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    Natural high sources of proteins ?

    Hi,
    which high protein natural food would you recommend for the diet of a weight lifter ?

    I'm counting on Oats + soy milk, but what else do you guys take when you prefer to "keep it natural" ?

    Cordially,
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    I think soy is questionable becuase I have heard it messes with estrogen.

    What do you mean by natural? Vegitarian? I hope not.

    Natural Foods:

    Chicken Breasts, Salmon, Tuna, Turkey Breast
    Peanut Butter, Nuts, Quality Beef cuts.

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    Thanks for your answer.
    On no ! I didn't meant vegetarian !!

    I just want some "natural" stuff I can easily mix after my training to bring proteins to the tired muscles !

    Koros

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koros
    Thanks for your answer.
    On no ! I didn't meant vegetarian !!

    I just want some "natural" stuff I can easily mix after my training to bring proteins to the tired muscles !

    Koros
    You should still think about a nice after workout shake. at least some whey protien. Get it in the 10lb container from www.allsportsnutrition.com

    10lbs for $38 - http://www.allsportsnutrition.com/li...20USA,%20L.L.C.

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    Well, the point of my message was to try to find alternative "natural" food instead of whey stuff.
    I know they are good, but I just want to see if I can mix something on my own.

    Cordially,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koros
    Well, the point of my message was to try to find alternative "natural" food instead of whey stuff.
    I know they are good, but I just want to see if I can mix something on my own.

    Cordially,
    Koros
    Add egg whites to that list. I love Egg Beaters, no shells to mess with, just dump it out of the carton and cook it up in 5 min.

    I am not sure but I think egg whites would be best because they will be processed faster and get the protien in there quickly which is what you need post workout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottp999
    I think soy is questionable becuase I have heard it messes with estrogen.

    What do you mean by natural? Vegitarian? I hope not.

    Natural Foods:

    Chicken Breasts, Salmon, Tuna, Turkey Breast
    Peanut Butter, Nuts, Quality Beef cuts.
    is there an artical on this about soy, I would like to read up on it more. if so can you post it

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottp999

    Natural Foods:

    Chicken Breasts, Salmon, Tuna, Turkey Breast
    Peanut Butter, Nuts, Quality Beef cuts.
    ....

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    poppa, I have read that in magazines like muscle anf fitness and muscular develpoment. I will look for an article.

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