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    Pre workout meal/shake

    Hey dudes/dudettes.
    Typically, I take in my calories with a fork and knife....However, there are rare occasions where time isnt on my side, but I still need some preworkout carbs/protein. I mix protein powder, lactose free milk, and oats. But I always feel bloated afterwards. I'm going to try over-cooking rice the night before, rendering it mushy. Next morning I'll blend it with the shake instead of oats. The theory being that I'll digest this better/quicker. I'll let yall know how it goes.


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    try a plant powder instead of whey.
    I take vega premium sport I think its the best tasting plant protein out there

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    Originally Posted by Rhino99 View Post
    try a plant powder instead of whey.
    I take vega premium sport I think its the best tasting plant protein out there
    I'll have to try that when this tub is empty


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    1 piece of daves killa bread with pb2 spread and a banana, like a taco. boom.

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    Originally Posted by Gibsonator View Post
    1 piece of daves killa bread with pb2 spread and a banana, like a taco. boom.
    I like the white bread done right!



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    Originally Posted by Rhino99 View Post
    try a plant powder instead of whey.
    I take vega premium sport I think its the best tasting plant protein out there
    Agreed.

    I make:
    Vega protein
    1 banana
    Blueberries
    Frozen spinach
    Almond milk

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    Originally Posted by TODAY View Post
    Agreed.

    I make:
    Vega protein
    1 banana
    Blueberries
    Frozen spinach
    Almond milk
    My go-to if time isnt an issue is chicken and jasmine rice. Clean energy and strong AF.


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    Originally Posted by JTB3318 View Post
    Hey dudes/dudettes.
    Typically, I take in my calories with a fork and knife....However, there are rare occasions where time isnt on my side, but I still need some preworkout carbs/protein. I mix protein powder, lactose free milk, and oats. But I always feel bloated afterwards. I'm going to try over-cooking rice the night before, rendering it mushy. Next morning I'll blend it with the shake instead of oats. The theory being that I'll digest this better/quicker. I'll let yall know how it goes.
    Im not sure what kinda powder you are using but im gonna assume whey. I can drink milk all day but one scoop of whey obliterates my stomach. Like others have said, try a plant based one, but it doesnt neccessarily have to be plant. My stomach fairs well with egg protein powder too, you just gotta find what works best for you

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    Originally Posted by daddyboul View Post
    Im not sure what kinda powder you are using but im gonna assume whey. I can drink milk all day but one scoop of whey obliterates my stomach. Like others have said, try a plant based one, but it doesnt neccessarily have to be plant. My stomach fairs well with egg protein powder too, you just gotta find what works best for you
    It's a blend. Syntha 6. It's not the problem. Pretty sure it's the oats. They give me the "BGs" and I'm making green clouds all day lol.


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    Originally Posted by JTB3318 View Post
    It's a blend. Syntha 6. It's not the problem. Pretty sure it's the oats. They give me the "BGs" and I'm making green clouds all day lol.
    Thats very likely too, I glossed right over that on accident. I actually have bloating problems with oats too, probably the way it expands when it comes into contact with the stomach.

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    I know oats **** me up.... but damn kodiak cake products taste amazing.


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    Oatmeal cream pie pw

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    It’s likely the fiber in the oats. If you don’t want to spend time over-cooking your rice as you mentioned, you can just get cream of rice. Personally I like whey isolate with rice cakes and either almond or peanut butter pre-workout, drizzled with honey.
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    Whey, ice cream, blueberries, psyllium husk, macadamia oil and milk. I also use the syntha 6 protein at the moment but if you are sensitive to lactose, try dymatize iso 100

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    It could also be the casein in your syntha 6. Casein is not for everyone.
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    Syntha 6 also contains sugar alcohols which some people do not tolerate particularly well.

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