Night Protein - Before Bedtime Muscle Building Protein Shake
To increase muscle you must feed your body protein, carbohydrates and fats every
3-5 hrs. The only missed opportunity is when we are sleeping. The before bedtime
shake will provide your body with the right nutrients to grow while you sleep. Most
people sleep around 8 hrs and it is during this time that their bodies do not get the
adequate supply of amino acids. The before bedtime shake consists of the
- 500 ml of skim milk
- 5-10 grams of glutamine
- 40 grams of casein protein
- 1 table spoon of flaxseed oil
The skim milk is a natural source of fast and slow release protein. This will help to
provide your muscle with amino acids for 3-4 hrs by itself. Glutamine's role in this
shake is to help increase growth hormone levels while you sleep. The reason we
have recommended casein protein instead of whey is because it releases amino
acids for a longer period than whey protein. Flaxseed oil is also part of this shake
because it will slow the digestion of the shake and it has been proven to increase
testosterone levels. To get the most benefit from this shake you should use it in
conjunction with a pre-workout and post-workout shake.
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