high-protein

Related to high-protein: High protein diet

high-protein

adj
(of a food) rich in proteins
Translations

high-protein

[ˌhaɪˈprəʊtiːn] ADJrico en proteínas
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USA], Nov 8 (ANI): People suffering from chronic kidney disease should opt for a low protein, low salt diet as compared to high-protein diets, suggests a study.
DYNABARS are a high-protein snack bar from sports nutrition brand Protein Dynamix.
Although I thought her weight loss was due to her daily gym exercises, she was quite convinced it was due to her low-carb, high-protein diet, which she started two months earlier.
The report identified 10 key trends in recent product development initiatives: ingredient innovation, added functionality, new flavors, organic/natural positioning, premium positioning, use of plant-based proteins, low-fat/low-sugar products, brand redesign, product reformulation and portfolio expansion by high-protein variant.
To validate the results of the laboratory-based research, the current trial was designed to investigate the effect of feeding two different commercially manufactured diets (standard-protein diet, 32% CP, versus a high-protein diet, 39% CP) to hybrid abalone (Haliotis laevigata x Haliotis rubra; initial weight: 3.
But more than a third reckoned a high-protein diet was a fad that would pass.
has introduced the Muscle Mac line of high-protein macaroni and cheese products.
A high-protein diet is often recommended by bodybuilders and nutritionists to build muscle, tone the body and lose fat.
Touted as a quick way to lose weight, high-protein diets may backfire, according to a five-year Spanish study of 7,000 adults over the age of 55.
Consumers who are interested in a high-protein diet include dieters and athletes, states Allison Stowell, RD, CDN, a dietitian with Hannaford Brothers Co.
The structure of high-protein foods formed during heat-induced aggregation and gelation can be controlled by adding peptides to the products.