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Healthy Moms Dictionary- Multiple Food Protein Intolerance by Cascia T. Posted Thu 04 Dec 2008 11:40pm What is Multiple Food Protein Intolerance? Some people get food protein intolerance and food allergies confused. This article is meant to end the confusion and explain the differences between the two and what you can do if you or your child has multiple food intolerance. Food intolerance or food sensitivity is a slow negative reaction ... Read on »
Healthy Brain Foods: The Proteins by Patsi K. Doctor of Psychology Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 9:02pm Which proteins are particularly good for your brain? This list continues Dr. Amen's recommendations for step 6 in his series on promoting healthy brain through food and nutrition. Lean Protein 1. Fish -- Salmon (especially Alaskan Salmon caught in the wild, farmed fish is not as rich in omega-3-fatty acids), tuna, mackerel, herring (als ... Read on »
In the Kitchen with Dr Hyman: Whole Food Protein Shake by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 11 May 2013 4:28pm Dr. Mark Hyman, author of The Blood Sugar Solution and The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook, invites you into his kitchen to serve up a delicious Whole Food Protein Shake. Read on »
Running On Food: Why Protein Matters by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 10:00pm This article is part of a popular series on Nutrition for Runners.   Heatherfrom the blog, Trials of Training, has offered her expertise in Nutrition to runners in the Lounge to pass along information on recipes, nutrition, and running/food related questions.  She has her BS in Nutrition from Penn State, she is currently working to be a Registere ... Read on »
More tainted pet food protein likely imported by Matt FM. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:09pm http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18279643/wid/11915773?GT1=9303 Here is the beginning of the article, the full text can be found with the above link. I'm glad someone is taking the initiative to do something about this mess. "A second company likely imported rice protein from China that was contaminated with a chemical linked to a major pet f ... Read on »
Post-Workout Foods: Proteins and Carbs to Keep You Feeling Toned by Dina S. Posted Wed 13 Apr 2011 12:22pm by Lindsay Barton, blogger As soon as your workout is finished, a post-workout meal immediately following exercise is essential for muscle recovery. The body must receive adequate amounts of protein and carbohydrates in order to repair muscles. Exercise wears down muscle tissue and protein is an important component of rebuilding t ... Read on »
Which foods have the most proteins? @WomensHealthMag will tell you. by Tara Posted Mon 08 Jul 2013 10:07pm I baked a few chicken breasts for dinner tonight. Could chicken be any easier to cook? Seriously, a little garlic powder and some freshly cracked black pepper...I mean, come on. Just one of a gazillion different ways to approach it, all of which are generally considered to be delicious. Chicken is just that versatile. It's also full of protein an ... Read on »
Food on a Budget: Protein ... by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:41pm Food on a Budget: Protein by Brett Blumenthal As the economy continues to be somewhat unpredictable, you are probably looking for ways to cut back spending in a lot of areas…food being one of them.  If you do your research, it is possible to still eat healthy and not spend a fortune.  It means understanding wha ... Read on »
Pet food recall: Petrus 21% Protein Dog Food by Therese K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 10:28pm Another dog food manufactured at the Cargill plant in Louisiana has been recalled due to Aflatoxin. Petrus Feed & Seed is recalling one of their foods that is distributed in Louisiana. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 14, 2011 – Petrus Feed and Seed Stores, Inc. today announced a voluntary recall of its dry dog food – 21% Protein D ... Read on »
Healthy Food on a Budget: Protein by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm 1 Comment by Brett Blumenthal As the economy continues to be somewhat unpredictable, you are probably looking for ways to cut back spending in a lot of areas…food being one of them.  If you do your research, it is possible to still eat healthy and not spend a fortune.  It means understanding what things cost per serving, and what nutritional values are ... Read on »