10 Science-Based Reasons to Eat More Protein

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10 Science-Based Reasons to Eat More Protein
« on: March 28, 2019, 01:31:18 PM »
1. Reduces Appetite and Hunger Levels
A high-protein diet reduces hunger, helping you eat fewer calories. This is caused by the improved function of weight-regulating hormones.
If you need to lose weight or belly fat, consider replacing some of your carbs and fats with protein. It can be as simple as making your potato or rice serving smaller while adding a few extra bites of meat or fish.

2. Increases Muscle Mass and Strength
Protein is the building block of your muscles.Muscle is made primarily of protein. High protein intake can help you gain muscle mass and strength while reducing muscle loss during weight loss.

3. Good for Your Bones
People who eat more protein tend to have better bone health and a much lower risk of osteoporosis and fractures as they get older.

4. Reduces Cravings and Desire for Late-Night Snacking
Eating more protein may reduce cravings and desire for late-night snacking. Merely having a high-protein breakfast may have a powerful effect.

5. Boosts Metabolism and Increases Fat Burning
High protein intake may boost your metabolism significantly, helping you burn more calories throughout the day.

6. Lowers Your Blood Pressure
Several studies note that higher protein intake can lower blood pressure. Some studies also demonstrate improvements in other risk factors for heart disease.

7. Helps Maintain Weight Loss
Upping your protein intake can not only help you lose weight but keep it off in the long term.

8. Does Not Harm Healthy Kidneys
While protein can cause harm to people with kidney problems, it doesn’t affect those with healthy kidneys.

9. Helps Your Body Repair Itself After Injury
Protein can help your body repair after it has been injured. This makes perfect sense, as it forms the main building blocks of your tissues and organs.

10. Helps You Stay Fit as You Age
One of the consequences of aging is that your muscles gradually weaken. Eating plenty of protein can help reduce the muscle loss associated with aging.



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