Wtf are you talking about. I've already had this argument with you and even cited my sources. Protein does turn into fat, but it's a very inefficient process, and it occurs very rarely. Most of the protein I consume, that won't be used towards tissue building will be shat out. Protein can get converted into fat, only after it is broken down into fundamental amino acids, which in turn are converted into glucose in the liver. Glucose is then metabolized into something called acetyl-CoA, which is chained together to form fatty acids, which get chained together to form triglycerides. A common form of fat. But this process is incredibly rare.
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my post above your post actually agrees with yours, I do not see y u r so mad