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Jilla82
09-06-2002, 09:03 PM
Im 200 pounds, and from what I read that means I should get 200 grams of protein a day. How in the world am I supposed to get all of that protein?? How do you guys do it?

seanilles
09-06-2002, 09:06 PM
As a big guy, I have a problem with this too....

Three MRPs per day: 140 grams
Two Cottage Cheeses per day: 60 grams
Two Chicken Breasts per day: 60 grams

260 grams right there.

****, I'm eating that much protein?

Also wanted to add that my diet is basically around 2000 calories per day.

Jilla82
09-06-2002, 10:51 PM
I didnt know cottage cheese had that much protein in it. Ill get some and eat it w/ my eggs for breakfast.

What are MRPs?

pearl
09-07-2002, 03:20 AM
MRP- meal replacement powder, specially designed powder containig protein, carbohydrates, some fat, and probably some other stuff like free aminos, creatine, vitamins, minerals

i, 6' 2" and sotimes i go up to 300 g per day:

2 large boneless skinless chicken breasts- 100g protein approx
3 milk and egg protein powder= 150g protein total
1 liter fat free yoghurt- 35 g protein
sometimes tuna
sometimes some eggs- up to 4
60g whey postworkout- never skip this one.
30-60g of protein form aminoacid tablets

over 6 meals a day is a must.
i used to eat 200g per day topt and i hardly made any progress.
after you will start to eat right, you will observe incredible gains
you cannot jump directy into this, start increasing your protein intake gradually, see how much your body cand handle.

ccwgriff
09-07-2002, 03:30 PM
If you split your protien up over the course of the day(six meals), then it only averages out to 33.34 grams per serving.@ 200lbs

Jilla82
09-07-2002, 05:32 PM
Originally posted by pearl

3 milk and egg protein powder= 150g protein total
What is this??

Wizard
09-07-2002, 06:02 PM
I suppose he means that he gets 3 servings of mink and egg protein powder (supplement).
Each serving contains -obviously- 50 grams of protein, so he s got an accumulative total of 150grams of protein coming from this source.

Jilla82
09-07-2002, 06:10 PM
ehh, its 8pm and I only ate 3 times so far. Guess ill make a protein shake now even though I just finished eating

pearl
09-08-2002, 06:23 AM
yes, i have a supplement called milk and egg.
each serving provides 49 g protein.
i take 3 servings per day totalizing 150 g protein approx.

Stray
09-08-2002, 06:45 AM
Jilla just eat smaller meals

Jilla82
09-08-2002, 07:56 AM
Originally posted by pearl
yes, i have a supplement called milk and egg.
each serving provides 49 g protein.
i take 3 servings per day totalizing 150 g protein approx. what kind of form is it in? a powder?

Rock
09-08-2002, 07:59 AM
Wizard,hahahahaha you said Mink!!!! woho, what Wizard ment was, 3 servings of freshly pressed spink, ehm spanky spink, or spinky spank, or minky spank, or MILK, hehe.

pearl
09-08-2002, 05:41 PM
yes, powder. contains mainly casein.
i put about half a liter of water in a shaker with it, shake it, and drink it.
sometimes at night, i take 3 scoops, totalizing 72 g protein, some digestive enzimes and silimarin capsules, and go to bed.
this will keep the aminoacid flow in my blood for a good amount of time, preventing the so called "night catabolism"

Wizard
09-08-2002, 07:16 PM
Originally posted by Rock
Wizard,hahahahaha you said Mink!!!! woho, what Wizard ment was, 3 servings of freshly pressed spink, ehm spanky spink, or spinky spank, or minky spank, or MILK, hehe.
Bwhaha!! I didn't notice that.. lol

Gotta catch them all!! But hey, mink is a great source of protein,why not??