High Protein Meals Help You Lose Weight - AARP

Posted November 19, 2017

Every day we should do the exercise of asking ourselves, what am I eating or is I ingesting calorie worthless? Am I having breakfast properly? Are we jumping meals through the rush or stress?

We are what we eat and bring good nutrition makes us feel good and enjoy healthfully our years of life.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics named National Nutrition Month in March to reinforce education about how important it is to make a wise selection when it comes to choosing foods. Also promoting the development of healthy nutritional patterns and physical activity.

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Well let's talk a little of the protein and the boom that these have gained in recent times. It turns out that indeed the proteins came to stay and is that a study from Purdue University found that ingesting proteins makes one feel fuller. "A lot of evidence suggests that the protein activates the release of the hormone from satiety [to feel full], and therefore should have the strongest link with satiety ratings," reported director of the Center for Research on Behavior The researchers cautioned that despite generating the feeling of fullness it is important to note that it does not mean that the person will lose weight.

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"Feelings like hunger and satiety are not the only factors that influence consumption [of calories] "Said Mattes on the matter. However, he noted that moderately increasing protein intake in our diet may be a first step for people trying to lose weight.

The WebMd portal targets the following foods:

  • Fish: It is an excellent source of protein since it is usually low in fat. Salmon is a little higher in fat, but it is good for the heart.
  • White meat poultry: No skin because the skin contains saturated fat. So you have to remove it before cooking the meat.
  • Milk, cheese and yogurt - They are excellent sources of protein and also calcium and vitamin D; important to keep your teeth healthy and prevent osteoporosis.
  • Eggs - The American Heart Association has established that healthy adults can ingest one egg a day.

Health and Wellness Discounts: Savings of up to 30% on a healthier lifestyle p> Remember that proteins can also be incorporated into snacks.

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