Hope you’ll answer this, John. Intriguing article on the post-workout shake. I have two questions:
(1) I’ve read that it takes regular whey, designer protein for example, an hour before it starts to hit the bloodstream.
So before Biotest’s new product comes out, as a way to avoid the search for and expense of hydrolyzed whey, is this a viable alternative:
consume .4 g/kg bodyweight of regular whey one hour before the workout ENDS, and .8 g/kg carbs immediately after the workout (with protein optional)?
Maybe the timing and amounts require a little fine-tuning, but something like this approach would seem to get you the 2:1 ratio.
(2) The article didn't say: where is the research that shows how too much protein relative to the amount of carbs causes glucagon to inhibit insulin?