To me it seems to be a choice between packaged milk or chicken. Chicken here smells like shit and is extremely unhygienic. Milk seems to be relatively better and drinking around 2 litres per day probably takes care of the calorific intake as well but anyone here have a better idea on what I should take to at least hit 100g of protein each day?
>>4728 I honestly can't see any other way to get proper proteins. Even 2 litres only gives 68g of protein and the remaining 32 has to come from rice, more rice, sambar, parotta, chapathi and sabzi. Not exactly the best options here.
>>4732 Can try everything except meat. Mutton is insanely expensive (for me at least) and chicken is crap. I am also doubtful on 50g of protein in 10rs packet. Sounds way too good to be true, considering protein powder costs nearly 2000 rupees for half a kg.
>>4733 >>4733 Its 10rs packet = 25g. Made a mistake. Yeah. It is adviced to not eat much soy products due to estrogen. For chicken maybe try to contact a farm directly. Or find some big supermarkets on google maps. They have fresh and high quality chicken. Just a bit expensive. Or there is an app going around that sells meat. I saw its ad.
>>4734 >Supermarkets Negatives of living in a tier 3 town I guess. I'll see what I can do and yeah you're right about the estrogen part.
>>4741 Well they genuinely are. Once my mum found keeda inside the box and now they're banned in my kitchen.
>>4727 Tere tier 3 town me ande nahi milte kya? Eat 3 eggs a day then drink milk and whatever other sources
>>4738 OP cant afford goat, dont even mention whey. ngl im in the same boat. I eat 6 eggs/day, peanut butter, some days meats but ik thats not enough for 2g/kg protein rule.
>>4746 You don't need 2g, just 1.6g/kg is enough. If you can't afford whey then try Pea or Soy Protein.
>>4757 It does have an effect. But only on those who sit 8 hours every day and eat soy 3 times a day. It wont affect you if you are physically active.