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Eating high-protein foods is so good for you, it’s like quitting smoking, study finds .

Another reason why amino acids are our very favourite acids.

The dietary benefits of eating the right amount of protein are well known, but new research indicates just how big of an impact different kinds of protein-rich food sources can have on our health. 440 more words


Slow cook: Benefit beyond nutrients!

Egg, beef, pork, chicken, turkey, fish, beans are good sources of proteins.

As we all know, proteins are large molecules with various amino acids linked together. 796 more words

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Bird Food Breakfast

Some of my finch friends joke their finches dine better than they do.  I can assure you, in my house, we eat equitably.  With the exception of animal protein, I prepare whatever is in the fridge and pantry for myself and my finches. 145 more words

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New High Protein Seed Dish

The head of one of my Senegal fire finches is being plucked. Adding dried insect food to their diet was suggested by a friend to prevent this. 46 more words

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how much insulin is required to cover protein?

Given that protein appears to contribute to insulin demand I ran a number of scenarios with the food insulin index data to see if insulin requirement is better predicted by carbohydrate in a food… 254 more words


Protein - whats the fascination?

PROTEIN – the new buzzword floating around.  Everyone is upping their protein or on high protein diets in an attempt to lose weight.  There seems to be protein products available in all the shops at the moment.   286 more words


My Flock of Nine and Spray Millet

The four gouldians dominate the two sprays of millet. The blue capped cordon blue male, the two male Senegal fire finches and the gold breasted waxbill pair wait on an upper perch for their turns.

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