Fitness Nutrition

Bedtime protein – 4 key questions answered

It is vital that fighters get a regular dose of bedtime protein, so nutritionist Robert Seaborne explains which type, how much and more

4. What does this look like in food?

SLOW-RELEASE protein comes from dairy-based produce, such as milk, cottage cheese, yoghurt and casein protein supplements. Fast-release proteins come from fish, meat and whey protein supplements. To combine the two, a perfect bedtime protein snack would be 500ml of milk and a salmon and cream cheese bagel. A whey-and-casein-mixed protein shake (with milk) is a good alternative to food.

Robert Seaborne BSc (Hons), MS

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