What foods are high in protein?

JENNA FLETCHER | April 17, 2018

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Eating a protein-rich diet can help people lose weight because it can help them avoid overeating. A high protein diet can help build lean muscle when combined with exercise. Lean muscle helps to burn more calories throughout the day, which can also help with weight loss. The following are some of the best high protein foods that a person can consume to help them lose weight.

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