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If I were a protein-rich food, I’d be… by NutritionLeslie Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 8:17am An EGG and here’s why!! The quality of protein in an egg is the highest of any whole food; it is second only to breast milk. So, for grown-ups, this is as good a protein as you can get!   Eggs are a great addition to breakfast because the protein aids in maintaining satiety (which can aid in weight management). Research suggests that eg ... Read on »
The 5 Best Protein Sources for Building Muscle by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 06 May 2008 7:02pm 1 Comment Weight Loss Experts continuously debate over which diets are best: “low carb” or “low fat”. I am not sure which side is currently winning and frankly I don’t care. In my opinion, the macronutrients that are most important to weight loss are proteins. Benefits of Protein Protein benefits weight loss in many ways: Building muscle ... Read on »
Benefits of Protein Powders - What's your favorite brand? by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 05 May 2009 5:55pm Protein Powders You’ve read a million articles… heard or watched a million endorsements that elicit the benefits of protein powders that can turn you into ‘The Incredible Hulk’ or his delightful real-world compadre, Hulk Hogan. Before we can talk about protein powders, let’s understand what protein is and how foods high in pro ... Read on »
What’s The Highest Protein Content Food? | Ask The Fitness Nerd by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 11:44pm 1 Comment Which Food Has The Highest Protein Content? We Dig Into The Numbers and Settle a Bet. Sort Of … Dear Fitness Nerd, Can you tell me what is the highest protein content food? My buddy and I have a bet going on this one. He says eggs and I say whey protein isolate has the highest protein. Who’s right? I have $25 bucks riding on this. Thanks. ... Read on »
Brain foods improve cognitive fi... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:57pm Brain foods improve cognitive fitness and enhance mental power. It’s possible to improve the brain’s performance by including brain foods in our diet. Eating the right foods can boost IQ, improve mood and concentration and sharpen memory. A diet containing specific brain foods also helps to decrease the effects of oxidation and inflammati ... Read on »
Older Women Should Exercise, Eat Protein To Preserve Muscle by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 8:07pm Older women loose more muscle mass than men and they need regular exercising and protein eating to preserve muscle. A joint team of researchers from University of Nottingham in the UK and Washington University School of Medicine in the US examined 29 men and women aged from 65 to 80. Previous studies showed a little difference between mu ... Read on »
Why Protein? by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 10:40am The Power Of Protein It’s essential to the growth, repair, and maintenance of all body tissues. It’s also required for making enzymes – catalysts essential to all life processes, and hormones – powerful chemical messengers that circulate through your bloodstream to specific target cells, where they generate a wide range of biological respo ... Read on »
Why Protein? by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Nov 2009 4:35am The Power of Protein It’s essential to the growth, repair, and maintenance of all body tissues. It’s also required for making enzymes - catalysts essential to all life processes, and hormones - powerful chemical messengers that circulate through your bloodstream to specific target cells, where they generate a wide range of biological responses ... Read on »
Foods your liver will love (and hate!) by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 8:38pm You can usually spot people with a healthy liver – they have glowing healthy skin and clear eyes. Your liver is very responsive to changes in your diet and lifestyle – look after it well and you will reap the benefits: Not just in how you look, but how alive you feel. Here are foods that will nurture your liver: -          Fresh fruit ... Read on »