TheETG post-workout nutrient consumption…..
The main purpose of a workout is to induce production of specific proteins cells need in order for the body to function at a higher level, thus empowering improved performance. I drive added cell protein production beyond what the workout alone has induced by consuming a combo drink of protein + carbo that drives insulin level. Insulin is perhaps the most powerful anabolic hormone in the human body. The increase along side providing protein stimulates both, further gene transcription and translation beyond what the workout itself achieves.
To some degree the beverage is an immune system stimulator. Immune system cells not only clean up debri in brain, nerve, and muscle tissue, but also produce growth factor substances that aid cell and tissue building for improvement in functioning.
Within 5 – 10 minutes post-workout while still at the track and during the walk home I begin consumption of the beverage. It also contains significant amounts of micronutrients.

It also provides the critical range of carbos 20 – 40 grams allowing one to strike while your blood flow is still relatively high and thus a greater rate of delivery of carbos to brain, nervous system, immune system, and muscle during the first 20 – 30 minutes. That results in greater carbo available for fuel for post-workout cell function, greater carbo available for fuel for local immune system cells doing their required jobs that enhance workout recovery and forward movement of cellular fitness level, and greater carbo available for storage as glycogen to be used for fuel in the next race or the next workout.

—– starting within 5 to 10 minutes Post-workout
Post-workout beverage provides…..protein and micronutrients
The form of protein contained in the post-workout beverage is whey protein.
whey protein……
— includes cysteine…….which increases glutathione
— gluthatione increased more with whey protein
— better increase in insulin compared to caseinate
— better muscle protein synthesis in whey compared to caseinate
— higher blood levels of essential amino acids in whey compared to caseinate
— higher blood levels of leucine in whey compared to caseinate
— The two main whey proteins……a-lactalbumin and ß-lactoglobulin
— enhances neutrophil function, increases lymphocytes
– alpha-lactalbumin…..contains tripeptide [Glycine-Leucine-Phenylalanine]
— enhances macrophage function
– alpha-lactalbumin…..high tryptophan content has neurological impact

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