preworkout (whatever is on sale, I've tried them all) I opted to start buying the ones that come in 10 servings. Keep switching unless I find a good one. My body doesn't get used to them as fast.
Don't like the new Assault, REALLY don't like the new C4. Don't care for Jack3d or no explode either. Nothing is as good as what we used to get. I currently using quickfire from prolab. It's okay. I don't really care for carbonated ones though. When I run out, i use VPX redline premixed I get from vitamin shoppe. works every time.
Intra-workout - Gaspari Aminolast. I like the consistency much better than xtend. Also, I don't like the fact xtend tells me to take 4 scoops a day. Aminolast says up to 3 scoops. Shit's expensive enough.
If I get sloppy from be carb deficient, i pop a muscle pharm shred matrix (its also awesome). Helps my energy and mental focus.
1 tablespoon of sugar free metamucil before bed to help me keep regular. Other than that, it's all real food. Once I stopped taking as much supplements and started eating clean, my body really responded. I am using supplements more for true supplementation rather than in place of food.

I am still eating 5 times a day, at a deficiency. 8 months later, Larger arms, chest, legs, shoulders, down 65 pounds, 10" in my waist but have only gone from a 4xl to a 3xl shirt

I'm not as lean as you yet Eric, but I'll be there shortly....

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Old 09-05-2014, 05:46 AM   #30
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Wake up
Opti-men mutli
the new opti-burn (awesome BTW)
2 scoops Vitamin shop pro-24 whey
Teaspoon of Glutamin
Teaspoon of Creatine
banana or apple
1/2 peanuts

Depending on when I work out and how much sleep I got - Preworkout (whatever is on sale, I've tried them all) I opted to start buying the ones that come in 10 servings. Keep switching unless I find a good one. My body doesn't get used to them as fast.
Don't like the new Assault, REALLY don't like the new C4. Don't care for Jack3d or no explode either. Nothing is as good as what we used to get. I currently using quickfire from prolab. It's okay. I don't really care for carbonated ones though. When I run out, i use VPX redline premixed I get from vitamin shoppe. works every time.
Intra-workout - Gaspari Aminolast. I like the consistency much better than xtend. Also, I don't like the fact xtend tells me to take 4 scoops a day. Aminolast says up to 3 scoops. Shit's expensive enough.
If I get sloppy from be carb deficient, i pop a muscle pharm shred matrix (its also awesome). Helps my energy and mental focus.
1 tablespoon of sugar free metamucil before bed to help me keep regular. Other than that, it's all real food. Once I stopped taking as much supplements and started eating clean, my body really responded. I am using supplements more for true supplementation rather than in place of food.

I am still eating 5 times a day, at a deficiency. 8 months later, Larger arms, chest, legs, shoulders, down 65 pounds, 10" in my waist but have only gone from a 4xl to a 3xl shirt

I'm not as lean as you yet Eric, but I'll be there shortly....
As far as pre-workouts go they really are not the same as when they had DMAA in them. Not sure if its that Im just getting older or the fact of the use of other ingredients now but my body seems more sensitive to the stimulated pre-workouts almost as if I get too stimulated that it has a negative effect so I tend to take less than the suggested serving. I'm more so interested these days to get a good pump from my pre-workout and as far as Hemavol goes its the first product I have used where my pump is so strong it actually hurts but in a good way. Not sure if you ever had the Redline pill, used to be a clear pill with a white yellowish liquid inside. That stuff was nutty as well. I dont think I ever do the 4 scoops a day for Xtend, like you say its get costly but I also dont think its really neccessary. I did however find some for under $25 a bottle online, just need to shop around and bodybuilding.com has some good deals once in a while.
One thing thats important is as you state, my supplementation is in addition to my 5-6 meals i eat a day. There is NOTHING better than food or more delicious :-), everything in my arsenal is in moderation and well just straight up supplementation. I've been seeing some of the progress you've been posting and you're kicking ass Jay! Keep it up and you will be there is no time.
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