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Low Carb Blueberry Cobbler Protein Powder Topping
Any of a large group of nitrogenous compounds of high molecular weight that are essential constituents of all living organisms. They consist of one or more chains of Amino Acids linked by peptide bonds and are folded into a specific three-dimensional shape maintained ...Read more
Most vegetables!: They are not macronutrient dense! broccoli, cauliflower, greens, brussle sprouts, cabbage, lettuce. Does not apply to onions, nuts, fruits, carrots. ...Read more
Need to lose weight: In a healthy way monitored by nutritionist, md. ...Read more
Why do some people's bodies need low-carb, high protein/fat diets while others require high-carb low-fat?
I was advised by a professional to include animal protein in larger than moderate amounts (low carb). Is that safe after a decade of veganism? Thanks
I have been doing a paleo lifestyle for the past 2 months with good success. What are the risks of a diet like this? (low carb, high protein, organic)
1.5 hrs after low carb/high protein dinner my gluc level was 57 (checked 3 times). Few minutes later consistently 81. I felt fine. Error in machine?
Test: Error possible but most lab testing devices are going to have a range of values even with a standardized sample. If you felt fine since all the values were fine, be happy. If you have a standard to test against you could try that to check the machine. ...Read more
What are your goals?: Low carb protein shake can be a convenient way to get some post workout nutrition, but shouldn't replace real food all the time. Stick with whey protein rather than soy sources. If your goal is to gain weight, then add more protein to your diet including supplementing with protein shakes. If trying to lose weight, then be careful with how much you are supplementing your diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends : It depends where the protein is coming from. If from meats, then yes - heart disease, high cholesterol, kidney disease, liver disease, high blood pressure, etc. If from beans, legumes, veggies, soy, then far far less likely. And absolutely no increased cholesterol since that's only in animal products - meat, dairy, fish, eggs, animal fats/oils. ...Read more
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