TOTAL HEALTH TRANSFORMATION SYSTEM

Plan and Prep Your Meals
Plan and Prep Your Meals
Do a Mind-Body Scan
Do a Mind-Body Scan
Practice De-Stressing
Practice De-Stressing
Create and Use a Sleep Ritual
Create and Use a Sleep Ritual
Use a Targeted Recovery Strategy
Use a Targeted Recovery Strategy
Think on a Continuum
Think on a Continuum
Eat Mostly Whole Foods
Eat Mostly Whole Foods
Eat Protein and Colorful Plants
Eat Protein and Colorful Plants
Practice 80% Full
Practice 80% Full
Practice Your Fitness Mission
Practice Your Fitness Mission
Maintain Progress
Maintain Progress
Deep Health
Deep Health

Why Protein?

What does protein do for you?

Why protein is powerful.

Protein is an essential nutrient with many crucial jobs.

  • Protein helps make many hormones. This includes hormones that manage appetite, balance blood sugar, and support feeling happy and relaxed.
  • Protein supports the immune system. Without enough protein, we easily become sick and frail and recover slower.
  • Protein improves body composition. It helps shed fat, gain or maintain muscle mass, and stay lean for life.
  • Protein is physically satisfying. You’ll feel fuller, longer. This is important if you’re trying to eat less in order to lose fat. Eating more protein means feeling more satisfied with meals, and less hungry between meals.
  • Protein helps build and repair almost every tissue in the body — muscles, connective tissues (such as tendons and ligaments), and bones.

More protein means better recovery, more muscle, less fat, and a stronger, healthier body.

No matter what your goals are, having a solid protein intake is one of the most important practices you can do for your overall health, fitness, and performance.