Five healthy high-protein dinners that will keep you full for hours

SourceThe Telegraph
CountryMiddle east

Everyone knows that abs (and all other muscles, for that matter) are built in the kitchen, and if you’ve recently embarked on a mission to get fit, you’ll need to pay attention to what you’re eating as well as what you’re doing – starting with protein. Responsible for building tissue, cells and muscles as well as hormones and antibodies, protein is an essential nutrient for everyday function, but especially so after exercise, when muscles are particularly receptive to protein synthesis and need it to recover and grow. It is recommended that we consume around 50g of protein a day, and slightly more after exercise – for perspective, an egg contains 6g of protein.

Eggs, nuts and seeds, lean meat such as chicken and turkey, fish, beans and pulses, and soy-based products including tofu are all great sources of protein, so hitting your targets needn’t require the use of protein shakes or bars, which are often full of artificial flavouring more...