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    I need a new source of protein since my old shakes have milk in them and that leaves me feeling like crap. But I don't generally have a large appetite so I need high protein in a small package to push me past 130+grams daily. Suggestions would be helpful, thanks

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    Tuna is a pretty potent source of protein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin. View Post
    I need a new source of protein since my old shakes have milk in them and that leaves me feeling like crap. But I don't generally have a large appetite so I need high protein in a small package to push me past 130+grams daily. Suggestions would be helpful, thanks
    Try Mark's Primal Fuel - I just purchased some for Post Workout Nutrition

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    www.allproscience.com Tony Gonzalez developed a line of either all natural grass fed whey or vegan protein

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    @Daemonized: any suggestions on how to make tuna taste better?
    @rivvin: Primal Fuel is to steep for me, as is allproscience's powder stevero. Thanks fo the advice guys

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    Sure, I have a couple things that I like to do with tuna. I mix it in with cottage cheese (also has lots of protein), pickled peppers, and a little primal mayo and I also like to fix it with eggs. Rarely will I ever just pop open a can of tuna and go to town.

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    +1 to Tuna. You can also do a can of salmon. If you shop around it can be found for a dollar something a can, which is pretty reasonable.

    With either Tuna or Salmon, I like to mix it with guacamole. It is an awesome way to have a protein and healthy fat, while avoiding dairy. Just don't mix it beforehand or the guac will oxidize.

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    Salmon is great too and I do eat a lot of that it, but it's a more balance ratio or protein and fat where as tuna is just canned protein. If you do dairy then cottage cheese is a good option too of course.

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