Chicken pocket with tomato and cheese

Ingredients for 2 servings:

2 chicken breasts
Havarti cheese- 2 slices
1 small tomato( I used our own from the garden, it was juicy and sweet)
Cheddar cheese (grated)
Olive oil
Salt
Paprika
Black pepper
Turmeric
Dry parsley

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Practical harm of meat globally and privately

People have been eating meat as food since the ice age. Anthropologists argue that it was then that a person refused a vegetable diet in favor of meat food. This “custom” has been conveyed by a significant part of humanity to the present day, someone has done it because of necessity (for example, Eskimos), living conditions or habits. But more often than not, the reason is a simple misunderstanding. Over the past fifty years, renowned health professionals, biochemists and nutritionists have found convincing evidence: to stay healthy, eating meat is not necessary, on the contrary, a diet that is acceptable to predators can harm a person.

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All You Need to Know About the Best Source of Protein – Chicken Eggs

Eggs are a reference source of protein for an athlete; other sources of protein are evaluated against them. This is the most popular, cheap and high-quality product that is simply necessary for building muscle mass, so bodybuilders buy chicken eggs in whole trays and eat them every day.

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High protein menu, part 7

Jewish White beans

INGREDIENTS (4 PORTIONS):

● 300 g dry white beans

● 1 onion head

● 50 g whole grain flour

● 100 ml of olive oil

● 100 g adjika

● 100 g tomato paste

● 8 branches of cilantro

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High protein menu,part 6

Cheesecakes  with cheese and green onion

INGREDIENTS (5 cheesecakes):

● Green onion, 20 g

● Vegetable oil, 1 tbsp

● Chicken egg, 1 pc.

● Whole wheat flour, 50 g

● Cottage cheese, 250 g

● Cheese, 75 g

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High protein menu, part 5

Chilli con carne

INGREDIENTS (FOR 2 PORTIONS):

● Ground beef (200 g.)

● Red beans (120 g.)

● Onion (1 pc.)

● Carrot (1 pc.)

● Bell pepper (1 pc.)

● Garlic (2 cloves)

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High protein menu, part 4

Pumpkin curry with chicken and zucchini

INGREDIENTS:

● Chickpea (60 g.)

● Pumpkin (100 g.)

● Zucchini (1 pc.)

● Cauliflower (50 g.)

● Red onion (1/4 pcs.)

● Curry (powder)

● olive oil

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High protein menu, part 3

Cassule (Barbarian French mix of stagues)

INGREDIENTS:

● 1 cup dried white beans (or 3 cups canned / boiled)

● 400 g of seitan or soy pieces (I had soy meat)

● 1 medium sized onion, diced

● 2 medium sized carrots, sliced ​​in circles

● 2 stalks of celery, diced

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High protein menu,part 2

Cod with baked tomatoes

INGREDIENTS (2 servings):

● Cod fillet (400 g.)

● Tomatoes (100 g.)

● Cherry tomatoes (120 g.)

● Small onion

● Bell pepper (140 g.)

● Olive oil (2 tbsp.)

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Sports nutrition for women for weight loss and muscle gain

Today, male bodybuilders widely use various nutritional supplements for both losing weight and gaining muscle mass, and girls are cautious and do not use sports nutrition for weight loss so often. Most women dream of getting rid of hated kilograms, so they mainly pay attention to sports fat burners for girls, but many are afraid to use such drugs because of possible side effects. The modern fitness industry offers a huge number of varieties of sports nutrition for women, which varies in its properties, rules of use, etc.

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