Does your mind ever go blank when your client asks you for examples of protein options?

With this simple list, you will have a variety of foods that are good sources of protein at your fingertips.

The guide includes examples of protein servings from the following categories:

  • Beans
  • Nuts & Seeds
  • Soy
  • Other plant based foods/ meat alternatives
  • Eggs
  • Dairy
  • Fish
  • Meat

The power of protein!

It’s been my experience that clients struggle to get enough protein when they are choosing meals and snacks.

I created the My Fuel Mix™ framework as a non-diet approach to meal planning.

My Fuel Mix ™ = Protein + Fat + Carbohydrate

The My Fuel Mix™ Workbook, Meal Planning & Macronutrient Guide includes a section that highlights the importance of prioritizing protein.

Here’s a peek at what’s included in “The Power of Protein” section of the Workbook:

   

  • Protein and The Big Three: how protein impacts hunger, mood, and blood sugar
  • Protein Recommendations
  • My Fuel Mix™ Recommendations
  • Balance, Variety, and Moderation with protein choices

Get a FREE My Fuel Mix™ Protein List when you purchase the My Fuel Mix™ Workbook, Meal Planning & Macronutrient Guide!

 

Also available:

DIETITIAN COMPANION for the My Fuel Mix Workbook, Meal planning & Macronutrient Guide

Designed to help you get the most out of using the workbook in your sessions:

  • Guidance to help you get started
  • Prompts to help you navigate the discussion questions
  • Clear steps to help you set goals and create a follow up plan 
  • What to do when the client doesn’t meet their goal

 

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