All athletes know a good breakfast is important to start their day and fuel their morning workouts. Many experts and coaches advise athletes to avoid highly processed sugary cereal and to opt for healthier options such as eggs, oatmeal, lean meats and fruits.
But if you’re a cereal lover like I am and always in a rush, sometimes cereal is your best breakfast option. The trick is to choose high-protein cereals rich in vitamins and nutrients and low in sugar and calories, like the ten brands profiled below.
Nothing says comfort like Shepherd’s Pie, and this savory recipe is a great way to get your dose of protein in without breaking your diet!
Pancakes are no longer just a plate of empty calories reserved for treat days.
These days there are hundreds of healthy pancake recipes online. But many of them are lacking protein and flavor.
“I don’t know what to eat anymore! Why does all this nutrition stuff have to be so complicated?”
You are told to eat clean by one person and whatever “fits your macros” (IIFYM) by another.
I am sure you have heard of the satiety index by now. It’s a list of the 38 most commonly eaten foods and their respective scores on satiety levels in the general population.
Pizza for breakfast (especially cold pizza!) is an American favorite. But it’s not always a waistline favorite! Now you can enjoy all the flavors of pizza in a healthy, low-carb version!
Grill up a cheesy, protein packed veggie quesadilla for a quick switch up to your normal BBQ food! Eating meat free doesn’t have to mean no protein!
Give your boring chicken skewers an international twist with this quick and easy high protein recipe that’s perfect for a summer cookout!
Carbs…the bodybuilder’s best friend and worst enemy all rolled into one. They’re essential for energy, endurance, muscle building and recovery when used properly, but they can work against you when used incorrectly.
In Are You Guilty Of These 7 Muscle Building Diet Mistakes? I explained a few foundational remedies to help you build a solid base of muscle – 7 essential principles to get you from scrawny to brawny.