Nut protein digestibility (in comparison to animal protein)

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Nut protein digestibility (in comparison to animal protein)

Postby jfk » Tue 29 Jan 2008 19:54

For acne sufferers, why does the mandatory 1.5 hrs wait before moving around, only apply after animal protein consumption? (for acne sufferers) Is the nut protein just much more easily digested?
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Re: Nut protein digestibility

Postby RRM » Wed 30 Jan 2008 10:48

jfk wrote:For acne sufferers, why does the mandatory 1.5 hrs wait before moving around, only apply after animal protein consumption? (for acne sufferers) Is the nut protein just much more easily digested?
No, its because the animal food is much more rapidly digested; more protein to be handled per time unit. The nuts are digested much more slowly, so that much less protein per time unit needs to be processed; more comparable to the that from fruits.
The more protein needs to be processed / taken up (per time unit), the more readily that can go wrong / incomplete due to the need for blood and energy in your muscles.
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Re: Nut protein digestibility

Postby jfk » Wed 30 Jan 2008 14:07

RRM wrote:animal food is much more rapidly digested; more protein to be handled per time unit. The nuts are digested much more slowly, so that much less protein per time unit needs to be processed
OK, I see. How come nuts are digested more slowly, is it the fat content?
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Re: Nut protein digestibility

Postby RRM » Wed 13 Feb 2008 17:14

jfk wrote:How come nuts are digested more slowly, is it the fat content?
Yes, the fat to some extend, but mostly the fiber (7%) and antinutrients (which are absent in meat)
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Postby fictor » Fri 07 Mar 2008 18:18

RRM: So this means that the 1,5 hours of doing nothing much
would not apply if one where to cut the once a day animal food meal into
several very small portions a day? Like blending egg yolks in OJ
and sip in intervals throughout the day?
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Postby RRM » Sun 23 Mar 2008 20:24

fictor wrote:RRM: So this means that the 1,5 hours of doing nothing much would not apply if one where to cut the once a day animal food meal into several very small portions a day?
Yes, but only if its a small amount of protein and the protein is very much dilluted, as when you take it with oj.
Like blending egg yolks in OJ
You cannot use the blender; blending yolks makes me break out (even blending just fruits)
and sip in intervals throughout the day?
The yolks dont last; you cannot make it first and sip from it throughout the day. What you make, you need to consume immediately.
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Postby fictor » Mon 24 Mar 2008 18:23

RRM: By 'blending' the eggyolks and OJ, I meant to simply mix the two, not
using a blender.

So egg yolks in orange juice would not stay fresh even one day?
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Postby mesay » Tue 08 Apr 2008 14:57

It turn solid (hard) I think
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Postby RRM » Sat 19 Apr 2008 20:11

fictor wrote:So egg yolks in orange juice would not stay fresh even one day?
No, its the shell that keeps the bacteria etc away. The liquid egg yolk is extremely susceptible.

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