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  1. NewStudent White Belt

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    What are the best protein rich foods?
     
  2. greggsauce Orange Belt

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    No offense but you should really try searching around, but in general MEAT, Eggs, and protein supplements.
     
  3. Hudsn Purple Belt

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    since im up early i guess ill be a resident **tch today

    have you checked out the FAQ'S
    http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f15/attn-new-official-d-s-faq-718093/

    I have browsed these threads for a while and found the FAQ's to be extremely comprehensive. Take a look at 'em even use the search function and I bet people here will be more cordial to your questions
     
  4. Jaxx Green Belt

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    Steak
     
  5. NewStudent White Belt

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    yeah sorry i was just in a real rush and wanted some quick answers. ill have a look at the faqs

    thanks
     
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    Chicken (and derivatives)
    Beef (and milk)
    Fish
    Turkey
    Game
     
  7. NewStudent White Belt

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    how about cheese? or is it too fatty?
     
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    I detail this in The Anabolic Index, complete with anabolic scores for the top foods. There should be no surprise that eggs and meat come out on top for whole foods.
     
  9. Gina Submits Me Purple Belt

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    Steak, chicken, beef, peanut butter
     
  10. G0NZ0 MADE MAN

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    Red meat, Salmon, Tuna, Turkey, Chicken, eggs, milk.
     
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    :icon_lol: Really? The quick answers are reading the FAQ's. The slower response would be posting here and WAITING for a response.
     
  12. TheGrappler25 White Belt

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    egg whites
     
  13. ronin0352 Lift, Eat, Sleep, Repeat

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    whole eggs, don't waste the yolk
     
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    eat the faq's
     
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    cottage cheese is a very good protein source unless you are watching your sodium intake. a good cheap source of protein is a good ol' glass of milk
     
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    thanks peeps
     
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    Quinoa is high in protein. I substitute it for rice sometimes.
     
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    The basic answer for 'How do I Protein?' is 'MEAT! :icon_chee '

    Beef is protein, chicken is protein, fish is protein, pig is protein, human is protein, anytime you put something else's muscle into your mouth, it's protein.
     
  20. Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    A bitch to cook in large quantities though

    A game bird being the best (I would say some fish tasting beef on a bird who is game, but thats a bit sick and misses off turkey...unless she has a turkey neck)


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