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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by salboski, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. salboski

    salboski Brown Belt

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    what are some foods high in protein, just moved to a foreign country and they dont' eat a lot of meat here, ive been eating the hell out of eggs and peanut butter. any help appreciated
     
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    Highest IMO is tuna fish, you should be able to get this anywhere if I'm not mistaken.
     
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    All kinds of fish. And chicken, (all kinds of birds)

    Milk also has a lot of protein, but also lot of carbs, but if you
     
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    Meat, cheese, eggs, nuts, yoghurt, milk, etc.
     
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    baby seal burgers
     
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    I saw on the Discovery channel that baby seals are 75% fat. No wonder polar bears like to snack on them after hibernation...
     
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    Protein shakes may be your friend based on your situation.

    Tuna is pretty good for you when it comes to the protein. Don't eat too much though...
     
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    can't find protein powder. no wonder people here are so small, especially the older people, their nutrition sucks.
     
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    MadDildo Shame Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Are you in India?

    You should be able to order protein powder online and have it shipped internationally. That will cost you, but hey, what other options do you have?

    What's the seafood like? That's probably your best bet, wherever you are.


    Also, again, this is in the wrong forum.
     

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