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These high-protein recipes take advantage of canned foods and other pantry staples and feature up to 29 grams of protein per serving. Check out our Healthy Pantry Recipes for easy-to-cook meals using non-perishable foods with helpful substitutions. Staples like quinoa, lentils, canned fish, and more are packed with protein, and work well in a variety of dishes from salads to oatmeal. can have up to seven to eight grams of protein, and. Protein is found in a variety of foods, including meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, beans, nuts and whole grains.

According to the USDA Dietary Guidelines, women need 46 grams of protein and men need 56 grams of protein (but this does vary depending on how many calories you eat each day). What Snacks With up to 15 Grams of Protein Look Like. by Danielle Omar, RD May 18, 2020 What up to 29 Grams of Protein Looks Like With Canned Staples. by Danielle Omar, RD April 20, 2020 Turn on MyFitnessPal desktop notifications and stay up to date on the latest health and fitness advice. Enable Notifications No Thanks.

Each day includes four meat-based meals, one egg meal, and one whey protein shake (using Universal’s Ultra Iso Whey and Carbo Plus). As they’re supplements and not technically groceries, I didn’t budget them in my $70. Each day (all six meals) provides an estimated 3,200 calories (245 grams protein, 420 grabs carbs, and 62 grams of fat).

Do the. For people interested in fitness, protein has particular importance because it’s a vital part of the muscle-building process. Research suggests that the best way to get enough protein into your diet, and to do it sustainably, is to eat 20-30 grams of protein per meal.[1] We think that’s pretty solid advice. A four-ounce (112-gram) serving of canned salmon has 26 grams of protein, along with tons of vitamins and minerals. These include B12, vitamin D, selenium and anti-inflammatory omega-3.

Fats – 32.2 grams. 6. Cottage Cheese (136 grams) Looks like – 1 Deck of playing cards No of Servings – 4.5 Energy – 360 kcals Carbohydrates – 1.6 grams Proteins – 25 grams Fats – 28.2 grams. 7. Skim Milk Powder (65 grams) Looks like – 6 Tablespoons No of Servings – 6 Energy – 232 kcals Carbohydrates – 33.2 grams Proteins. Protein content in 100 grams: 29 grams (90% of calories) Summary Tuna is one of the leanest kinds of fish. It provides 20 grams of protein in a 3.5-ounce serving but is very low calories.

Fish is an excellent source of protein, and a 3-ounce serving of salmon, canned tuna, trout, sardines and most other fish has at least 20 grams of protein. To get 30 grams of protein from fish, you can have a slightly larger portion or have your fish with another source of protein, such as pasta, with 5 grams of protein.

List of related literature:

Figure 9.3 Protein as percentage of energy in dietary staples.

“Introduction to Nutrition and Metabolism” by David A. Bender
from Introduction to Nutrition and Metabolism
by David A. Bender
CRC Press, 2014

The Fig. 13.14 illustrates that as drug substance protein concentration and/or fill weight approximate their lower or upper limits, the probability of an out-of-specification (OOS) result in drug product protein content increases significantly.

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from Quality by Design for Biopharmaceutical Drug Product Development
by Feroz Jameel, Susan Hershenson, et. al.
Springer New York, 2015

The net protein utilization (NPU) is similar to NPR except that body nitrogen, rather than body weight is used, i.e., NPU = (N retained/Food N) x 100.

“Handbook of Nutrition and Diet” by Desai
from Handbook of Nutrition and Diet
by Desai
Taylor & Francis, 2000

labelled protein is followed using em 530 nm.

“Chemical Kinetics: From Molecular Structure to Chemical Reactivity” by Luis Arnaut, Hugh Burrows
from Chemical Kinetics: From Molecular Structure to Chemical Reactivity
by Luis Arnaut, Hugh Burrows
Elsevier Science, 2006

That amount of protein is about the amount that will fit in a cupped palm (or about the size of a deck of cards).

“A Guide To Flexible Dieting” by Lyle McDonald
from A Guide To Flexible Dieting
by Lyle McDonald
Lyle McDonald, 2005

Figure 7 depicts an experiment where a variety of radiolabeled proteins with varying molecular weights were incubated in polyacrylamide-coated wells of polystyrene microtiter plates at a concentration of between 7 and 25 µg/ml.

“Biomaterials Science: An Introduction to Materials in Medicine” by Buddy D. Ratner, Allan S. Hoffman, Frederick J. Schoen, Jack E. Lemons
from Biomaterials Science: An Introduction to Materials in Medicine
by Buddy D. Ratner, Allan S. Hoffman, et. al.
Elsevier Science, 2004

they show that one pound of black walnuts (chopped or broken kernels) contains about 86 grams of protein.

“Back to Eden: A Human Interest Story of Health and Restoration to be Found in Herb, Root, and Bark” by Jethro Kloss
from Back to Eden: A Human Interest Story of Health and Restoration to be Found in Herb, Root, and Bark
by Jethro Kloss
Back to Eden Books Publishing Company, 1999

Figure 37.1A illustrates a protein that is adsorbed to a plastic surface.

“Molecular Biomethods Handbook” by John M. Walker, Ralph Rapley
from Molecular Biomethods Handbook
by John M. Walker, Ralph Rapley
Humana Press, 2008

In a slab gel, the concentrated, protein-containing sample is layered in slots along the top of the gel, as shown in step 1 of Figure 18.30.

“Karp's Cell and Molecular Biology” by Gerald Karp, Janet Iwasa, Wallace Marshall
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by Gerald Karp, Janet Iwasa, Wallace Marshall
Wiley, 2020

Twenty grams of plasma protein, 8 g of hemoglobin, 20 g of white blood cells, and a few grams of skin constitute the remainder of total body protein synthesis (see Fig. 7-4).

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

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  • Yeah what’s with the Corporate!? Didn’t they know the sales went up & more people joined Costco esp now w the virus is because of YOU!!!!! What the…..

  • Omg I just started keto and remember your biscuits video and went to get all the things from costco, I hope they let you film again, and also going to get that coffee creamer.


  • Hi my name is ladonna williams I’m like to make chicken salad im do mines different im wondering how could im make some chicken salad for people and sell it

  • The video and how it was presented is perfect! I’ll try to make each of them and have my family try it and see what and which they ❤️. It’s not hard to make really as long as the ingredients are prepared ahead of time….However, I was trying to share the video by pressing the “share “ but didn’t work.. why and how? Thank you ��

  • Happen to glance over and see your 3 ingredient breakfast cookie and well Im hooked! Love what you are doing. Been diagnosed with gout to go along with my other arthritises and auto immune disease.

  • Hi there my name is Ladonna Williams I’m make chicken salad too I’m do mine a different way I’m haven’t been in the kitchen to make it

  • We made this recipe for our HE class and it was AMAZING! Thank you so much for making this video, it’s really helpful and simple! ❤️

  • It is all about more vegetables and fresh/fresher ingredients rather than processed foods. If everyone followed that rule when trying to eat healthier it would be so much more easy. I like to throw in some brown rice or quinoa. Might make this today!!

  • I love your recipes! I’ve learned so much through you! You’re one of a kind!! I get so excited when I get a notification that you uploaded! Thank you so much, Dani!

  • When you’re living in countries like Germany, the sun isn’t strong enough during winter for your body to produce vitamin d from it (from october all the way through march). So that’s when I take a vitamin d supplement.

  • thanks bobby. I love your videos. i have learned so much about reading labels. it takes me hours in the grocery store now because i read every label before it goes in my cart. i started the keto diet after researching it for about 4 months. i watched your videos for a long time then finally went shopping to get what i needed to get me through the first few weeks of meals. i ordered your cookbook and finally received it yesterday. i’ve already picked out tons of recipes for the next two weeks. i’ve lost 10 lbs in my first 10 days on keto. thanks so much for all you do.

  • I love that she’s promoting Mark Sisson’s delicious and healthy avocado mayonnaise! Everyone should do the research and understand that highly processed industrial vegetable seed oils are extremely unhealthy and not overstated to say they are toxic. No cottonseed, no Canola, no vegetable oil. Stick with olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, Butter or when needed any other natural animal fat.

  • My favorite chili toppings are crackers, sour cream, green onion, cheese. But since i been have problem with dairy. I cut back on any dairy products. Are there any other dairy free products like cheese or sour cream I can substitute?

  • I think Rose is 6 months old here. Babies are always at their cutest at 6 months. So hats to focus on the content. And if I end up getting that discounted Costco membership I will email them and let them know that you are the reason that I got it because honestly I never would have known about all these products. Lots of them are just things I wouldn’t buy, but some are and I would never have considered a Costco membership without your videos.

  • Thanks again for another delicious recipe and you show us 3 different ways to make it. I am trying the Italian one 1st. Thanks for sharing!

  • Good luck making a burrito out of that cauliflower wrap. I tried to make a taquito-sized wrap and that thing crumbled apart so quickly.

  • Is it necessary to have celery or the onions? Just curious… will it change the taste without or is it just for the crunchy effect?

  • I was wondering what you thought about allulose. It is made from figs, raisins and kiwi. It is so good and has no after taste at all and I’m thinking it’s too good to be true. Costco sells that as well. I get the liquid form.

  • Hello Jaclyn, I just came across your channels and am binge watching. I am a vegan and after being with my now-husband for last 6+ years who is a meat eater, I completely ignored my nutrient needs and almost had no proteins and I think that is what has finally started showing up in different health issues I am having. Sorry for my own personal blabber. Anyways, going back to binge watching your channel, I have one question after watching this particular video for grocery list. I apologize if it is too personal of a question but I would want to know as to what is your workout routine that you are able to eat average 2500 calories a day. If I am not wrong, calorie intake depends on your desire to lose / maintain weight, height, current weight and activity done. So just curious how you are able to eat such a high calorie average in a day. Apologies if you already have a video on that and probably I haven’t got to that yet. Thanks in advance!

  • Thank you Jaclyn for another shopping list and recipe video! I really use these! Does anyone know how I can copy and paste the list? It does not allow me to do anything when I press on the text

  • I think Costco should let you make videos. Because of your Costco hauls and information I am considering not renewing my Sam’s membership. This is significant because Costco would be a two hour drive round trip, just driving time. My Sam’s is 10 minutes away.

  • I always love your recipies but I rarely have all the stuff to make them, I’ll have most of it and try to improvise. I’d rather do your version though…I used fresh oregano, a fresh jalapeno and adobo spice, hard cider instead of broth, and a tablespoon of a pasta sauce I just made (largely by one of your recipies but I didnt have dried porcini so I used shitakke.) because I dont have tomato paste. etc. My favorite way to top a chili is to melt cheese in the oven and put raw red onion or raw jalapeno when it comes out, and chives if I have them

  • Love your videos and at home is better than in store especially during social distancing. Having said that I will tag Costco and share how many things I buy because you have recommended. Hey how about a Bobby and Art approved sticker to go on price labels!

  • Hi Bobby, I love your channel very much it’s very helpful,can you please make video for kids healthy snacks and drinks and cereals,
    Thank you ��

  • Chili Con Carne is a classic and one of my favorites!! I hope you all like this version… cant wait to hear what you think. xo Dani

  • Great information and tips, especially regarding nutrients in plant-based foods!

    I think the first step to Veganism for me is NUTRITIONAL YEAST. Need to make the switch. New goal! �������� (Baby steps)

  • It’s so funny how many Americans who know little to nothing about foreign languages miss use the German word “uber”.

    The word translates to the English word “ABOUT”, not very, and not over!!

    (I think that MOST Americans who have NEVER EVER studied German think it sounds similar to “over”, as in “over the top” or perhaps thinks it translates to “very” or “extremely”, or maybe even “super”, but it does NOT translate to that at all!! (In no way, shape, or form.) Sorry.

    It’s definition translates to the English word: “about.”

    When you said “uber easy” ( 4:22) did you mean to say: “It’s about easy?” Because that’s what you ACTUALLY said. ��

  • But the stores have to ban you… because if Amazon. They are brick & mortar business with all the overheads associated with them.

    Your viewers will not visit their stores to even look at their product range… if they can get a recommended product cheaper online.

    You must have realized this. Online shopping is hitting brick & mortar business margins hard.

  • It’s a disguising video… I expected to learn home made salad dressing and not market bought. It was a waste of time to watch it.

  • I want to thank the camera man Art, for help putting it all together and for some of his tips on the products. I haven’t been to Costco in ages but it helps to know there’s all these healthy products I’m missing out on.

  • Thank you so much for these videos! I am working on improving my health and you are making easier with your specific product recommendations. I remembered that you had done this video and checked it against what I had in my online cart. Ah hah! I had picked the wrong product and was able to correct that.

  • Costco needs to chill. Because of Bobby we buy more stuff. If Bobby isn’t allowed to film I will buy my groceries at Ralph’s or Whole Foods

  • I’m so envious with people who tolerates soy so well ���� and to those living in a country with a lot of protein-rich vegan products… ��

  • IMPORTANT! You mentioned to get your vitamin D from the sun and not to wear sunscreen. Vitamin D is absorbed regardless of UVA or UVB protection.
    If you’re going to be exposed to the sun for any length of time you should be wearing SPF!

  • I have the chicken burgers in my freezer right now. They’re delicious! Thank you for your videos. My Costco membership was mainly going to gasoline until I saw your videos. ��

  • Coffee Mate a Great Friend Showed me while Camping.
    If You Ever Need to START a Fire Camping the Wood is too wet due to Rain.
    ADD Coffee Mate Fire will Start Every Time Plus Really Cool Colors…. ha ha
    I NEVER EVER had this Again!!!

  • I don’t understand, can someone explain to me why Costco doesn’t like him filming? If maybe they checked his You Tube or saw he was only helpful that maybe he’d be able to film in there again? If anything, he is only bringing in business.

  • she totally still had a bead in her hand and almost in her mouth when she dropped it at the end….and thank god she dropped the one she had stored in her little hand!

  • It’s so true! Just bought a membership a week ago, also waiting for my first thrive order! All because of you reading the labels for us! Stocking my pantry! Thanks so much bobby, desi, art, and beautiful rose! ��

  • Here’s a tip about chipotles in adobo. You rarely use an entire can so what I do us puree the entire contents, divide into tablespoon portions and put in ice cube trays. Once frozen, I pop them out and keep them in a bag in the freezer. This method also saves you from having to chop them and stain your cutting board.

  • Bobby you can always talk to a manager or leave a comment in the comment box on your way out for certain items that you’ll like to see at Costco.

  • Bobby.. forget everything else.. that little girl is gorgeous/funny.. and is developing a wonderful sense of her surroundings….god bless

  • Hi, Dani! I enjoy watching you talk and cook. I’m a foodie, too!�� I want to share a tip with you and your viewers. Many, many years ago, my mother clipped a recipe for Aztec Chili. Corn was one of the ingredients. Also, she panfried bacon and topped individual servings with it. Aaahhh, bliss! I need to do this the next time I make chili! Sorry, vegans! ��

  • Yayyy I’m so glad this video exists because I’d love to make some chili & have had the hardest time trying to figure out where the Adobo peppers in a can are. I am glad to learn I can make 2 recipes from that can <3

  • You can do for an upcoming video a healthy skillet chocolate chip cookie and also a cacao chocolate smoothie bowl thanks so much on YouTube

  • Hi Dani thanks for the vegan options we make our chili with three different kinds of beans most of the time with no meat substitutes. We may add jackfruit. I like to top my chili with avocado.

  • Hello I m Prachi from India,I have own soya bean factory..I m making soya milk, bean curd,but bean curd little bit hard n no white..can you know recipie..my whatsaap no + 918860850575
    Email id [email protected] gmail.com

  • I can’t imagine making chicken salad without sweet pickle relish. And mayonnaise. And diced celery. Diced sweet onion (like a Vidalia or white onion) would be an option.

  • Hey bobby give rose a little toy or something to play with when you’re doing a vid, it will occupy her and even when you have her at grocery store, kids get bored just sitting with nothing to do

  • I love your recipes. Clean, healthy, varied and lot of stuff going on. Really an inspiration to my channel when, as a Nutritionist, I need to plan something for my clients

  • Chili Con Carne looks very delicious i have subscribe to you. I also have a cooking channel maybe you could stop by my channel maybe we could support each other

  • Eat your chili with Frito’s scoops ��

    A dollop of homemade plain yogurt on top is also very yummy.

    I also like to add corn sometimes to my chili (I wonder how creamed corn would work in chili? hmm)

  • I won’t have a costco near me for another year. Can you tell us similar products for sam’s Club? I sort of searched online, but not sure if they are really comparable.

  • I’m know how to make a chicken salad I’m do mines different I’m put onion in my chicken salad I’m like to make it for the holidays I’m haven’t made it in a while

  • Adding a curding agent to make tofu, invented in China about two thousand years ago. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2005/09/05/night-kitchens  I think this may be the article spoken of?

  • This baby is the most well-behaved and exquisite child I have ever seen-please put her on your shows more often. She gives me so much joy just to gaze upon her.

  • Wow searched chicken salad recipes and your video was one of the suggestions… really like the simplicity of your recipes and your delivery ��but being a man that loves buffalo wings that’s the one I’m going with today/ Thanks��������

  • Thanks for sharing this healthy and high protein salad recipe. This recipe is really good. Also sharing here another best chicken salad recipe. Check out the recipe here: https://www.recipespack.com/classic-chicken-salad-with-video/

  • I’m literally standing in line about to pay at Costco, and grabbed the Vitial protein powder and coconut oil bc of this video. �� Costco should be thanking you ��

  • This was extremely helpful. Thank you so much for organizing this information as a grocery list; I think this might be the most helpful format I’ve come across.

  • Rose is so adorable…OH THOSE CHEEKS!! ;). These videos are loaded with gold mines, and cannot believe Costco…they are not getting it. Bobby gives them extra money on a platter because I (and thousands of other viewers) have increased our ‘regular hauls’ because of what we learn here.

  • If you’ve made it a part of your diet, go to their website and sign up for Auto-Ship and the Instafuel is only $16.96 for the 16 oz. bag.

  • Thank you for this. I am trying to make more plant based meals at home and my struggle is coming up with meals. I grocery shop based on a meal list and sometimes feel stuck when there is no food in the house and I haven’t come up with any meal plans. I’m finding that for persons trying to create strictly plant based meals it’s a little more time consuming than planning for meals with meat. Especially in the beginning stages. The more quick go-to meals I can rack up in my arsenal, the better; so these videos really help!