12 High Protein Lunches - Protein is important for keeping you full and focused, so having enough at lunch is essential. You don’t want to be hungry again before the end of your workday! #Lunchbox #Protein
What Can You Eat on a Low-Oxalate, Low-Sodium, Low-Protein Diet?
Did the veterinarian advice a low protein diet for your pooch? If yes, then perhaps you should read the following article to understand why your dog requires low protein in his food, which brands to choose from, and some homemade recipes that can be suitable for your dog...
Low-Fiber and Low-Protein Foods That Are Easy to Digest
Eating meat-free doesn't mean you'll be eating low-protein. Quite the contrary! These dishes prove you can skip the meat and still pack your diet full of filling protein sources. With over 20 grams of protein per serving, these dishes are anything but rabbit food. | Cooking Light
Pumpkin Seeds Though these were once a seasonal treat, they have become part of the mainstream based on their health benefits. Pumpkin seeds are now found featured at health food stores and boast a great healthy makeup. Though they are a bit higher in fat, the key is to focus on portion to get the most out of them. You will enjoy the crunch and all the while consume a high protein snack that really adds great value. Serving size 1oz, 7 grams of protein, 153 calories.
Phenylketonuria (PKU) Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a genetic disorder in which the body can’t process part of a protein called phenylalanine (Phe).The best treatment for PKU is a diet of low-protein foods. There are special formulas for newborns. For older children and adults, the diet includes many fruits and vegetables. It also includes some low-protein breads, pastas and cereals. Nutritional formulas provide the vitamins and minerals they can’t get from their food.