Just had a 115g protine, 590 calorie meal :bigthumb:

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  1. Marijuanair

    Marijuanair Remember to have your pet spayed or neutered! OT Supporter

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    Just had a 115g protein, 590 calorie meal :bigthumb:

    10oz of lemon pepper white albacore tuna steak, and 2 scoops of whey in water :hs:

    Cutting crew :wavey:
     
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  2. MaineSucks

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    oh yeah... Cave had an 1100 cal milkshake with 289g of carbs before
     
  3. cavefish

    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    werd, then I chased it with 50g of isolate. and the shake was closer to 1300 cals.
     
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    thats impressive. weightgainer, milk, oatmeal?
     
  5. cavefish

    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    nah "The Hulk" from smoothie king. It's got ice cream, whey, honey, a fuckton of other shit too. It's really good though.
     
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    99g protien + 1688 calories
    Big Mac + Large Fries
    2 scoops whey in Milk

    Dirty Bulk FTW :big grin:
    (yea I know heart attack around the corner)
     
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    bokhan i love you

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    Hpower GO GATORS

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    can't the body only process so much protein at one time so there is like a limit to how much you should eat at one meal?
     
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    Madness Do not let Dr. Mario touch your genitals. He is no

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    not rly a limit.. whatever can't be processed gets passed..
     
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    OMFG THATS FUCKING SWEETlc
     
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    i just had a can of orange soda :coold:
     
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    hpower is my nigger
     
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    i just had a slice of pizza :run:




    with pepperoni & mushrooms :eek3:
     
  15. Marijuanair

    Marijuanair Remember to have your pet spayed or neutered! OT Supporter

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    Spelled protein wrong again :wtc:
     
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    right, so say you eat 100g and you can only process 60, well you think you got 100g worth of protein but in reality you only got 60. Anyone know the limit.
     
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    Hpower GO GATORS

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    true, no vball for me till next thurs. :wtc:
     
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    im leaving next thursday

    im going to miss vball so much :o
     
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    varies on several factors. most notably the period before/after a workout
     
  20. Skeletor

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    tuna steak more like tube steak am i rite lol.



    Seriously though, can the body really process 115g of protein from just one meal?
     
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    :rofl: jay i didnt know you were from rockledge

    im from melbourne :p
     
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    I don't "think" I got anything, thats just the amount of protien the meal contained. Your body processes how much it needs at a certain time and whatevers left over turns to waste. The "limit" isn't always the same.
     
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  23. Marijuanair

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    :dunno: but it tasted good and was low cal, and if I can absorb it all then it's all the better :fawk:
     
  24. Skeletor

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    truth.



    tuna ftmfw, especially fresh tuna steak
     
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    An important aspect of protein metabolism is how well or how poorly a given protein is digested by the human body. Claims are sometimes made that protein powders (especially predigested or hydrolyzed proteins) are digested more efficiently than whole food proteins. Claims are also occasionally made that vegetable source proteins are more digestible than animal-based.

    Protein digestibility is measured by seeing how much nitrogen is excreted in the feces compared to the amount of nitrogen which is ingested. A correction is made for the amount of nitrogen which is normally lost in the feces. Therefore, digestibility research examines how much more nitrogen is lost over normal levels when a given protein is fed.

    If an individual were fed 5 grams of nitrogen (approximately 30 grams of protein) and 1 gram of nitrogen was excreted in the feces, this would represent a digestibility of 80% (4 grams retained divided by 5 grams consumed). Table 1 shows the digestibility for some common proteins.

    Table 1: Digestibility of common proteins foods

    Food source.......... Protein digestibility (%)
    Egg...................... 97
    Milk and cheese...... 97
    Mixed US diet......... 96
    Peanut butter......... 95
    Meat and fish......... 94
    Whole wheat.......... 86
    Oatmeal................. 86
    Soybeans............... 78
    Rice....................... 76

    Source: National Research Council. Recommended Dietary Allowances, 10th ed. National Academy Press, 1989.

    With the exception of some plant-based proteins, we see that most commonly eaten proteins (e.g. those eaten by bodybuilders) have extremely high digestibilities. Assuming that someone has a normally functioning digestive tract, there is no reason to think that a protein powder will digest significantly better or have a greater impact on growth than a whole food protein (2). Even if a given protein powder did achieve a true digestion of 100% (unlikely, since no process in the body is 100% efficient), this would only mean a 3% difference compared to egg or milk protein. In practical terms, for every 100 grams of protein eaten, there would be a 3 gram difference in intake. While this might be of importance at low levels of protein intake, at the kinds of protein intakes seen in bodybuilders, slight differences in digestibility are unlikely to have a great impact on growth.

    http://www.mesomorphosis.com/articles/mcdonald/protein-02.htm
     
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