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    Great input and great ideas that I never thought of. Thanks so much for the direction. Onward!
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    Great ideas and input. Thanks for the perspective and I look forward to the changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSD_RN View Post
    Thank you. I forgot to figure that. I found an online calculator and put in Male, height, wgt. and it kicked back: According to your measurements - weight of 235 pounds and height of 6' 10", your lean body mass is estimated to be 184.52 . Since the ideal body fat percentage for men is 15%, your ideal lean body weight is 188.35 pounds.

    ...but even still, I'm coming in way short (of protein )
    If I do that, mine is estimated to be much lower than it is (they use averages). I suggest visiting a gym and get them to use calipers on you.

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    I hate to say it, because I like to say eat real food..... but you could try a whey protien supp. They tend to be low fat and would make you less full than say a steak.

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    I didn't drink milk for 20 years, wasn't any better off. Milk is cheap, easy to digest, and the best source of protein in the world.

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    Milk? Best source of protein - and casein, and lactose, and oxidized cholesterol, and any cleaning agents left in the trucks and vats, etc. We only buy raw milk from the co-op these days, and just for her yogurt-making.


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