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Protein Metabolism

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Proteins

Unless otherwise stated 1 cooked oz. equals 1 serving. Check the suitable servings chart to see how many servings is appropriate for your metabolic type. The foods highlighted in blue are the best bets for someone with a protein metabolism.

Homemade Steak & Broccoli

Steak is a good choice for someone with a protein metabolism.

Meats

1 slice pork bacon

1 slice beef bacon

1 oz. beef steak

1 oz. lean ground beef

1 oz. beef sausage

1 oz. buffalo

1 oz. pork sausage

1 oz. beef steak

1 oz. lamb

1 oz. beef or chicken liver

1 oz. lean pork

1 oz. venison

1 oz. ham

Grilled Chicken

Grilled Chicken

Poultry

1 slice turkey bacon

1 oz. chicken (white or dark meat)

1 oz. duck

1 oz. goose

1 oz. Cornish hen

1 oz. pheasant

1 oz. turkey (white or dark meat)

1 oz. turkey sausage

fish baked in the bag

Baked Salmon

Fish

1 oz. abalone

1 oz. anchovy

1 oz. freshwater bass

1 oz. sea bass

1 oz. catfish

1 oz. caviar

1 oz. clams

1 oz. cod

1 oz. crabmeat

1 oz. crappie

1 oz. crayfish

1 oz. flounder

1 oz. grouper

1 oz. haddock

1 oz. halibut

1 oz. herring

1 oz. lobster

1 oz. mackerel

1 oz. mahi mahi

1 oz. mussels

1oz. northern

1 oz. octopus

1 oz. panfish

1 oz. freshwater perch

1 oz. ocean perch

1 oz. rockfish

1 oz.orange roughy

1 oz. salmon

1 oz. sardines

1 oz. scallops

1 oz. shark

1 oz. shrimp

1 oz. snapper

1 oz. squid

1 oz. swordfish

1 oz. trout

1 oz. tuna (white or dark)

1 oz. tilapia

1 oz. tuna steak

1 oz. tuna ahi

1 oz. walleye

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Milk and Eggs

Dairy

1 egg (includes yolk and white)

¼ c. of raw cottage cheese

2 oz. greek yogurt

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Raw nuts and seeds are a great source of protein for someone with a protein metabolism.

Raw Nuts and Seeds

(it is a good idea to use a food scale to measure the nuts and count how many equal 1/2 oz.)

½ oz. almonds (about 20 almonds)

½ oz. brazil nuts

½ oz. cashews

½ oz. chestnuts

½ oz. filberts

½ oz. hazel nuts

½ oz. hickory nuts

½ oz. macadamia nuts

½ oz. peanuts

½ oz. pecans

½ oz. pine nuts

½ oz. pistachios

½ oz. pumpkin seeds

½ oz. sunflower seeds

½ oz. walnuts

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Organic Raw Butter

Fats

1 t. olive oil

1 t. fish oil

1 t. cod liver oil

1 t. flax seed oil

1 t. raw butter

1 oz. avocado

1 oz. raw cheese

1 t. avocado oil

Ccoconut oil (you can have almost unlimited amounts – but use your best judgement)

Sprouted Whole Grain Food For Life Ezekiel Bread

Breads

The best choice of breads are sprouted wheat grain breads. Udos and Ezekiel brands are some favorite choices.

1 slice Sprouted Wheat Bread

½ Sprouted Wheat roll

½ Sprouted Wheat muffin

½ Sprouted Wheat English muffin

1 small Sprouted Wheat wrap

1 slice rice bread

1 slice spelt bread

10 rice crackers

2 rye crackers

Organic whole grain wheat berries.

Grains (measured as already cooked)

½ cup brown rice

½ cup amaranth

½ cup barely

½ cup buckwheat

½ cup corn

½ cup kamut

½ cup millet

1 cup oatmeal

½ cup quinoa

½ cup rye

½ cup spelt

½ cup sprouted whole grain cereal

½ cup raw granola

1 cup rice cereal

½ cup brown rice pasta

Fresh fruit can be eaten in limited quantities.

Fruit

1 medium apple

4 small apricots

½ medium banana

1 cup blackberries

1 cup blueberries

1 cup boysenberries

1 cup cantaloupe

1 cup casaba melon

17 cherries

1 cup cranberries

1 cup currants

1 date

¾ cup elderberries

2 figs

1 cup gooseberries

1 grapefruit

17 grapes

1 cup guava

1 cup honeydew melon

2 kiwi fruits

6 kumquats

Lemons (unlimited)

Limes (unlimited)

1 cup loganberries

12 mango

2 small nectarines

1 large orange

½ papaya

1 medium peach

1 medium pear

2 persimmons

1 cup pineapple

2 small plums

1 pomegranate

4 small prunes

12 cup raisins

1 cup raspberries

2 cups rhubarb

1 cup strawberries

2 small tangerines

1 large tomato

1 cup watermelon

2 oz. avocado (for protein types only)

White potatoes in limited quantities can be a good choice for someone with a protein metabolism.

High Starch Vegetables

1 cup beets

1 cup carrots

½ cup Jerusalem artichoke

½ cup parsnips

½ cup white or red potato

½ cup sweet potato

½ cup water chestnuts

Legumes

Legumes (these are measured as already cooked)

½ cup adzuki beans

½ cup black beans

½ cup black-eyed peas

½ cup fava beans

½ cup garbanzo beans

½ cup great northern beans

½ cup green beans

½ cup green peas

½ cup kidney beans

½ cup lentils

½ cup lima beans

½ cup mung beans

½ cup navy beans

½ cup pink beans

½ cup pinto beans

½ cup red beans

½ cup white beans

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