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  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY8KqlMgC3o Now, with some own music.
  2. Thats a problem with copyrights. i have found nothings with free a licence.
  3. name of this bodybuilder? more pics? more informations?
  4. Thats me I hope you like it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEvovO4I0mY Its very short.
  5. getting sixpack abs. good news: you can get sixpack abs bad news: its a genetic thing You must lose bodyfat to see the abs, some guys need only 12-14% bodyfat to get sixpack abs, other guys need a level of 10%. Some "gifted" guys need a level of 8-9%. to hard for the most people. no sugar, sweets, low carb % cals all the time
  6. yes, but i think with a 50/50 ratio kidneybeans and gluten that will be very close to a 100% protein.
  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protein_Digestibility_Corrected_Amino_Acid_Score Check this, 0.25. Its the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS). "For example, grain protein has a PDCAAS of about 0.4 to 0.5, limited by lysine. On the other hand, it contains more than enough methionine. White bean protein (and that of many other pulses) has a PDCAAS of 0.6 to 0.7, limited by methionine, and contains more than enough lysine. When both are eaten in roughly equal quantities in a diet, the PDCAAS of the combined constituent is 1.0, because each constituent's protein is complemented by the other." Grain 0.4 to 0.5, seitan 0.25 ??? I thought grain = seitan.
  8. G'Day, one question: I like this Seitan/Wheat Gluten stuff. But i found out that seitan has a biological value of 0.25 PDCAAS . (1.0 = complete Protein). So, my plan is to "pimp" this seitan with kidney-beans 50%/50%. Is the resulat (=80 gram total) a complete proteinmix with PDCAAS 1.0????
  9. Hi, i want to go on a 75% raw vegan diet. So i want to create complete proteins. I heard that a Mix of Legumes and Nuts/Seeds is a complete protein (PDCAAS 1.0, WHO System). So my question: Is a mix with Peanuts (Legumes!) and Nuts/Seeds (like Sesame seeds, Sunflower seeds, almonds) a complete protein?
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