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Johnbodybuilder
12-08-2008, 11:54 AM
So i eat 7 meals a day including the 3 pints of milk which i have of a night. I weight like 203lbs but i think its really hard to eat like 300g protein. I try my hardest but it doesnt seem possible. I eat every 2 hours, and all i can eat in one sitting is tin of tuna 30g protein and baked potato 20g carbs + 2 rice cakes = 20g carbs. But is this enough because i would like to be able to eat 50g protein and 80g carbs per meal. Any ideas???

Johnbodybuilder
12-10-2008, 08:41 AM
nutrition section is ****

SCRAM
12-10-2008, 08:45 AM
If you want that much protein then protein shakes will get you to that number without filling you up to much

LarryByrd
12-10-2008, 08:50 AM
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All joking aside, why do you think you need 300g of protein a day? What kind of scientific evidence do you base this off of?

From what I've read, 1g/lb of LBM is more than enough.

Buffstateballer
12-10-2008, 08:52 AM
the best way to gain weight is by eating everything that comes out of you instead of putting it in the toilet.

SCRAM
12-10-2008, 08:56 AM
I think most lifters think they need way more than they do.

WilsonFisk
12-10-2008, 09:06 AM
1/2 pound of chicken is approx 45 grams of protein,
turkey burgers (at least the brand I use) about 40 grams of protein
1/2 pound lean beef about 40 grams.

Mix that with whey, casein, and whatever else you want to eat and you should get there. 6 meals a day 50 grams per meal will get you to 300.

lorinelise
12-10-2008, 09:18 AM
You do not need 300g of protein. Focus on calories. If you're having trouble eating a lot of calories, try eating more fat (peanut butter, almonds, fattier cuts of meat, etc) or try liquid sources of calories (milk, protein shakes, juices, etc).

lth
12-10-2008, 09:32 AM
This is what seperates the men from the boys op.....everyone thinks bulking is a blast and fun and games until you have to stretch the stomach! Do whatever the phuck it takes.....i even drank olive oil a few times and downed a gallon of whole milk in about 15 min just to get the extra cals in. Don't expect there to be any magical way to get in extra calories.....just grow a pair and get it done.

The amount of macronutrients doesn't mean jack**** like everyone thinks on a bulk, like lorin said...you need calories. Get adequate protein, efa's, and fill in the rest with what you can.