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1/7/20 3:59 P

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12/29/18 5:02 P

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Beans, potatoes and pretty much anything in the plant kingdom. They're all low fat and they all have protein.



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12/25/18 12:23 P

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Peanuts

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9/22/18 11:56 A

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Oh I love dried beans too!

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dried beans cooked up right

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9/4/18 12:26 P

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fish, chicken, turkey

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7/3/18 11:21 A

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chicken or greek yogurt :) Love salmon, it's got more fat, but the healthy kind ;)

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4/2/18 6:15 P

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One of my favorites is to use my own (homemade) or Pacific brand bone broth in making something--say cabbage or any other veggie. The homemade bone broth adds 9 grams of fat-free protein to any sauteed in broth veggie. Fabulous nutrition and it tastes great! When I purchase organic produce, such as garlic, celery, onions, and carrots, I save the trimmings in a marked container in the freezer to use in my bone broth so I always have organic produce which would otherwise be wasted (or composted) in my bone broth too.

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3/18/18 2:47 P

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Beans

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11/16/16 4:07 P

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Cottage cheese mixed with almost anything. It's so filling and satisfying. A piece of healthy toast, a few slices of avacado and tomato, cottage cheese and pepper. Yum!

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11/8/16 12:31 P

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Legumes and nuts. While nuts are not necessarily low fat because I don't eat dairy they are a staple "good" fat in my diet.

You can turn almost anything into a complex meal. Oatmeal, Salads, Roast Veggie Soups or Curries.

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3/18/16 8:33 P

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10/9/15 11:39 A

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My go-to lean protein snack is fat free Greek yogurt with berries. I also like half a cup of (fat free) Greek yogurt with half a teaspoon of each honey and lime (or lemon) juice. If I'm low on fibre for the day I'll top it with a couple tablespoons of All-Bran Buds, which also adds a nice crunch.


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I'm going to try that. Great tip

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5/9/15 11:43 P

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Protein powder in smoothies turkey chicken.

I don't put the meat in the smoothies!

Various nuts in my yogurt.

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1/25/15 10:48 P

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Lentils, Teff (a high protein grain that you can make into an easy morning hot cereal), I also add Wheat Germ, Chia and Hemp Seeds to yogurt, cereal, salads, etc. to add protein boosts to every meal.

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1/21/15 3:31 P

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For me.. Chicken!!!
but also I love beans.. chickpeas, kidney beans and black beans are some of my favs!!!

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1/11/15 6:17 A

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Organic powdered peanur butter. You can make it thick or thin. Best go to thing I love.

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These sound great! We do eat halal meats (no antibiotics, no growth hormones, raised /butchered according to religious laws) so chicken would work well for us (though my kids get tired of it).

I've heard of the Tosca Reno books, but didn't know of anyone who had read them, so it's good to know that they are good. I have several e-books about clean eating, but the recipes are not very delicious, so I was beginning to feel rather desperate.

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1/6/15 4:06 P

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Chicken, ground turkey, and beans are our favorites. We do many different things with chicken that the kids love. Homemade chicken "nuggets", salsa chicken for wraps and sandwiches, chicken and brown rice, and the list goes on. Just remember, kids need a certain amount of fat to have healthy brain function. We also use olive oil and coconut oil to cook with, which has very healthy fats.
I have read a few Tosca Reno books that are a good resource, also Taste of Home- Everyday Light Meals. There are tons of books. My suggestion would be to check out a few at the library and find a couple you like before you buy any.
Good luck!

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1/6/15 2:42 P

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I am not a fan of beans but I know they have a lot of protein. My choice for protein is either chicken or nuts. I love to make homemade larabars (cashews and dates is my favorite) which is a great snack with some protein to keep me full.

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1/6/15 2:21 P

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I am new to the Clean Eating Movement and am making my family transition to eating in a more healthy manner. However,I am having trouble getting enough protein without getting too much fat. I would appreciate any advice and/or recipes. Thank You!

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