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Pure Protein Bar
Can I eat pure protein in my this age (17 years) and if I eat then what results will it have given me in future because I need tobe fit,now Im thinner?
Eat moderately: This is a common question.My opinion is to eat a mix of healthy lean protein available naturally. Chicken, tuna, soy, nuts, yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs, beans and other legumes. It is better to not depend of protein shakes and concentrates...they are expensive and processed many times, form simple foods. ...Read more
Health and Diet: None. There is no special health benefits in protein bars. They are food. The health comes from a diet high in protein and low in sugars. Healthy eating is low calorie, low carbohydrate and high in protein. Thus including protein bars that are low in carbs increases one's total protein calories and thus is part of a healthy daily calorie consumption. ...Read more
Ok, but...: You may be not getting enough calories. There are many version-check! make sure you are getting adequate fiber. The figure is mandatory on the label-check. Slimfast is adequate in protein but has plenty of sugar-check. Drink plenty of fluids! the big question is why. Convenience; losing weight, etc! also, mr. Protein, here, would get bored............ ...Read more
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