How to Add More Protein to Your Diet

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Whether you’re trying to gain muscle mass, lose weight, bulk up or are just trying to eat better to fuel your body, you have to introduce more protein into your diet. Of course, this is easier said than done. Finding foods and creating meal plans that are filled with protein but low in carbohydrates, fat and calories can be tough and time-consuming. We’re here to help! With our range of protein-rich products and expert advice, you’ll be consuming more protein in no time.

Why is Protein Important?

We can’t very well tell you how to incorporate more protein into your diet without telling you why you should.

In short, protein helps every single cell in your body. Yep! Your fingernails are made of protein and your body uses protein to build and repair tissue, including - of course - muscle tissue. Enzymes, hormones and other important body chemicals are made from - you guessed it! - protein.

We could go into detail about the role protein plays in your blood, skin and bones, but we’ll stick with muscles for now. A constant supply of protein helps your muscles recover after a strenuous workout. The more protein you consume, the quicker this recovery will take place and the quicker you’ll build muscle mass.  Without protein, you wouldn't be able to maintain muscle, let alone build it!

But protein isn’t just important on a cellular level. Protein also keeps you feeling fuller, longer. This will help you curb cravings and could help you lose weight.

Want to learn more? Check out our blog about protein and the body.

Bars, Drinks and Powder

While you can up your intake of foods that are naturally high in protein (we’ll tell you all about that later…) the most efficient way to consume more protein is via our great product range. From protein powder to protein-packed cookies, we’ve spent time researching and taste testing our formulas so that all customers get the best products possible.

Start your morning with two scoops of ULTRA WHEY for 35 grams of protein. For a tasty snack before a workout or on-the-go, our PRO 2GO OAT BAKE is high in protein and low in both carbs and sugar.  For a late-night treat that you won’t feel guilty about, our PRO 2GO MILKSHAKE comes in both chocolate and strawberry and contains 22 grams of protein per 310 ML.

Foods Highest in Protein

Protein should be a part of everything you eat, from breakfast through to dinner. To make it easy, we’ve sorted high-protein foods by meal, and have even included a category for snacks!

Breakfast

Lunch

  • Chicken Breast
  • Tuna
  • Chickpeas
  • Quinoa
  • Kale
  • Goats Cheese

Dinner

  • Salmon
  • Broccoli
  • Lean Beef
  • Lentils
  • Sweet Potato

Snacks

  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Almonds
  • Hummus
  • Chia Seed Pudding
  • Nut Butter

Need some inspiration for your next meal? We have dozens of tried and tested recipes. From easy-to-make chocolate protein bread to Mongolian Beef, we have something for everyone.

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