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2008/05/14 14:24:03 (permalink)

Protein Foods


I can't have any supplements (parents eh...typical) only " upper klamouth blue green algea ", and i don't think i'm getting enough protein, i'm guessing i have about 60g to 80g on a good day - feel free to post up any protein foods ive missed out =

eggs.
biscuit (digestives).
toast/bread.
rice pud/mullerice.
chop/steak (i have to admit i don't these to chewy)
cheese/cottage cheese
Bolognaize.
chocolate bar.
yogurt.
fish.
ham.

thats all i can think of at the moment ive probably missed some out.
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    RE: Protein Foods 2008/05/14 14:29:37 (permalink)
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    I can't have any supplements (parents eh...typical) only " upper klamouth blue green algea ", and i don't think i'm getting enough protein, i'm guessing i have about 60g to 80g on a good day - feel free to post up any protein foods ive missed out =

    eggs.
    biscuit (digestives).
    toast/bread.
    rice pud/mullerice.
    chop/steak (i have to admit i don't these to chewy)
    cheese/cottage cheese
    Bolognaize.
    chocolate bar.
    yogurt.
    fish.
    ham.

    thats all i can think of at the moment ive probably missed some out.


    Theres a few things on there that I would not classify as a significant source of protein (e.g. the biscuits, bread, rice and chocolate). Off the top of my head other good sources include chicken/ turkey (particularly skinless if you are watching your fat), skim milk, soy, quark, etc.
    post edited by alin1975 - 2008/05/14 14:30:12
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    RE: Protein Foods 2008/05/14 14:56:27 (permalink)
    How much protien do you have a day lol i bet its much more than what i have...anyway i do train ALOT so hopefully that'll help..........i hope lol
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    RE: Protein Foods 2008/05/14 21:59:44 (permalink)
    Of course it will help. Just remember the three things that make or break any program... 1. training, 2. diet, 3. rest

    Its a little like a three legged stool. Neglect one enough and the whole thing collapses.

    To answer your question, I am actually not intaking as much protein as I might these days. I go for 5 meals with about 30 grams in each... so about 150 grams.

    Good luck with your training.
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    RE: Protein Foods 2008/05/16 10:30:33 (permalink)
    Chicken
    Tuna
    Porridge
    nuts
    eggs
    cheese
    post edited by luv2vexx - 2008/05/16 10:32:43
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