MuchMoreThanMuscle saidYou're eating way too much protein, bud. It really isn't necessary to eat that much.
Convert your weight to kilograms so for you, you weigh sixty-eight kilograms. Now multiply that number by 1.7 (which is a higher number recommended for athletes) and you get:
68*1.7= 115.6 or round it off to 116 or if it's easier; 120 grams per day.
In kilograms my 233lb body weight converts to 105 kilos and after doing the math I eat 178g of protein daily.
I used to eat protein levels like you but after following this method I have to say that I haven't lost any bulk or strength in the gym and I get to save a little money by not eating so much protein. Big plus for me.
The 1.7x rule is a good rule of thumb, but individual protein needs for bulking vary widely based on age, base metabolic rate, length/intensity of training etc. The best way to gauge your own individual needs is to closely chart your own intake vs mass gain over several cycles and adjust accordingly.
For example, I've found by experimenting that I do best at about 2.3x body weight, or close to 500 g/day, when bulking, along with at least 400g carbs. Each individual's needs are unique to him. Nothing beats paying very close attention to one's own body and adjusting accordingly.