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    How many grams of protein in 2lbs of RAW chicken breast (will rep!!)

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    chicken tastes bad enough with out you specifying the 'raw' part.

    'bout tree fiddy?
    I can see that you haven't cleaned the top of your refridgerator in quite some time.
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    200g @ 25g/4 oz.
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    being a personal trainer and bodybuilder, I know there's 7 grams of protein to one ounce of chicken breast, so 16 ounces x 7 grams = 112 grams of protein to one pound of chicken (breast, that is).
    I can see that you haven't cleaned the top of your refridgerator in quite some time.
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    Originally Posted by yzrider400f View Post
    200g @ 25g/4 oz.
    is this sufficient to maintain musculature is I am 200lbs?

    could I go any lower than that?
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    being a personal trainer and bodybuilder, I know there's 7 grams of protein to one ounce of chicken breast, so 16 ounces x 7 grams = 112 grams of protein to one pound of chicken (breast, that is).
    raw or cooked?

    I think there is a difference since raw has more water, right?
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    Originally Posted by SchlongJohn View Post
    is this sufficient to maintain musculature is I am 200lbs?

    could I go any lower than that?
    More than enough. Aim for 1g/1lb of lean mass
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