Egg protein before bed

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Food wise, I tried to make sure I was getting enough protein, as I am terrible about eating enough protein. The only difference between this attempt and the others was we finally had enough embryos to push things out to a 5 day transfer, which left me feeling a little hopeful.
I eat about eveery 2 hours which I know is good thing.I have a snack before bed too!I vaguely recall something about folks with liver disease not eating after 7:00pm.has anyone else got this info?Over the last 8 months I lost 30 pounds or so.Good cuz now I am 168 and can wear a junior 15 .hard way to loose weight. Been watching the benefit concert on the TV and it floors me that the "Stones"can still jump.
o) I think I'm going to try eating some yogurt before going to bed. I took a Prilosec tablet for the first time earlier tonight. But it's too early to count that out. I'm really at my wits end with this. Everyone seems to think I should try eating yogurt on a daily basis and start a week long regimen of Prilosec and anti-biotics to see if it's H. pylori. Any other suggestions?
Remember, you don't need to eat a lot of animal to get protein. Beans, especially soy, are very good sources of protein, as are nuts and seeds (as with the hemp mentioned above). Lots of ways to get protein.
I am a 25 year old female and my only illness asides from these rotten egg/sulfur burps is Asthma -- since an infant. I have suffered with these burps for years of my life, and sometimes I can go years symptom free. When I was a little girl I'd get an isolated episode, projectile vomit until the veins in my face broke, and then was ok for a good year or so. The burps then started up again last October and were chronic and occurred 3-5 times a week.
Possibly avoiding very fatty foods might cut down on the attacks and try not to eat a large meal before bed time. Somethings that have helps me is chewing gum, at least with the nasty taste in the mouth, if you can tolerate the pain without throwing up then by all means but if you can't handle it sometimes it does help. Only eating crackers, drinking water or even Gatorade could help but you have to make sure it the Gatorade that has no coloring or hardly any coloring in it.
I fasted on juices, I drank water, water, water, I ate only fruit vegetables and lean white meat, I tried going the other way and having a glass of wine before bed....thought I'd try everything. It made no difference if I drank caffeine, or didn't drink caffeine.....ate chocolates or didn't eat chocolates! OK nothing worked. My body was determined to sweat, and sweat it did. I was always washing clothes, washing my hair, washing bedding.
Hi, I know what you are going through. I had my transfer done on the 13th and we tranfered 2 embryos. I have been having slight cramping on and off for the past two days however the the wait until the 27th is unbearable. I as wondering if the cramping is a sign of implantation also my nipples have started to hurt slightly. Seems like we are in this together so I will say a pray for both of us. Good luck!!!!
Since you're going to sleep soon, the last thing your body needs is energy, Carbohydrates=energy, No carbs before bed is a good rule of the thumb. You're better off with high protein and maybe some fat, maybe eggs, hard boiled eggs or egg whites, maybe a little peanut butter and I mean a little as it has 16g of fat per serving, maybe some jerky. #1 option is a protein shake.
hot water with a squeeze of lemon before breakfast gets the metabolism going for the day, helps prevent constipation and is excellent for the skin. though difficult,try not eating 3 hours or more before bed time. chilli helps to speed up metabolism even the milder varieties omelettes can be made just using egg whites! a dramatic reduction in fat. limit salt in cooking.other names for salt include baking soda,baking powder, MSG, and soya sauce. chew sugerless gum.
After my workouts, I feel hungry, so instead of grabbing somthing junky, like cookies, or ice cream that is sitting in our freezer, CALLING my name, I grab some grapes or munch on some baby carrots. And this is almost right before I go to bed. Am I defeting my purpose? Or are those good choices to make when I get those munchies?
After some research I found that Whey is a very fast absorbing protein that has a rapid digest rate, which I believe is the reason for the anxiety, too much energy all at once. After more researching I discovered the wonders of Egg and Casein. Egg protein has about the same quality profile of Whey, however it is a moderate absorbing protein that the body uses over a greater amount of time.
He should eat 3 meals and have snacks between meals using the foods above to be spread out throughout the day. Suggest giving him a late dinner and a snack before bed so hopefully he may not drink so much at night and you can start to wean him off the bottle at night.
On an average day he will eat 2 bananas, an orange, 1 cup of yogurt, 1/2 peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a fruit bar, 2 cups of rice or pasta, 1 cup of beans, 2 slices of cheese, he only drinks water aside from breast feeding before bed. Is this enough? He is very picky and will rarely try new things we always make him the same dinner as us but he wont eat so we break down and make him pasta or rice and beans so he will atleast get something. Also we are vegetarian.
Another protein shake right before going to bed and a few nuts The last month I was drinking some creatine in between workouts which had about 14 g of sugars, maybe this is the cause of the spike?
I asked him about how well I responded to the meds the first time we tried IUI (I had 3 good follies before I O'd early) but he said that was May and this is Aug. He said he doesn't know when I will go into menopause, it could be 3 mo. or 6 mo. or a year. His suggestion was donor eggs (which we can't afford) or that maybe we will catch that one good egg if we're lucky. I just can't believe I will go into menopause before I'm 45! I don't feel that old. How can it happen so fast!
I was told I could eat before I go in but they didn't exactly give me specifics of what's ok. I only know it shouldn't have sugar.
Also, look for foods that are high in fruit and vegetable servings. Joy Renee mentioned protein powders...please read the label before you buy one. I was having problems with morning sickness and was having to set my alarm to get up and eat peanut butter and crackers mid point during the night to prevent the vomiting in the morning. I thought the protein would help me before bed each night and I bought one that said "not intended for pregnant or nursing women" on the back.
1 cup = 8ozs Meat/ beans is 5ozs a day which would equal 1oz at breakfast (egg), 1oz at lunch (meat), 2oz at dinner (meat), and 1oz snack before bed (cheese). Dairy products are 3 cups a day = 1 cup (8oz) at breakfast (milk or yogurt), 1 cup at lunch (milk), and 1 cup at dinner (milk). If he only drinks 1/2 cup then give the other 1/2 cup with a snack between meals. Suggest Pediasure or make your own milkshakes (milk and ice cream blended) instead of Ensure which is for adults.
if you suffer from nasty burps and horrible stomach aches, and heartburn,, it can most likely be from eating tooo much protein and fat, especially animal foods and milk. these things raise the hydroclhoric acid in your stomach. The best and natural cure, and it is better for you and cheaper than going to the doctor. ANd it really works, and FAST!!!! MIx some baking soda with cold water and drink. you will burp for like 5 minutes straight and then you will feel almost brand new again.
Went backwards, hit my head on a brick, broke at least one toe, soaked in Epsom salts, bloody and foot swollen, butt and side throbbing, goose egg on my elbow. Confused. **** this hurts. Back to like my bike wreck. I feel so awful right now. **** **** ****. Thought I had this under control. Apparently not. My foot hurts so bad. My head is swollen. Kids made me stay up until they were assured I didn't have a concussion. Oh. I forgot how much it hurts to fall. Glad my bones are relatively strong.
I would stay away from any high carb snacks before bed and try a yogurt or something high in protein. I also notice that my hunger is worse during certain parts of my cycle. Could this have anything to do with it? Make sure you getting enough water. Water does more good when you drink it and bad when you don't than you can imagine. The only other thing I can think of is to keep a snack at your bedside and eat it if you wake up hungry.
It helps you not get hungry and want to grab something unhealthy. I also try to NOT eat about 3 hours before I go to bed. I hope this helps. Have a great weekend!
You can lower your fasting blood sugar by having a bedtime snack....half hour before you go to bed.....and it must contain PROTEIN. Are you doing that?
I find if I eat a small piece of cheese or a boiled egg with a plain cracker right before bed I don't feel quite so sick in the morning. I also nibble almonds through the day, seems to keep the edge off that sick feeling to have a little protein inside of me.
In any case it will be beneficial for you to take some short term protein supplements with milk before the bed time which will help to improve your health. Ensure that the supplement also contains zinc, magnesium and other trace elements and vitamins. After a few months, stop the supplements and make sure that you get your daily quota of proteins and other nutrients from your food only. Boiled egg white is an easily digestible source of proteins.
I will eat a bowl a cereal..and occasionally have made a late night pancake topped with jelly. Syrup is just too much that late but try peanut butter toast, cereal,sometimes an over med egg with a piece of toast. Something with protein though! Itll make for a satisfying healthy snack.
Take an extra protein shake immediately before going to bed to give your body a ready supply of amino acids to repair your muscles while you sleep. Mix one or two scoops of whey protein with two cups of milk and two tablespoons of flax-seed oil. Make sure to get 7 to 8 hours of restful sleep every night. pick up a few helpful supplements. If you struggle to get all your meals in, due to time constraints, purchase a weight gainer powder and use it one to three times per day in place of meals.
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