3 Easy Ways to Help Clients Eat More Protein

One of the biggest challenges you may face as a nutrition coach is helping your clients eat more protein. If a client has never followed a macronutrient-based nutrition plan, the idea of hitting a specific ‘protein goal’ may be completely foreign to them. As a coach, you will need to educate your clients on the importance of protein, what their protein options are and how to eat enough protein in their day.

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Insects as Food: Protein Powerhouses

The eating of insects is called entomophagy. It’s derived from the Greek words for insect and eat. The human species has consumed insects for a majority of our history and there are nearly 2,000 edible species to add to your growing protein list.

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Dairy Alternatives to Fit Your Macros

For many of us who choose to leave dairy out of our diet, finding adequate and creative substitutes for dairy can be a bit daunting. So we’ve put together this helpful guide to navigate your specific dietary needs!

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Easy Ways to Add Protein to Your Day

Protein is essential for building, repairing and preserving muscle. It also helps us feel full throughout the day. Satiate your hunger and be kind to your muscles with these easy tips for hitting your daily protein goal!

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How to Hit Your Daily Protein Target (Q&A 40)

If you’re having problems hitting your daily protein target, you’re not the only one. Adee shares her favorite tips for sneaking extra protein in your diet and setting up your fridge for macro-tracking success.

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Vegan Protein Sources

Protein is essential for building and retaining muscle; it also helps you stay fuller for longer and helps manage hunger.

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Late Night Protein Treats

We recently wrote this article about the power of casein protein intake before bed for your recovery.

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Protein at Night: Eating & Sleeping for Recovery

We need protein for maintaining and building muscle. Let’s talk specifically about the importance of protein intake for recovery while you sleep.

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