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KATORRIN Posts: 302
7/28/09 9:55 A

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I know that you said you are not getting enough from your foods, but personally, I believe it is better to get it from what you eat rather than a supplement. If I were you, I would just try to incorporate more protein rich foods into your diet. Yes, it might take more planning than usual, but I think it would be better than a powder.

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7/28/09 12:46 A

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I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on protein powder. I rarely get enough protein (as my nutrition tracker so kindly tells me), and I even started eating meat again a year and a half ago to help this out. Basically I'm looking for a way to add protein - I don't have much time to cook and I won't even have a kitchen in my dorm this year (though I'll be cooking in friends suites/dorms for sure), plus I won't be on a meal plan (at my school there's little point anyway, the cafeteria is terrible and only open twice a day). I'm in cheerleading, so I probably need protein more than the next college girl, but I'm just not sure where to get way more of it.

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