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Is our love of protein hurting our health? Make sure you're eating the right amount

According to the National Urea Cycles Disorder Foundation , the condition may be mild, and undiagnosed for years if the individual carrying it produces enough enzymes to remove these protein byproducts from the blood. It’s when the body is pushed to the limit that problems may occur. An excessively high intake of protein can be one of these stressors.

Death from too much protein intake is not something you hear of every day, but there are certainly people who should focus on getting less (not more) protein in their diets. For example, individuals who have chronic kidney disease, certain diseases of the liver as well as phenylketonuria (PKU) and other inherited disorders all require a low-protein diet.

On the opposite end of this are populations that need more protein: endurance or weight-training athletes, pregnant and breastfeeding women , individuals recovering from surgery or injury and elderly. Then, there's the rest of us. What’s the protein sweet spot for everyone inside the extreme ranges and can we keep including all the bars, powders and liquids safety and effectively?

Muscle Builder Diet?

I need a diet plan to go along with me starting a gym membership plan. I want to lose weight and I want to build a nice layer of muscle like this (http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1114/6647 94681_7ea7d35528.jpg?v=0) can someone tell me a good diet plan


ew..he's to skinny.My hubby looks like that,but with more bulk...thats too skinny

Can an armature body builder build adequate muscle mass on a vegetarian diet?

what foods are high in protein?
i need around 100 grams a day.


Not just vegetarian, but also vegan:

http://www.veganbodybuilding.com/

Try amaranth, chia, quinoa, tempeh, tofu, edamame, seitan (all vegan), whey, eggs (both vegetarian, but not vegan). Most of those protein 'shakes' you


Beef!


Foods that are high in protein:
Beef
Milk
Chicken
Turkey
Cheese
Pork
Fish
Shrimp
Duck
Rabbit
Egg
Lobster
Alligator
Squirrel
Buffalo
Clams