High Protein Vegetarian Recipe - Pressure Cooked Vegetarian Chili
Whether you have digestive issues that preclude you from eathing meat, or avoiding meat is a lifestyle choice, it’s still important to get adequate protein in your diet. And, if you exercise, it’s that much more important to make sure your muscles have enough protein to rebuild and grow with. Here’s a simple, yet tasty
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Healthy Recipe: Sirloin and Vegetable Stir-Fry
Eating properly for strength training means choosing high-quality protein sources and eating them at the optimal times – so having a protein in your diet is a healthy recipe for muscle growth. One thing to keep in mind is that unlike carbohydrates and fat, protein is not a primary energy source. But, protein does play
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How To Get More Protein In Your Diet
We all know that your body needs protein. Every time you work out, you break down your muscles a little bit, and you gain muscle as your body rebuilds itself – and compensates for your newly increased activity level. Not to mention that your body also needs protein to maintain bone mass and your immune
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Get More Protein In Your Diet - Try Tuna!
Your body needs protein to build new muscle, and rebuild muscle after a workout. And, with a busy schedule, it’s not always easy to get enough protein during the day. But, tuna is a great way to make sure your diet does include enough protein. A 3 1/2 oz serving of tuna gets you 30g
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Intermittent Eating
The concept behind the idea of eating extra protein for building muscle seems to make sense. After all, muscles are made up of protein. It would only make sense that if you’re trying to build muscle, you’ll need extra protein. But will eating more protein help you to gain muscle? In reality, taking in more
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How Much is Too Much Protein?
Whether you’re building muscle to add bulk, or to enhance your metabolism for weight loss (or – both!) – your muscles need protein to grow. And, with the popularity of diets such as Whole30, Keto, and Paleo, all based around the concept of low-carb / high protein, it seems as though there is no limit
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