Simple Ways To Add More Protein To Your Diet

Eat more protein with these simple tips.

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As you go about your weight loss program, it’s essential that you look at the simple ways to boost your protein intake. Most people are quite low in protein on a regular basis, and this is because they either don’t know where to find it or don’t have the time to prepare protein-rich foods on a regular basis.

Fortunately, that’s about to change. Let’s look at a few simple ways to bring more of this nutrient into your plan.

Snack On Greek Yogurt

For a mid-afternoon snack, you simply can’t beat Greek yogurt. It’s higher in protein than regular yogurt varieties and also contains less sugar overall. Top it off with some berries and nuts, and you’ll have a complete snack in seconds.

Add Protein Powder To Oatmeal

The next quick and simple way to add an extra 20-25 grams of protein to your day is to stir some protein powder into your morning bowl of oatmeal. You should be eating unflavored oatmeal to begin with to avoid adding extra sugar to your diet, so protein powder makes for an excellent way to add more flavor to this breakfast dish.

Simply stir it in once it’s finished cooking and you’re set.

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Add Hard Boiled Eggs To Salad

Finally, hard-boiled eggs are another fantastic source of protein you should consider bringing into your menu. They’re loaded with nutrients, and while they do contain some fat, as long as you aren’t eating more than one or two a day, they shouldn’t put you out of your limits for the day.

Plus, they keep well in the fridge so are easy to reach for when you’re in a time crunch.

Use these three tips and get more protein into your daily diet. Your health depends on it.

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Shannon Clark holds a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Alberta, where she specialized in Sports Performance and Psychology. In addition to her degree, she is an AFLCA certified personal trainer and has been working in the field for over 12 years now, helping others lose weight, build muscle, and improve their athletic performance. She’s worked with people of all ages and helped them find the right fitness path for themselves. She is a regular contributor to Bodybuilding.com and has also contributed well over 400 articles to a variety of different websites dedicated towards muscle building and athletic performance. For more about her, find her at ShannonClarkFitness.com.