helpful tip of the week
Extra Protein Satisfies Eaters
Recent research from the University of Sydney revealed people who upped their protein intake from 10 percent of their daily diet, to 15 percent, ate 12 percent fewer calories. Extra protein satisfied eaters more, so they snacked less.
To pump up your protein and cut back on calories, aim for at least 70g of high-quality lean protein each day, such as 1 serving of Johnsonville Pork and Chicken 50% reduced fat Mild Italian Sausage (16g protein per serving), a glass of skim milk (8g protein per serving), or a piece of salmon (18g protein per 3 ounces).