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I Need High-Protein, Family-Friendly Recipes
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I Need High-Protein, Family-Friendly Recipes

ON THIS WEEK’S episode of Dinner SOS, test kitchen director and host Chris Morocco is joined by Dan Pelosi, author of the cookbook Let’s Eat: 101 Recipes to Fill Your Heart & Home, to assist Liliana in making meals that can feed a crowd (while satisfying her family’s many dietary restrictions). Liliana lives with her […]

10+ High-Protein Heart-Healthy Vegetarian Dinner Recipes
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10+ High-Protein Heart-Healthy Vegetarian Dinner Recipes

Make one of these flavorful, high-protein dinners tonight. Vegetarian ingredients like beans, legumes, dairy, whole grains and vegetables give these meals at least 15 grams of protein per serving. These nourishing mains can help you feel full for longer, support healthy digestion and promote bone health. Plus, they are low in saturated fats and sodium, […]

20 Best High-Protein, Low-Fat Foods, Dietitians-Approved
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20 Best High-Protein, Low-Fat Foods, Dietitians-Approved

Protein is an important macronutrient for muscle building and appetite control, two key components of weight maintenance. Fat also plays a role in weight since this macronutrient helps slow down digestion, keeping you full between meals. However, fat has more calories per gram than protein and carbohydrates: 1 gram of fat has 9 calories, whereas […]

10+ High-Protein Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes
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10+ High-Protein Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes

These flavorful breakfasts are seriously worth waking up for. Whether you’re in the mood for overnight oats, omelet muffins or freezer burritos, these dishes take minimal time to reheat or put together in the morning. Plus, they each offer at least 15 grams of protein per serving to help you stay energized and satisfied until […]

25 High-Protein, Low-Fat Foods to Try
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25 High-Protein, Low-Fat Foods to Try

The macronutrients protein, fat, and carbs each play a unique role in our bodies. Protein builds and maintains muscles and bones, fat provides insulation and helps absorb fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. and carbs energize the body’s cells, tissues, and organs. But sometimes, balancing these needs can be challenging, especially if you’re trying […]