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    Is there anything that could go in your basic whey-muffin besides cinnamon? Let's get creative here people haha

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    I've being thinking about this myself, but does heating protein not break down down the amino's structure? almost depleting the protein? if not I'd add some ground almond (Powder) or maybe sum natural peanut butter or even vanilla extract
    Baked choco protein muffin sounds good!!

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    Whenever you cook something the nutrients deplete a little bit. The higher the temperature the more the protein breaks down.

    But whey muffins sounds really yummy.

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    marc lobliner and his wife have shown some nice recipes using whey

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    7 threads down the page:

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/for...s-recipes.html

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    Talked to one of my dad's buddies about this, he did his doctorate research an all that on the subject. He said the cooking process is detrimental to the biological activity of the protein, but I've read in other sources that cooking breaks down the structure of protein in a beneficial way, allowing to body to process it with less effort (calories). So maybe lightly cooked protein post-workout an work towards uncooked later in the day? (I lift first thing in the morning)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownToBusiness View Post
    Talked to one of my dad's buddies about this, he did his doctorate research an all that on the subject. He said the cooking process is detrimental to the biological activity of the protein, but I've read in other sources that cooking breaks down the structure of protein in a beneficial way, allowing to body to process it with less effort (calories). So maybe lightly cooked protein post-workout an work towards uncooked later in the day? (I lift first thing in the morning)
    I think it depends on the protein.

    I know some of them - like egg protein - is more beneficial to us when very slightly warmed. The practicality is that you need to eat your eggs cooked but mostly runny (yolk and white) to get the best out of them. Yuck.

    But using conventional whey protein powder I'm not sure about... I am leaning towards thinking the actual cooking process would denature it to a point where it's not nearly as potent... but I stand to be corrected.
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    Eggs need to be cooked because they have anti-nutrients in them when they're raw that won't let you absorb all the protein.

    And yes, cooking protein denatures it...for the most part.

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    Whey is denatured when you eat it period. I dare you to argue with Layne on Denatured protein, a lot of misinformation in here.

    E-mail him and link him to this thread biolayne@yahoo.com

    Ask him about denaturing protein and microwaving/baking with protein. You will be surprised at your over analyzation. Just a thought.

    "Denatured protein is also known as a whey hydrolyzed protein. When you hydrolyze a protein, what you're doing is basically changing the structure of the protein permanently. The peptide bonds that are present in protein are broken. However, despite the change in the structure of the protein, denatured protein still contains all of the amino acids that are found in other forms of whey protein. As a result, denatured proteins are still nutritionally beneficial. They are especially beneficial to bodybuilders who use denatured proteins. They help aid in protein absorbance and protein digestion since the protein is already broken down."

    "Denaturing for proteins means that the protein molecule looses its shape. I.E. the bonds between the various aminos that give the protein its bend and structure are broken. The aminos themselves are not broken down. Therefore, all the components are still there..... its just not still folded up in its original way."
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    I learned that in grade 12 biology class. I'm not arguing anything. I just stated that it was denatured.

    The amino acids aren't just gonna disappear.

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    Yeah but aminos seem more... idk fragile? I wouldnt nuke BCAA-water for sure haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by majavojnovic View Post
    Whenever you cook something the nutrients deplete a little bit. The higher the temperature the more the protein breaks down.

    But whey muffins sounds really yummy.
    My friend makes them ALL the time. They are tasty little treats
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    When i was on strict diet, i ate a lot of oatmeal pancake after work-out.
    whatyou need is grinded outmeal mixed with low fat cottage cheese, some sweeteners and soda-water, then fry in a pan. Then i mix Whey protein with some warm water, so it becomes pudding-like, wrap in the pancake. It's very tasty :P
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