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This question, as worded, is off-topic. But, since I've written such a program in the past, I'll point you to what I used. The USDA maintains a Nurtient Database that can be downloaded. If memory serves me, it's large and is distributed in several parts. There is documentation to help you decipher each part of the download.
Theres no negative effects to eating an excess amount of protein in a short amount of time. But be ready to gas your whole family out of the house.
While this question already has an accepted answer, I think I can shed some more light on this matter (with actual science, not just my opinion)... Here's one of the rare few studies (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1355601/) that provides a good insight into the influence of (simple) carbs, aminoacids (AA), complete proteins and starvation on ...
Yes, whey protein can knock you out of ketosis. It has had that effect on me several times. To those who say, no carbs, thus no effect, you're only looking at half the story. Carbs effect ketosis by affecting insulin. Ketosis is governed by the insulin/glucagon ratio (I/G ratio) (1). Whey has no carbs, has but it IS insulinogenic (e.g., ref (2)) ...
If u don't eat enough protein then muscles will surely take more time to recover than usual and the body will start burning your fat if u also don't take enough carbs ... But over a period of time the body will learn how to manage and it searches for protein which is available in the spinal fluid very rich in protein located in d disc separating the spine ...
If you have any protein intake, that protein will be used to repair and over-compensate the microdamaged muscle tissue. More protein will make this response stronger. If you literally don't have any protein intake, you will have many different medical issues, one of them being that you are unable to repair this damage, meaning you will be catabolic.
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