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Jeremy Ethier Is WRONG About Protein Before Bed (THIS WILL RUIN YOUR GAINS!!!)



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47 thoughts on “Jeremy Ethier Is WRONG About Protein Before Bed (THIS WILL RUIN YOUR GAINS!!!)
  1. i usually have around 120 gm of chicken three hours before bed and i have not had that good of a sleep cycle. gonna try eating that for lunch and see if there is any difference.

  2. I don’t take bodybuilding advice from dudes who are smaller than the shits I take. I eat a small bowl of Greek yogurt before bed that’s all ya need. I ain’t downing a fuckin chicken breast

  3. I feel smart watching Derek but then he starts talking about shit deeper than my bro science brain understands and I feel stupid.

  4. If I were to do this I would end up with a few stomach problems due to laying down and not digesting properly and like you say it would mess my Rem sleep up!

  5. Hey Derek, ive tried loading 100g+ like 1-2h before bed, i never had problems with falling asleep, but during that ,,experimet'' i noticed i need to sleep like 10-11h to be fully recoveres, when i needed only 7-8h with no protein loading nights. If someone cannot hit daily protein during the day due to job etc. (i work 12h shifts and i cannot get so many meals) how long before sleep you would recomend to get last ,,big'' meal of the day?

  6. So if I lift before bed (cause that’s the only available time) and sometimes I wake up absolutely starving, should I still eat before bed? Or should I not eat after that last workout?

  7. This is what I call specific as far as the information no wonder I get a better sleep the colder it is in my room. As always Derek you're the best I wish I was in my early twenties so I could see how far I could really take it. I've got up to 242 at 5 foot 10 lean but I bet you I could even push it further with less after reviewing a lot of your research and applying it. I'm 45 now so there's not much point anyway thanks my friend

  8. No Derek. Your body doesnt really rest when you sleep, It is actually working harder, synthethizing proteins and repairing muscle; so yes, to have a load of protein at night would help. Besides, your main point is the thermic effect, but the reality is that the sleep state can overcome this, thats how people sleep just fine in hot cities all year long

  9. HOLY FUCK, Ive been doing the protein before bed thing for 2 fucking years and wondeing why I cant sleep for more than 6 hours a night (I dont use stimulants either). Damn, gonna have to get my protein in earlier and see if things improve. Biggest facepalm

  10. Eating before bed always ruins my sleep. I'm tired of hearing about eating before bed. I like to not eat 8 hours before bed because it lets me get into a deeper and longer sleep.

  11. This guys is the best example I know that debunks the idea that bodybuilders are dumb meat heads!! He knows fuckn everything about the body

  12. I remember being younger and thinking if I didn't have at least 30 grams of protein every 2 hours my muscle would literally waste away. I would even set an alarm to wake up twice in the middle of the night to drink shakes.

  13. Protein supplies amino acids, which build our muscles. Our muscles repair themselves and grow while we sleep. Growth hormone is elevated during this time. This hormone boosts muscle growth and decreases fat.
    Studies have shown that if you consume an ample amount of protein right before bed, you’ll take full advantage of this spike in growth hormone and maximize muscle gains. This happens because you’re providing the amino acids that are needed for repair and growth.
    A 2012 study assessed the effect of eating protein before bed with 16 healthy young male participants. They performed a single bout of weightlifting in the evening and were provided 20 grams of protein immediately after exercise. Thirty minutes before sleep, eight of the men ingested a beverage with 40 grams of casein. Muscle protein synthesis rates were increased in the eight men who consumed the casein beverage before bed. This provided evidence that protein increases postexercise overnight recovery.
    Another studyTrusted Source from 2015 monitored 44 young men as they completed a 12-week resistance training program. All participants consumed a high-protein diet (1.3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight). One group consumed a drink before bed containing 27.5 grams of protein and 15 grams of carbohydrates. The other group received a placebo drink. The group who consumed the protein drink saw greater improvements in muscle strength, muscle size, and muscle fiber size.

    However, both of these studies had limitations. It’s not clear in both studies whether the increase in total daily protein intake or the protein intake specifically before bed resulted in muscle gains.

    However, the overall body of research on protein intake and muscle growth has led the International Society of Sports NutritionTrusted Source to take the stance that “casein protein (~ 30-40 g) prior to sleep can acutely increase MPS [muscle protein synthesis] and metabolic rate throughout the night.” They recommend nighttime protein intake for athletes who train in the early morning without eating, or in the evening after dinner.

    And in a different 2015 studyTrusted Source comparing carbohydrate snacks verses protein snacks before sleep, the protein group had improved metabolism

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