We all have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many people -- including 60 percent of young people -- still don't eat before starting their day! Now, a new study has found that eating a breakfast rich in protein is also an important factor in appetite control that and reduces unhealthy night-time snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods!
A new study from The Harvard School of Public Health titled "Red Meat Consumption and Mortality" came to the conclusion that red meat causes a thirteen percent increased risk of death while substituting other healthy protein sources for red meat lowers mortality risk.
So when looking for protein-rich foods, watch what comes along with the protein. Vegetable sources such as beans, nuts, and whole grains are excellent choices and include healthy fiber, vitamins and minerals! The healthiest animal protein sources are fish and poultry. If you're an eater of red meat, choose the leanest cuts and moderate portion sizes.