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It’s Friday night, Pizza is on the menu, but how do you keep it healthy? Adding the right pizza toppings can significantly keep the calorie count down and can also make your pizza a lot healthier. Whether you’re making your own pizza using our Protein Pizza Base, or eating pizza out at a restaurant, we… View Article
Eating fruit is one of life’s pleasures, it’s sweet, it’s juicy and can provide a great snack on the go. Fruits have many natural benefits such as being a great source of dietary fibre; they also contain essential nutrients and vitamins and are generally low in fat and sodium. Fruit is normally avoided by those… View Article
With Winter now in full swing, we thought we would go searching for the best Low Carb Ready Made Soup available in your supermarket. Most canned soups were 25g carbs per serve and there was a whole bunch of thickeners and numbers in them :/ and the sodium for a single serve were 1200mg +… View Article
Protein makes up a crucial part of our diet; not only because every cell in our body contains it, but it also helps with repairing cells and making new ones. Eating high protein foods and increasing protein in our daily food intake can help us feel fuller for longer, as protein (the food group) takes… View Article
Many modern restaurants and eateries are becoming more accustomed to dealing with, and catering for, a variety of different eating habits, intolerances and allergies. If you’re on a low carb, high protein diet, there is a strong possibility that restaurants will cater to this too. Without announcing that you are on a low carb diet,… View Article
We all know that sauces can make or break the dinner you have been thinking about all day. When you’re hungry (or perhaps ‘hangry’), it’s good to have a bank of recipes to rely on to spice up a mid-week meal.  Unfortunately, many shop bought sauces and dips that we think may be healthy are… View Article
What is your daily recommended protein intake? It’s the big question that’s been asked and answered many times with differing responses. So now what? There is a simple formula that can be used to work approximately how much protein your body actually needs and I’ll get to that in just a sec. First let’s go through… View Article
Meal Prep can often be a vital part of staying on track with your nutritional goals. Often the foods available to grab on-the-go will be loaded with carbs and sugar and not much protein, so it’s often much better to spend the time prepping your own meals and snacks. Here at The Protein Bread Co,… View Article
Ever wondered what cheeses were the highest in Protein? Cheese is a great addition to any meal or as a snack on its own to bump up your Protein intake without also increasing your Carb intake. At The Protein Bread Co, we love melting Edam or Swiss on Protein Bread for the perfect Grilled Cheese,… View Article
Struggling to find a cafe where there isn’t bread, grains or spuds on pretty much every menu item? In-house Nutritionist Melissa knows her health cafes, so here you go – a roundup of Sydney spots that cater to your low carb needs…Proof that you can dine out and still be low carb! 5. Hale &… View Article
Turns out your ‘low carb’ snack may not be as low carb as you thought… Nuts are typically seen as a convenient low carb option, but they’re not all created equal when it comes to their carb content. This list is in descending order of carb content, and we’ve also included a bit of a nutrient… View Article
With so many of us having super stationary desk jobs, getting enough movement in on a weekday can be challenging. Here are five tips from us at The Protein Bread Co for upping the exercise while at work. 5. Walking Meetings For quick catch up meetings, our cofounder Luke suggests we debrief while going for… View Article