. Protein is “thermogenic,” which means that it requires a lot of energy to metabolize and digest. Every time you eat protein it physically burns calories; in fact, protein burns approximately 1/3 of its calories through digestion. On top of burning calories, protein also helps keep blood sugar levels controlled and minimizes spikes in insulin. THAT’s the definition of a fat-blasting nutrient.
10 ways to add protein to your breakfastGet your mornings off to the best start in 2016 with these tasty breakfasts, each one a source of natural protein.Explore more ways to enjoy protein over at the graze online shop, including chia, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
Plant-based protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin sources. (except bread / molasses — might as well just eat meat — and ignore the thing about cholesterol ... there is heavy debate about whether dietary cholesterol causes heart disease or if it's sugar) @fiance9