# Thread: How can you get 150 grams of protein daily NATURALLY?

1. ## How can you get 150 grams of protein daily NATURALLY?

Can someone inform me? I don't want to use supplements or any of that crap.
Btw, is it okay to have like 1 molto/coke a day?

2. coke is fine when bulking imo, people will say its fine when cutting also, but i stay clear while cutting.

150gram protein is pretty easy to get fomr foods.

1egg- 7gram protein
cup milk- 8gram
4oz chicken breast- 20 or so
small can tuna-20 gram protein
2tablespoon pb- 8gram

3. Originally Posted by startingtotrain
coke is fine when bulking imo, people will say its fine when cutting also, but i stay clear while cutting.

150gram protein is pretty easy to get fomr foods.

1egg- 7gram protein
cup milk- 8gram
4oz chicken breast- 20 or so
small can tuna-20 gram protein
2tablespoon pb- 8gram
Okay, let's say 2eggs in the morning = 14 grams. One cup of milk = 8 grams so in the morning 14+8 = 24 grams. Lunch, I always eat meat/chicken in lunch so I'll add another 20 grams summing it up to 44 grams of protein so far, dinner, tuna 20 grams making that a 64 grams of protein total. Whats a 'pb' tablespoon? Hmm, 64 grams of protein, still need more. How do I get that up to 150?

4. Okay, let's say 2eggs in the morning = 14 grams. One cup of milk = 8 grams so in the morning 14+8 = 24 grams. Lunch, I always eat meat/chicken in lunch so I'll add another 20 grams summing it up to 44 grams of protein so far, dinner, tuna 20 grams making that a 64 grams of protein total. Whats a 'pb' tablespoon? Hmm, 64 grams of protein, still need more. How do I get that up to 150?
Eat more food! Two eggs?! You call that breakfast?

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5. holy **** 5'4

6. you gotta forget the one cup of milk and drink minimum 2l everyday. throw in some chicken breasts every 3 hours and you ll get there

7. Originally Posted by Monyistbitu
Okay, let's say 2eggs in the morning = 14 grams. One cup of milk = 8 grams so in the morning 14+8 = 24 grams.
double the amount of eggs you eat and add a scoop of whey to your milk.

Originally Posted by Monyistbitu
Lunch, I always eat meat/chicken in lunch dinner
If you are eating less than 20-30 grams of protein, then bump up the amount of lean meats you are eating here.

Originally Posted by Monyistbitu
dinner, tuna 20 grams
up the amount. If you only eat 3 meals a day, then you will need to bump up the amount of protein you eat in each meal. Another option is to add some protein snacks during your day. For example, keep your three meals and add two protein shakes, one between breakfast and lunch and another between lunch and dinner.

8. 2 cans of tuna = 50g of protein

9. I got to 205 g protein easily yesterday with only one protein shake...1/2 large can tuna for 20 g protein, 9 g protein in my oatmeal with 1/2 cup milk, 10 g protein in my cup of eggnog, 20 g protein in the other half can of tuna, 4 g protein in my bread, 8 g protein in a 16 oz cappuccino, 45 g protein in a bag of beef jerky, 38 g protein in a large can of tuna, 2 g protein in a banana, 14 g protein in 6 oz greek yogurt, 3 g protein in half a serving of almonds.

Then I got 35 more grams in my protein/the cup of milk in my shake. It's not that hard. Didn't even have eggs/egg whites yesterday

10. If you're eating 4oz (100g) servings of meat you're a pussy

And actually chicken has more like 30g per 4oz

I get like 350g of protein a day just by trying to meet my calorie intake...

11. What you don't eat carbs... They contain protein also. And you should eat like 5-6x a day

12. Well whey does help, but I get 275 grams a day from food usually, just throw in a shake for the extra calories, and a little more protein never hurt.So in conclusion, OP, if I can get 300-330 grams in a day, then you can get 150 a day.

13. i get in 160 grams of protein on rest days without a shake bro its not hard just eat
i also love all meats

14. 4 eggs 35g, wut? 1 egg has got about 6g so 4 would be about 24g.

how many grams in 2 litres of milk?

15. 150g protein from food is easy, but a protein shake will not hurt you in any way. You're harming yourself by eating any one thing in the grocery store just as much, if not more than any sports supplements.

16. Eat 3 porkchops theres 60g. Drink a bunch of Milk also, easy cals and protein. Cottage cheese isn't bad before bed either. 1cup(and its good) = 26g.

17. lmfao wow, really? I'm doing UD 2.0 right now, and on my depletion days I EASILY get 200+.

For somebody looking to build mass, your diet should look something like:

7:30 AM: 4 whole eggs, 1 cup oats in 1 cup milk - ~40 grams
11:30 AM: 1 can tuna in two slices 12 grain bread, ~40 grams
3 PM: Chicken/Steak/Fish + carb, >30 g
4 PM: 2 cups milk, ~20 g
5 PM: Meat + Carb, > 30 g
7 PM: Meat + Carb, > 30 g
10 PM: 1 cup cottage cheese, 30 g

I have 220 there with relative ease, and you could even knock off an egg in the morning, reduce your protein throughout your other meals, and you'd still be okay. 150 g is nothing..

18. Originally Posted by Monyistbitu
Can someone inform me? I don't want to use supplements or any of that crap.
Btw, is it okay to have like 1 molto/coke a day?
I would stear clear of coke but it's up to you. It won't add any protein.

150g is actuall VERY easy. 4oz of lean cooked chicken breast is about 30-35g of protein right there. The best way is to eat more than 3 meals (doesn't have to be 6, but having 4-5 will help a lot). Here's an example (supplement-free):

Breakfast: 8oz Milk; 3 Whole Eggs; 2 Pieces of Toast (30g protein)
Snack: Handful of Almonds (About 10g of protein)
Lunch: 6oz of Chicken; Peanut Butter Sandwicg (about 50g of protein)
Snack: Handful of Almonds; 8oz of Milk (About 15g of protein)
Dinner: 6oz of Chicken or Steak; 1 Cup of Rice; Vegetables (About 50g of Protein)

So That's about 155g right there or so.. if you need more just eat more eggs or meat.

19. Gotta dissagree with this. Some protein powders have been proven or contain contaminants and therefore would not be as safe as a bottle of spring water or an apple.

20. But less safe than coke?

Just buy some quality powder. ON sells 100% natural whey if OP wants to avoid artificial ingredients. I've used it and its alright. Clumps a little too much in milk for my taste, but its not a bad powder. Their natural casein is a good product also.

With that said, most of your calories and protein should come from whole food sources. The powder is only to supplement.

21. 2 eggs... I can usually take in about 6-8 eggs, 20 oz of whole milk, and some toast with peanut butter on it for breakfast. You may feel stuffed but that is the point if you want to gain mass.

22. Why would you not use protein powder?

Just wondering, unless you are loaded and have infinite free time

23. just inject it

24. ear more beef
1 lb can easily contain over 100 g, and easily 800 cals, even if your eating poor-quality meat

25. breakfast - two cups of oats = 18g, 6 eggs = ~20g, 16oz milk = 16g meal total = ~54g
lunch - two chicken breast 4oz each = 50g (4oz equals 24g), 16oz milk = 16g meal total = 66g
Dinner - 10oz ground beef = ~65-70g, 16oz milk = 16g - meal total = 81-86g

three meals that will give u over 150g a day easily.

26. I'm not really sure how bad it is because I eat eggs for breakfast but don't 2 eggs contain 480 cholesterol? Iv heard ppl say dietary cholesterol is fine tho

27. Make a chicken & tomato omelete for breakfast!!!

28. hmm well try this

breakfest 8 eggs (54G protein)
bacon
lunch: stir fry
snack: stir fry
supper: stir fry
snack: stir fry
before bed meal : stir fry

29. dude u dont need to worry about cholesterol at ur age. heck for months all i ate was beef and eggs got mine checked out and it was fine.
the amount of exercise we do negates most the bad parts anyways.

30. Chicken, steak, fish, eggs, egg whites, milk, etc.

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