Is that 200-250g of the casein/whey or 200-250g of protein no matter the source?[/quote]
How much do you weigh? Do you count any of your other macros? Are you actually going to track your protein intake during ramadan?
What you should focus on during this cut, is that each one of your meals has a healthy, and i mean big, portions of fruits and vegetables, in addition to whatever rice/meat you eat.
The casein/whey decisions are literally the last thing that goes into doing this the right way. Honestly, what you probably should do - is educated yourself with basics of nutrition. That way, when you start bulking again, you’ll know exactly what to do and the very best way to do it.
A good place to start, to learn about your cut that you are about to do, and potential bulks, is to watch "Eric Helm"s pyramid video series. It’s currently in the 4th step of the 7(?) step pyramid, but the information he has already divulged is… essential/really-fucking-amazing-for-people-who-do-not-know-shit-about-the-body-and-muscle-building.
He works for 3DMJ, his name is Eric Helms, and he has a “Pyramid Series” posted on the internet… I hope you are able to use this information to find what I’m referring to.
Cheers Clauden. I never cared much about diet. I ate a lot of foods rich in protein, i.e. many eggs for breakfast and throughout the day, lots of poultry and fish, lots of vegetable. For this reason i gained a fair amount of muscle, but i also gained a fair amount of fat with it You see when i started lifting i was brought in via the starting strength type of people. They told me to do GOMAD, eat a crap tonne, and do 3x5 and i would automatically get bigger. Realized a couple of months later this wasnt doing it, read around the muscle building articles and found out just doing high volume was better, and GOMAD wasnt great.
Yes i have been eating a lot of fruit this ramadan, more so than i normally do on a regular basis. I make very large bowls of fruit salads, and after my big meal, continue stuffing myself with fruit. It is easier to eat sweet foods during ramadan than it is to eat spicy savory foods.
I dont count my macros, or protein intake. I just eat as much protein from as many sources as possible, i.e. meat, fish, chicken, eggs, nuts, peanut butter, milk etc… I have never bought protein powder either.