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    Default time-released energy

    I don't understand "time-released" and "spikes up and down" in the following. Please explain them more easily.

    Scientific syudies also show that protein helps stabilize blood sugar levels when it's consumed with carbs which contributes to a sort of 'time-released' energy as opposed to spikes up and down.

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    Default Re: time-released energy

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    'time-released' energy as opposed to spikes up and down.
    The energy is realeased steadily over a period of time rather than in bursts of high energy with times of low energy in between.
    Last edited by 5jj; 27-Jan-2013 at 13:23. Reason: typo

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