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  By James Morris, From – Surrey, Chertsey   Protein is the building block for your muscles and is extremely important.¬†The exact number of grams of protein you should be eating a day varies greatly. These variability are: Gender Age Muscle-mass-to-fat ratio. The Department of Health advises adults to avoid consuming more than twice the… Read more »

Home Made Protein Bars

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Written by James Morris Personal Trainer       Per bar (based on recipe yielding 12 bars): 101 Calories, 4 g Fat, 22.3 g Carbohydrate, and 6.1 g Protein   INGREDIENTS¬†(makes 12 bars) 2 Large Yams, shredded 6 Eggs, beaten 2 T Coconut Flour 2 t Cinnamon 1 t Vanilla 1 t Salt   INSTRUCTIONS… Read more »

Protein for breakfast to lose weight

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Eat a high protein breakfast is important to help you achieve your fat loss and strength goals. It will set you and your brain up for the day with greater function. When eating a high protein breakfast you feel more full for longer and you have less hunger throughout the day, resulting in less of… Read more »

Whey Protein

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By James Morris Personal Trainer from Chertsey, Surrey     Protein is an important part of our diet and is key to building and maintaining all types of body tissue, including muscle. It contains amino acids, the building blocks used for muscle growth. Protein powders, available as shakes, bars and capsules, are one of the… Read more »