Monthly Archives: May 2015

High Protein Options For Regular Foods

Regular Foods Solid meats (chicken, pork, beef, etc) can now be added to the diet. High-protein foods (lean meat / fish / poultry and low-fat dairy products) may begin to replace protein drinks. Many people choose to include a protein … Continue reading

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Soft Food Protein Choices

Soft Foods In addition to the liquid and pureed options, ground meats, flaky fish, eggs, low-fat cheese, and soft deli meats can now be used to help you reach your protein goal. At this stage, it is important to learn … Continue reading

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Protein Options for the Pureed Phase

Pureed Foods Once you start on the pureed food phase, you can add smooth-consistency foods to all of the liquid options. Some favorite pureed protein sources are: ▪ Cottage cheese, mash with a fork until smooth; ▪ Chili, blended; ▪ … Continue reading

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Other Liquid Protein Options

Low-fat milk has 8 grams of protein in each 1-cup serving. Drink by itself, heat it up and add no-added-sugar hot cocoa, stir in no-added-sugar Carnation Instant Breakfast or a squirt of sugar-free chocolate syrup. Pudding (sugar-free) made with milk … Continue reading

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Yogurt Options

Smooth, no-added-sugar yogurts range in protein from 4 grams up to 15 grams per serving. These are delicious to eat alone or add to a protein smoothie. Dannon Oikos Triple Zero is highest in protein with 15 grams per serving. … Continue reading

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