Protein is necessary when it comes to losing weight. If you don’t feel full you’ll find yourself eating more and not feeling full after you’ve ate a meal that should have lasted in your system. When you feel full you won’t feel the need to continue eating and you’ll be able to lose weight.

 The amount of protein you need in your daily diet is based on three things. You need to consider your size, your age, and how active you are. An example of this would be if you weighed 200 pounds you should have approximately 74 grams of protein every day.

 Since protein is needed every day, the best thing you can do is plan to eat protein with each meal. There are a number of different types of foods you can eat that have enough protein in them to give you a feeling of being full. Here’s a short list of foods that contain protein.

 1.             Greek Yogurt is a good source of protein and the great thing about it is the low amount of sugar. Other types of food contain bad fats and sugars which can do more harm than good, so it’s important to be careful with the food you eat. Greek yogurt has approximately 20 grams of protein which is great for one serving.

 2.             Eggs. Organic eggs are the best because they are antibiotic and hormone free. One large egg contains 5 grams of protein.

 3.             Grass fed beef. This type of cattle is fed grass rather than grain and that makes it better for you. Grass contains nutrients and beneficial fatty acids that you don’t see in grain fed cattle.

 When you eat these types of food and many others that have large amounts of protein you’ll be able to lose weight and keep it off. When you take the weight off you’ll have more energy to do the things you need and want to do. You’ll be healthier and you’ll feel great too.

 

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

We know now may not be the right time to start your fitness journey, before you leave sign up for our FREE  Work/Life series.Stay connected, get the motivation you need to start your journey and become part of the Art Fitness community!

You have Successfully Subscribed!