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Spirulina vs. Amino Acids: What’s the Best Prot...

Spirulina is a complete plant-based protein source that’s easily digested for maximum nutrient absorption. But does that mean it’s your best option for boosting your protein intake with supplementation? This article takes a look at the spirulina vs. amino acids debate. Keep reading to see the winner.

The Best Protein for Our Kidneys Won’t Put the ...

If you’re confused about all the conflicting information...too much protein is bad for your kidneys...too little protein is bad for your muscles...we’re here to set the record straight. We’ll also reveal the best protein for our kidneys, and it’s a savior for those whose kidney function may already be compromised.

Health Benefits of Amino Acids in Dairy Products

Dairy isn’t for everyone. But if you’re lucky enough to be able to tolerate dairy, then it’s a terrific way to meet your daily protein requirements. In this article, we’re covering the amino acids in dairy products and the health benefits they confer. So grab yourself a cold glass of milk and keep reading!

Nuts and Seeds High in Protein

In addition to vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber, nuts and seeds are packed with protein. Here are the top 10 nuts and seeds high in protein, along with suggestions for adding them to your diet and upping your amino acid intake!

Grains High in Amino Acids

Grains high in amino acids include teff, quinoa, whole wheat pasta, wild rice, millet, oatmeal, buckwheat, kamut (wheat berries), and cornmeal. Before we look at the amino acid profile of each, let’s gain a better understanding of the role amino acids play in health.

How Accurate Are Food Sensitivity Tests?

If, after eating, you’re experiencing digestive trouble or are prone to migraines, headaches, and skin issues, then you may be wondering if food sensitivity could be the culprit. Let’s take a look at the accuracy of food sensitivity tests and see if there’s a more cost-effective way to discover the foods that could be making you sick.

Complete Protein Food List

If you don’t eat enough protein, you lose muscle mass and strength, metabolism slows, immune function falters, and you become prone to conditions such as anemia. We’ve put together a complete protein food list made up of high-protein foods with all the essential amino acids...so you never need to wonder if you’re getting enough protein again.

Top Vegan Protein Powders

Protein is the hardest macronutrient to come by on a vegan diet. For this reason, many vegans choose to supplement with a vegan protein powder made from plant-based protein sources such as soy, hemp, brown rice, and split peas. But did you know there’s a better, and completely vegan-approved way to get more than enough protein in your diet?

Beef vs. Chicken vs. Fish: Which Is the Best Pr...

A discussion on the highest quality proteins used to be limited to chicken and fish, since beef was given the boot due to its reputation for contributing to heart disease. Recent research and trendy diets have brought red meat, including beef, back into favor. So the debate is now, beef vs. chicken vs. fish...which protein is best for a healthy diet?