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foods rich in protein

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by salboski, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. salboski Brown Belt

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    i just moved to a foreign country and they don't eat a lot of meat here, and i cant' seem to get enough protein, and i can't find protein powder. i need some foods that have a lot of protein in them, i've been eating eggs, peanut butter, bananas, etc any help is appreciated
     
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    They have any soy beans or milk there?
     
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    tuna is your friend.
     
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    Don't eat peanut butter. Check the fat content.
     
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    He didnt say that he was worried about the fat, just that he wanted protein-type foods
     
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    Yogurt as well. And cottage cheese.
     
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    Tuna, cottage cheese, nuts, etc.
     
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    Tuna
    -if you don't like the sometimes grainy texture of regular canned tuna, splurge and spend the extra dime on solid white albacore.

    Egg whites
    -If you are worried about fat and cholesterol, then remove the yolk.

    Cottage Cheese
    -I like to buy the plain variety and add in my own fruit, it often has less sugar than the store-bought variety w/ fruit.

    Milk
    -If fat is an issue, stick to 1% or skim.
     

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