Protein has an important part in our recovery process. The foods that you eat in the first hour of recovery are essential to getting you on the road to your next workout or race. It is recommended to eat carbohydrates and protein in the 4:1 ratio within the first 30 to 60 minutes after a race or long run. That is, eat 4 grams of carbohydrates to 1 gram of protein. But how will you get your protein? From which source? Check your Protein IQ!
food combining charts explaining good, bad and excellent choices. They look at carbohydrates, fat and protein content when paired together or separately. Vegetables (non, low or high starch) and fruits (low, sub or high acidity) are creatively identified.
These are MIRACLE muffins!!! Incredibly rich and loaded with dark chocolate chips, what really blew me away is how healthy they are. Each muffin has only 75 calories and 2g net carbs, but they pack 10g protein!!! Make these muffins and find out why they're our new favorite breakfast.
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
Forks Over Knives - Campbell and Esselstyn's research led them to a startling conclusion: degenerative diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even several forms of cancer, could almost always be prevented—and in many cases reversed—by adopting a whole-foods, plant-based diet.