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Homemade Peat-Friendly Whey Protein

Mr Joe

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Many of us are struggling getting enough protein for muscle building on a Peat diet. 150 g daily (average) is hard to find if you don't drink 2L milk every day, if you don't have enough money or just no time. Androsterone and other "pro-metabolic" substances are useful but still need enough protein to synthesis muscle. Gelatin (70g daily) could be good approach to help increase growth but still not considered as "proteinogenic amino acid". I was wondering if it was possible to create similar safe whey protein powder but without all bad amino acids such as tryptophan or glutamic acid. Could mixing for exemple Lysine, Alanine, Proline, Valine, Leucine, Lysine and add some gelatin to that achieve same benefits as "normal whey" in term of intake quantity or is there a nonsense somewhere ? @Hans maybe you have already answered the question ?
 

Hans

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Many of us are struggling getting enough protein for muscle building on a Peat diet. 150 g daily (average) is hard to find if you don't drink 2L milk every day, if you don't have enough money or just no time. Androsterone and other "pro-metabolic" substances are useful but still need enough protein to synthesis muscle. Gelatin (70g daily) could be good approach to help increase growth but still not considered as "proteinogenic amino acid". I was wondering if it was possible to create similar safe whey protein powder but without all bad amino acids such as tryptophan or glutamic acid. Could mixing for exemple Lysine, Alanine, Proline, Valine, Leucine, Lysine and add some gelatin to that achieve same benefits as "normal whey" in term of intake quantity or is there a nonsense somewhere ? @Hans maybe you have already answered the question ?
Gelatin can be used up to 50% of total protein intake without causing an EAA deficiency, but just to be safe, you can always limit it to 1/3 of total protein intake. Protein is much more than just amino acids, as it contains valuable vitamins and minerals that are needed for anabolism as well.
If time is an issue, then low fat cheese, dried meat, milk, and canned oysters (in brine and not in PUFA oils) are easy sources of protein that don't require prepping.
 

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