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What type of protein are we talking about??I've never heard of the ...150 body builder class. Not to say that one doesn't exist, I just don't know about it. More on this later.

J. P. I think we are talking apples and oranges here. You are talking serious body builders. I was talking about an average diabetic person weigning about 150 pounds and considering whether one gram of protein per pound of body weight was a reasonable number for that diabetic.

I assumed that if an average diabetic was trying to gain muscle mass, he might add 500 calories per day to his average daily activities in his quest to build more muscle mass. and from that calculated that he might have about 30% protein in his diet at that point.

Again, this being a board for diabetics, I was attempting to think in terms of average people and seeing how that quotation about "one gram of protein per pound of body weight would apply to a reasonable diet for them, NOT how it would apply for serious body builders.

Sorry if I caused confusion
Ted
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