Would it be best to consume the fats(olive oil) before (with my whey) i do my morning cardio, or after, with the carbs?
I reckon the boost it would give to the what i am guessing are lower then usual test level you`d have when you wake up and so increase fat loss and decrease muscle loss? But what about the energy it would give you?
What is the point (and difference) of buying BCAAs/EAAs? Wouldn`t it be like *eating food with an incomplete AA profile making it bad at maintaining/building muscle?
Wouldnt you be better off with a regular shake due to the presence of all AAs?
During morning cardio, would the body utilise the energy from the shake and in doing so kind of throw off the whole point of morning cardio?
So would it be better to use the BCAAs/EAAs due to there only being a few grams of them and hence not much energy and possible only the most important ones for maintaining muscle are present?
But would such small amounts of AAs and only a handful at max of them be able to sufficiently feed all the muscles?
So say one consumed fats and a shake before morning cardio, wouldnt that be way too much energy and again throw off the whole point of morning cardio?
How long should you wait to begin cardio after you consume your protein/AAs (and fats if you`re consuming them as well)?
*(ignore absorption diff betw liquids and solids assuming its not part of the answer)
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