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    Rice and Beans = Complete Protein Source?

    I try to eat a complete protein at every meal (Dairy, eggs, chicken, tuna, etc)... but I've heard that rice and beans form a complete protein. Is it okay to have JUST rice and beans for a meal?

    (Black beans and long grain brown rice)
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    I try to max out my incomplete protein by making them complete

    Mostly i take 1) cereal and milk (dairy).. they complete each other or i take a 2)bagel with almond butter, again cereal and nuts complete each other

    Rice (cereal/grain) and beans (what's the goddamn word in english!?), well whatever they complete each others too

    That's the three ''official'' combination
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    legumes.. thanks!

    So there ya go;

    rice and beans
    bowl of cereal
    jelly + natty peanut butter sandwich... hmmmmm peanuttttttts

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    this is a simple question....
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    Originally Posted by skelooth
    I try to eat a complete protein at every meal (Dairy, eggs, chicken, tuna, etc)... but I've heard that rice and beans form a complete protein. Is it okay to have JUST rice and beans for a meal?

    (Black beans and long grain brown rice)


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    This has been discussed several times before. If you use the search button, you would find that incomplete proteins do get "combined" in your body, not just on the dinner plate. Your body is a lot smarter than you will ever know.
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    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
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    Originally Posted by rockstarsar
    This has been discussed several times before. If you use the search button
    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/search...archid=2211815

    yep, that was real helpful

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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle
    not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
    Yep, I know, and I eat them as such... but I like to eat rice and beans, and unfortunately it's calorie dense. I heard people say that rice + beans forms a complete protein, and if it did, that'd be great cos I could shave 100 cals off my meal or add 100 cals worth of beans if it did.
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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle
    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...



    Jesus, go read a book before you spread misinformation.

    Beans or rice by themselves are incomplete proteins; however, when combined, they form a complete protein. This is commonly known as Complementing.

    Supplementation (when you mix a complete source with an incomplete source, such as steak and rice) also works.
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    Though beans and rice served separately, lack all the components to make a complete protein, when combined their protein value is equal to fish, poultry or red meat.

    Legumes, more commonly known as beans, are good sources of protein. Most beans are eaten fresh, but they can also be canned, frozen, or dried. Many beans do not have all the building blocks of protein called amino acids that your body needs, so you need to eat grain sources of protein. Eating a variety of foods will give you the complete protein your body needs.

    Animal protein contains all nine of the essential amino acids, so it has been referred to as a "complete" protein. The nine essential amino acids can also be found in plant proteins, however no single plant source contains all nine of them. Therefore, plant protein has been referred to as "incomplete."

    It was once widely believed that vegetarians had to carefully combine plant protein sources in each meal in order to obtain all nine essential amino acids. However, scientific studies have shown that the human body can store essential amino acids and combine them as necessary. So, while combining beans and rice, or peanut butter and bread produces a complete protein, it’s not necessary to consciously do this at every meal. If you eat a varied diet and adequate calories, combining proteins is not an issue.


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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle
    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle
    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle
    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
    wrong...

    1 cup of red beans
    Calories 226 ( Kilojoules 945 )
    % Daily
    Value*
    Total Fat 1 g 2%
    Saturated Fat - 0%
    Cholesterol - 0%
    Sodium 4 mg 0%
    Total Carbohydrates 40 g 13%
    Dietary Fiber 8 g 32%
    Sugars -
    Protein 16 g

    its also the #1 antioxidant food. i see why you are in the red.

    to OP yes its fine. I eat brown rice + red beans or black beans w/ a lil pico de galla all the time to give me a break from the constant meat and powders.
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    Originally Posted by The Doc

    Animal protein contains all nine of the essential amino acids, so it has been referred to as a "complete" protein. The nine essential amino acids can also be found in plant proteins, however no single plant source contains all nine of them. Therefore, plant protein has been referred to as "incomplete."
    good post but this part isn't entirely true, for instance, gelatin from animal protein is not a complete protein, and there are complete plant proteins, chlorella, spirulina, hemp... few more but can't think of them.
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    Who cares...........unless of course you obstain from eating meat. And not eating both sources at the same time doesn't all of a sudden make the amino acids that they do have, invaluable. Just make sure you do have both at some time during the day if you are looking for a complete protein source if your vegetarian.
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    Originally Posted by saw14
    if its simple why'd you ask? lol.
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    Originally Posted by skelooth
    Yep, I know, and I eat them as such... but I like to eat rice and beans, and unfortunately it's calorie dense. I heard people say that rice + beans forms a complete protein, and if it did, that'd be great cos I could shave 100 cals off my meal or add 100 cals worth of beans if it did.
    I like to do 1/2 Cup Beans (Black or Kidney). 1/2 Cup Brown Rice and a meat source, even a can of Tuna ad in 1 cup of Brocoli and this make for a great meal!

    Basicly allthough beans and rice are calorie dense you can still fit it all together just use 1/2 cup fulls!

    A meal of 1/2 cup beans and 1/2 rice, 4 oz of chicken and 1 cup of brocoli is 402 calories 5 fat 43 carbs and 46 protiens.

    With a can of tuna I'll even ad Olive Oil in to get the fats!
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    Beans and Legumes (including red beans, chickpeas, lima beans, peas, and lentils) form a complete protein when combined with a grain (brown rice, barley, quinoa, whole wheat)

    The carbs will still be much higher, overall - but it's not bad as a change of pace or an addition to other protein sources.
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    I recommend red beans, basmati rice and chicken
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    Originally Posted by boostnmuscle View Post
    rice and beans are not a complete protein source my friend, rice are an obvious all carb source and yes beans are a source of protein but not a complete source...it is a food that lacks all essential amino acids and unless there is a complete source available when eaten(meat, dairy) a process called deamination will occur,the body will not build muscle using the beans...not to get all technical n stuff but beans are more of a carbohydrate source than protein...
    Hey dip****, do some research. It is a complete protein.
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    Originally Posted by j0rb3n View Post
    Hey dip****, do some research. It is a complete protein.
    do you think that in the 7 years since this thread was started that the OP might have figured it out? dip****
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