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Gluten Free Protein Shakes
I am trying to make a gluten free food replacement shake for myself for1-2 meals a day. I am not sure if I should add raw quinoa and rice flour.
Gluten-free: Both quinoa and rice flour are both gluten-free products. ...Read more
Wheat barley rye contains gluten, a protein molecule that in susceptible people can cause reactions and long term illness. There is celiac, the most well known and severe gluten disease. There is gluten sensitivity, affecting more people, but usually milder. There is wheat allergy, less common than the others. The treatment, for now, is to avoid all gluten in ...Read more
I am vegetarian and gluten free. I consume eggs, fish, lentils, beans and greek yogurt for protein. Any other alternatives?
Nuts ; seeds, also..: Technically you're not a vegetarian since you eat fish; it's fine to eat-just don't say you're a vegetarian! Nuts ; seeds are excellent sources of protein- hemp seeds are among the very best sources. Greens like broccoli ; kale contain surprising amounts of protein- see http://www. Drfuhrman. Com/faq/question. Aspx? Sid=16;qindex=9 quinoa is also a good source. Your current diet supplies good protein. ...Read more
Protein Shakes: Should be fine. Do your research on the quality of the shake as some have been found to contain toxic heavy metals. Also watch the amount of calories/carbohydrates in them. For muscle mass increase, restrict carbohydrates and add protein for 2 hours post workout. For quicker/increased recovery increase carbohydrates and restrict protein post workout. ...Read more
All without carbs!: Eas carbvantage, 17g atkins morning shake: 16g. Premium (cosco): 30g. There are many. Cost does not equal the best! ...Read more
Short answer: I tell patients no one goes out to dinner for a protein shake or bars. So why do it now? You need to learn to eat correctly for yourself. If you educate yourself on what works for you that is half the battle. For more help check out our web page at www. Weighstation. Net, read the newsletters for lots of great ideas. P90x and real food you should be fine! ...Read more
No.: Thirst is a complex response that the brain processes, usually used to communicate to the person on the needs of fluids. If you are not drinking enough fluids, your body will let you know. This thirst response is decreased in elderly patients. ...Read more
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No: They may not overload the liver, but they can force the kidney to work a bit harder. If yyour kidneys are compromised in any way, you need to reduce the amount of protein you take in. Humans can only absorb less than 2 grams of protein/kg of body weight at the absolute maximum....The rest is just excess calories. ...Read more
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