- Q What are good high-protein snacks?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineHere's what belongs on your high-protein snack list: A cup of plain, fat-free, no-sugar-added Greek yogurt sprinkled with walnuts A few slices of broiled or baked chicken breast (skip the skin) A glass of skim milk and a hard-boiled egg Peanut... Full Answer
- Q What is instant protein?
Stacy Wiegman, PharmacyInstant protein (also known as whey protein) is a concentrated form of protein that can be mixed with your foods and beverages. A serving provides from 6 to 16 g of extra protein. It is a food supplement and does not require a prescription. It is made... Full Answer
- Q What is lean beef?
Keri Gans, Nutrition & DieteticsThe USDA defines lean beef as having less than 10 grams of total fat, 4.5 grams or less of saturated fat, and less than 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 3½-ounce serving. Full Answer
- Q What are good sources of amino acids?
Dr. Vonda Wright, Orthopedic SurgeryThe most complete sources of amino acids are meat, dairy foods, and eggs. Many other foods contain amino acids and protein, but only these three contain all the essential amino acids. Everywhere you look there are bottles and bars packed with... Full Answer