Protein

Protein builds muscle and provides energy. Eggs, meat, nuts, and vegetables can provide it but not all of our protein sources are equal. A complete protein contains the 9 essential amino acids required to turn food into energy for our use. Now let's take a little peek into a few tips, facts, and ideas for these nutritionally rich foods.


Eggs for Protein: 
Eggs are a complete protein. A source of the 8 essential amino acids required to build muscle and provide us with energy they are a super food packed full of valuable vitamins and minerals. As a breakfast food a boiled egg is one of the best ways to start your day with a powerful boost of energy.


Proper Cooking Times for Meat: 
We all eat and for those who consume meat judging the correct cooking temperatures and time can be confusing. Pork beef turkey chicken lamb or ham require correct cooking directions to insure food safety and the appropriate savor of flavor. These are the appropriate times and temperatures for insuring your meats are cooked as they were meant to be.


Cutting Pork Tenderloin Into Chops:
Getting quality cuts of meat on a budget isn't impossible but it does take a little innovation. Tenderloin pork chops can be gotten at about 1/2 the price if you are willing to put a little arm work into getting it. It isn't too difficult because even I have no problems with the required cutting. My husband tends to hide when it comes to cutting meat but has absolutely no issues with consuming it once it is cooked.

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