We used to think you could only digest 30 grams of protein in a meal.
In the 80’s one of the reasons, they recommended 6 meals per day, was to maximize the amount of protein we could digest.Click Here to Read About "High Carb Fat Loss" - My Dieting Approach That is the Opposite of Keto.
The funny thing is that this 30-gram number is actually a myth.
Here’s a video explaining why you will be able to absorb and digest much more than 30 grams per feeding.
In the video, he explains that you can absorb almost 100% of the protein you eat.
So whether you eat all your calories in one meal or over 6 meals, you will absorb and digest the same amount of protein.
This is good news for people who follow an intermittent fasting diet plan.
Speaking of intermittent fasting…
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