What do you mean, "too close to bed time"? Your body doesn't care what time it is, when it comes to burning calories. The old myth about eating after a certain time is just that... a myth.
Not eating close to bedtime is about personal comfort, and every person's different. Evening snacking can be a problem for many people, but not because eating after a certain time goes "straight to fat" or whatever the saw is. It's because they're more likely to go over their calorie ranges.
Now, with all that said, may I ask what the isolate's for? Most people who get a balanced diet that includes plenty of lean, whole protein don't need a protein supplement.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 8/31/2013 (22:43)
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