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    Bad habit from BB.com I think I may of picked up over the years....I only count compete protein grams

    so everyday I'll consume 6eggs, bag mince, 3chicken breasts, milk, 2cans tuna, 2shakes and slow digesting protein for bed (cottage cheese, bit a chicken, milk etc) and it all comes out to 400g exactly

    But should I also be counting, the protein in....the spagehetti with the tuna, and the protein in....the oats with eggs, the oats in the shake, the protein in the baked beans ETC??????


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    overanalyzing bro! Think you shouldn't do that unless you're trying to get back at somebody who boasts that he consumes more protein than you do. Just remember to keep the 'complete protein grams' up.
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    • #3
      cheers boss! Yeah, overanalyzsing come to think of it
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      • #4
        hey is rackitup from sg? or the 'boss' thing just a coincidence?

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        • #5
          Rack, Sit back take a pill and relax, of course you are eating complete proteins, you eaten animals ain't ya, all animals are complete along with beans and legumes, ok so just chill and keep the protein grams up there...
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          • #6
            RED MEAT RED MEAT RED MEAT

            I only switch up when I need a change but it's in this order= steak, beef, hamburger, eggs, etc.

            IMO :dcchomp: :dcchomp: :dcchomp:
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            • #7
              When you mix proteins you really have nothing to worry about as far as amino acid profiles go. Also,,, if you are getting in 2 grams per lb of bodyweight then there is no reason to be concerned with this little stuff. Kind of like hitting a nail with a sledgehammer,,, it is going to go in the board for sure.
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              • #8
                first off, sorry for bumping an old thread but i did a search and i figured it would be better to bump this one rather than create a new thread asking a very similar Qn.

                after reading this thread i am still not 100% sure if you are allowed to include protein from incomplete sources (e.g. bread, oats etc..) as part of your daily count.

                my impression from the responses above is that you can, so long as your complete protein count is still very high.

                to try and rephrase- that the 2g/lb count is for TOTAL protein intake, however the vast majority of this should be from complete sources such as meat.

                can someone please confirm this?? thankyou

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by FMJ
                  to try and rephrase- that the 2g/lb count is for TOTAL protein intake, however the vast majority of this should be from complete sources such as meat.

                  can someone please confirm this?? thankyou
                  yep, that's pretty much how I see it,..... many only count the complete protein however,........ and also it's kinda unavoidable to get the vast majority of the protein from complete protein sources unless you are eating a few lbs of oatmeal a day or something.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Egill
                    yep, that's pretty much how I see it,..... many only count the complete protein however,........ and also it's kinda unavoidable to get the vast majority of the protein from complete protein sources unless you are eating a few lbs of oatmeal a day or something.
                    thanks, just needed confirmation. :o

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jimpaul
                      RED MEAT RED MEAT RED MEAT

                      I only switch up when I need a change but it's in this order= steak, beef, hamburger, eggs, etc.

                      IMO :dcchomp: :dcchomp: :dcchomp:
                      jim
                      what kind of steak do you usually eat ? cause there are alot of different cuts.

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