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AS A NEW VEGETARIAN, WHAT ARE SOME WAYS THAT I CAN MAINTAIN MY PROTEIN INTAKE? by Jessie Posted Sun 07 Aug 2011 9:47pm Query by lafemmenakia: As a new vegetarian, what are some ways that I can keep my protein intake? I am a “new” vegetarian, but I have some concerns about maintaining my protein intake. What I am considering of carrying out is consuming a great deal of beans right up until I get my diet plan right, but I need to have some pointers. I am ... Read on »
5 Myths About Arm Fat And Protein Intake by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Dec 2011 4:02am Both fad diets and marketing campaigns have created more flabby arm confusion than ever before. Women are utterly lost when it comes to protein intake. Maybe you are lost I know I was. Finding the truth can be like finding a needle in a haystack. There is simply way too much marketing material to navigate. Unfortunately, not knowing ... Read on »
5 Myths About Arm Fat And Protein Intake by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 10:02pm Both fad diets and marketing campaigns have created more flabby arm confusion than ever before. Women are utterly lost when it comes to protein intake. Maybe you are lost I know I was. Finding the truth can be like finding a needle in a haystack. There is simply way too much marketing material to navigate. ... Read on »
Protein Intake and Kidney Failure? by kmacphee Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 12:00am In a recent conversation regarding nutrition with a client, the topic of slightly increasing protein intake came up and was answered with an age old response that I feel has been well covered in the literature, however, because word (rumour) travels faster than a full study like this one , the debate continues with regards to the in ... Read on »
Bodybuilding and Protein intake: It’s about the quality, not the quantity dudes (and dudettes) by Doug Wallace Posted Sun 21 Oct 2012 1:36am I can't say this is truly fact,  just my opinion based upon experimentation. Among's weightlifters, the is this tendency to put down as much protein, especially animal protein, as possible, to bulk up and build muscle. I have found this to be a waste of time, for one simple reason, in that the human body can only process so much of ... Read on »
Increase Protein Intake With Designer Whey by coffeecakeandcardio Posted Sat 16 Feb 2013 6:00pm These past few weeks I’ve been making more of an effort to limit my carbohydrate intake and to increase my protein intake. I’ve never had a problem coming up with carb options…but I always seem to get bored with my protein options. There are only so many eggs, chicken breasts, and cottage cheese cups this girl can eat. As a FitFluential Amb ... Read on »
Increased Protein Intake by Pam Tremble Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 May 2009 11:36pm So for the past couple weeks I've been eating a lot of protein. Hitting about 150g protein per day. It's a lot harder than I thought it'd be -- easy for a few days, but hard to do it consistantly. If you'll remember, I'm doing this major increase because of my low prealbumin numbers in the last lab draw. I've got another lab draw scheduled for J ... Read on »
Higher protein intakes naturally lead to less eating later on by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 11:08am I usually eat breakfast, but sometimes I drink it. If I’m short on time and it’s too early to eat I might whizz up a ‘smoothie’ with a range of ingredients that cover a number of nutritional bases. Typical ingredients include berries, plain, raw egg, full-fat yoghurt, coconut milk and/or cream, water and a little honey. One of the tricks to eat ... Read on »
upping my protein intake by vanillacocoberry Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 2:52am About to get in my workout for today. See my scores below for yesterday's Day #2. My goal the next couple of weeks is to incorporate more complete lean protein in my diet as I have been reading a lot of fitness blogs lately and I fear I might not be getting enough of it :-/Our bodies rely on proteins and essential amino acids in order ... Read on »
Upping Vegetable Protein Intake May Help People with Kidney Disease by Medline Plus Posted Thu 07 Nov 2013 12:00pm More study needed, but initial findings suggest a benefit, experts say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Chronic Kidney Disease , Dietary Proteins Read on »