Protein is good for us. Duh, right?
They’re the building blocks for our body and we need the right amount for us to be strong, regenerate tissue, and otherwise recover.
However, protein requirements differ dramatically from person to person.
Experiment with reducing or increasing your amount of protein, and try different types. Some people need animal food, while others thrive on vegetarian protein sources like leafy greens, grain and bean combinations, or natural soy products.
Listen to your body to find out what is best for you. There is no right or wrong here.
Simply have an open mind about it and listen to your body. That’s it, folks! 😉
Sarah Plummer Taylor is an established leader in the field of resilience building and holistic wellness. She teaches veterans, busy professionals, students, and entrepreneurs how to find clarity and build stronger, healthier lives.
A U.S. Marine veteran who deployed twice to Iraq, Sarah is the author of Just Roll With It: 7 Battle Tested Truths for Creating a Resilient Life. She is also the founder of SEMPER Sarah®, a national wellness practice.
Sarah holds a Master’s in Social Work with a Mental Health concentration from the University of Denver and a Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of Virginia. She was an adjunct professor in the Department of Health Education and Promotion at Charleston Southern University until 2019.
Sarah is also a registered yoga teacher ERYT200/RYT500, who teaches vinyasa, yin, restorative, and trauma-informed adaptive yoga classes in addition to retreats and workshops.
Her work has been featured on Capitol Hill and in noteworthy news and entertainment outlets like the Katie Couric Show, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, MSNBC, and others.
In addition to speaking, leading workshops, and providing individual and couple’s counseling and coaching through SEMPER Sarah®, Sarah gives back to organizations like Veterans of Foreign Wars, Team Red White & Blue, The Give Back Yoga Foundation, Comeback Yoga, and the Women Marines Association.
Sarah lives in North Carolina with her husband, their two daughters, and dog.
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