Are you Getting Enough Protein?

We broke this email into three seperate sections:

  • I. Protein for Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance
  • II. Protein for the General Population
  • III. What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Protein

I. Protein for Weight Loss and Weight ManagementWeight Loss The chart above is designed to address your body’s need for quality protein for “maintenance” – cell repair and replacement. Medical research recommends that for weight loss, protein intake be increased to be 35% to 30% of calories. Of course it is impractical for most of us to calculate that number. We find that a workable – and successful – approximation is to get 3 to 4 scoops of UNJURY per day, including one serving at breakfast. For a individuals whose goal is to lose over 100 lbs., 5 scoops might be best. If you have questions, contact us at the email or toll free number above. Weight Maintenance There isn’t as much research available on weight maintenance. We do know that getting 2 servings a day long term is very helpful. One experienced support group moderator called it a “Protein Insurance Policy”. We also hear regularly from patients who have stopped using UNJURY and then began to regain weight. If you have questions, email or call us 1 (800) 517-5111 Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm EDT. II. Protein for the General Population For most the general population, the recommendation of the Institute of Medicine is: 0.4 grams per day TIMES your body weight in pounds. Examples:

Body Weight High Quality Protein
150 pounds 60 grams per day
200 pounds 80 grams per day
250 pounds 100 grams per day
300 pounds 120 grams per day

III. What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Protein When you don’t get enough protein, your body looks for protein elsewhere in your body – and takes it from your muscles. (Some time ago we told the story of a case of extreme protein deficiency where the man’s body took protein from the wall of his heart, and it became extremely thin.) Your body uses protein in many ways. (See the Appendix at bottom for more.) So when you are deficient in protein, your health can be harmed many important ways.

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Healthy Aging

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Bariatic Surgery

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Weight Loss

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