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What Is A Complete Protein? Complete vs Incomplete Proteins | Ask The Fitness Nerd by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 08 Mar 2009 3:39pm Completely Confused About Complete Proteins? Learn What A Complete Protein Is and How Balance Your Protein Intake Dear Fitness Nerd, Can you explain exactly what a complete protein is? I’m 23 and pretty into fitness, working out, etc. I lift weights several times a week and run daily.  But I’m also a vegetarian and concerned I may not be e ... Read on »
Becoming a Vegetarian Runner: Performance Advantages, Potential Pitfalls, and the Different Types of Vegetarianism by runnersconnect Posted Tue 04 Jun 2013 6:00am Vegetarian and vegan diets are not often associated with the expected diets of high-class athletes. But believe it or not, some of the World’s best athletes are known to have diets that don’t include eating animals or animal products. This list includes track and field star Carl Lewis, Iron Man champion Dave Scott, tennis greats Martina Nav ... Read on »
GF and Healthy–February Newsletter by Cheryl H. Registered Dietician Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 10:55pm Gluten free whole grains: Most of us start out on a gluten free diet with a lot of rice and potatoes.  I remember when I bought my first bag of quinoa. I didn’t know how to cook it or what it tasted like. Needless to say, it stayed in my cabinet for an awfully long time.  But there’s a great world of gluten free whole grains out there, from t ... Read on »
Gluten Free and Healthy–Feb 2010 Newsletter by Cheryl H. Registered Dietician Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 7:08pm Gluten free whole grains: Most of us start out on a gluten free diet with a lot of rice and potatoes.  I remember when I bought my first bag of quinoa. I didn’t know how to cook it or what it tasted like. Needless to say, it stayed in my cabinet for an awfully long time.  But there’s a great world of gluten free whole grains out there, ... Read on »
Vegetarianism – An Introduction by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:33pm A Vegetarian is an individual whose diet does not include meat, fish, poultry and other slaughter-by products. To what degree does he/she avoids meet distinguishes vegetarians into these further categories. Pescatarian – An individual whose diet excludes all animal flesh except fish Semi-Vegetarian or Flexitarian – Mostly veget ... Read on »
RAW SOURCES OF PROTEIN – thanks to Rawtarian for the info by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Feb 2014 9:44pm POST #1002 I’ve been hearing from people asking about raw vegan protein sources, and I always fall back on my old standby’s: raw nuts and seeds, lentil, sunflower seed, and alfalfa sprouts, and people keep coming up with reasons why they cannot eat whatever I say.   Tonight, I just got someone to admit that she had been avoiding raw nuts be ... Read on »
Soy Protein Mythbusters by Carissa Fit2flex Facebook Posted Mon 11 Jun 2012 11:54am The main reason I decided to go to college a second time and become a registered dietitian, was because I wanted to know THE FACTS. The FOOD facts.  Personally, I felt confused by all the food myths and media propaganda. I wanted to know what was healthiest for me and my family. Thanks to FitFluential and Solae , I am able to bring some of t ... Read on »
10 Sources of Protein for Vegetarians/Non-Meat Eaters` by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Apr 2011 7:14am Image by goaliej54 It can be a bit of a dilemma, especially for vegetarians, who want to eat a reasonable amount of protein. But don’t know which foods they can eat,  this post will hopefully solve that for our non-meat eating friends among us. The Daily Mail reported the other day a fantastic list of high protein foods , which is ... Read on »
wannabe yogi & complete protein sources by hayden616 Posted Wed 19 Sep 2012 11:22pm Because I’m injured from running and cycling, the only physical activities I can really do are swim and yoga. And for those of you who know me personally know that I’m a horrible swimmer and I really just don’t enjoy it.  Not to mention the recreational hours at the UNCW natatorium are minimal and at atypical times of day. Thus, I caved in and ... Read on »
sources of complete lean protein by vanillacocoberry Posted Sat 07 Jan 2012 1:28am source Hello and good morning, my dear readers ♥As promised, today's topic is all about sources to get in your daily needs of protein. Your body needs protein in order to build and repair tissues. Besides it's widely known that a diet high in protein is essential if you want to build fat-burning muscle, feel satisfied & fuller lo ... Read on »