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DAZEFAN408 SparkPoints: (0)
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2/4/12 10:49 A

I was going to say tuna, but you said no fish, so nevermind to that. How about eggs or greek yogurt. That's where I get most of my protein.

JUSTBIRDY SparkPoints: (0)
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2/4/12 10:46 A

Many folks with your preferences to to whey protein powder. Personally I don't use it much, but it is handy to have around in a pinch. I go for the kind without any other additives or sweeteners.

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2/4/12 10:34 A

Make a little casserole and serve yourself a slice. Put roasted vegetables, light ricotta cheese and egg whites into a casserole dish and bake for about forty-five minutes. Voila!

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (104,846)
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2/4/12 9:22 A

Greek yogurt, TVP (texturized vegetable protein), tofu, egg whites

CCHRISL Posts: 14
2/4/12 6:12 A

Cottage cheese and skim milk come to mind. Soy nuts are great for a snack - or to top a salad. Here is an article that may help.

Edited by: CCHRISL at: 2/4/2012 (06:13)
TOONCES5 Posts: 59
2/4/12 5:17 A


can anyone suggest high protein sources for not a lot of calories (besides fish)? especially snacks...I am having trouble meeting my protein goals but don't want to add more calories.
vegetarian options would be great, as I'm trying to eat less meat.


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