The Power Of Proteins

How to use the Power of Protein to build a Healthy, Strong and Good-looking Body. Protein made up of 22 amino acids that are building blocks of life.

Daily, your body produces and combines these amino acids in different ways to give your body structure, energy, resistance to disease, and the ability to repair and maintain tissue. Nine of the 22 amino acids can be manufactured by the body and must be obtained from the food you eat. Proteins that don’t contain all nine essential amino acids are incomplete. Vegetable protein, such as rice, beans, and grains are examples of incomplete proteins. Complete proteins are found in animal products such as meat, milk, and cheese.

Best Choices

  • Chicken breast
  • Lean cuts of beff
  • Whey protein powder { Designer protein}
  • Turkey breast
  • Eggs

Fish and Seafood

  • Salmon
  • Clams
  • Shrimp
  • Swordfish
  • Halibut
  • Crabmeat
  • Tuna { steaks or canned in water}
  • Sardines
  • Catfish
  • Lobster
  • Mackerel
  • Cod
  • Scallops
  • Mahi-mahi

Good Choices

  • Top Sirloin steak / Round steak
  • Beff, ground 7-10 % fat
  • Chicken, skinless dark meat
  • Turkey, skinless dark meat
  • Ham, lean
  • Pork chop
  • Turkey bacon, lean
  • Canadian bacon, lean

Fair Choices

  • Yogurt ,plain or flavored
  • Cottage cheese / Mozzarella cheese, low-fat
  • Cheese
  • Milk – 1%

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Without sufficient protein your body cannot make the structural and biochemical reactions for normal cardiovascular function, muscle contraction, healing, growth and recovery from illness. Adequate protein is vital for healthy life.

5 Quick Protein Pointers

  • Protein is required for growth and maintenance
  • Protein propels the body catabolisn/ anabolism cycle
  • Protein increases the body metabolism
  • Protein helps monitor the body water balance
  • Protein strengthens the immune system

Your body needs proteins

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Source: The Isocaloric No Diet Fat Burning Handbook by Group of Authors

The Power Of Proteins