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    Peanut butter has a pretty bad amino acid profile.

    http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/l...roducts/4453/2

    I tried to find a place that would actually list the profile but I am at work so I can't look around too much.

    Compare that to whey: http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/d...products/101/2

    Also a hard boiled egg as an example: http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/d...products/117/2

    Check out the protein quality section.

    You may want to get another protein source that can compliment the peanut butter or just get another protein source.

    Or not. Don't know if you care about the completeness of the protein.

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    Or not. Don't know if you care about the completeness of the protein.
    At the moment, I'm a student. So no. Thanks though. It's good to know these things for when I'm done school and might actually start training hard again.

    Any good ideas for something to add to this? Lets assume no cooking and no expensive supplemants for the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elipson
    At the moment, I'm a student. So no. Thanks though. It's good to know these things for when I'm done school and might actually start training hard again.

    Any good ideas for something to add to this? Lets assume no cooking and no expensive supplemants for the moment.
    I can't remember how much liquid egg whites cost but if they aren't that expensive they are pasteurized so you can drink them in the morning. FAST.

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    Protein shake + high fiber cereal has suited me fine for a long time now
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.D.D
    I can't remember how much liquid egg whites cost but if they aren't that expensive they are pasteurized so you can drink them in the morning. FAST.
    Bad idea.

    Carbonated drinks - Page 5 - No BS Martial Arts
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    I've read that egg protein at breakfast helps keep you from getting hungry too quickly and as a result, shovelling food into your mouth around mid morning.

    http://esciencenews.com/articles/200...nt.more.weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorchedearth
    I've read that egg protein at breakfast helps keep you from getting hungry too quickly and as a result, shovelling food into your mouth around mid morning.

    http://esciencenews.com/articles/200...nt.more.weight
    Skip the press release, here's the study abstract.

    I'd suspect this has something to do with the glucose-insulin response from the bagel.
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