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    Dec 01, 2011 8:10 AM GMT
    I don't take casein powder, but would it be good to get some to take before bed? Should I just get it from eating cottage cheese? Or have something else completely, before bed?
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    Dec 01, 2011 6:20 PM GMT
    try a more specific thread subject than just "Question".
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    Dec 01, 2011 6:23 PM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 saidtry a more specific thread subject than just "Question".


    Done
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    Dec 01, 2011 6:23 PM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 saidtry a more specific thread subject than just "Question".


    This. Sometimes topics die down if the thread title isn't specific or sexy enough. That said, I can't help answer your question--keep eating cottage cheese though... it has a lot of protein.
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    Dec 01, 2011 6:24 PM GMT
    BackToZero said
    RoadsterRacer87 saidtry a more specific thread subject than just "Question".


    Done


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    Dec 02, 2011 2:37 AM GMT
    DBQmark saidWelcome to the RJ site, BackToZero.

    You asked about casein powder vs. cottage cheese.

    Before giving a suggestion, let's start with a bodybuilding nutrition basic: 3 grams of protein for every kilo of bodyweight.

    A guy who weighs 120 pounds (54.5 kilos) should try to get 163 grams of protein daily.

    Real food should be the first choice.

    - Protein supplements are good when food alone is insufficient to reach your daily target.

    - Another time when supplements are a good choice is when you're on the go - at the gym or at work.


    Since your question asks about eating before bed, it should be easy enough to get to the refrigerator, grab the carton, and have at it. Bonus: Eat a couple dried apricots or a banana along with the cottage cheese. Sodium in cottage cheese is easy to offset when you're aware of it.


    Here's a link to my favorite nutrition website: http://nutritiondata.self.com/