I need OT help with my problem

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  1. AKing

    AKing It's like we've got each others backs

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    Ok I started my new refreshed routine and i've been basically doing cardio 5x a week and resistence training 3x a week. I do HIIT monday - friday. The weekends are basically my rest days where i have 1 cheat meal and get plenty rest. I've notice lately after i consume whey in the morning with my oatmeal that later when the oatmeal has been processed i get these huge tension headaches, around my neck and head. I wanted to know if anyone else is experiancing this ?
     
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    so im guessing 5 days of hiit is bad
     
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    are you having it with milk?
    are you sure its whey protein?
    casein could cause the headaches. perhaps the protein isnt a pure as it should be?
    could also try an isolate protein, or a soy protein.
     
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    AKing It's like we've got each others backs

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    I just have ON's classic choclate. I'm certain that its the whey seeing that when i would drink whey mixed with water i would recieve the same type of tension. I just wanted to check and see if its the whey. I consume 10 glasses of water a day so i know my intake on water is good.
     
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