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    My breakfast this morning!!

    2 Slices of Turkey Bacon 40 calories, 8 grams protein
    2 Servings Southwestern Egg Whites 60 calories, 12 grams of protein
    1 Cup of Oats mixed with 1 Strawberry Cream of Wheat, 60 calories/130 calories, 4/6 grams of protein

    Total: 290 Calories, 30 grams of protein


    and I'm full and happy!

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    Ok...mine was

    10 egg whites/2 yolks = 36g protein, 12g fat
    1 cup oats = 6g protein, 54g carbs, 4g fat
    protein shake = 44g protein, 6g carbs, 3g fat

    I am full and happy too. Of course I just ate again like a couple of hours ago. Lunch is only an hour away too.

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    4whites-2 yolks
    oats with sugar free fat free syrup
    banana

    I went easy cause I need carton of egg whites
    Last edited by chinups; 04-29-2003 at 11:17 AM.

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    1/2 c oats, 6 egg whites and 4 shakes of tabasco

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    8 oz Flank Steak- 396 calories, 59g protein, 15g fat
    2 Whole Eggs- 140 calories, 12g protein, 9g fat

    Total-536 calories
    Fat- 24g
    Protein-71g

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    Ok guys, I'm gonna say something that alot of people probably don't want to hear...

    YOUR BODY CAN'T ABSORB ALL THE PROTEIN YOU FEED IT. If your taking over 40g of protein at once, they are just getting broken down, loosing an amine, and being used as carbs for energy, and being converted to fat or glycogen in your liver.

    Pretty pointless in my opinion. Why not seperate your HUGE ass, protein-overloaded meals by 2 hours or something. At least that way you will use more of that precious protein.

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    Oh that's right....you know my body better than I do. I guess all those years of figuring out what works for me and what doesn't was a waste.

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    Yes rampage, you are correct in a sense, but remember everyone's body assimulates protein differently, it would be hysterical to compare a 120 pound librarian, to a 300 lb plus pro bodybuilder, and give them the one size fits all theroy of how much protein there bodies can assimulate at once. Obviously everyone's protein needs are different, how much protein your body can assimulate, would almost definently be different that someone else.

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    Originally posted by BIG TEXAN
    Oh that's right....you know my body better than I do. I guess all those years of figuring out what works for me and what doesn't was a waste.
    Whoa easy there big guy. No need to get pissy over nothing now. I am just trying to give you some advice. I don't care how large you are, but 134 grams of protein in the morning is an utter waste bro.

    If you don't consider me credible, ask someone who you do consider credible... maybe a mod or a vet. what do you have to loose by speading that meal into 2 parts?

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    134?
    36g from the eggs
    6g from the oats
    44g from the shake
    only comes out to 86g's. No way I'll eat 134 grams of protein in one sitting. Besides it looks all wrong, at 6am I ate the eggs and oats and about 20 minutes later downed a shake before I left for work. I'm cycling right now and the EQ hunger isgetting to me, that's why I added the shake. Other than that the most protein I'll eat in one sitting is roughly 70 grams...and from experience my body can handle it.

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    Originally posted by rampage76

    what do you have to loose by speading that meal into 2 parts?
    Bottom line is that your talking about energy. If your consuming more calories(from P/C/F) than your body needs, its going to be stored. I find that I have to accomodate my goals while still getting enough calories to support and gain muscle. At this point in time, thats no carbs in the morning. Whether I do fats, carbs, or protein, I need 500-600 calories for breakfast to start my day, otherwise I'm coming up short by bed time.

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    Besides this is what my typial diet looks like:

    6am
    36g protein
    40-60g carbs
    15g fat

    9am
    72g protein
    22-44g carbs (depends on dieting or not)
    10g fat

    12pm
    56g protein
    11g carbs
    3g fat

    3pm
    72g protein
    22-44g carbs (depends on dieting or not)
    10g fat

    4pm
    25g protein
    3g carbs
    1.5g fat

    5:30pm
    44g protein
    70g carbs (dextrose)
    3g fat

    6:30pm
    72g protein
    44g carbs

    8pm
    50g protein
    22g carbs

    10:30pm
    32g protein(tuna or egg whites)

    12am
    25g protein
    3g carbs
    1.5g fat

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    Originally posted by Pheedno


    Bottom line is that your talking about energy. If your consuming more calories(from P/C/F) than your body needs, its going to be stored. I find that I have to accomodate my goals while still getting enough calories to support and gain muscle. At this point in time, thats no carbs in the morning. Whether I do fats, carbs, or <a href="http://www.allsportsnutrition.com/listproducts.php?style=category&value=PROTEIN" target="_blank">protein</a>, I need 500-600 calories for breakfast to start my day, otherwise I'm coming up short by bed time.
    Your right in a sense for sure bro. But here's my point..

    Basically you are saying that it doesn't matter where the calories come from to meet your calorie needs for that meal (EITHER P / C not F of course)... but really consuming the calories in the form of P, not C you put much stress on your kidneys and other members of your digestive system. With that in mind, why not find a better source of calories then protein unless you are using it from its unique protein qualities. Your body has to dispose of an amine just to convert the protein into an energy usable form while polysaccarides would be much more efficiently converted into energy... just my advice, i'm not trying to tell anyone that they are wrong, I am just pointing out some nutritional facts that might be relevant.

    If you actually want your body to use the protein as protein, then it would probably be smarter to not consume 80g's every 2 hours since your body is just using that protein as either glucose or glycogen after it stresses your body. i'm not saying that ALL the protein is being wasted in a sense... but just that not all of it is being used the way you probably are hoping.

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    Isn't there some kind of supplement that helps your body absorb protein? I can't remember what it is....

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    probably just a bs claim by another supp company. don't believe 1/100 of what u hear

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    Six strips of bacon
    1.5 cups of oatmeal (Quaker's "Heart Healthy" serving )
    then, about an hour and a half later, six eggs, scrambled.

    --dnb

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    egg whites and 2 strawberry pop tarts....it's my cheat day

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    Originally posted by Needtobeswoledup
    Isn't there some kind of supplement that helps your body absorb <a href="http://www.allsportsnutrition.com/listproducts.php?style=category&value=PROTEIN" target="_blank">protein</a>? I can't remember what it is....

    Ginger Root

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    Meal 1 for me

    4 all whites egg whites
    2 organic whole eggs fortified with omega 3's
    1/2 cup slow cooked oats with sugar free strawberry syrup

    cals=??
    content=??
    fook it, I know I am getting enough in this meal, no need to count:

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    You know I just remembered it was ginger root and was coming on here to post it but you beat me to it. Abstrak do you take ginger root and has it helped you that you noticed? My body seems to have a hard time digesting <a href="http://www.allsportsnutrition.com/listproducts.php?style=category&value=PROTEIN" target="_blank">protein</a> sometimes when I eat a lot of it was thinking about trying some...

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    Meal 1: 8-10 eggs 1/2 whole 1/2 whites, 2 cups (cooked) of oats or cream of wheat, 2 Whole wheat toast w/ PB or Honey, 1 orange. That is pretty typical meal 1, in range of 40-50g P, 120g carbs, not sure on fat not dieting right now, but with yokes must be 30g or so. If you want to get big eat big!

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    Yes , I have noticed it helps me alot. No more upset stomach it seems to be and I feel after a meal I dont get bloated for a long period of time. I will use it from now on.

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    silverfox!!!! Where in the hell have you been hiding? I might be bugging you and Big Al again about peicing together a bulking diet. Ya'll have helped me once before but somehow deleted the damn pm's containing your diet's.

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    1/2 cup 2% cottage cheese
    1/2 cup Quaker oats w/a wee bit of honey, cinnamon, and a sliced up banana

    1/2 protein shake (22 grams protein)

    I actually enjoy breakfast.

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    Breakfast is the best meal of the day!!!! Egg beaters, turkey bacon/turkey sausage and low fat cheese or Steak and eggs. Back in the day it was Golden Grahams, OJ and a glass of milk!! damn I miss those!

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    Originally posted by BamaSlamma
    Breakfast is the best meal of the day!!!! Egg beaters, turkey bacon/turkey sausage and low fat cheese or Steak and eggs. Back in the day it was Golden Grahams, OJ and a glass of milk!! damn I miss those!
    Much agreed, sugary kids cereal was the bomb. Damn now I look forward to kashi, or shreaded wheat and bran . O well.


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    Pain.....you mean the 2 bowls of Fruity Pebbles in the morning isn't good? Now that I miss.

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    lol. no shit - i went from Trix & Orange Juice w/ Sausage & Eggs to egg whites & bacon.

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    Hell Yeah, Fruity Pebbles....I could eat 2 huge ass bowls of that shit!!!

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    This thread got me thinking...Sunday is my cheat day...my cheat meal is definately going to be Breakfast!

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    Originally posted by BamaSlamma
    This thread got me thinking...Sunday is my cheat day...my cheat meal is definately going to be Breakfast!
    I have done this a few times myself. Plus when I cheat sometimes I spend like 40$ at a nice rest. For breakfast I have gotten to 10$ once. hahahaha. I love breakfast.

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