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2015/01/28 15:08:03 (permalink)
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Meat protein, best option?

If you can pick, which is the best meat to comsume for the highest protein, and least added fats/other bad bits etc.
 
 
I don't mind the taste of any so i'd pick the best option.
 
 
 
I'm guessing a good cut of steak just beats anything with alot of the fat off?
 
 
 
Also how is pork compared to say chicken or turkey?
 
 
 
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    ACdood
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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/28 15:09:47 (permalink)
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    Venison mate. Never see a fat deer


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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/28 15:12:55 (permalink)
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    Beef has the most ideal profile of aminos, chicken is the easiest to absorb.
    Turkey has less fat content.
    Ideally a mixture of Red and white meats is desirable in your diet.
    I eat a mixture of meats, taste is important, its no fun forcing down tasteless food.

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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/28 15:17:08 (permalink)
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    Dumbat

    Beef has the most ideal profile of aminos, chicken is the easiest to absorb.

    Turkey has less fat content.

    Ideally a mixture of Red and white meats is desirable in your diet.

    I eat a mixture of meats, taste is important, its no fun forcing down tasteless food.




    Agreed. Chilies and spices make any meat grand.


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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/29 09:00:58 (permalink)
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    ACdood
    Venison mate. Never see a fat deer




    I've seen a few on my local dance floor....
     
    As for the original question, I try to rotate my protein sources... Beef, chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, venison, fish, eggs to name a few. Eat them all and enjoy the glorious gains. 

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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/29 09:43:51 (permalink)
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    Venison mate. Never see a fat deer




    I've seen a few on my local dance floor....
     
    As for the original question, I try to rotate my protein sources... Beef, chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, venison, fish, eggs to name a few. Eat them all and enjoy the glorious gains. 


    Ha, yes those deers with the blue rinse can have quite a high fat content. though it could be said that they have been aged well............. Or not in some cases.
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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/29 22:50:51 (permalink)
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    insects/larvae are very high in protein content, give them a try
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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/29 22:55:30 (permalink)
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    pork's not as good a protein source as chicken & turkey.
     
    my favourite protein source is a nice ribeye
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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/01/30 09:04:47 (permalink)
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    faipdeooiad
    pork's not as good a protein source as chicken & turkey.
     



    I believe it has a lower Leucine content, but it taste amazing! 

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    Re: Meat protein, best option? 2015/02/02 07:55:38 (permalink)
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    The highest protein meat isn't always the best.... rabbit has a very high protein content as well as a very unbalanced fat/protein ratio.... which is why a man can still starve to death eating rabbit everyday... just something to weigh into the equation when factoring the best meat/protein.
     
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