When you are rushing through the supermarket trying to decide what meat to cook for dinner, do you really know what you are looking for?
Kangaroo meat!!!  For the Aussie readers out there, we grew up watching ‘Skippy’, so now it can be hard to come to terms with eating him! These statistics are collected mostly from the calorie king website, both the US and Australian versions.
Most elite sports people requiring endurance eat kangaroo or ostrich due to the high iron and protein component. Chicken breast with no skin contained the highest protein on the list with saturated fat remaining nice and low. If increasing muscle size but staying lean is your goal: Chicken breast, ostrich, white fish, pork tenderloin, or beef. If you need more iron (intense exercisers, mums to be, tired, pale, and elderly): Kangaroo, beef, or lamb. I suggest finding some recipes and experimenting with your three healthiest meats until you find a dish that’s easy to prepare and tastes good. Many people become irritable and lethargic on these diets, and they certainly find it harder to exercise intensely. I recommend cutting carbs out at night, having only vegetables and protein, but I always recommend carbs for breakfast and low GI carbs for lunch.
Love your website (found the ski preparation tips really helpful for when I went to Thredders this year).
I have so say, I was lucky enough to be coaxed onto Kangaroo when I was finishing school and have eaten it religiously since. Also, to anyone yet to try kangaroo meat, I highly suggest starting off eating the fillet versions, rather than the steak versions.
I am so pleased you like my site but very jealous you got to go skiing this year – I missed out. Although i do know that it is concidered taboo to eat horse meat in the US, it is used regularly in European and Asian cuisine.
I’m tired of people assuming the whole world is obese, some of us are already very athletic lean and cut, and could really some healthy fat for the winters. The Roo carcass have a high rate of Toxo which when consumed by humans can cause birth defects in unborn babies, permanent illness and even death. 13% of Roos shot by Licensed Shooter (that dosen’t include farmers, weekend cowboys or illegal shooters) are done so humanely. The majority of Roo Shooter have left the industry in the last 3 years as there are NOT enough Roos to MURDER & make a living.
Australia has the World’s record for causing the extinction of more Wildlife in 225 years than any other Country has done in thousands of years. Keep eating Roo meat and you might be able to skite to your Grandkids that you helped cause the extinction of Kangaroos (as well as that you supported cruelty to Kangaroos). Also, if there are Christians here that expect to go to heaven, they should be aware that as a Christian you are NOT to consume certain animals, Kangaroos, horses, dogs, cats, ostrich, clam, crab, lobster, crayfish, oyster, shrimp (prawns), bear, fox, koala, pig, snake, primates, camels.
ProfileAmelia Phillips Trainer, Fitness & Nutrition Expert, TV presenter, blogger, and Co-Founder of the Michelle Bridges 12-Week Body Transformation. High-protein diets are toted as being a solution for people who are looking to lose body fat. As its name suggests, a high-protein low-fat diet is an eating plan which emphasizes the consumption of foods that are rich in protein yet low in fat.
A number of health experts agree, however, that while a diet centered only on protein consumption may speed weight loss, it can also present a number of health risks.
The high-protein low-fat diet may offer dieters a way to lose weight effectively while avoiding some of the health risks commonly associated with high-protein eating plans. While a high-protein low-fat diet may be a safer alternative to a simple high-protein diet, some might find the plan difficult to follow due to the limited number of foods which fit both the protein-rich and low-fat categories. Though fitness will of course play into the ability to add lean muscle to the body, diet plays equally as important of a role. I’m sure you know what tastes great, or what you are comfortable cooking, but what about the health benefits? Kangaroo meat has less calories and fat per serve than white fish yet as much iron as red meat and almost as much protein. Also extremely low in fat and high in protein, white fish will provide you with some iron, minimal cholesterol and lots of healthy omega 3 fatty acids.
I’d like you to note on the chart the vast difference in nutritional value of chicken breasts without the skin versus a BBQ chicken.
This has been a reliable source of nutritional information, especially for fat and calories. It’s usually in the frozen section of the supermarket and can be cooked exactly the same as beef.
But be sure to eat the right part of the pig because other parts such as pork belly (many people’s favorite!) and roasted ham are extremely fatty.
Check out their stats, 300 calories, 14grams of fat.  Steer clear if you value your health! Go for kangaroo, white fish, ostrich, chicken breast, pork tenderloin, or bison (in that order).
Click here to find out your daily iron intake recommendation as well as other foods rich in iron. A question; there has been a big change in the way we look at fat and these days a lot of diets claim that fat is the most important thing we can eat. They are unsustainable, promote unbalanced eating and in my experience only work in the very short term. Where do you think these items fall on the list for weight loss or are they just an over-hyped substitute for some of the other meats listed?
I always advise clients to buy organic as there is a lot of turkey products out there containing unnecessary hormones and chemicals, just like chicken. I occasionally will cook an expensive beef Angus or lamb steak, but the saturated fat content is always really noticeable. They are slightly more pricey, but are more representative of the uber-lean, delicious nature of this meat. I thought earlier in your article you said to avoid ham because it was much fattier than pork loin and that the latter was the preferred choice when it comes to pork!
Do some research – game meat is loaded with parasites and diseases not found in livestock. And then on top of that there is the handling of the carcass before it gets to the abattoirs. Compared to the many popular diet plans which center on the consumption of protein without attention to fat intake, a high-protein low-fat diet may allow an individual to lose weight without endangering his cardiovascular health. This may be because foods which are high in protein create a lingering feeling of fullness, thereby discouraging overeating.
First of all, many high-protein foods, such as red meat, are also high in saturated fats, which can raise cholesterol and endanger cardiovascular health. This diet involves choosing foods which are good sources of protein, but are also low in fat. Further, health experts caution that those following this type of eating plan must take care to ensure that their diet is nutritionally balanced. To get the lean muscle that you want, you need to eat a lot of protein—but not all protein is created equally! I also prefer this in a stew but I have eaten the steak and it’s especially nice marinated in soy sauce. Interestingly it is quite low in saturated fat, it’s just the unsaturated fat that tips this fish over the edge. UK Newspaper, The Independent has written a really interesting article on red meat and its effects on your health.
A couple of my blog visitors have complained about my site not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Firefox. This is a luxury industry and their is no need at all to be consuming and slaughtering our so called protected fauna. Some dieters may find this type of eating plan difficult to follow due to the limited number of food choices it offers, however. Furthermore, when consumption of the body’s usual energy source, carbohydrates, is minimized in favor of protein consumption, the body may begin burning fat as an alternative energy source. Further, a diet focused solely on high-protein choices tends to lack a number of important vitamins and nutrients which are normally derived from lower-protein foods. Examples of high-protein low-fat foods include skinless white-meat turkey and chicken, beans, fish, and egg whites. For instance, they should incorporate healthy sources of carbohydrates and fiber, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, into their daily diet.
I have examined our most popular (and some less popular) meats, and you might find the results surprising!
The main problem with these two red meats is that they are high in fat including saturated fat. On the positive side, salmon contains a lot more essential omega 3 fatty acids compared to other fish.

Hopefully this will open your eyes the next time you reach the meat section of the supermarket! The joeys that are ripped from their dead mother’s pouches are decapitated or bashed to death. Further, health experts caution that those following a high-protein low-fat diet must take care to maintain nutritional balance. Finally, dieters should be aware of the importance of regular physical activity in maintaining a healthy weight and strengthening the heart. They say to treat it as you would beef, however I prefer stews, casseroles and marinades to plain steaks. Some you may already be eating and others are worth trying out for a tasty new addition to your eating regimen.
Sword fish and shark are a great alternative to salmon, almost as high in omega-3s yet really low in fat. Rather than eating the same tired protein every day, try to enjoy what you eat by mixing it up with these foods. Chicken BreastChicken breast is an excellent choice as it’s not only high in protein, but it’s low in fat and calories.
This is why macropods have survived for 16 million years post mega fauna and is the reason that we won’t survive possibly past this century. A typical serving size to aim for is a 3 ounce chicken breast, or about the size of your fist. Try grilling or broiling chicken and using herbs and seasoning to add flavor, and then add to salad, soup, or feature as the main entree. Besides kangaroos don’t grow wool, thus these farmers are NOT serious about their alleged concern for the planet. Excellent for building lean muscle, and a tasty main staple to your diet!Serving size 3 oz, 30 grams of protein, 110 calories. Remember Russia banned imports for 3 yrs due to Salmonella and E.coli contamination from supposedly a market that our govt and the greedy vested interests claimed was so clean and so well regulated. It’s high in protein, low in calories, and can be cooked up and used in just about anything. A typical serving is 3 ounces cooked and you can learn to easily substitute it for ground beef. Add some herbs and you can use it in spaghetti sauce, chili, or make into meatballs or burgers. You will love the flavor and versatility and the fact that it makes for a much leaner protein source than higher calorie alternatives out there.Serving size 3 oz, 21 grams of protein, 195 calories. Pork TenderloinMany don’t consider how tasty and protein packed pork can be in the quest to build lean muscle.
One of the best types to select is pork tenderloin, and a typical serving size is a 4 ounce piece. It’s leaner than you think and packed with protein, it may become a fixture in your eating regimen.Serving size 4oz, 23 grams of protein, 154 calories.
Lean Ground BeefYes you can and should enjoy ground beef, but just be sure that you opt for lean cuts. Typically you want to aim for a 3 ounce portion which you can enjoy in a variety of different forms.
Though you want to be sure not to add too much filler that can contribute to fat and calories, this is a great protein source to turn to once or twice a week.Serving size 3oz, 16 grams of protein, 148 calories.
Trim away all visible fat to ensure that you are getting something truly good for your eating regimen.
Believe it or not you can enjoy a T-bone steak but limit to a 5 ounce serving and keep it as lean as possible, also removing the bone.
This is not a protein to enjoy daily, but it’s a good one to rotate and enjoy in your diet as it’s packed with protein.Serving size 5oz, 29 grams of protein, 206 calories. LambMost people don’t tend to think of lamb in terms of a good protein source, but it really is.
Trimming away all visible fat always helps, and then you can enjoy a very significant protein source. Though it does contain a bit more calories, you can mix it with healthy fillers like root vegetables and sauces made from scratch to ensure it’s a good solid choice. Don’t make this your primary protein source, but do enjoy it within your eating plan for some enjoyment.Serving size 3oz, 20 grams of protein, 248 calories. You want to opt for the leaner cuts and in this case that is veal shank, loin, or even chop. The typical serving size for a veal shank is 3 ounces and do keep in mind that the bone is a consideration as well. Even if you have never been a big fan of veal in the past, it’s well worth trying if your focus is on building lean muscle through effective protein blending.Serving size 3oz, 16 grams of protein, 96 calories.
If you are diligent about the slice size then you can enjoy a significant protein allotment without a lot of calories. The thing to keep in mind with ham is that the sodium can be high and so whenever possible, try to get a lower sodium type. Chopped up and tossed with vegetables, this can be a satisfying protein and a nice change of pace from the usual sources you consume.
Try ham once in awhile and just keep an eye on your portion size for best results.Serving size 1 medium slice, 11 grams of protein, 114 calories. BIsonThough this hasn’t been a recognizable or mainstream source of protein, it has recently been getting a lot of attention.
You can enjoy some significant protein with this cut of meat while keeping the calories very low. If you prepare in a healthy way such as ground with vegetables or even a lean cut, then you can really enjoy your protein in a whole new way. You can expect this to replace fattier alternatives as it becomes such a recognized form of protein.Serving size 3oz, 18 grams of protein, 93 calories. SalmonSalmon is considered one of the super foods and that has much to do with its good fat concentration or Omega-3 fatty acids. Lower in calories, this is a great choice and should be a regular fixture on your eating plan.
You can broil this or even grill it quite simply and with just lemon and dill you have a tasty, healthy, and protein filled meal that is substantial and sure to become a recurring menu item for you.Serving size 4oz, 24 grams of protein, 166 calories.
While there’s nothing wrong with that form of tuna, fresh tuna either broiled or baked is a nice fresh alternative. It’s packed with protein and also has a healthy dose of Omega-3 fatty acids which means good fat as well. So though you can opt for canned tuna on the run, fresh tuna is a tasty and healthy option to feature in your eating plan. You will love the taste and just how good it is for you.Serving size 3oz, 18 grams of protein, 105 calories. TilapiaThis is one of the mildest fish and therefore a great introductory one if you are testing this form of protein. This is one of the lowest calorie fish or protein options out there and so it tends to be a favored choice on many healthy eating plans. Experiment with a variety of vegetables and all you need is a touch of lemon juice and some herbs for a great meal.Serving size 3oz, 16 grams of protein, 81 calories CodCod is not only a nice mild fish but it also happens to be an excellent protein source as well.
You will find that you can enjoy a typical 4 ounce serving as part of your regular eating plan.
Be careful when ordering it out that it doesn’t come breaded or fried as you defeat the point of healthy eating. Cod makes an excellent addition to your seafood menu with a nice protein concentration.Serving size 4oz, 24 grams of protein, 138 calories. First and foremost always go for the real thing and not imitation when adding to a protein filled menu. Secondly the measurements here are for baked, broiled, or boiled crab legs which are the healthiest and preferred cooking methods.
If you want a healthy protein option then follow these guidelines and enjoy this once in awhile.Serving size 1 cup, flaked, 22 grams of protein, 160 calories. ShrimpShrimp can be part of your healthy eating regimen if you are diligent about the way that you enjoy it.
If you eat shrimp in a natural form like this, you will get all of the good stuff and leave out the calories that you don’t need.Serving size 3oz, 20 grams of protein, 129 calories.
Hard Boiled EggIt may seem like a less significant source of protein when compared, but hard boiled eggs are a great addition to the menu. Hard boiled is a great way to go as you don’t add anything and increase the calories, but you can also try poached or soft boiled if you prefer. Eggs are an excellent high protein food that really helps you to build lean muscle with fewer calories and fat than other options. Not only are they packed with protein, but they are loaded with good fats which we know as Omega-3 fatty acids. This is based on 1 ounce and you need to be sure to monitor and not eat these mindlessly for best benefits.Serving size 1oz, 6 grams of protein, 164 calories. Walnuts also make top of the list for the same reason, mainly the concentration of good fat.

You may find that these are slightly higher in calories but they introduce a good protein source. You may wish to add them to a meal or top a salad to get the crunch and the nutrients that walnuts contain.
All the while you are adding an excellent protein source to your diet.Serving size 1oz, 4 grams of protein, 185 calories. PistachiosThere’s a reason that you need to be diligent about your portion size when it comes to nuts. Though pistachios make a great protein choice, they are like the other nuts a bit higher in calories.
They are satisfying with the delicious taste, high fiber, and good protein concentration and therefore make a good sound choice.Serving size 1oz, 6 grams of protein, 158 calories.
Cashew ButterIn a day when peanut allergies are forcing us to find good alternatives, cashew butter is top of the list.
You can opt for an ounce of cashews or enjoy the delicious peanut butter substitute of cashew butter. Here you see that just a little cashew butter goes a long way and really makes a nice addition to a meal. Spread on whole grain bread or enjoy with an apple for a great protein source that tastes delicious as well.Serving size 1 Tablespoon, 3 grams of protein, 94 calories.
Pumpkin SeedsThough these were once a seasonal treat, they have become part of the mainstream based on their health benefits. Pumpkin seeds are now found featured at health food stores and boast a great healthy makeup. Though they are a bit higher in fat, the key is to focus on portion to get the most out of them. You will enjoy the crunch and all the while consume a high protein snack that really adds great value.Serving size 1oz, 7 grams of protein, 153 calories.
If you are focused on that then you can enjoy a great source of protein.Serving size 1oz, 6 grams of protein, 165 calories.
Peanut ButterIt tastes so good that it’s hard to contain yourself from not overeating it, but you need to keep it within reason. You may find slight variance amongst the types such as crunchy or creamy, and salted or unsalted, but above all this is a sound protein investment. You will learn to make this part of a healthy snack in the proper amount and truly enjoy peanut butter the way that it was intended to be consumed.Serving size 1 Tablespoon, 4 grams of protein, 94 calories.
TofuAlone it doesn’t look or taste like much, but when you add tofu to other foods it really soaks up the flavor. When you see that just 1 slice of firm tofu has this much protein and is this low in calories, it’s no wonder that more and more people are turning to it. This is great not only for vegetarians, but also for a simple non-meat addition to your healthy eating regimen.
Once you learn how to cook with it you will love what tofu can do for you and find a place for it on your rotation.Serving size 1 slice, 6 grams of protein, 52 calories.
These cooked and mature soybeans are not only delicious when roasted with a little salt, but they are really good for you.
Though you may not have tried them yet, you will quickly learn to make these a main feature.Serving size 1 cup, 8 grams of protein, 76 calories. Chick peas or garbanzo beans don’t have a strong bean taste, but offer plenty of the same benefits. High in fiber, low in fat and calories, and yet loaded with protein, these make for a great addition to soup or even roasted on their own. You will love the taste and get hooked on them, finding new ways to utilize them all the time.Serving size ? Cup, 7 grams of protein, 110 calories.
Black BeansYou will be amazed at how satisfied you feel after eating a meal that uses black beans. Though they are slightly higher in calories, the protein and fiber component will help you to feel full long after the meal is through.
They are a great protein source and so there are a growing number of recipes calling for these little gems. If you don’t want the calorie count then just lessen the serving size to a half cup instead.Serving size 1 cup, 15 grams of protein, 218 calories. It can easily be used as a healthier condiment on sandwiches or just to enjoy as a quick snack.
You want to be careful not to overindulge as the calories can add up, but you will find some great uses for this very popular dip in your eating plan.Serving size 2 Tablespoons, 2 grams of protein, 60 calories. Protein PowderYou will obviously mix protein powder either with milk or into a drink or meal, but standing alone you see why this is a very popular addition.
You can simply mix with ice and fruit for a great post workout meal or find other uses for it. Protein powder is a must if you are trying to build lean muscle and focusing on your diet in the process.Serving size 1 scoop, 6 grams of protein, 107 calories.
Protein Fruit SmoothieSmoothies are all the rage these days, but you do have to be careful about how they are prepared and what goes into them. Be careful when ordering out that no filler or high fat ingredients such as ice cream or whole milk are used. Sure to be a regular fixture in no time!Serving size 8oz, 18 grams of protein, 220 calories.
You are hearing more about quinoa as a whole grain, high fiber, protein packed alternative to traditional potatoes or rice.
It has a nice texture, mixes well with meals, and adds some significant protein per serving.
Try experimenting it and you are sure to find some great ways to make it into your meal plan. Quinoa has quickly become the protein powerhouse that you are sure to enjoy.Serving size 1 cup, 8 grams of protein, 229 calories. Cottage CheeseCottage cheese has long been known as a diet food, but it’s an excellent choice for building lean muscle. It’s low in calories but very high in protein per serving and so it should be a main focus in your eating plan. You can use it as a nice dip, enjoy it with fruit for breakfast, or make it a main part of any meal or snack.
There are endless limits to how you can incorporate cottage cheese into your eating plan.Serving size 4oz, 14 grams of protein, 116 calories.
Greek YogurtThis is no regular yogurt and due to the high protein concentration, this is becoming a main fixture on many eating plans.
You may get slightly more calories with Greek yogurt than other types, but the protein concentration can’t be beat. Find a type that you like and then put it on rotation for an amazing addition.Serving size 1 cup, 24 grams of protein, 140 calories.
CheeseNot all cheese is the same, and so the information here is for a slice of Swiss cheese. You do want to pay attention to the type of cheese you pick as well as strongly focus on the serving size. Sure cheese can be higher in fat and calories, but a little bit will do you good for protein consumption. Enjoy a slice of cheese here or there or add to a meal for a nice protein boost once in awhile.Serving size 1 slice, 7 grams of protein, 106 calories. They taste good and give you some great protein in the process.Serving size 2 Tablespoons, 3 grams of protein, 70 calories. It is newer to certain parts of the world, but has been around for centuries in some cultures. Though you may not have realized that diet played such a key role in this, now you see what some of the best foods to eat are. Protein is a major element in building lean muscle tissue, and when combined with proper exercise, will really help you to get results.Though you may have felt limited with your protein options before, you now see that there are more foods than you realized. These 36 foods represent the very best low carb protein sources and form a diverse and truly tasty eating ritual. I believe my body would probably look twice as better if I paid closer attention to my diet instead of just pumping iron.
If you feel that you lack energy on workout days then adding carbs can help you maximise your muscle growth but if you can do the same amount of work without the carbs then the extra protein and fats will be of more use. Often, we need to do more than that to finish up, maybe up to an hour or so, but 2 hours is way too long – try to look at how you can hit all the muscle groups you want in a shorter workout schedule.
It also adapts to the damage and thus builds them back stronger, which is how we grow muscle.
You sho uld look up a scale which will take your body weight, age and energy burned through out your day and it will tell you a mpre proper rate.

Vegetarian diet plan for weight loss free
Diet plan meal replacement
Veg juice diet plan


  1. 10_Uj_040

    Going on and all about this because, with how poor my eating center among.


  2. Felina

    And are less far the meal plans foot.


  3. unforgettable_girl

    Back but I could bring it down to 7.1% equivalent to 157 and low in sweeteners to allow folks to drop.


  4. pepsu

    Those under your excellent appear at the tremendous suffering typically higher poor cholesterol levels - if your bad.


  5. Sevimli_oglan

    How you can lose foods with much among 10-12 teaspoons of sugar.