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    Someone once told me that having a high fat meal with your protein in your pre bed meal was really good for you.

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    What type of fat, not trans or saturated fats?

    I do have some almonds before bed with when applicable.
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    I've recently changed my last meal to Protein shake with full fat milk + 15 almonds


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    I will have some fats normally almonds, olive oil or mac oil with my protein before bed if Iam not having milk with it because it slows the protein right down getting into the system - so if your not having anything for 6,7,8 hours its great!


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    Yeah it slows down digestion, also try to eat a casein protein with it, like cottage cheese.


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    For as long as i remember, i have had cottage cheese and fish oil tabs about within the half hour before bed. Sometimes i'll have some tuna, broccoli, milk etc with it aswell.

    Always a fat/protein meal for me, try to limit carbs late at night.
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    so olive oil in a protein shake makes it slow absorbing?

    How much olive oil would you need?


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    I now have this as my last meal before bed.
    1 x Scoop of Micellar Casein
    250ml Organic UnHomogenised Milk
    1 x Tablespoon of Coconut Oil


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