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... If you are a 15 year old male and working out hard, I think a protein supplement is a very good idea. At no other time in your life will your body need more protein than now. ... (6 replies)
... I agree with Lisa. The best foods for your age are real ones, not manufactured powdered and reconstituted fake foods. The human race is meant to eat real food. My advice is to follow Lisa's advice: "whole grains like barley, whole wheat, brown rice and lean cuts of meat, beans also" --Rheanna (6 replies)
... whole grains like barley, whole wheat, brown rice and lean cuts of meat, beans also. I do not believe in any of those protein drinks so my advice from me would be eat the healthy stuff.. ... (6 replies)

... Im 15 and i work out... so i was hoping that the bread had that much protein. Is there any food tht can be eaten daily thts very rich in protein? ... (6 replies)
... Raikiri, No, that's impossible. You can't get 172 grams of protein out of 185 grams of ANYTHING except a can of 93% PROTEIN SUPPLEMENT! (6 replies)
... I got brown toast with malted wheat flakes in them... ... (6 replies)
... You can also try switching to brown rice and brown bread. Try and replace snacking on chocolate with snacking on fruit or raw vegetables. ... (3 replies)
... For protein butters are an excellent choice. Peanut butter, almond butter, other nut butters. For carbohydrates you might want to try eating bananas and other fruits. ... (5 replies)
... een a fussy eater when it comes to some things and i cannot eat fish or chicken in any form. Beef i can manage but i really dont enjoy eating it. The only real protein i regularly eat is bacon. I have no problems with any veg or fruit. ... (8 replies)
... and "pro active" butter. What is special about weight watchers brown bread? ... (2 replies)
... can of vegtable soup with two slices of weight watchers brown bread spread with pro active butter. ... (2 replies)
Bread
Jul 21, 2008
... I haven't cut bread out, but I eat LESS of it and feel great! ... (5 replies)
Banana bread
Oct 18, 2005
... First, I wouldn't omit all the sugar. Try cutting it in half and see how you do. I'm also including a nice honey banana bread recipe for you... ... (3 replies)
... weirdness :s (6 replies)
Usable Protein
Aug 25, 2005
... Nope, no NPU required for the protein on a nutrition label. ... (9 replies)
... to thrive healthily. To them rice has VERY MUCH nutritional value. Americans have been trained by a couple of industries to think that only high protein or high vitamin content have "nutritional value." Or that foods that don't cost a lot aren't good for you...that's called MARKETING! ... (11 replies)
My new meal plan
Jun 17, 2016
... Hi all, I've been a yo yo weight gainer / loser my entire life. I've been 16 stone, I've been 9 stone and I've managed to maintain between 10 and 11 for the last four years. Recently tho I'm starting to tip the scales above 11 stone and generally feel fat, I'm eating junk again and my willpower has dipped significantly. What I want to do is totally strip back my diet,... (2 replies)
Any ideas?
Dec 13, 2015
... Gluten intolerance is a condition that causes a person to react after ingesting gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. ... (3 replies)
... ydrates for you are complex carbohydrates. Like the LGI seeded, health, multigrain and pumkin seed breads, to name a few. Sweet potato instead of white potato, brown rice, wholewheat pastas. Other carbohydrates are not sustaining as the LGI foods. ... (3 replies)
... and started some CLA. He suggested that I think of incorporating protein shakes, not for building mass but because I don't get enough protein due to the veggie problem. ... (4 replies)




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