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Which foods count as protein?


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Excerpt: I had a question about complete protein sources and if I should count things that aren't meats or other animal products when I am calculating my calories and protein for the day. For example I like to eat oatmeal peanut butter and nuts which do contain some protein, do I still count the little 10 or 20 grams of protein that I get from these?

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    Which foods count as protein?

    I had a question about complete protein sources and if I should count things that aren't meats or other animal products when I am calculating my calories and protein for the day. For example I like to eat oatmeal peanut butter and nuts which do contain some protein, do I still count the little 10 or 20 grams of protein that I get from these?

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    Re: Which foods count as protein?

    there is no such thing as 'hitting your macros' . some days you might get 0 protein, some days you will get 200g. everyday is different. just eat nutritious food and stay away from junk while weight training properly and good things will happen.
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    Re: Which foods count as protein?

    I would count all protein, even oatmeal and nuts like walnuts almonds have complete proteins for sure

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    Re: Which foods count as protein?

    bro don't count pussy food. only food manly like meat
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    Re: Which foods count as protein?

    Quote Quote posted by StellarCoon View Post
    I had a question about complete protein sources and if I should count things that aren't meats or other animal products when I am calculating my calories and protein for the day. For example I like to eat oatmeal peanut butter and nuts which do contain some protein, do I still count the little 10 or 20 grams of protein that I get from these?
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    Re: Which foods count as protein?

    Just focus on good protein sources and not the total amount......whole eggs, chicken, turkey, grass fed beef, raw nuts.
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