A popular public opinion seems to be that the body can only process a certain amount of protein per meal, as if there’s a magic number inside your belly that tracks protein intake. This is not entirely true. While I wouldn’t recommend eating 100 grams of protein at every meal, the body will process whatever you feed it, albeit not always optimally.
You’re going to digest all the protein you eat, but more isn’t always better. Once you turn on protein synthesis and initiate the muscle-building process, you can’t turn it on “more” in one meal.
Roughly 30 grams of protein per meal across multiple meals will actually help you boost protein synthesis many times over the course of a day. It will probably be easier on your digestive system, too!