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Unread 02-15-2010, 02:55 PM
m4l m4l is offline
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Quick question: which of the following words are unclear?

"maximum rates of protein digestion may be about 10 g/hour (this is tough to get an accurate value for). 60 grams protein takes 6 hours to digest and you're pretty mcuh always overlapping meals with any decent meal frequency"
Hey Lyle, in an article "The Truth about Protein" in the MAR2010 issue of Men's Health Magazine they write:
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Your body can process only so much protein in a single sitting. A recent study from the University of Texas found that consuming 90 grams of protein at one meal provides the same benefit as eating 30 grams. It's like a gas tank, says study author Douglas Paddon-Jones PhD: There's only so much you can put in to maximize performance; the rest is spillover.
They don't mention the source of protein, or if the sources they compare are even the same. Is there any validity to this useless "spillover"?
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