what's the deal with protein powders compared to
real food? In particular, whey protein, what i'm wondering,
is, are three scoops really the equivalent to eating half
a chicken?? Basically a scoop is ~23grams of 'protein'.
But is it 'real' protein?? If so, if not, what's the difference?
many thanks for any help in clarifying this for me, i realize
by reading the labels that most powders contain amazing
things that, until now, only existed on mars and are proven
to not only grow strength, but also contribute to always having
a favorable tailwind and better car gas milage just by consuming
four servings before and after meals.. but really, is it the same
as a dead piece of meat..nutritionally??