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Amino Acid Profile Variations (Real Food!!!)

Posted on: Sunday, December 4, 2016 - 16:54
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Protein Amino Acid Food Variations
Gang, I wanted to show you the variations in Amino Profiles that I consume everyday. Each of my daily meals consists of a different amino profile. THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF MANY that I cycle throughout the week. Remember that it's just as important to cycle your food profiles as anything else. Always eating the same amino profiles overtime can cause the body to downgrade nutrient absorption or even develop food allergies. I've noticed that Food variation is not spoken about often. I wanted to address this and make it aware for the people that may just be consuming the same thing over-and-over. Don't be afraid to try a new protein source, you may be surprised!!! By the way, you'll make NEW GAINS! Here are a couple of tips concerning sea food that have similar profiles that you can switch between: Salmon - after a couple of weeks, switch to Sea Bass! Tilapia - After a couple of weeks, switch to Cod! Little changes like this will go a long way. Remember also, if you need to eat 6oz of cooked protein from a meat/poultry/fish source, it's a good rule of thumb to have an 8oz uncooked piece to start with. Typically you will lose about 2oz through the cooking process. Little mistakes that I see people doing. Hope this helped, happy training gang! TestraC
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I hear great things about Elk, for sure that aint cheap. I'm going to check out Broadleaf. Thanks
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I hear great things about Elk, for sure that aint cheap
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If I can catch it, shoot it or trap it I eat it. Thanks for sharing. Wouldn't touch Tilapia with a 10 foot pole though.... rather eat a garbage carp. ;)
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Kangaroo???
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TestraChemist 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to calmb4dastorm)
LOL Calm it's delicious! Try it sometime if you ever come across it! Tastes like chicken ;).
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calmb4dastorm 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to TestraChemist)
It sounds like it's i interesting
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So, say 112 grams of raw chicken breast has 22 grams of protein. It seems once it's cooked the 22gr of protein is still there, it's only the water weight that has changed, the total post cooked weight being roughly 56gr lighter than pre cooked. Maybe I'm missing something...
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Dolf 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to blastthru23)
The protein remains the same it's the weight that changes.
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icdeadlifters 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to Dolf)
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blastthru23 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to Dolf)
Ah, i get it. So, if you're doing your calculations by cooked weight, you have to add to the raw weight. I personally calculate from raw or uncooked. I like to switch p sources throughout the week as well. I use ground chicken, chicken breast, catfish, tilapia, basa, and 90 lean ground beef. Sometimes i gotta gave some sausages though. Usually some kind of German sausage, but that's few and far between.
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Dolf 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to blastthru23)
All my ground meats I weigh out raw. My whole meats like chicken breast and steaks I weigh out cooked. Only because it's easier that way. Regardless of which way you do it as long as you get your targeted amount of protein each meal you're good. Just make sure you specify raw or cooked when looking up the macros.
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TestraChemist 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to blastthru23)
No what you say is correct blast. What I was saying is, measure your protein as a finished product. So, yes you tend to lose water weight and such. No error, you're absolutely correct!
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Not too sure about the kangaroo, but that elk, venison, and buffalo look delicious. Now I'm hungry again lol. My meats mainly consist of beef, buffalo, chicken breast, 99/1 ground turkey, shrimp, crab, crawfish, and occasionally venison. Unfortunately the only way I like fish is fried, and that's a no go in this lifestyle.
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icdeadlifters 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to Dolf)
X2 love the fishies fried. And its hard to stay away from it. With elevated bp while cycling sucks cause now I want some trout.
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TestraChemist 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to Dolf)
I'm Impressed! Awesome profiles listed there. I like game birds like Pheasant and Quail also. The Fish, it's one of those things that you gotta chalk up to the game. I basically cook it bland, throw it in the back of my throat, and swallow it with water. I get my 1.5 gallons that way, stay hydrated, and get my fish in ... But yes I don't enjoy fish. Just use to the lifestyle my brother.
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Dolf 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to TestraChemist)
Every since I opened up a tuna with noodles MRE, and two bites into it realized the tuna had gone bad I've been mind fucked ever since when it comes to fish in general.
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TestraChemist 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to Dolf)
Tuna is one of those fishes that contains higher amounts of mercury that I don't care for. Sure to some extent other fish carry Mercury, but tuna in general, I stay away from. THERE IS A BRAND that sells tuna mercury-free, but I really don't care to look it up and go to the trouble of finding it. Unless someone wants to mail it to my door-step. :D
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icdeadlifters 3 months 3 weeks ago (In reply to TestraChemist)
https://safecatch.com/ Bumble bee also makes it.
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TestraChemist 3 months 2 weeks ago (In reply to icdeadlifters)
awesome thanks ic I will have to check it out.
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awesome thanks ic I will have to check it out.

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