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Hard-boiled eggs are good, or even egg whites. Chicken, seafood, nuts and seeds, legumes, dairy, veggie burgers and whole wheat breads and pastas are good sources. Just watch those portions!
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if they've got hard-boiled eggs, those are great with salad. just watch your portions if they don't serve whole eggs. like RUSUNA said, chicken is usually a pretty safe bet if grilled.
If they've got tuna, that's good, too. Just watch out for mayo they put in it if prepared for you. Consider eating kidney beans on salads or garbanzo beans. I've found that hummus isn't a safe bet for me because I can't watch my portions with it.
Hope it's going well for you so far!
Just take five minutes to regroup, and don't ever forget to make time for what makes you happy.
that can be hard. i tried to go for chicken breast or thigh meat if it was on the menu and not slathered in a super sugary sauce. or protein powder. not the lowest in calories, but if you are desperate to get it it, you can buy a huge container and it will last awhile. thats been the easiest for me anyway.
Its not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. Nothing is easy to the unwilling.
I'm headed off to college in the fall after spending two years at university. I'll be going away, so that means dorms and meal plan. I was wondering if you guys had any suggestions for how to squeeze in protein into your campus meals? My dinning hall is all you can eat, but as it is at home I consistently fail at meeting my protein requirements. I'm pretty petite (5'0) so anything lower calorie is preferred as I only get 1200 calories to work with. Any suggestions?
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