Whether you’re trying to boost your energy or fight fatigue, getting enough protein is key. But not all proteins are created equal. You want to make sure you’re getting high-quality protein that will give you the most benefit.
Local, grass fed, organic sources of clean, high-quality protein are the best way to get what you need. Eggs, egg bakes, protein shakes using bone broth protein, homemade sausage patties or crumbles, collagen, Greek yogurt, and protein powder are all great options.
Eggs are a classic source of protein that can be used in endless ways. scrambled, fried, hard boiled, turned into an omelet or frittata, or baked into something sweet or savory. You can also get creative and make “egg boats” by hollowing out the center of a slice of toast and adding your favorite toppings.
Egg bakes are a great way to get protein and veggies all in one dish. They can be made ahead of time and easily reheated for a quick, healthy meal. Just add whatever vegetables you like, some cheese if you want, and bake until the eggs are set.
Bone broth protein powder is a great way to get extra protein into your diet. Just add it to water or milk and enjoy a delicious shake any time of day. You can also add it to smoothies or use it to make protein pancakes or waffles.
Sausage is another classic source of protein that can be used in a variety of dishes. You can make your own sausage patties or crumbles using ground meat, spices, and herbs. Or you could get even more creative and stuff your own sausages with whatever filling you like.
Collagen is a protein that’s found in the connective tissues of animals. It’s often used as a supplement because it’s believed to have a number of health benefits, including joint pain relief, improved gut health, and better skin elasticity. You can find collagen powder or capsules at most health food stores.
Greek yogurt is a delicious and nutritious way to get protein. It’s a great source of calcium and probiotics, and it can be used in sweet or savory dishes. You can add Greek yogurt to smoothies, use it as a base for dips or dressings, or eat it plain with some fruit and honey.
Protein powder is a convenient way to get extra protein into your diet. Just mix it with water or milk and drink it anytime, anywhere. You can find protein powder made from whey, casein, soy, pea, or hemp at most health food stores.
Getting enough protein is essential for good health. But it’s important to make sure you’re getting high-quality protein from clean, local, grass fed, organic sources. Eggs, egg bakes, protein shakes using bone broth protein, homemade sausage patties or crumbles, collagen, Greek yogurt, and protein powder are all great options.
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