Consuming enough protein is key to becoming healthy. Protein is made up of amino acids which are the building blocks of all cells. Your body uses protein to repair tissue and build muscle mass. Protein is important for your bones, muscles, cartilage, skin and blood.
It is important to make sure you get enough protein into your diet. We recommend aiming for 2 grams of protein per KG of bodyweight every day.
80kg body weight = 160g of protein
You should have protein with every meal and aim to consume it across the day, so for example:
80kg body weight = 160g of protein = 5 servings of roughly 30g of protein
50kg body weight = 100g of protein = 5 servings of roughly 20g of protein
It is not essential that you split your protein intake in this manner, but this is a sensible and easy to apply approach.
Here are some high protein meals:
Tuna Steak With Roasted Veg And Mango Salsa
Chicken and Mushroom Pasta
Ultra Complete Meal
Roast Vegetable Chicken Salad
Thai Peanut Chicken
Salmon with sage pesto and vegetables
Korean Ground Beef
Indian Butter Chicken
Here are some high protein snacks: