Dairy

Greek Yoghurt

Thick greek-style yogurt contains almost double the amount of protein and up to three times less sugar than regular yoghurt. 

Cottage Cheese

Cottage Cheese contains a slow-digesting protein (Casein) that supplies your muscles with a steady supply of vital amino acids. It is a great snack, especially before bed to support muscle development and growth.

Swiss Cheese

Swiss cheese provides more protein than other commonly cheese available at the supermarket, making it a good option for your sandwiches and burgers. There are low-fat versions available have a protein-to-fat ratio of around 8-to-1.

Milk (Trim Standard, Soy, Almond)

Studies show that cows raised using organic farming methods produce milk richer in a range of nutrients, including body-friendly omega fats.

Eggs

Eggs are one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. These white orbs are near-perfect muscle food. Eggs are a high quality protein, with all the essential amino acids in the right ratios. 

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