Ate 3 cans of tuna for breakfast, i don't feel so good bros... Posted on April 21, 2023 by Anonymous Ate 3 cans of tuna for breakfast, i don't feel so good bros...
This why I use protein powder. The amount of meat you need to consume to get enough protein in insane.
Not really. 4 oz of chicken breast has the same content as a scoop of protein. By volume its less assuming your are making a shake
A shake is basically just water, Black.
And its larger by volume than the equal amount of protein from chicken
A 4 scoop water shake is 10 times easier to get down than 16oz (453g) of dry chicken breast
Right, thats irrelevant because he said the amount of meat you need to eat is insane and I just showed that its not and if you are getting 100g of protein from shakes you have an eating disorder
moron, if it works it works
>Muh eating disorder
enjoy your mercury poisoning
moron, you can't absorb all the protein in 3 can of tuna at once. You can digest from 1 to around 1.5 cans worth of protein (30g to 40g), the rest just becomes undigested fecal matter. What you're feeling is shit in your bowels fermenting up from gut bacteria.
>Controversy exists about the maximum amount of protein that can be utilized for lean tissue-building purposes in a single meal for those involved in regimented resistance training. It has been proposed that muscle protein synthesis is maximized in young adults with an intake of ~20–25 g of a high-quality protein; anything above this amount is believed to be oxidized for energy or transaminated to form urea and other organic acids. However, these findings are specific to the provision of fast-digesting proteins without the addition of other macronutrients. Consumption of slower-acting protein sources, particularly when consumed in combination with other macronutrients, would delay absorption and thus conceivably enhance the utilization of the constituent amino acids. The purpose of this paper was twofold: 1) to objectively review the literature in an effort to determine an upper anabolic threshold for per-meal protein intake; 2) draw relevant conclusions based on the current data so as to elucidate guidelines for per-meal daily protein distribution to optimize lean tissue accretion. Both acute and long-term studies on the topic were evaluated and their findings placed into context with respect to per-meal utilization of protein and the associated implications to distribution of protein feedings across the course of a day. The preponderance of data indicate that while consumption of higher protein doses (>20 g) results in greater AA oxidation, this is not the fate for all the additional ingested AAs as some are utilized for tissue-building purposes. Based on the current evidence, we conclude that to maximize anabolism one should consume protein at a target intake of 0.4 g/kg/meal across a minimum of four meals in order to reach a minimum of 1.6 g/kg/day. Using the upper daily intake of 2.2 g/kg/day reported in the literature spread out over the same four meals would necessitate a maximum of 0.55 g/kg/meal.
Didnt read further. Asked for a source of your claim not doubt
>How much protein can the body use in a single meal for muscle-building? Implications for daily protein distribution
>Consumption of slower-acting protein sources, particularly when consumed in combination with other macronutrients, would delay absorption and thus conceivably enhance the utilization of the constituent amino acids.
did you even read it before you posted it?
Did you? OP said he ate nothing but 3 cans of tuna. That's about 80g~100g grams of protein depending on the quality, and just protein. No significant amount of any other macros.
it's slow digesting u mong
Lean protein for breakfast is quickly digested.
That makes zero sense
Your body has a harder time digesting fat and carbs soon after waking up.
Thats irrelevant to the statement you just made about protein
>lean protein for breakfast is easily digested
>because your body has a harder time digesting carbs and fat soon after you wake up
>therefore 3 cans of tunaon their own would be quickly digested, not allowing the body to make full use of the proteins there
Do you follow yet?
Nice try but you didnt say easily, you said quickly, and you are wrong and now trying to pivot
moron, do you have brain damage?
Easy does not equal fast, no
Read the ending, you need to know his weight to know how much he can eat.
He'd need to weight 180kgs lean to warrant 3 cans of tuna. I really fucking doubt he does.
Sounds like you have digestion issues. Unless you're eating plant matter (dietary fiber and/or protease inhibitors) there's no reason why you wouldn't be able to digest all of the meat that enters your stomach outside of disease.
lmao is this 2008? What else, anabolic window?
That's not nearly enough mercury to harm a person. Canned tuna is relatively safe for this reason. If it were shark or another predatory fish, you'd be in trouble.
Do you have a source for this because literally all sources say otherwise
Literally no source agrees with you, bullshitter troll.
Except them all that say you should eat max 2 cans a week
I mean the FDA and the EPA disagree
Tunas are predatory fish
Drop the tuna, start eatin deenz
how many grams in 3 cans? I eat 1lb of tuna from the deli for lunch 3 times a week
Uhhhh yeah I'm gunna say thats not a great idea since people u are supposed that have 12oz Max a week
look at the retards replying to a stealth vegan thread