13g is good but 20g would be better especially if you exercise on a regular basis. I know that Bally's has soy protein mrp's at work so there probably are other ones at the health store with a higher protein content. If it's a matter of taste you can do other things to up your protein intake. Maybe take it 3 times a day instead of twice a day. I have a really hard time with my protein intake so I'm always looking for products that have extra protein. I buy this really good cereal called optimum power breakfast flax soy blueberry (they're even selling it at the regular supermaker now because it's so popular and yummy). It took me so long to find a high fiber cereal with all kinds of other good stuff that didn't taste like cardboard so I highly recommend it. It has 8g of protein 2.5g of fat, and 10g of fiber. It does have about 41g of carbs which for some people is a big deal but as long as you eat it in the morning and you're active you will burn it off. Other great sources of protein are egg whites (great in tuna salad, believe it or not), fat free cottage cheese, low carb protein bars, tuna, lentils, beans. Multiply your weight by .75 and you've got your ideal protein intake for the day. ie. 126 x .75 = 94g a day. You don't have to make yourself crazy either. If you get close to that it's good enough. <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />