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    Quote Originally Posted by kindred View Post
    What can i eat thats cheap that will boost protien?
    this is going to piss you off but red meat (ground beef and roo), chicken, tuna, milk and bulk whey are going to be your best bets.

    Theyre shit cheap compared to a normal persons diet, but if you're going for your poverty line $50 of food a week you're not going to get far.





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    Buy the really big cans of tuna (500gms) , they are cheap and you'll probably get 2-3 meals out of it.
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    I wanna get most of my protien through oats and eggs will i die?
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    don't count the protein from vegies, oats etc. in your daily totals. That protein simply does not have the muscle building amino acid profile of meat, fish chicken etc. The cheapest way to get more protein in your diet is to buy unflavoured WPC protein in bulk...


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    Quote Originally Posted by craft1010 View Post
    don't count the protein from vegies, oats etc. in your daily totals. That protein simply does not have the muscle building amino acid profile of meat, fish chicken etc. The cheapest way to get more protein in your diet is to buy unflavoured WPC protein in bulk...
    All protein can and should be counted as they do compliment each other. For example, a protein coming from say a legume (beans) has as its limiting amino acids: methionine and tryptophan. Grains (rice/oats etc) have an abundance of these two aminos but lack lysine instead, which is plentiful in legumes. That's how human beings survive without eating any animal products; vegans are such a people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    All protein can and should be counted as they do compliment each other. For example, a protein coming from say a legume (beans) has as its limiting amino acids: methionine and tryptophan. Grains (rice/oats etc) have an abundance of these two aminos but lack lysine instead, which is plentiful in legumes. That's how human beings survive without eating any animal products; vegans are such a people.


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    This is what alot of new vegans dont udnerstand though.. There is something like a 4ohur amino acid pool "window"... All essential amino acids must be met for protein synthesis to occur or it does not occur AT ALL. Thats not to say that the amino acids will not fullfill their other roles in the human body. but cellular protein synthesis will not be one of them...
    So say someone eats legumes for breakfast. Grains for lunch and legumes for dinner.. depending on the gap between meals that is not going to be the best thing for them.. Soy contains all essential aminos however it is basically a bastardised genetically modified poison that wreaks havic on your thyroid gland.
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    The big 425g tins of Home Brand tuna are under $2 a can, chicken breast from the supermarket deli is heaps cheaper than buying it pre-packaged, kangaroo meat, milk, and WPC in bulk is $15 a kilo......there are some cheap ways to get good protein.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sphell View Post
    The big 425g tins of Home Brand tuna are under $2 a can, chicken breast from the supermarket deli is heaps cheaper than buying it pre-packaged, kangaroo meat, milk, and WPC in bulk is $15 a kilo......there are some cheap ways to get good protein.

    Kangaroo meat is 7 bucks a kilo and if you go to a proper butcher all meat is cheaper then those shit holes woolies and coles frnaklins whatever other crap establishment people shop at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n00bs View Post
    Kangaroo meat is 7 bucks a kilo and if you go to a proper butcher all meat is cheaper then those shit holes woolies and coles frnaklins whatever other crap establishment people shop at.

    Nah I mean just the WPC is $15 a kilo, not the kangaroo meat or milk lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sphell View Post
    Nah I mean just the WPC is $15 a kilo, not the kangaroo meat or milk lol.

    I knwo that but im saying a butcher is cheaper and better quality in woolies in most cases.
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