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List of High Protein Foods for Any Bodybuilder by Marc D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 25 Apr 2010 12:46pm 1 Comment List of High Protein Foods When it comes to an easy to use list of high protein foods, it’s super simple if you break it down into categories.  Adding protein to your meals is simply a must.  Not with protein shakes but whole foods.  Using the list below, you can easily obtain the protein you need per day for muscle building.  There’ ... Read on »
Which food have the high protein? by suosibaiji Posted Thu 03 Jul 2014 9:19am 1.Milk and dairy foods Like milk, goat's milk, mare's milk, etc. These are all animals, which contain large amounts of milk protein, milk protein content of which contained the most abundant. Milk not only helps us to add plenty of protein, but also rich in calcium, regular consumption can help us to effectively prevent calcium deficiency situ ... Read on »
9 High Protein Breakfast Foods by laurakboll Posted Wed 14 May 2014 6:03am What is your typical breakfast? You’re probably heard the importance of adding protein to your morning meal. Here are a few of the benefits: you feel more energized, are satisfied for longer than a carb-heavy breakfast, keep your blood sugar more balanced, and often experience fewer sugar and processed carb cravings throughout the day. The ... Read on »
Focus28 High Protein Diet Foods & Plans by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Jun 2010 9:03am 28 is the new 10.  What exactly does that mean?  Well, with Focus28 you can (finally!) lose those last 10 to 12 pounds that just don’t seem to go away, and you can do it in 28 days!  Yup, you read that correctly.  Here is how it works: Focus28 allows you to pick from several different food choices so you can creat a custom plan of shak ... Read on »
MYTH OF THE HIGH-PROTEIN/LOW-CARB DIETS by marie dufour RD Registered DieticianHealth Maven Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm  Myth: High-protein/low-carbohydrate diets are a healthy way to lose weight. By Marie Dufour, RD  Fact: Getting most of our daily calories from high-protein foods like meat, eggs, and cheese is not a balanced eating plan. - Eating excess fat and cholesterol raises heart disease risk; - Eating too few fruits, vegetables, and whole gra ... Read on »
Foods High in Protein – A List by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 May 2013 8:19am The term " protein shake " means different things to different people, if you get my drift. But then again that depends on who you are – a serious fitness enthusiast or just another "wannabe". One way or another, a "workout" is in order, isn't it? But I digress… Protein, in all seriousness, is a buzzword that reverberates throu ... Read on »
Foods High in Protein by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 8:38am Protein. It's an industry buzzword when it comes to fitness, bodybuilding and athletics. It's literally everything to these people who want to get to the top, and you find several people who are in this group cramming large amounts of protein in various forms to get that extra edge. Take bodybuilders for example… I love Arn ... Read on »
Foods High in Protein by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Nov 2010 5:36am Introduction In education, the concept of "building blocks" is used both in its physical and in a metaphorical sense. While children are given building blocks to have fun with, most educationist consider the art of teaching to be based on building blocks, where each "block" is essentially the information which needs to be d ... Read on »
Man Food: High Protein Pan Pizza by FitMamaEats Posted Thu 21 Jun 2012 7:15am I've discovered the 5-minute cooking video thanks to YouTube. Starting a blog used to be the latest and greatest; now it's having your own YouTube channel. I like YouTube cooking videos because they're brief, easy and highlight one recipe, rather than having to sit through a half-hour TV cooking show. Read on »
Food News: High protein yogurt, Danio comes in 3 new flavours by Karen Morris Facebook Posted Sat 29 Mar 2014 5:30am Danone has introduced three new flavours to it's popular range of high protein yogurts, Danio. The new Mango, Honey and Plain additions contain 0% fat, with Mango and Honey averaging 122kcal per pot, whilst the Plain version contains just 81kcal. The Danio yogurts each have around 12g of protein and contain no artificial sweeteners or flavour ... Read on »