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    Need new ideas for packing on the protien?

    I was surfing the channels and I spotted this new slim fast product that boasted a extra 15 grams of protein, I was sort interested in knowing more about this drink so did a few minuets of research and I found this interesting list of options for extra protein in your diets. Here is a list of foods and there protein values:

    * 1 cup non-fat or 1% cottage cheese (28 g protein)
    * 3 oz grilled or baked skinless chicken, with mustard (26 g protein)
    * 3 oz tuna in water, with lemon, or 1 Tbsp fat-free mayo with 3 whole wheat crackers (23 g protein)
    * 3 oz thinly sliced lean roast beef rolled up in 2 lettuce leaves, with mustard (21 g protein)
    * 1 egg + cup non-fat or 1% cottage cheese (20 g protein)
    * 3 oz thinly sliced deli turkey or ham, rolled up with 1 slice of low-fat cheese (19 g protein)
    * 3 oz of any type of fish (19 g protein)
    * 1 slice light wheat bread with 3 oz thinly sliced deli turkey (17g protein)
    * 1 egg + 1 low-fat string cheese stick (14 g protein)
    * 2 hard boiled eggs (13 g protein)
    * 1 slice whole grain bread + 3 egg whites (13 g protein)
    * Mixed greens with cheese: 2 oz of low-fat feta or part-skim mozzarella cheese mixed with 1 cup salad greens (13 grams protein)
    * 1 egg + 1 slice of low-fat cheese (10 g protein)
    * 8 oz light yogurt & cup high fiber bran cereal (9 g protein)
    * 3 oz. tuna canned in water mixed with 1 Tbsp fat-free mayo + 4 celery sticks (or sliced cucumber) (23 g protein)
    * 4 oz thinly sliced deli turkey breast (or other favorite lean deli meat) rolled up and dipped into mustard (20 g protein)
    * 1 vegetarian burger patty with 1 slice fat-free cheese (19 g protein)
    * 3 oz white meat chicken canned in water. Drain, mix with 1 Tbsp fat-free mayo and enjoy with 2 whole wheat crackers (16 g protein)
    * 2 light string cheese sticks (16 g protein)
    * Ham and cheese roll up: 2 oz thinly sliced deli ham, 1 slice fat-free cheese rolled up in 1 lettuce leaf. Enjoy with mustard or fat free Italian dressing (15 g protein)
    * cup of fat-free Ricotta cheese mixed with cinnamon and sugar substitute (15 g protein)
    * 12 large boiled shrimp with 2 Tbsp. cocktail sauce (14g protein )
    * Turkey tortilla roll up: One 6 - inch whole wheat tortilla and 2 oz thinly sliced deli turkey breast. Add mustard or fat free Italian dressing and roll up (13 g protein)
    * 4 oz. snack size 1% low-fat cottage cheese + 4 whole wheat crackers (13 g protein)
    * 2 hard boiled eggs (13 g protein)
    * 3 vegetarian sausage links (13 g protein)
    * 2 fat-free hot dogs + 2 Tbsp ketchup and mustard (12 g protein)
    * 1 vegetarian hot dog + 2 Tbsp ketchup (11g protein)
    * 1 oz. turkey or beef jerky (10 g protein)
    * 2 slices of fat free cheese + 1 apple (9 g protein)
    * 1 light string cheese stick with cup of grapes (8 g protein)
    * 1 light string cheese stick with 1 mini box raisins (1/2 oz) (8 g protein)
    * 1 light string cheese stick with 1 plum (8 g protein)
    * 2 tablespoon roasted soy nuts (8 g protein)
    * 8 oz cup light/fat-free yogurt (8 g protein)
    * Small fat-free latte (8 oz fat-free milk heated with decaf. coffee and sugar substitute) (8 g protein)
    * 8 oz light soy milk (any flavor) or plain fat-free milk with 2 vanilla wafers (8 g protein)
    * 1 cup low-fat lentil soup (7 g protein)
    * Egg salad with crackers. (1 whole egg + 1 Tbsp fat-free mayo on 3 whole wheat crackers) (7 g protein)



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    I just eat some chicken breasts (46g of protein a piece)
    Current Routine: WBB1
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    171 (as of 11/13/06)
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    How big?
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    Turkey mignon - 41g of protein per serving with only 260 cals, 4g of carbs,9g of fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c3p
    How big?
    Chicken is 198g a fillet
    Current Routine: WBB1
    Age: 18
    Height: 5'11"
    Weight: 161 (as of 7/31/06)
    171 (as of 11/13/06)
    178 (as of 1/1/07)
    171.8 (as of 2/5/07)
    165 (as of 3/5/07)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnaSephiroth
    Chicken is 198g a fillet
    Chickens come in different sizes, everything from spatchco-cks to 30's.

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    Yeah... many a different size of chicken.

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