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  1. best on the go dairy protein

    like a Soy Isolate?
  2. best on the go dairy protein

    i'm going for casein. i like baking so i'll use it mostly for just that. i think it might some of the flavourings that are putting me off as you said. https://www.sprintfit.co.nz/product/2767/cellucor-cor-performance-casein
  3. best on the go dairy protein

    indeed. too fussy for my own good. and its c*nt not kaant. that sounds too close to the name of a german philosopher :)
  4. best on the go dairy protein

    i think i can do peanut butter yeah. that should go well with the whey protein. cant do beans due to taste and texture. chick peas I can but probably over-indulge on them so have to limit the portion
  5. best on the go dairy protein

    i guess its a taste issue foremost. I seem to handle milk just fine but whey protein powder has a smell that puts me off and i've tried several with little success. maybe if i tried casein instead it might be better? good point about the allergies. i guess i dont have many/limited options.
  6. Due to some allergies (eggs) and some protein sources bing too harsh on my stomach (beef, but also chicken) I've decided to switch to some form of milk protein. So far i have the following to choose from: 1- https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/horleys-protein-hit-low-carb-chocolate-fudge-12-x-420ml/22816379 2- https://www.anchor.co.nz/product/protein-plus/ any further suggestions would be welcome. from the looks of those two products, the first one seems to have a lot less sugar than the anchor one
  7. Peanut Butter.

    i buy the big tub from Fix and Fogg
  8. In a JAMA opinion piece last year, Ludwig included a graphic that deftly laid out the two currently competing models of obesity. It struck me right away that it's a mistake to see them as competing (and certainly not as mutually exclusive) but rather as two models that are applicable and descriptive of obesity (or weight gain) in different sets of people to greater and lesser degrees. A lot of cognitive dissonance evaporates when you accept that different people become overweight and obese for different metabolic reasons.
  9. A nice related article on the topic: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/29/opinion/sunday/could-your-healthy-diet-make-me-fat.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=0
  10. It is a feature, not a bug, of the political system that it doesn't budge much on single - issue campaigners' whims. She should go get a hobby
  11. long term Fat loss: just starting out

    I see what you're saying now. had oats, frozen berries and later some schnitzel and salad
  12. long term Fat loss: just starting out

    i've been off training for a while but I do have a good base built. I think i will focus on fruits and maybe brown bread though I don't think its has nutritious or healthy.
  13. long term Fat loss: just starting out

    I think I will lower some of the numbers a bit. Do all the carbs have to be low GI? I can't stomach too much of them
  14. long term Fat loss: just starting out

    thanks. that is quite a large amount of food, especially the carbs