An essential component of every cell in the body, protein is a macronutrient made of 22 ‘building blocks’ called amino acids. Proteins have different functions in the body including contributing to growth in muscle mass and the maintenance of muscle and normal bones. Without enough protein, it can be difficult to sustain a balanced diet and reach your goals. Aim to consume up to 30% of your daily calories from protein.
So What Should I Eat
A combination of vegetable and animal protein sources each day. Soy is one of the best vegetable sources as it is a ‘complete’ protein that provides all the essential amino acids. As other vegetable protein sources like nuts, seeds and lentils are not ‘complete proteins’, try to combine them to provide a better proportion of amino acids. For animal protein, high quality sources include fish, poultry, eggs and low-fat dairy products, which provide the additional benefits of Iron, Zinc and B vitamins.
Provided by Your Herbalife Wellness Coach. Calorie and protein intake are linked to your height/weight, sex and activity level. This includes how many grans of protein per shake and each meal.. Contact us for details.
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for weight control.
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Herbalife Formula 1
• Underpinned by science and developed by experts in nutrition
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* Heymsfield SB, et al. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2003 May;27(5):537-49.