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Diet & Nutrition Tips : How to Get More Protein in Your Diet

Protein is a fundamental building block of anyone’s health that can be increased in the diet by eating meat at breakfast, or by taking a protein powder. Get more protein in a diet to promote healthy brain function with tips from a dietitian and nutritionist in this free video on eating healthy.

Expert: Rachael Richardson
Contact: www.nutrolution.com
Bio: Rachael Richardson is a registered dietitian and a Florida licensed nutritionist. Richardson has earned degrees from the University of North Florida and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller


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  3. @MartinApayauq1997 There's also beans, tofu, temphe, lentils, and all veggies have protein. 49% of the cals in spinach are from protien.

    think about it… have you ever heard of someone with a protein deficiency? it's a myth that people just like to use against vegetarians and vegans.

  4. thats interesting but im going to stick with eggs and a large glass of milk in the morning

  5. *High five*

    Go vegetarians!

  6. Gaganakaguru: include eggs and orange juice at breakfast. Snack on raw nuts and seeds. Include yams, sweet potatoes and plantains instead of potatoes in your diet. I'm not a nutritionist but I think this will help.

  7. hello, im not vegetarian but i have been thinking about meat vs vegetarian diets. can a nutritionist pls tell me whether plant nutrition is enough for humans? because i know that if humanity can increase its plant nutrition and decrease its dependence on meat, a chain of events culminating in reduced CO2 emissions will ensue. a vegetarian diet is good for the planet. the question is, is it good for us?

  8. This is ridicoulous. It seems like Rachel always ends up recomending supplements. You can´t explain this in 1 minute in a hurry like this. The proper way to take it is naturally and not mixing it with carbohidrates. Have you heard of the NATURAL HIGIENE way of eating?

  9. Pay attention. She's not that cute. You're just thrown off cuz she mentioned hormones, sausage, nuts, and seeds.

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