What is a good healthy protein shake for women that is NOT fattening?

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Question by Michelle: What is a good healthy protein shake for women that is NOT fattening?
Hello everyone, I’m trying to find a good protein shake i can take that can help me during my weight loss journey, I currently go to the gym every day for 3 hours and I’m a member of Weight Watchers Ive lost almost 14 lbs but I want to try a protein shake and when is the best time to have this protein shake and why is it so good? Thank you for all your answers I really appreciate this:)
I’m trying to lose 90lbs so i think that’s perfect.

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Answer by skittles
Why are you going 3 hours a day? Thats a bit much. Try slim fast, atkins, or pure protein. There only fattening if you have more calories then you burn.

After a work out is the best time to have a protein shake.

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2 Responses to “What is a good healthy protein shake for women that is NOT fattening?”

  1. ClickMaster writes:

    Protein has the same caloric value as pure sugar (4 calories per gram), you are you sure you want to eat protein to lose weight? Your body needs just enough protein but no more. Here’s what the experts at the CDC have to say about how much protein you need to provide to support your metabolic processes. –> http://www.cdc.gov/nutrition/everyone/basics/protein.html#How%20much%20protein You can easily get that amount of protein with a glass of milk and a chicken breast or piece of meat per day so you don’t need any shakes.

    The National Institute of Health warns against using supplements without the recommendation of your doctor and with good reason. Supplements are not regulated like foods and drugs. They don’t have to be tested, labels don’t have to bear warnings, ingredients don’t have to be accurate, and you never know what you’re getting. For example, supplements have been found to contain milk by products from cancerous and diseased cows, heavy metals, poisons, detergents, fillers, etc. And, if you drink your meal, you’re not going to have the digestive satisfaction or appetite suppression of a real meal. Protein shakes for fat loss make no sense whatsoever so you must be getting your information from a really poor place. Probably advertising or scam sites.

    Here’s how you should eat. The best diet for losing fat is the same as the best diet for building muscle which is the same as the best diet for maintaining health and body weight. In other words, everyone should be eating essentailly the same macronutrients, vitamins, minerals, and fiber barring special health or medical considerations because we all have essentially the same physiognomy and there is only one version of peak health. Here is the diet approved by the US National Institute of Health…the people doctors listens to in the US.

    Eat varied, wholesome, and high quality foods such that your daily caloric intake is about equal to your daily caloric burn while keeping your macronutrient ratios at about 55/25/20 (%calories from carbs/fats/protein). Only slight changes should be made in the macronutrient ratios to accommodate the extreme demands of special activities such as athletics or inactivity due to illness.

    Note: Here are the details in case you’re interested. —> http://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2010.asp and here —> http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/nutrition.html

    You get to make the food choices (no supplements without a doctor’s recommendation) based on culture, available foods, personal preferences, your resources, food alergies, etc. However, the words “varied”, “wholesome”, and “high quality” are important. And, you should consume your food in 4-6 daily meals with healthy snacks between such that you’re nourishing yourself every two hours when awake.

    If you want to burn body fat, simply decrease portion sizes of your food such that your daily intake is 500 calories less than your daily burn rate. That should result in a loss rate of one pound per week.

    Tracking your calories is crucial to your fat loss and maintenance. Tracking your macronutrients is crucial to your health. And, of course, it is implied that you will learn how to read labels, weigh portions, do food lookups, enter data, interpret data, etc., if you don’t already know how. It’s all easy stuff and, if you persist, it will eventually become such a routine that you’ll be able to enter data from your cell, know what your daily nutritional requirements are real time by the hour, interpret labels and estimate recipes, plan cheats, and, best of all, not have to rely on the scale to tell you if you’re losing, gaining, or maintaining.

    Now, all you have to do is ask yourself: Who are you going to trust? The best minds in health and nutrition with the US government or a bunch of strangers on YA?

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  2. A Yahoo! user writes:

    You could be a LOT more efficient with your workout. 3 hours at a gym? Lifting heavy weights (yes, even for women. Don’t worry, you won’t turn into Arnold Schwarzenegger) and sprinting mixed with body weight movements. You don’t have to “do” Crossfit, but their mixture of different types of exercises is very efficient.

    Protein shake that’s not fattening:
    – full fat coconut milk
    – full fat Greek yogurt
    – 1/2 a banana
    – scoop of Whey powder
    – ice

    Fat doesn’t make you fat, but unfortunately if you’re on Weight Watchers you’re probably already shaking your head because it’s “high” in calories. The quality of the calorie is far more important than the quantity.

    Note that I was about 25Lbs overweight, eating about 2,800 calories a day. I started eating 3,500 calories a day of healthy foods and lost the 25Lbs and have kept it off with ease for over a year.

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