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    How Can More Protein Help?

  • May lower blood pressure
  • Effective at moderating blood sugar
  • May help treatment of Type II Diabetes
  • May help reduce chronic inflammation
  • May have beneficial effects on IBS
  • Enhance the body’s antioxidant defenses
  • Lowers triglycerides
  • Protein is by far the most filling macronutrient
  • Can suppress appetite, reducing caloric intake
  • Boots metabolism, helping you burn more calories
  • Helps maintain muscle mass when losing weight
  • Improves sleep and elevates mood
  • Increases bone mineral density
  • Has been shown to have benefits for depression
  • Protein to Start Your Day

    Most people have enough protein in their diet to prevent deficiency, but most of us would benefit from a much higher protein intake.

    Numerous studies show a high-protein diet has significant benefits for weight loss and metabolic health. 

    Studies show that protein helps you feel more full — with less food.

    A high-protein diet reduces hunger, helping you eat fewer calories by improving the function of your weight-regulating hormones.

    Eating more protein may reduce cravings and desire for snacking. Merely having a high-protein smoothie like NutraVegan or Nutralean may have a powerful effect.

    Reduce Cravings and Late-Night Snacking

    A food craving is different from feeling hungry. It is not just about your body needing nutrients - it's your brain seeking a reward!

    Yet, cravings can be incredibly hard to control. Research shows the best way to curb your cravings is to prevent them in the first place.  

    One of the best ways is simply to increase your protein intake.

    One study in overweight men showed that increasing protein to 25% of calories reduced cravings by 60% and the desire to snack at night by half. Another study found that eating a high-protein breakfast reduced cravings and late-night snacking.

    Better Together

    Did you know your body can only metabolize 20-30g of protein at time?  The rest gets excreted in your urine or becomes excess calories.

    Prebiotic fiber extends the digestion time of protein, making more protein available for your body to use for muscle repair, immune function and yes - even reducing cravings and hunger!

    How Much Protein Do You Need?

    The recommended protein intake for adults is 0.6 to 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight per day.

    Many nutrition experts now recommend older people increase their protein intake compared to younger adults.

    Women in particular, should increase their protein intake to a minimum of 1.0-1.2g of protein per kilogram of body weight per day.

    We're bringing you 5 of our easiest, healthiest, no-bake recipes in this new blog!  Forget spending all of your time planning food, you should be ENJOYING it instead!  With these allergen-friendly, protein-packed recipes you can transition back to school without a hitch.  Our school-safe products make it even easier to pack lunches for both you and your kids.

    When we step out of one major part of our routine, it can sometimes cause a ripple effect that leads to the rest of our routine getting thrown out the window.  If you're worried about staying on track with your healthy lifestyle through the hot summer days, this blog is for you. We'll be sharing tips and tricks to stay healthy this summer without sacrificing on the fun, the flavor, or the memories.

    We were lucky enough to chat with Nutrafam member Jenn Bauder about her journey with Nutracelle and how our allergen-friendly protein products changed her life. Read the blog to find out how.