maybe a dumb question but for example I train for about 60 minutes and do 30min liss cardio afterwards.
when I finish I drink my whey isolate thats about 30g protein 1g carb 1g fat.
Since the body wants to replenish my glyogen stores , will he use this protein as a energy source and will convert it into carbs?
I heard you have to drink carbs with whey so this dont happens.
I always like to drink my whey cause it satisfy my sweet tooth postworkout (not because of the anabolic window)
is a process that occurs under specific conditions such as caloric deficits and low/zero-carb intake. That makes it kind of a "negative feedback" mechanism, meaning the body does it when it detects the need to.
If you have enough calories and/or carbs in your system from previous meals, you may be okay. Also, it's doubtful that your body will convert ALL of the whey (provided you're consuming enough)
into glucose since, once your body has enough in circulation, it should stop making/converting more for reasons I mentioned.
There's no one-size-fits-all formula here. Everybody responds a little bit differently to training AND nutrition. Don't be afraid to experiment with different amounts of carbs, proteins, fats, and calories to learn what works best for you.