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Eggs v Tuna for breakfast

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2008/05/11 21:40:28 (permalink)

Eggs v Tuna for breakfast

What is best or does it not matter?

Just try your hardest





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    brazilianbloke
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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 21:53:30 (permalink)
    i`dnt b able to get tuna down me throat at 7am
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    bullinghope
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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 21:55:48 (permalink)
    lol. yeah can be a chore but if I'm not in the mood I'll blend it. Eggs are getting expensive

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    FatboyGinger
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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 21:56:50 (permalink)
    Egg- 100% biological value
    Tuna = 80%.

    Conclusion- eat eggs.

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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 22:04:59 (permalink)
    I always had tuna down as a real good prot source. How come nobody has eggs for lunch/tea etc?

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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 22:05:12 (permalink)
    eggs have a better biological value and are more diverse for meals. How about tuna and eggs? I take tuna with boiled eggs now and again. Its quite nice.

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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 22:11:16 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: bullinghope

    I always had tuna down as a real good prot source. How come nobody has eggs for lunch/tea etc?

    tuna is a real good prot source, just not as good as eggs. Everybody has eggs for lunch/tea
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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 22:35:31 (permalink)
    If you can do tuna for breakie then good luck to you.
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    RE: Eggs v Tuna for breakfast 2008/05/11 22:38:24 (permalink)
    Tuna is great, eggs are great as well. eat both as people say. Both have a slightly diff BV but both are a good protein sorce. Both will serve you well as are high in protein, just mix and match, dont get caught up in what is best. They are BOTH great sources of protien.

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