Losing weight the easy way without starving is what one always needs. Well, high protein diets are one of those types.
According to researchers

Highprotein diets can bring a quick drop in weight because eliminating carbohydrates causes a loss of body fluids. And, highprotein diets cause substances called ketones to be released into the bloodstream. The ketones make dieting easier by lowering appetite.

by post given by LiveScience

These type of diets work give quick and effective results.

Where there are many benefits of high protein diet one must keep into consideration the cons of it.

  • Avoiding carbs can reduce appetite whereas intake of proteins can cause constipation.
  • High protein diet may promise weight loss but its effects are not long lasting.
  • Also one must not continue on being a high protein diet for more than 3 months.
  • To avoid this one must increase intake of water and vegetables.
  • Excessive intake of protein can also harm kidneys.

“For most healthy people, a high-protein diet generally isn’t harmful if followed for a short time, such as three to four months, and may help with weight loss,”

according to Katherine Zeratsky, a dietitian at the Mayo Clinic.

Reducing Appetite:

How does high protein intake reduce weight?

 

Going against nature is obviously not right. When we intake surplus protein it is stored as fat while amino acids are excreted, these amino acids build up muscles and muscles are much heavier than fat.

So if you are thinking that high protein will reduce weight it would do it for a certain time period. After stopping with the diet muscles are build which causes an increase in weight.

Answer to the above question is that eating only proteins is not a good idea. Our body needs a portion of every nutritional intake.

High protein, low carbs can lead to ketosis.

Which are good resources of protein?

 

There are a lot many resources of protein intake while there are natural as well as synthetic and balanced diets suggested by professional dietitians.

Natural Resources:

  1. Eggs
  2. Beans & Grains
  3. Almonds
  4. Red meat( beef and mutton)
  5. White meat( fish and chicken without skin)

Synthetic Protein diets:

  • Protein Bars

Taking good care of health is not hard. Pure Protein Protein Bars provide high-quality protein essential to a nutritious balanced diet and important for supporting lean muscle and an active lifestyle. Pure Protein bars are a convenient, on-the-go, pre- or post-workout snack.

  • Crunchy Peanut Butter Bar:

A perfect energy snack to fuel up before doing workouts. These bars are purposefully crafted to deliver the protein, fiber, and carbs to sustain active bodies.

  • Protein puffs cheese Nachos:

Protein Puffs are completely free of junk no nuts, no soy, no gluten, no potatoes, low carbs, and low fat. It’s even Ketogenic! We bake our quality ingredients so you get the best puff possible. Has got good flavor causes up to 130 calories

  • Organic Plant-based Protein Powder:

 

Mix with water, milk, or your favorite protein shake recipe for a quick breakfast or snack drink. Use when baking to give your cakes, muffins, brownies, or cookies a protein and energy boost. Ideal for healthy, on-the-go nutrition for men, women, and kids. These are great for meal replacement, smoothie boosters, building lean muscle, muscle recovery, and pre or post workouts