SInce the insulin index has shown that dairy products, though scoring low on the glycemic index, are highly insulinotropic ( woah) what do we do about a bed time protein meal?!! I'm a bit freaked. Everyone says to drink milk before bed but that's kind of out now. Especially on a cut.
What do you think causes the spike? The lactose? One cup of skim milk has 83 cals, 8 grm protein and 12 grams of sugar! 12! That plain sucks. Does cassein powder still cause a similar insulin spike? Ya think? It is a dairy product. If so does that just leave us with egg powder and soy for a bedtime protein meal? Jesus. What about taking r-ala to blunt the insulin response or am I misunderstanding the chemical mechanisms of that acid? Acid. huh.
Help me out please. I'm sure others have had similar questions.