Ok so I have a question which extensive Googling has failed me on with regards to protein quality and muscle repair.
Generally people always say things like ‘Yeah burgers are high in protein but its a bad source of protein’ (in this case referring to a Big Mac or something)
Or, yeah Doner Meat is full of protein but its really bad for you and chicken breast is much better.
Does this mean, that eating from a ‘bad’ although complete source of protein, the protein fails to act on damaged muscles for repair?
I just ate a bunch of store bought cheap ham post work out as I’m broke. Does this mean I actually need to eat an 8oz chicken breast on top of that, to achieve my grams of protein intake for repair?
I’m a little confused. Is ‘a good source of protein’ just a source that is low fat and healthy? And does that mean that I’m still getting the right protein from store bought less healthy ham, but I’ll just put on a bit of extra fat too?
Please help guys, thanks.