Low Fat High Protein Diet

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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby alexaroger » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:01 pm


Egg, large - 6 grams protein
Milk, 1 cup - 8 grams
Cottage cheese, ½ cup - 15 grams
Yogurt, 1 cup – usually 8-12 grams, check label
Soft cheeses – 6 grams per oz
Medium cheeses – 7 or 8 grams per oz
Hard cheeses – 10 grams per oz


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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby mabeljames39 » Fri Aug 03, 2012 2:00 am

High Protein diet is very necessary for building your muscle. Along with exercise it is necessary for you to have highly rich protein diet. Meats, eggs, dairy, seeds, nuts, legumes are having high protein in them. I m having one secret recipe food for my family need for protein. It is Mamamancinis. They prepare this dish the exact way she did so many years ago. The meatballs are made from 100% beef, whole fresh eggs, Romano cheese, onion, parsley, a pinch of salt and pepper.

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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby Parismilton » Tue Sep 18, 2012 12:52 pm

Good low-fat sources of protein include dried beans and peas, tofu, low-fat yogurt, low-fat or skim milk, low-fat cheese, You may eat plenty of unprocessed, whole plant-based foods. A person should consume foods according to life style and work habit, a person should consume 2000 calories a day, a gram of fat has 9 calories, while a gram of carbohydrate or protein has 4 calories, remember extra calories even from fat-free, trans fat-free, and low-fat foods get stored in the body as fat.

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Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby georrgyutss » Wed Oct 10, 2012 4:18 am

The program is not a diet, although weight loss is an added perk of the program. The Transitions Lifestyle Program helps support your bodys metabolism and this allows many people to shed inches and lose body fat naturally with healthy eating and exercise.
We learn to modify our diets so our meals contain a proper ratio of healthy carbohydrates, proteins and fats. You dont eat less, you eat better. The class addresses the problems of carbohydrate sensitivity and fat storage as well as adopting a diet of low-glycemic foods.
We actually take a field trip during the class to learn about label reading and healthy shopping at the grocery store. When you sit down and read the labels and see all the ingredients, you see how things that you thought were healthy are not.
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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby AliciaParker » Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:35 am

Meat is high in protein and low in fat. You can try a variety of meat for increasing protein intake out of your food. Low fat and high protein diet is useful for building muscles. It also prevents you from heart disease.

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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby zech » Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:35 pm

Having the same food everyday in excessive amount can be bad for the health.Protein is necessary when it comes to training but access of everything is bad as we all know.So prefer natural sources of getting protein rather then getting by supplements etc.
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Re: Low Fat High Protein Diet

Postby Jenie » Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:20 am

Got some useful stuff. Also try low carbohydrate diet, which can help you to loss weight.
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