While cutting Jay uses hgh or steroids or w/e is at his disposal. He's saying that and is paid to so the people who advertise protein in that book suck in w/e idiot they possibly can.
Not necessarily. Ronnie Coleman says he eats 5lbs of lean meat per day. He didn’t say it was Tyson Chicken, or Omaha Steaks. So he wasn’t paid to say he eats that. Let’s assume that it’s 5lbs of chicken breasts. There is ~0.3g of protein per gram of chicken breast meat. There is 453.5g per pound.
453.5 x 0.3 = 136.05g per lb
136.05 x 5lb = 680.25g of protein per day.
Ronnie weighs in at 287 when competing.
680.25 / 287 = 2.37g of protein per lb of bodyweight.
Off season he clocks in at 320.
680.25 / 320 = 2.12 g of protein per lb of bodyweight.
Had Ronnie said it was 5lbs of MuscleTech Whey, then I’d be skeptical. But he said “lean meat” and as such was not paid for that statement.
Either way, all I said was that it (2g/lb) is often suggested. I never said it was right or wrong, just that bodybuilders do that. And I've shown that they do so, not because they were paid to do it, but it is how they eat. I don't really know if it's right or wrong, but it works for them. Personally, I stick to 1g/lb.....but I'm not aiming to be as massive as Ronnie in the first place.