Easy Ways to Sneak in Protein into your Diet - Fast&Up

Easy Ways to Sneak in Protein into your Diet

Study suggests that Protein content is the most essential part of any diet. Protein helps give nutrients to almost all parts of your body. It is very important for building enzymes, blood, antibodies and also hair-growth.

According to studies, an adult needs to consume at least 0.8 grams per kilogram of his or her weight. Here are some easy quick ways one can increase protein intake in your daily routine:

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  • Add a scoop of protein powder to your oatmeal every morning, to start off your day. A scoop of Fast&Up’s Whey protein powder has about 34gms of clean protein.
  • Make yourself a bowl of healthy salad of green veggies with basic proteins like Moong, paneer, sprouts, etc.

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  • Eat at least 2 eggs every morning for breakfast. These eggs will provide you with over 12 grams of protein.
  • Switch to having greek yogurt instead of regular yogurt or traditional indian curd. Greek yogurt has less sugar and is high in protein. 

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Make smoothie bowls and protein shakes after your workouts for breakfast to start off your day strong. The Fast&Up whey protein is a great option as an ingredient for these. If people prefer vegan protein then they can use the Plant Protein powder which is a healthier alternative.

These are some great easy ways to sneak in protein into your diet every day. Keeping in mind how important it is for your general well-being.

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Udith Sheth

-Expert and Writer

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