Some diets exceed recommended protein limits

02/24/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Diets that claim to be high-protein often have protein levels at the high end of recommended consumption, at 35%, and a few, such as Medifast and the Dukan diet, go above those limits, dietitians say. A few months of a high-protein diet may not be harmful, but the long-term effects of these plans are still being studied.

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