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Do you know everything that you are eating? Are you aware of all the processed foods you are consuming, and how many grams of sodium you inhale? Knowing what you are eating on a daily basis is key to losing weight and keeping it off. It is no surprise that cutting sugar and unhealthy fats out of your diet will help you keep off that extra weight. The easiest way to keep track of you food intake is to record your daily meals in a journal. There are also great apps that you can download in the Google Play and iTunes store that make it easy to record discreetly while out for lunch with your coworkers. Some apps make it easy with pie charts and percentages. Check out your phone’s app store today and find the best meal recording app!
Another great solution to learning what you are really eating is to sit and combine all the nutrition facts on the back of each ingredient you are using in your dish. When cooking at home, it is easy to over measure and under season. Before you fire up the stove or oven, start counting! Record how many grams of protein you will consume and track them!
The ultimate protein debate: Can you eat too many grams of protein?
Yes! Eating too much protein may result in excess weight gain and yeast overgrowth. According to the Institutes of Medicine, adults should consume .8 grams of protein should be consumed for every 2.20 pounds of body weight. On average, men should consume 56 grams, while women should consume 46 grams of protein. Protein can be found in a multitude of different foods from eggs to lean meat.