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Healthy Eating: List of High Protein Vegetables by OatmealBowl Posted Thu 07 Jun 2012 7:00am Protein is the building blocks for bones, muscles, skin, and blood. Bodybuilders and endurance athletes can benefit from a high protein diet — in that it helps to build muscle and/or repair muscle that breaks down during training exercises. Eating high protein vegetables is an easy way and healthy way to meet your daily nutriti ... Read on »
What Is Textured Vegetable Protein or TVP? | Ask The Fitness Nerd by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:38pm What Is Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) And Where Does This Mysterious Vegetable Protein Come From? We Unlock The Secrets of This Common High-Protein Food Ingredient Dear Fitness Nerd, I’ve been reading ingredient labels a lot more lately and trying to eat cleaner and healthier. I’ve come across something a number of times called “texture ... Read on »
5 Ideal Foods For Diabetics to Control of Blood Glucose by Varadharajan R Posted Fri 04 Jun 2010 9:15am Many diabetics are nowadays well aware of their condition and very often they rush to the clinical doors for getting their condition diagnosed followed by prescription medication. It’s quite ok. But they are not sure of the chances that diet foods are the prime concern to reduce sugar intake in the blood stream. Here you have the description of ... Read on »
USDA replaces MyPyramid with MyPlate by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 11:34am First lady Michelle Obama unveiled the new USDA MyPlate on June 2, 2011.  The previous food guide, MyPyramid, was criticized for being too confusing.  The new, simply designed MyPlate graphic will replace MyPyramid, and is designed to reflect the new USDA 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which were released in January 2011. ... 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 »
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 »
PROTEIN VS. CARBOHYDRATES by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 May 2009 10:34pm Does protein cause osteoporosis? Won't it make me skinny? Do carbs cause diabetes? Don't they make you fat? During the 70s, the Atkins Diet Revolution was all the rage in the diet world. During the 80s, cutting calories was the magic answer. In the 90s, Susan Powter and the low-fat fad ruled. Now we've managed to come fu ... Read on »
Health Benefits of Sea Vegetables - Chlorella, Dunaliella Salina, Hawaiian Spirulina by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jan 2011 5:30pm The sea provides us with a wide supply of food rich in different types of nutrients. Apart from the fishes and other animal sources, the sea also harbours numerous vegetables and algae that are considered rich sources of essential nutrients. Numerous research is being conducted on different plant resources available widely in the se ... Read on »
Fruits and Veggies Limit Inflammatory Protein by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:02pm (Hat tip: Binstock) Fruits and Veggies Limit Inflammatory Protein (with recipe) Janet Raloff Over the past few years, many studies have linked an increased risk of debilitating illness—such as heart disease or diabetes—with chronically elevated blood concentrations of a protein typically associated with inflammation. In many case ... Read on »
Do High Protein Diets Work? by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Sep 2011 5:36am Image by thienzieyung This is a guest post by Natasha Pranevich of nscclinics.co.uk High protein diets have been attracting a lot of attention from weight loss specialists   dieters, dieticians, health consultants and general public. An increasing number of weight loss diets recommend high levels of protein for better weight loss ... Read on »