Do you want to see the results of your hard work inside of the gym?

Match your diet to your exercise efforts.

Eat clean. Eat enough, but not too much. Eat the right amount of the right foods.

 

Do you want to see muscle growth and experience increased strength?

Make sure you’re consuming enough protein every day.

There’s an endless list of foods that provide large quantities of protein and can easily be incorporated into any diet-type. Some may even surprise you!

 

20 of the healthiest protein sources

Tofu

8g of protein per 100g

Tuna

30g of protein per 100g

Turkey

29g of protein per 100g

Peanut Butter

21g of protein per 100g

*50g of fat per 100g

Kidney Beans

24g of protein per 100g

Chickpeas

19g of protein per 100g

Eggs

6g of protein per egg

Cottage Cheese

11g of protein per 100g

Fresh Broccoli

2.8g of protein per 100g

Brussel Sprouts

3.4g of protein per 100g

Chicken

27g of protein per 100g

Edamame Beans

11g of protein per 100g

Greek Yogurt

10g of protein per 100g

Lentils

25g of protein per 100g

Milk

8g of protein per 1 cup

Quinoa

14.1g of protein per 100g

Soy Milk

8.5g of protein per 1 cup

Steak

25g of protein per 100g

Salmon

20g of protein per 100g