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Excerpt: I've always thought apples were bad because of the sugar, but I also heard something else that someone told me and that apples actually slow down protein absorption oh, so wouldn't that mean that if I was to eat a high-protein meal for dinner and then eat an apple before bed. The protein would digest slower and I would get more benefits right?

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    Apples at night

    I've always thought apples were bad because of the sugar, but I also heard something else that someone told me and that apples actually slow down protein absorption oh, so wouldn't that mean that if I was to eat a high-protein meal for dinner and then eat an apple before bed. The protein would digest slower and I would get more benefits right?

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    Re: Apples at night

    Dont eat sugar at night before bed
    eat the apples in the morning

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    Re: Apples at night

    the fiber in all fruits slows down digestion

    that is why even though fruit has sugar, it will not spike your insulin like refined sugars will.

    to answer your question it would not make any difference with protein this or that by eating an apple before bed. but eating fruit with your meals can help with digestion yes so fruit should absolutely be part of your diet. papaya is one of the best
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    Re: Apples at night

    Who is making up this crap and why are you listening to random people?

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    Re: Apples at night

    Quote Quote posted by poobomma View Post
    I've always thought apples were bad because of the sugar, but I also heard something else that someone told me and that apples actually slow down protein absorption oh, so wouldn't that mean that if I was to eat a high-protein meal for dinner and then eat an apple before bed. The protein would digest slower and I would get more benefits right?
    bro barely sugar in apples, mostly water, but problem with apples is they sprayed and waxed. they picked un ripe and shipped long distance. eat only local apples fresh

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    Re: Apples at night

    Never count sugar in fruit, itís not the same. Eat as much fruit as you can itís primarily water

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    Re: Apples at night

    Steve got this covered

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    I wouldn't overthink this. Eat fruit as a regular part of your diet regardless of protein or when you eat it.
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    Re: Apples at night

    Quote Quote posted by stevesmi View Post
    the fiber in all fruits slows down digestion

    that is why even though fruit has sugar, it will not spike your insulin like refined sugars will.

    to answer your question it would not make any difference with protein this or that by eating an apple before bed. but eating fruit with your meals can help with digestion yes so fruit should absolutely be part of your diet. papaya is one of the best
    i agree with this.

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    Re: Apples at night

    Quote Quote posted by poobomma View Post
    I've always thought apples were bad because of the sugar, but I also heard something else that someone told me and that apples actually slow down protein absorption oh, so wouldn't that mean that if I was to eat a high-protein meal for dinner and then eat an apple before bed. The protein would digest slower and I would get more benefits right?
    Here is a little thread I made about apples a while back.
    https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink/top...ink_source=app

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