The protein myth
- 02-10-2013, 10:36 AM
- 02-10-2013, 10:53 AM
Originally Posted by TexasGuy
- 02-10-2013, 11:16 AM
he's a tree hugging troll. why is this thread so active
02-10-2013, 11:46 AM
The protein myth
It was written as a persons opinion I am not sure If it was based off the OPs experience.
When fire was invented this put a major stride in the evolution of man. We hunched forward and had large bellies. Fire and cooking food made it much easier for our bodies to absorb and digest the meat. That is the point when human postures started to stand straight up and the bellies reduced. Cooked meet is not dead your body will still break it down into anino acids. What the OP stated may be seen on a doctor Phill show, people here have different nutritional needs that an average person.
I had a General Practitioner sware all this to me. He was short, little muscle, a bit over weight. I laughed.
There are just way to many studies about benefits of protein and high protein diets.
02-10-2013, 12:28 PM
I can say that im sure the forum doesnt want a trouble maker. You know how i know? I was one of them. lol
02-10-2013, 12:32 PM
Ok ok... op ill believ yah if you start a log to prove it and i will gladly follow.
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02-10-2013, 06:27 PM
I skipped to the last page but I like to see Mr. Cooper drop some knowledge.
02-10-2013, 06:30 PM
Bodybuilding is no exception. Twenty years ago you could pick up a magazine that said, "Every bodybuilder must have at least 70g of protein a day." Ten years later another magazine would say, "Every bodybuilder must have at least 150g protein a day." And today a typical magazine will say, "Every bodybuilder must have at least 250g protein a day." Or some magazines will say, "1g of protein per pound in bodyweight," while another magazine will say, "2g of protein per pound in bodyweight." This is hogwash. Tell these imbeciles who write these magazines to debate a gorilla.
Let me explain how bodybuilders are duped: if you go to the supermarket and pick up a chicken breast, the label might say, "30g protein." The bodybuilder then thinks, "Ah ha, chicken is a good source of protein." But this is just a smoke screen. What the bodybuilder doesn't realize is that most of the protein in the chicken is not going to be absorbed into the muscle. Most of it will just go to waste. Animal protein is not properly digested and absorbed by humans, especially when the animal has been cooked and all the enzymes have been killed. Eating a dead, cooked animal will give you dead protein. It's so obvious. And eating animal protein on a regular basis increases the risk of disease.
If you get your protein from nature, you are getting the best quality protein ever. Protein from nature is completely natural and has all its living enzymes. If you are able to absorb small amounts of natural protein, you will grow. Eating 200-300g of animal protein is insane. If you look at 600-pound gorillas, they are among the largest, most muscular animals in the animal kingdom and they are vegetarians. They’re all eating truckloads of chlorophyll and high amounts of fiber that’s keeping their bodies alkaline and their muscles growing. It's not rocket science.
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02-10-2013, 06:34 PM
I've heard this before. Very interesting.Originally Posted by Stephen100
02-10-2013, 06:35 PM
Re: The protein myth
02-10-2013, 06:37 PM
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02-10-2013, 06:39 PM
02-10-2013, 08:09 PM
What disease? Wheres the research!
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02-10-2013, 08:26 PM
Gotta love the interwebs. When people start spouting this nonsense in person a nice punch to the throat shuts them right the **** up. I have never met a vegan, pseudoscience spouting douchbag that was anywhere near as healthy and strong as this meat eater. ****ing pasty little pvssies every last one of em.
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In for eating live animals!
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lets get ready to rummmmmmmmmmmmmmmble!
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02-10-2013, 10:16 PM
He's not exactly a big dude, and he "turned" vegan anyhow. You can't credit his foundation to veganism.
There was a golden era vegan with an impressive physique, cat remember the name off hand.
It's possible to build a physique with vegan sources but not necessary.
Edit: Bill Pearl, 4x Mr. Olympia. Missed some delicious steak dinners though.
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