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Daily Intake Of Protein Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Daily Intake Of Protein.

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7 Key Nutrients Vegetarians Need to Watch

There are many benefits to being vegetarian and vegan. Regardless of why you chose such a lifestyle, it’s not enough to simply cut the meat, poultry, and seafood from your daily menu. Animal products do offer nutrients that support growth, body...  Read more

Healthy Carb, Fat and Protein Ranges

"Help, I am way over in protein!" "I’m not meeting my fat goal. Is this a problem?" "How many carbohydrates should I be eating?" Based on years of research that examined the relationship between nutrient i...  Read more

All about Vitamins

It can be easy to lose track of all the vitamins out there. It's even easier to forget how exactly they help our bodies. Let’s see, vitamin A heals wounds and vitamin C improves eyesight, wait, what was it again?  There are so many, it...  Read more

How Much Protein Do I Really Need?

These days, protein is a powerful word. So powerful that more and more food companies are boasting about the protein content of their foods and manufacturing newer protein-rich products to meet our demands for the essential nutrient. Why? Ask the ave...  Read more

Eating Well with Type 2 Diabetes

When you have diabetes, your diet plays a key role in controlling your blood sugar levels. SparkPeople strongly encourages everyone with diabetes to meet with a Registered Dietitian or a Certified Diabetes Educator in their area. These health profess...  Read more

New to Spark and Ideal Protein
Updated 8/20/2014 9:31:44 AM

Started IP July 21st and feel so much better.With a Life habit change I know I need support. So Googled and I found you!!! Im 63 and never to late to make changes. Looking forward to all the imput to keep me going....  Read more

Adding protein without alot of calories
Updated 8/20/2014 4:45:07 PM

Hi all, I need some help and tips for adding protein without adding a lot of calories. Thank in advance! 252 Sue...  Read more

Simple Protein Powder Dessert
Updated 8/14/2014 8:24:27 PM

Lately I have been reading a lot of recipes that use protein powder to make pancakes, cookies, home-made bars and other baked goods (or just generally things that aren't drinks). I particularly like this website. http://proteinpow.com/. So far I...  Read more

Carbs/Fats/Proteins percentages...
Updated 8/18/2014 9:29:09 AM

Hi, I wonder if anyone can help me with this...I recently understood that on a relative;y low carb diet one should shoot for a total of 30% Carbs, 30% Fats and 40% Proteins. Now, how does one figure out that they are actually hitting these targets...  Read more

Daily calorie allowance
Updated 8/13/2014 4:09:40 PM

Do you let the site tell you what your daily calorie intake should be or should I be using another method to calculate it....  Read more

Protein Powder

Adding Protein Powder to water, milk, or juice can really aid your protein intake, give you energy, and jump start your day....  Read more

PLANNING THE DAILY MENU

I found that almost everything I included in my meal plans I could find in the SP database. I also found a number of items in the foods posted by other members. This has made the controlling of the nutrients so much more easier. It helps me stay o...  Read more

Weekly Weigh-In!

A team where you can weigh-in weekly but find daily encouragement, friendship and chat....  Read more

You Asked: Can You Really Eat Too Much Protein?

For a healthy adult, eating more protein than your recommended daily range once a week or so won't have any major impact on your long-term health or weight loss (assuming you still eat approximately the same amount of calories for the day). Based...  Read more

Food on the Run: Chick-fil-A

Today we add another installment to our ongoing series, Food on the Run.Based on reader's suggestions, this week we take a look at Chick-fil-A. Our goal remains to highlight healthier menu items that are around 250 calories or less and less than...  Read more