|Soy Protein: What You Need to Know|
|by Mary Carol McMann|
An informative guide to the importance of soy protein in reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and other major disorders.
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Prepare protein drink with milk as per package directions. Add yogurt and pumpkin, blend well. Serve immediately
1. Preheat oven to 325°F. 2. In a large bowl, pour hot water over oatmeal, bouillon granules and butter, allow to stand for about five minutes. 3. ...
Mix in blender til smooth. You may opt to use any flavor of puddings, fruits or sweeteners. My husband has this shake for his lunch daily!!
Preheat oven to ... Add the whey powder, baking powder, ... muffins spring back to the touch and no longer look moist on top. Serve warm. Makes 9 muffins.
This recipe is meant to help with cravings and overeating, and is supposed to replace breakfast for 3-7 days. Blend in a blender until smooth. Makes ...
Place all ingredients ... recipe about 200 calories per serving. Note: Casein protein powder will provide a thicker consistency than whey protein powder.
Recipe contains no butter, salt, omega-6 fat, or buttermilk. (zone friendly). Separate the egg yolk and put in a large mixing bowl. Add milk, mix ...
Pour the milk ... tablespoons of cocoa powder and mix. Add ... your taste, and mix. This shake is for bodybuilders or athletes; NOT for couch potatoes.
Place first 6 ... Refrigerate or freeze. Yield: 8 servings. Each = 1/3 protein, 1/2 fruit portions and daily bran, also milk and protein powder allowance.
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