The doctor and the dietician are unanimous,’Take protein for weight gain and to speed up healing.’ The dietician named a variety of protein supplements like B protein, Whey Protein and more. Wow! A hunt for proteins. All because they are the building blocks of our body and are the major components in our cells, nails and hair. Your body needs protein to make enzymes, hormones and other chemicals.
Protein fills you up, curbs your appetite and changes your metabolism.
All this and you body doesn’t make nor store a single ounce of protein. You have to eat or drink your daily protein requirements. Your protein intake requirement is based on your gender, your height and weight. On an average, you should consume 2-4 ounces of protein per day divided in to 2 or 3 servings.
Non-fat cottage cheese
Beans (black beans, kidney beans, chick peas or lentils)