Retention times of various foods in stomach.

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    Retention times of various foods in stomach.


    Hi guys, I was rumaging around in a biology textbook I picked up in the library and found something kind of cool. I tryed to re-write it on paint, and this is how it turned out.
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    Cool, thanks EBE!
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    Ugh, that is supposed to say "RYE" bread in the 3-4 hour section.
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    Originally posted by ex_banana-eater
    Ugh, that is supposed to say "RYE" bread in the 3-4 hour section.
    Ya, I figured that.
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    nice...very nice
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    Awesome, I was actually looking for something like that awhile ago, thanks man.
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    Which do you think takes longer to digest, grilled chicken or cottage cheese?
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    what do they mean retention time?
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    Originally posted by Nelson
    Which do you think takes longer to digest, grilled chicken or cottage cheese?
    Cottage cheese, because it's casein.

    Originally posted by LakeMountD
    what do they mean retention time?
    Time it takes to digest, or at least leave the stomach.
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    EBE i like the way you put your name in the intestines--just kidding--thanks for the chart--now i know why i still burp the flavor of pork roast so long after i eat
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Draven
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    Cottage cheese, because it's casein.

    Cheers Draven.
    Looks like I`ll have to switch PW2 (cottage cheese) with PW3 (chicken).

    And thanks to EBE for starting the thread.

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