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  • More than 3.5 grams per kilogram of bodymass

    59 9.55%
  • 3.0 - 3.5 grams

    66 10.68%
  • 2.5 - 3.0 grams

    97 15.70%
  • 2.0 - 2.5 grams

    206 33.33%
  • Less than 2 grams

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Thread: How much you eat protein per day..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Editorial View Post
    So the topic is gym rats and protein intake..

    PS. The last option is: "I dont eat protein at all, because it will shrink my penis.."
    Protein doesnt shrink your meat....

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    whats the deal with prohormones causing birth defects

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebaxt View Post
    whats the deal with prohormones causing birth defects
    What the hell does that have to do with protein.

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    This poll sucks...why the hell is it kilograms per pound?

    I answered incorrectly because I assumed it to be grams per pound.

    Are there actually bodybuilders that DON'T eat 1.5 grams per pound?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper52 View Post
    Protein doesnt shrink your meat....
    It's called a 'joke' Kasper52...

    Everyone knows excessive protein consumption casues severe testicular atrophy, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsta View Post
    99.9% of people truly have no idea how much they really eat as very few put everything on a scale prior to cooking. In all the years I've been in this sport not once did someone send me their diet and had an accurate count. Most dont even count the protein from carbs let alone get an accurate calculation on the proteins themselves.

    Ask 1000 people how much protein in 200 grams chicken on a scale and you will get 1000 answers.
    62 grams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roleoneaux View Post
    62 grams.

    What do I win?
    Absolutely nothing as you are off by over 10 grams. The question pertains to its raw form as does everything else according to USDA food labels.

    Thank you for exemplifying my post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vargasty View Post
    1.75g-2 g per lb. of body weight. I try to stay at about 10% bf. Protein builds muscle and if you are busting your ass in the gym, I feel you can go as high as 2 g per lb. of body weight, unless you are veyr obese and in that case you are just going to remain FAT. If you are bulking especially, excess protein can do no harm. i'd rather eat excess protein to feel full then excess carbs or fat any day.
    you are joking right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johngorman View Post
    you are joking right?
    Hes not joking. He just doesnt understand the simple process of the 3 macros.

    I know thbis sounds crazy but many have decided to by pass the basics and jump right into the advanced classes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsta View Post
    Absolutely nothing as you are off by over 10 grams. The question pertains to its raw form as does everything else according to USDA food labels.

    Thank you for exemplifying my post.
    It's over by 18grams based on the label attached to the Polish-imported skinless chicken breasts commonly found in UK supermarkets - 22g/100g raw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rightyho View Post
    It's over by 18grams based on the label attached to the Polish-imported skinless chicken breasts commonly found in UK supermarkets - 22g/100g raw.
    USDA puts it at 23.4/100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsta View Post
    Absolutely nothing as you are off by over 10 grams. The question pertains to its raw form as does everything else according to USDA food labels.

    Thank you for exemplifying my post.
    i know there are differences btwn 7oz cooked chicken breast vs 7oz raw chicken breast. It's just that I cook in bulk, not 7oz at a time. I cook 5lbs of chicken from a frozen bag at one time and just go with 1oz chicken=6g protein (cooked).

    How do you determine yours? (same goes for uncooked rice/grains... although I can measure oats easily beforehand... but i cook rice in bulk)

    I'm thinking of weighing all the meat thawed, then weight it all after its cooked and dividing it up that way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULK_CITY View Post
    i know there are differences btwn 7oz cooked chicken breast vs 7oz raw chicken breast. It's just that I cook in bulk, not 7oz at a time. I cook 5lbs of chicken from a frozen bag at one time and just go with 1oz chicken=6g protein (cooked).

    How do you determine yours? (same goes for uncooked rice/grains... although I can measure oats easily beforehand... but i cook rice in bulk)

    I'm thinking of weighing all the meat thawed, then weight it all after its cooked and dividing it up that way?
    if you dont weigh your food raw, you have no way of know how much you are eating. measuring after food is cooked is a sure fire way to get differing amounts. just weigh it raw!!! that's what the label says, raw weights- there is NO WAY to tell how much of anything is in your food once it's cooked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULK_CITY View Post
    I'm thinking of weighing all the meat thawed, then weight it all after its cooked and dividing it up that way?
    exactly bro! weigh the 5lbs thawed, multiply #oz x 6.6g protein/oz, this get s your total protein content. then cook it and re-weigh it, then divide new weight by protein content to get g protein per ounce. I've done this a thousand times, and it comes out to 9g protein/oz. But thats because I always cook it the same way.

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    right now 1.5 g per lbm

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    I eat one and a half grams of protine per pound of body weight anything else is just a waste.

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    i eat no protein...100% natural

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