Energy Drinks

Discussion in 'Health Nutrition and Supplements' started by MichaelSmith, Nov 26, 2004.

  1. MichaelSmith

    MichaelSmith New Member

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    As the winter has arrived, i have been putting in the miles on my bike and visiting the gym regulary :) . Although my legs,arms are always feeling slightly heavier (sluggish) and tire easier. I have never experiementing with energy drinks.
    I am looking for a drink that will aid mucsle recovery and give me more energy.

    Does anybody know of any good ones?

    Thanks

    MIke
     
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  2. Bikerbill98

    Bikerbill98 New Member

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    Save your money, drink milk and fruit juice. They contain all the protein and sugar you need. Data suggests that consuming protein after lifting is promotes better growth and maintenance.

    There are many products avialalble. The manufacturers generally use a predigested casein for their protein source. You can drink milk, make an egg nog and get it all for less or eat a can of tuna. Compare the costs. Why pay $4.00 for a $.25 homemade brew. The other thing, data suggests that as little as 1 gram of protein is needed.
     
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