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2008/05/11 15:45:44 (permalink)

protien

hi every1 im bak

after a little break and some guidense from people on this site iv sorted out my diet but i need to boost my protien up a little so wot would you suggest i eat or drink to get some more protien into my diet im allready on the shakes so something differant please

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    rob161
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 16:06:46 (permalink)
    well youv'e sorted your diet so i presume your having plenty of protein from your meals?
    eggs chicken turkey etc.

    other than with meals i find handfuls of nuts and tubs of cottage cheese between meals and b4 bed boost protein intake quite nicely.

    whats your diet like btw?
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 17:25:30 (permalink)
    my diet is as follows

    6.30am.a boul of porage

    10.am.50grams of rice and halv a tin of tuna

    12.00pm a protien shake

    2.30pm. 50 grams of rice and halv a tin of tuna

    5.30pm.5 fryed egg white on 2 pieses of toast

    protien shake before a work out if i can stomak it

    i really cant stand cottage cheese and i cant aford all these exspensive protein shakes

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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 18:06:24 (permalink)
    what are your goals?
    cos im not quite sure why your only having half tins of tuna in one meal?
    you could also do with adding eggs to your brekfast, your having no protein there?

    maybe the shake before the workout isnt imperative, but it appears you have no protein shake or meal after training, or am i reading it wrong?
    and if your last meal is at 5.30 then thats a 13 hour gap till you next eat! thats far too long.
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 18:10:28 (permalink)
    do drop the protein shakes and stsrat eating real food man, that diet is low in healthy fats, veggies and fruit and low in protein

    newbie article in the sig is the place where you should start
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 18:35:58 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: rob161

    what are your goals?
    cos im not quite sure why your only having half tins of tuna in one meal?
    you could also do with adding eggs to your brekfast, your having no protein there?


    maybe the shake before the workout isnt imperative, but it appears you have no protein shake or meal after training, or am i reading it wrong?
    and if your last meal is at 5.30 then thats a 13 hour gap till you next eat! thats far too long.


    oats are not bad, they do contain about 11% protein, but its hard to consume 100g of oats without drinking them. Eggs and oats would be good.
    A whole can of tuna won't kill you :)
    As above, 13 hours and your body will go catabolic.

    "Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true."
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 18:39:21 (permalink)
    i know what you mean bout 100g oats!!
    i used to struggle with em but after a few weeks i got used to the amount, now i look forward to em!

    i understand that oats do contain some protein, but i think a source is needed with high quality protein in it.

    im not sure if its the right approach and many people will probably disagree but i wouldnt really count the protein from oats, i tend to treat them soley as a carb source and rely on the majority of my protein from animal sources and some supps.
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    RE: protien 2008/05/11 19:49:40 (permalink)
    my goal now is to cut as iv done the wait loss bit i was 14 and a halv stone and im 12 and a halv now.

    im not really a big fan of tuna thats y im olny having the haiv tins but i cant stand the rice on its own im really fussy wot i eat im used to eating macdonalds and drinking larger.

    please feel free to suggest wot i should be eating and wen thanks
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