I do not mean to talk back or disregard your advice (please don't think I am disrespecting anyone's advice again) lol but I'll just say the truth : unfortunately I physically cannot eat 250 grams of protein a day -- right now (!)-- maybe in future I will be able to. Anything close to 200 gramms a day make my liver feel weird and makes me feel weird also like I cannot even fall asleep in that state so I stay up and like not going to bed cause my stomach just cannot digest all of it. It is a clear indication that my body does not need that amount of protein yet, I am sure any doctor or nutritionist on here would agree with me. Now however like I said I do eat a lot and I am always trying to meet that 3300 kcal per day (my current surplus for bulking). Plenty of proteins lots of carbs + fats. We have to consider the fact though some of you guys weight 200+ lbs and you are juicing so maybe your liver and organs work slightly differently to mine I don't know. I am not juicing yet and never been. And maybe it's just the way my body works (note that everyone has a different body) lol Now some here will probably say that I am not supposed to ever try AAS (they usually make this conclusion based on the aforementioned by me fact that I cannot handle a lot of proteins/fats at the moment). But my argument here is: as it is known on steroids your body process protein more efficiently and also in future when/if I finally become 200lbs+ my body will be able to take more protein w/o side effects. And then those numbers like 250-300 protein per day will become good for me. Well if not then so be it -- hello my super slow gains I guess?! haha Another thing ( I'm probably gonna get a lot of hate for that ) is I do not believe that people who did steroid cycles and who ate 150-170 grams of protein per day and they gained like too little muscle and wasted their time completely on steroids or lost all of their gains afterwards and even pct/hcg and dedicated training could not help them. I believe they also made reasonable gains. I do of course agree though that those who did the same cycles and ate say 250-300 and even 400 (or I dunno how much people can handle) probably gained more lean muscle and I respect that. But that only mean that their bodies, their genetics, their age (I see plenty of instagram kids juicing at their 18-20 years if not younger) can handle that. I fully agree with the fact though that I need to greatly improve my lifts before jumping on gear though!