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8/14/13 9:53 A

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8/14/13 9:46 A

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Egg whites. The fat and cholesterol are in the yolks. Cottage cheese might be another choice. Beef jerky for meat without the cooking requirement. I'm also a fan of protein powder. I love me some proatmeal (oatmeal with protein powder mixed in). I prefer the chocolate. Chocolate proatmeal is fantastic.

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I'm not obsessed with protein by any means, but I do eat a high vegetable diet and am not keen on cooking meat and struggle to meet my protein ration. I Like eggs and seafood, shrimps, etc, but when I eat these, my food tracker invariably says that I have exceeded my Cholesterol count.

Are there any recommendations for high protein foods that don't cause me to exceed either my fat, calorie or cholesterol count?

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I've never heard of age specific protein recommendations. If whatever guidelines you're using say you're getting enough, that's probably fine. Although the US RDA for protein is pretty low, IMO.

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I am 45, should I try to load up on my protein intake as I age? I am asking to gather input, it seams like I just do not eat enough.



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