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Pump up the Protein

When it comes to what we eat, it’s best not to overlook protein. Most active people require about 1.5 grams of protein for every kilogram they weigh (that’s 89 grams for a 130-pound person). Protein helps build lean body mass (aka muscle) and keeps you feeling satiated to stamp out overeating, and protein powder is an easy and convenient way to help make sure you get what you need. But most people think of whey, soy, and other guises of protein powder as only something to blend into smoothies and chug down after a workout or when in need of a quick breakfast. And while they’re perfect for that, there are

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