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Bulking Up Protein Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Bulking Up Protein.

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Toning vs. Bulking Up: The Real Facts

Everyone has an idea in their head when it comes to looking their fittest and healthiest. For some, it's fitting perfectly into a certain outfit, or walking on the beach in a bikini with total confidence. For others, it may mean seeing a defined...  Read more

The Top 6 Fitness Myths and Truths

Would your friends lie to you? They just might be... This time of year is all about starting fresh—new goals, solid plans, better habits. You probably have a new exercise routine to help you reach your weight loss and fitness goals....  Read more

9 Ways to Tidy Your Budget—and Your Home

Marketers invest millions to convince us that we need the latest and greatest cleaning spray, detergent, and paper towel, so it’s not surprising that tidying up can quickly become a budgetary mess. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor...  Read more

7 Strength Training Excuses: Busted!

Remember when you were a kid and claimed that your dog ate your homework, when really you just didn't get around to writing your book report? Of course, your teacher knew you were fibbing. While most of us are past blaming the dog instead of taki...  Read more

Get the Facts on Flax

Flaxseed has been a part of human and animal diets for thousands of years. Even in the days of Hippocrates, flaxseed was eaten for its health benefits. Recently, however, flaxseed has gained popularity among health-conscious Americans. Despite the hy...  Read more

protein powders
Updated 10/16/2014 7:21:54 AM

Quick question about protein powders. My 14 year old wants to start using them to help build muscle for basketball. He is 6' 1" and 130 lbs. He realizes he isn't ever going to have a LeBron James build (genetics are against him) but would like to...  Read more

Too much protein?
Updated 10/20/2014 10:43:24 AM

I am following the suggestions for a pre-diabetic diet and I always stay within or under the suggested ranges for calories, carbs, and fat. However, I always seem to go over in the protein category by 10 or sometimes more. Is this bad?...  Read more

Carb, fat and protein percentages
Updated 10/8/2014 5:53:56 PM

Has anyone changed the default percentages? More protein, less fat and carbs? If so, what have you come up with that seems to work for you? I'm thinking 50% carbs is a bit too high and 20% protein too low…your thoughts and comments appreciated!...  Read more

Protein deficiency
Updated 10/9/2014 12:04:08 AM

What are some suggestions for increasing my protein intake. I am not fond of much meat. I eat yogurt and drink milk....  Read more

chobani yogurt and protein versus other brands
Updated 10/6/2014 8:42:38 AM

Will having 2-5 grams less of protein make a difference in keeping me fuller longer? I make smoothies for breakfast and tend to have those in the mornings and those tide me over until lunch. I like that Chobani has more protein but its pricy to me. I...  Read more

Not all bulk purchases are wise.

Bulk purchases make a lot of sense in some situations, but it's easy to assume that buying in bulk is always cheaper. It's not. Do some comparison shopping, calculating the $ per ounce. If something is on sale, it will usually be cheaper than bulk...  Read more

Saving Money

I buy Wholesale and in Bulk...  Read more

Living Low Carb (Atkins and other Plans)

We will discuss low carb lifestyles (including Atkins,Protein Power, South Beach and other doctor-recommended low carb plans), trade low carb recipes and team up to do this together!...  Read more

Food Prices Will Keep Rising. How Will You Cope?

We've all seen our food bills rising for months. The outlook doesn't look good, according to this article. Food prices will continue to rise: Meat, poultry and fish will rise 3%. Fruits and veg will rise 5.5%. And the USDA has forecasted surges of 9....  Read more

6 Ways to Combat Rising Food Costs

This summer was hot, with temperatures averaging in the 90s for months here in Cincinnati with no rain for weeks on end. The heat took its toll: Gardens wilted, fields dried up, and farmers struggled. With summer fading fast, you might think that th...  Read more