I’ve got a secret! I have discovered a natural appetite suppressant that also helps your body build muscle.
Want to know what it is?
I have been on a quest to increase the amount of protein in my diet. After digging deep into the internet for information on protein and how it works I have found is that there is a great deal of variance in the “stats” provided for the amount of protein in any given food. So I did multiple searches on a single food item and compared the “stats” or “g’s” on several different sites. If they are all say over 20g’s then I count it as a high protein food source, under 20 medium source or under 8 low source. If I included in this study it has enough protein to make a difference in your diet.
Protein as a natural appetite suppressant.
Protein is what they call a “slow burner” which means in simple language that it takes your body longer to digest and so gives you a feeling of fullness for longer periods. As I have introduced more and more protein into my diet, I am definitely a believer. The protein dishes I have found and prepared can not only curb appetite but cravings as well.
Besides drinking water, (6-8 glasses per day) Protein is key in your weight loss program. As you begin adding more activity into your day hopefully the 3 minute way, and start actually lifting heavy things to get strong, your body will crave protein and I guarantee you will feel the difference. Especially when you no longer crave the sugary or salty crap you had in the past and would much rather have a bowl of cottage cheese with pineapple instead.
It is phenomenal. I’m very excited for this discovery. Yes I know I didn’t actually discover it, but even though you read something over and over, it’s hard to believe it until you actually experience it. That is why I have created
the PROTEIN POWER and IT’S SIDEKICKS REPORT AKA “PFC REPORT”.
In it I include the highest sources of protein and its sidekicks FAT AND CARB because let’s face it…
what good does it do if you are consuming tons of protein that also has beau coup FAT or CARBS in it?
Not that they are bad we all need fat and carbs in our diet, but we need to know the balance. How much to eat of each so that you don’t end up gaining instead. Being aware is key in your weight loss program.
Here is one PROTEIN POWER PANCAKE RECIPE that is delicious and makes you feel that you are “cheating” it’s THAT GOOD!
Protein Power Pancake
4 oz of low fat cottage cheese
3 large eggs
1/2 cup oats
1 tbs flax/chia/or pumpkin (pepita seeds)
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp baking powder
may add 1/2 ripe banana to sweeten
put all ingredients in blender
pour onto hot griddle to make 4-6 inch pancakes
serve with fresh berries or syrup
approximately 9 gms of protein in each pancake (makes 6-7 pancakes)
80 calories per pancake