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
Protein supplements are popular among casual exercisers, serious bodybuilders, dieters and even non-exercisers for many reasons. Most people know that protein is an essential nutrient for overall health that helps promote fullness and also plays... Read more
When you need some protein in a pinch, these grab-and-go snacks will do the trick! All of these filling options are easily transportable for a quick energy boost, anytime and anywhere. Whether you prefer sweet, savory, light or hearty, there's a... Read more
Protein is an important component of any diet for satiety, muscle repair, and generating hormones and enzymes. Need a protein pick-me-up? These filling recipes are great for refueling after a workout--or anytime!
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Protein is one of those “magic” nutrients—the kind that can help you stay full and satisfied, even when you’re watching calories and portion sizes. If you’re struggling to meet your daily protein goals, adding real-food,... Read more
Anyone here big on smoothies/protein shakes? I love them. They are my go to meal when I'm undecided on what sounds good. And today they got even better! Because I used Xanthan Gum for the 1st time. 1/4 tsp made my shake thick and smooth. Delicious!... Read more
HI Everyone! I'm doing fine on my new ways of eating. My problem is...my daily calories are under 1,000! I feel fine, just can't seem to get to 1,000. I feel because my exercise routine is not aerobic, or running, cause I'm 63 yrs. old, and a hea... Read more
I've noticed that if I eat a high protein breakfast then I am full all morning without any hunger pangs! At least 15g of protein in my breakfast helps me feel satisfied for longer than a lower protein breakfast. Don't skimp on your carbs though, my w... Read more
ALL animals (even insects!) have 'had enough to eat' when they've reached their required PROTEIN level, rather than when their stomach is full. Even grasshoppers become fat when given a LOW-protein diet due to continuing to eat until they reach thei... Read more
As it turns out, you can eat whatever you want and still lose weight. You just have to pay attention to the amount you eat. (Sound familiar?)A major study published today in the New England Journal of Medicine reinforces the SparkPeople philosophy. F... Read more
Successfully achieving weight loss goals usually requires reaching many smaller goals along the way. Whether you are trying to lose 15 or 150 pounds, experiencing peaks and valleys throughout the journey is common.
I previously worked as a Clinica... Read more
My doctors told me to follow a low protein diet, because of my kidney stones. My problem is that I lost a bunch of weight, and got off my diabetes meds by doing low carb, which had quite a bit of protein.
I am working on a diet that adds carbs... Read more
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