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Where do you get your protein? @VeggieWHAT pic.twitter.com/eIoc7cizmf | You don't need to eat meat to get your protein. Cut out the middle man and eat the veggies directly. More importantly, think of the water given to cattle just so we can have a steak or chop. Chicken, fish and especially vegetables are ecofriendly, cattle is not..
Dried fish or “Fish Jerky” WINS containing a massive 80 grams of protein per 100g serving! All these foods however are brilliant sources of protein so eat what you like. If it fits your macros. #IIFYM If you’d like more options on what proteins to eat, then download my FREE guide The Fat Loss Effect. Only at hadfit.com 👈🏽 #protein #food
There are endless ways to get crafty with low-carb dinners—veggie-crust pizzas, riced cauliflower, zucchini noodles, you name it. But while these substitutes can be great hacks if you eat low carb or are just looking for lower-carb options, creative can be too hard for every day. Here are 7 super easy, high-protein, low-carb dinners that you'll want to make all the time.
Do you struggle to get your daily protein in evert day? I know I sometimes definitely do! Here's a little something that might help you make choices to get your protein in!-You might want to save this to use it the next time you're going grocery shopping!-Lastly I want to say you don't need supplements but they for sure make life a hell of a lot easier!-What's your favorite/go-to protein source? #dietplan
BariatricPal Fruit 15g Protein Drinks - Pineapple Orange:A fruit smoothie can land you in trouble with the sugar and calories, but you can also choose a high-protein BariatricPal Ready to Shake Instant Protein Drink – Pineapple Orange instead. It has 15 grams of protein plus vitamins and minerals, so you can use it as a meal replacement or a snack. It tastes so good and is so satisfying, you’d never guess it only has 70 calories.For those times when you ne