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    Vegetarianism and fitness

    Missy Wombat
    Tue Jul 26, 2005 10:48 pm
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    I'm wanting to increase my fitness and I am already on the skinny side.

    I know I need to increase my protein component in order to keep up especially for the strength work that needs doing.


    Can anyone recommend any good sites, recipes, tips?
    ladypit
    Wed Jul 27, 2005 8:59 am
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    This site is very academic, but if you can wade through it I found it somewhat interesting and helpful http://www.andrews.edu/NUFS/vegathletes.htm


    I'll keep looking for you icon_smile.gif
    KristenErinM
    Wed Jul 27, 2005 10:18 pm
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    i eat primarily a vegetarian diet and go to the gym everyday. all my fitness mags esp. the ones geared towards bodybuilding say you should strive for 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight. to try to get somewhat near that- i eat twice daily- total cereal with 1 cup light soy milk mixed with soy protein powder. the caloric content remains low but the protein is 25 g. for the powder, 7 for the soy milk and 2 grams from the cereal. for dinner i eat fish, or tofu. i'm not up to the recommended amount of protein per day yet - just because i really prefer snacking on veggies- even for dinner, my plate consists primarily of roasted veggies. i did post a request for seiten recipes- haven't made any yet but it has a high protein content.
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