Protein is an important component of every cell in the body. Hair and nails are mostly made of protein, your body uses it to build and repair tissues, make enzymes, hormones and much more! Adding more protein to your meals can improve your lifestyle in ways you never thought were even possible.
In this cookbook you will find 30 different high protein recipes, satisfying all tastes. Divided in three categories, breakfast, lunch and dinner, these recipes are suitable for everyone who enjoys a filling, healthy and delicious meal. Guiding you through the process of preparation, step by step, these recipes are easy to understand. You will find out what protein is, where it comes from and what amount of protein your body needs.
This book is recommended for:
– People who want more energy throughout the day
– Pregnant Women
– People Who Want To Lose Weight Naturally
– Anyone Who Wants A Healthier Life
In this book you will learn:
1. The Benefits Of Protein
2. Where Does Protein Come From?
3. How Much Protein Is Enough?
4. Why is Breakfast Important?
5. 10 High Protein Breakfast Recipes
6. Why Is Lunch Important?
7. 10 High Protein Lunch Recipes
8. Why Is Dinner Important?
9. 10 High Protein Dinner Recipes
Targeted Age Group:: 0
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I love cooking and I love healthy lifestyle. I have combined them both in one book.
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The Benefits Of Protein
Protein is an important component of every cell in the body. Hair and nails are mostly made of protein. Your body uses it to build and repair tissues, make enzymes, hormones and other body chemicals. Protein is an important building block of bones, cartilage, skin, muscles and blood.
Along with fat and carbohydrates, protein is a “macronutrient,” meaning that the body needs relatively large amounts of it.
Vitamins and minerals, which are needed in only small quantities, are called “micronutrients.” But unlike fat and carbohydrates, the body does not store protein, and therefore has no reservoir to draw on when it needs a new supply.
When people hear ‘protein’ and ‘exercise’ in the same sentence, they are most likely to conjure up images of bodybuilders using protein bars and milkshakes in order to maximize their workout.
Protein is important for anyone who is going to the gym, playing sports, going for runs or doing any other form of workout
To put it simply, protein is one of the main nutrients that every person needs to maintain a healthy body. It helps to repair any internal or external damage, supports the immune system and contributes to an overall feeling of wellbeing.
At a cellular level, proteins are used for just about everything, from transporting messages, carrying out the instructions of DNA and defending, preserving and repairing essential life functions
Where does protein come from?
Protein comes from a variety of sources, including meat, milk, fish, soy, eggs, beans, legumes, and nut butters. When proteins are digested, they leave behind amino acids, which the human body needs to break down food.
Whey, a high quality protein source naturally found in milk, is a complete protein and contains all of the amino acids your body needs. In general, proteins derived from animal sources (i.e. milk, eggs & meat) are complete, but your body’s ability to use the protein varies. This is why getting your proteins in a natural way is better.
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