The Protein Lesson

Protein Is Good!

Eating protein in every meal is essential for achieving your best health, body composition, and performance.

Without an adequate protein intake, our bodies can’t function well at all.

Protein Snacks

1. BABY CARROTS & 2 TBSP OF ALMOND BUTTER

2. HUMMUS AND 1 BELL PEPPER

3. ONE APPLE AND COTTAGE CHEESE EACHES AND

2 TBS ALMOND BUTTER

ONE CUP OF BERRIES KITH SUGAR FREE WHIP CREAM

6. TWO HARD BOILED EGGS

Fact: Consuming more protein will help maintain an optimal
body composition (in other words, help you stay leaner and more muscular) and a strong immune system, good athletic performance, and a healthy metabolism. It promotes satiety (i.e. make you feel full longer) and consequently helps you manage your body weight. In other words, we need a small amount of protein to survive, but we need a lot more to thrive.

Fact: You can’t simply eat a 16-pound steak and call it a day The body needs its protein stores to be continually replenished, which means that you should consume moderate amounts of protein at regular intervals – this means eating protein with every meal.

Genevieve Gohier HeartBeet Health 305-699-7746

Best Sources
of Protein:

Spirulina, soy protein, egg white, milk, fish, poultry, and meat.

Protein
Powders

Protein powders can be helpful if you aren’t getting enough protein from whole foods, or if you want the convenience and portability of a protein source
that won’t spoil easily.

Post
Workout
Nutrition

Post workout nutrition should be ingested within 2hrs of the workout and should always include protein and carbs to replenish, restore and build muscle.

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