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150g of chicken breast raw has about 45g of protein. 2 of those is 90g of protein. 3 eggs has 21g of protein. tin of sardines has 17g of protein. 200ml milk has around 8. cup of oatmeal has 10-12. That's really enough protein for most people from this. add in vegetables and your prolly getting over 150g of protein a day.

If your wanting to bulk up eat 2 cups of oatmeal. more rice. more oats. more good carbs. more extra virgin olive oil. peanut butter. I'm cutting atm btw.

I do buy protein bars occasionally which have 45g of protein in them if i just be bothered cooking. Protein shakes/bars are really for convenience and your better off buying real food. all the other supplements are garbage for most people unless your wanting to compete (which you will be on the roids and the rest anyways) and want a extra 1% edge or whatever it is from all the supps you get.
My protein is 2lbs of chicken breasts and 8 eggs ( 6 yolks removed ) equals approximately 250Grams of protein. I get slight additional from , oats, my veggies and nuts. I do throw an occasional shake in there, but I feel that chicken breast ( and fish ( but more expensive ) ) builds lean and hard muscle with no fat accumulation.
 

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What's your evaluation on it? I use muscle milk, but i do get most of my protein from food... This product seems about as "natural" as you can get for a protein shake supplement.
It's the sh!t. Some of the cleanest powder on the market. Has the pre and probotics in it as well. Taste's pretty good too. RSP makes some quality product.
 

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I've been told countless times when I was young that a "sane balanced diet" provides all the necessary nutrients needed...needless to say I was skinny far while following such diet.

Then I started eating "dirty" according to common thinking and added protein powders till reaching the suggest 1.5g X kg of bodyweight and guess what I got bigger and dry.

I really would like to know how guys who say that they dont need supplements to reach their macro can reach some many grams of protein by food alone, a 80kg guy needs from 110 to 130 grams of protein minimun to sustain a decent muscle mass and probably even more when cutting.

Now given that 100gr of chicken gets you 25gr of proteins, how much do you eat daily to reach that base? half kg daily?

I heard any possible bullsh1t about protein shakes getting your liver sick or creatine shrinking your d1ck...all coming from out of shape people ofc.
 

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try Extend Pro Whey Isolate with 25g protein + 7g bcaa, choco lava flavor. Also, if you consider try to pair it with ACHV Balance LEANX for natural lean muscle complex. And... don't forget to get enough rest, eat a well balance nutrition foods. Good luck man!

Btw, if you want a pre/post workout slow digest mix, you can also try to blend a scoop of whey, oats, banana & peanut butter.

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I use NutraBio's Protein supplements. Any supplements I use I get from that company (not plugging them, I just like the company).
 

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I use the XTEND Pro Whey Isoloate protein powder, 25G protein, 7G bcaa and no artificial flavors (Gluten Free)

And Don't forget to eat a real food, it's time consuming to prepare but a good natural source of protein and other nutrients.
 
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