Just a quick thought/question.
We have all heard about food and the thermic effect of it, mainly protein. I read that it takes up to 30% of protein calories consumed to digest it. Don't know exactly how accurate that is, but I buy into that. Safe to say that protein, of all the macros, has the highest thermic effect.
So the question is, does the TYPE of protein have different thermic effects? For example, as I would hypothesize, does a chicken breast have a higher thermic effect than two scoops of Metabolic Drive? Is red meat higher than eggs? Or is this thermic effect strictly contingent on the type of macro ingested??