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JENNILACEY SparkPoints: (80,279)
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11/5/13 7:32 P

I aim for at least 75g and up to 120g. I typically get between 90-110g.

Greek yogurt
Cottage Cheese
Other low fat cheeses (ricotta, feta, parmesan, cheddar)
Chicken
Turkey
Fish/Seafood
Lean Pork/Beef
Legumes
Eggs/egg whites
Whole grains
Nuts/seeds

Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 11/5/2013 (19:33)
MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (10,830)
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11/5/13 7:31 P

I aim for at least 100g; some days its over 200g.

BLUEHORSE17 SparkPoints: (13,264)
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11/5/13 6:50 P

I normally consume around 80g of protein per day but I also work out for about an hour and a half each day. I tend to get my protein from lean meats, yogurt, quinoa, legumes, my Whey Protein, milk, peanuts, and a few other things.

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,418
11/5/13 6:49 P

I try to get it into my spark range most days (60+ grams) but on occassion come in a little low (45-50 grams). Average about 75/day I'd say.

Main sources are yogurt/greek yogurt, eggs and meat. But the veggies have a bit of protein in them too, which adds up.

RKING10 Posts: 152
11/5/13 6:44 P

How much protein do you really get a day and from what sources?

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