High protein, low fat snacks...

Any suggestions?

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29/10/2003 at 15:49
I want to get some high-protein, low-fat snacks for eating between meals after hard training sessions, because this is supposed to help speed recovery. Ideally I would like to find something that requires zero preparation (so I can eat at work, etc), but any suggestions will be welcomed...

29/10/2003 at 15:51
Can of tuna.
Preparation required : open tin & drain.
29/10/2003 at 15:52
Yoghurt.
29/10/2003 at 15:54
Gravy - I noticed that there's a thread 'Protein & Glucosamine' which has just started over in Training which touches on this same problem.
29/10/2003 at 16:45
Good quality sliced cooked meat - proper muscle meat rather than mechanically recovered mush. My favourites are bresaola and pastrami.

Ultra-low-fat yogurt is pretty good if you don't mind a bit of carbohydrate sneaking in.

Or there's always ready-to-serve cans of good old Slimfast.

29/10/2003 at 17:02
I use EAS myoplex protein shakes - for each 76g serving you get 42g of protein, 25g of carbs, 2g fat the rest is vits/mins. This is about 280cals. I also use a lower-cal nutrition shake by USN called Diet Fuel, which for every 50g serving you get 25g of protein, 20g of carbs, 2g of fat the rest is vits/mins - this is about 200cals.
You will find that slimfast has a must higher ratio of carbs to protein.

Google myoplex or ultimate sports nutrition for more info!

Scoobs
29/10/2003 at 17:05
Thanks for the ideas.

Velociraptor - I'm certainly not adverse to some carbohydrate, I just wanted something that was high protein with relatively little fat (and, preferably, I'd like any fat there is to be Omega 3, 6 or 9 rather than saturated or poly-unsaturated).
Bionic Ironwolf    pirate
29/10/2003 at 19:22
I use Met-Rx protein shakes, 72g, 38g protein, 19g carb, fat 2.5g, cals 240 - mix with 16oz of water or milk. Comes in vanilla, extreme chocolate, & very berry.
Put it all in a blender with a banana or other fruit, good too if you add cinnamon to the vanilla, or peppermint essence to the choc one. Many other possibilities. Easy to digest, and tastes great.
Bionic Ironwolf    pirate
29/10/2003 at 19:24
Oh and they have a web site. Lots of stockists, but we order from workout world in Kingston
WildWill    pirate
29/10/2003 at 19:26
SIS Rego
05/07/2005 at 15:14
Does anyone have any ideas for a make-it-yourself breakfast shake? I have very little time to fit in my runs and waiting to digest breakfast is a real pain, but I love my food too much to go out on an empty stomach - it just doesn't seem to suit me.
05/07/2005 at 15:18
High protein and omegawhatsits?

Grill some fresh tuna in advance and eat it cold.
05/07/2005 at 16:08
Cottage cheese. Mix with strawberry yoghurt, tastes like cheesecake, yum! Or mix in a tsp of peanut butter, also good. (good eaten with an apple, chop the apple up and spread cc mixture on the slices.)
05/07/2005 at 17:03
Nuts ?

Baked Beans ?
06/07/2005 at 12:02
king prawns ?
06/07/2005 at 12:31
Skimmed Milk
06/07/2005 at 12:31
chicken (not the Jon type)

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