Featuring High Protein Foods, Bars and Powders


Protein powders are a quick and easy way to get extra protein into your diet.  However, I do admit that I get overwhelmed when choosing one as there are so many choices available.  Whey and soy seem to be the most popular but there are also hemp, casien, rice, pea and egg protein powders to ... [Read more]

I decided to share a day in my Food Diary to demonstrate how I am able to eat over 100 grams of protein in a day.  I find that when I eat over 100 grams of protein, my daily calorie balance is between 1750 and 2000 calories as the protein helps keep me full.  On ... [Read more]

Because I watch my calories, I started topping my salads with cottage cheese and quit using salad dressing.   A half cup of the low fat 2% cottage cheese has 90-110 calories compared to 80-100 calories for just one tiny spoonful of dressing.  I don’t know about you, but one spoonful of dressing isn’t enough ... [Read more]

As much as I love my eggs, almonds and tuna, I still need my sweets and treats.  So far, the best high protein treat that I have found is Greek Yogurt.  I ate an 7 ounce cup for my afternoon snack yesterday and besides satisfying my sweet tooth, it filled me up and gave me ... [Read more]

I probably buy a big bag of almonds from Costco once or twice a year.  But after I wrote my review of the Nature Valley Protein Bars, I decided that it’s time to buy more almonds.  In that review, I mentioned  that I buy those bars quite often because they are inexpensive compared to other ... [Read more]

As much as I like my protein shakes, there are days that I want solid food.  Since I had extra time this morning, I decided to make a protein pancake.  Protein pancakes are a great way to get protein into your diet. I learned about protein pancakes a year ago from one of my Facebook ... [Read more]

I love eating eggs and today I had a four egg vegetable omelette for my breakfast.  Usually I limit myself to two eggs at a time, but I was hungry this morning. Nutritional Info The Incredible Edible Egg lists these nutritional values for eggs: Whole Egg Egg White Calories (kcal) 72 17 Protein (g) 6.3 3.6 Carbohydrate ... [Read more]


I'm Diana and this is where I tell you about different high protein foods. I'm always looking for healthy, great tasting and easy to make high protein choices!