Whether you're hoping to build muscle, combat hunger or simply better your overall wellness, upping the protein in your first meal of the day can be key.
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From the keto and Paleo diets to powders and more, protein is everywhere these days. But can upping your intake of this macronutrient have an unexpected impact on the health of your kidneys?
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In nutritional circles, protein is the hot potato of the day. Everyone’s tossing it around, telling us we need extra protein to build strength and stave off hunger. But how much of the stuff do you really need? And where are the best and worst places to find protein? These steps should get you headed in the right direction.