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    Talking How many oz of chicken = a certain amount of protein

    Im sure most of you are quite familiar with the answer. How many grams of protein is so many oz of chicken. 6oz of tuna is 32g of protein... what about chicken? turkey? beef? pork? ect


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    Originally Posted by Classik View Post
    Im sure most of you are quite familiar with the answer. How many grams of protein is so many oz of chicken. 6oz of tuna is 32g of protein... what about chicken? turkey? beef? pork? ect


    Also where can i get a food scale cheap?
    I'm not really into counting my food by the ounce. I usually go by estimated portions. for example1 can of albacore tuna is roughly 28g of protein depending on the brand, and the average sized boneless skinless chicken breast is about 35g of protein.
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    6 oz. chicken breast is 39g and 4 oz. is 21g
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    Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    6 oz. chicken breast is 39g and 4 oz. is 21g
    depends i think on the chicken, my tyson frozen chicken fillets say 4oz is 20g, so wouldnt 8oz be 40g?? How is a 6oz 39g? Also i just bought a scale and weighed 6.5oz chicken, thats some chicken to consume each meal, 8oz would be more!
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    Originally Posted by mr.genetics View Post
    6 oz. chicken breast is 39g and 4 oz. is 21g

    that makes no sense? How is 2 more oz double the protein? Mistype? Dang thanks for that everyone that was abnormally quick!! haha! thanks alot
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