When we try to lose weight we always end up eating the same thing, and in the end we get bored. We tell you what foods you do not eat and what would be good for you because they are loaded with protein
Losing weight without hunger and fast is easy if we make the right choices with our diet. And for this we must banish sugar and eat foods high in protein. In this way, we will stay on our feet throughout the day and avoid snacking between meals. In addition, we will be able to accelerate our metabolism.
The problem with proteins is that we always end up consuming the same foods (egg, chicken, fish ...), and in the end we get bored.
Therefore, it is important to know that there are more protein-laden foods that can help us regulate blood sugar and energy levels during the day, which will prevent us from consuming carbohydrates and giving us low mid-morning or midafternoon.
6 high-protein foods you never eat
We must choose those foods that have proteins naturally, that is, no processed or rare shakes. We have made a selection for you:
1) Duck breast
It contains more fat than chicken, but it is mostly monounsaturated, meaning good. It has 20 grams of protein per 100 grams, according to Men's Health, and a steak has just 200 calories.
The chickpeas are a very good choice for lunch or dinner. They have 10 grams of protein per half can and 7 grams of fiber per serving.
The scallops have 21 grams of protein per 100 grams and they are delicious.
A food of Japanese cuisine and loaded with protein (12 grams per 100 grams) is ideal to take as an aperitif, or in salads. It also has many minerals.
In addition to being delicious and protein (15 grams per 100), they are a great source of vitamin B12. Better to take them cooked and not in oil.
Although you must be careful not to go overboard with the portion, as they have many calories, walnuts have 20 grams per 100 of protein.
Other sources of protein
In addition to these foods, there are other more common foods that also have a lot of proteins and that we usually eat more often:
· Natural yogurt.
· Centero bread.
You guys know I’m a mix of practical plus woo. On the practical side, beyond those studies referenced in the Gaia article, I didn’t find any studies that said there was a definite connection between high music and healing. I did find some studies that showed some hope but nothing definitive, so I’m not going to link them.