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Advice on protein? Need a morning post-workout shake to get going. Any recommendations on good protein? Looking to continue to lose weight (down 25 in 65 days!), so I'd want something lean, lower cals, easily absorbed, etc. Is any sort of Whey protein the way to go? Other thoughts? Thanks!

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Why not soymilk, milk, yogurt or kefir

mixed with some other healthful things - either fruits or toated bran or wheat germ? You need post-workout simple carbs to replenish as well or you will start to lose muscle mass.

You are doing great on the weight loss. You may want to check some of the interesting posts in the diet forum.

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Waaaaay back when when I had a trainer

he included this as part of my diet. It mixes with water and comes in a variety of flavores. If you buy, try the value pack and find the one you like. None of them are great tasting.

They also have already mixed juices which I taste much better and come in diiferent protein + carb amounts.

http://www.nextag.com/isopure-protein-powder/search-html

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Whey protein powder if you want

much better than soy. TJ's is very good & reasonable.

Post-workout you need protein AND carbs, the ideal ratio is 4:1 carbs:protein. Interestingly, chocolate milk (hot or cold) or chocolate soy milk have this ratio--it's a great post-workout drink. But don't buy storebought ones that are full of junk & corn syrup--make your own with quality unsweetened cocoa (like Droste) and sweeten to taste, you might try maple syrup. Turn it into a smoothie by adding some frozen banana chunks & blending.

Lowfat or nonfat *plain* yogurt or kefir are high in protein, low in carbs. I recently discovered kefir--an 8 oz serving is about 90 calories and 15 grams of protein! This is only for the plain--so you sweeten to your taste if you want. The flavored ones are very loaded with sugars and are much higher calories & less protein.

Congrats on your weight loss & good luck.

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