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    Is this another myth?

    I've recently added to my daily intake a yogurt that has 8grams of protein per 100g of it. So i usually take 200grams and a glass of milk, that makes around 30grams of protein, i thought this was a good way to make a natural shake.

    However one friend of mine has been telling me that whey protein is a lot better because it has BCAA, plus its fast absortion and the yogurt is slow absortion. Also i've read in some **** forum that the protein from that yogurt only have one of the nine essencial aminoacids (i have no clue if this is true or not)


    Any thoughts?

    PD: btw im just trying to get my 100g cap intake (i weight 65kg so thats 0,7g x LB)
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    Whey is from dairy poducts... yogurt contains whey and casein. Casein is a pretty good protein too which of course contains a broads spectrum of amino acids just like whey.
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    Originally Posted by xln021 View Post
    I've recently added to my daily intake a yogurt that has 8grams of protein per 100g of it. So i usually take 200grams and a glass of milk, that makes around 30grams of protein, i thought this was a good way to make a natural shake.

    However one friend of mine has been telling me that whey protein is a lot better because it has BCAA, plus its fast absortion and the yogurt is slow absortion. Also i've read in some **** forum that the protein from that yogurt only have one of the nine essencial aminoacids (i have no clue if this is true or not)


    Any thoughts?

    PD: btw im just trying to get my 100g cap intake (i weight 65kg so thats 0,7g x LB)
    Yogurt is great. Perfect source of protein and micronutrients. Ignore your friend.
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    Don't overthink it. If you're eating a variety of protein sources then you'll pretty much get all BCAA's anyway.
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    Yogurt and milk are OK as already mentioned, but you are overestimating the protein content of milk: a glass has approx 4-5 g so with 200 g of yogurt you are around 20 g of protein, not 30.
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