Originally Posted by Venom
When experiments say a value is "significantly" greater it is a statistical term that means that there is only a 5% chance that these results were due to errors, rather than the intervention actually causing real differences. It says absolutely nothing about the magnitude that it was greater. For that, take a look at the tables and just do the stats from that. Then tell us...it'll be a good learning exercise.
Whey hydrosylte is 18.4% more effective (as measured by glycogen levels) as whey protein and 83.5% more effective than caesin. Right???