Sources Of Proteins For Vegans

Sources Of Proteins For Vegans

If you are a vegan you probably get asked " how do you get your protein? quite often. It might be annoyinng, but for most people the biggest source of

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If you are a vegan you probably get asked ” how do you get your protein? quite often. It might be annoyinng, but for most people the biggest source of rotien is meat, and if you are not eating meat, some people equate this with not eating protein.

The image of skinny , sickly vegan is burned in some people’s mind as proof that vegan diet plans are dangerous and unhealthy, but all we need to do is to take a look at vegan body builders to see this is obviously not true. Its is true that we get a lot of protein from meat , but that’s far from the only source. And you dont need to resort to the damaging effect of soy to get it.

Hemp, nuts, quinoa , lentils , sprouted grain bread, beans, and even veggies like spinach , kale or peas should be included in your vegan diet plans to give you a much needed protein boost to help keep your hair, skin, muscle tissue, bones and red blood cells healthy.
These nutrients are desperately needed by our bodies in order to function properly. And we get them mostly from meat and animal sources. now if you want to decide to cut ot animal products in your diet plans, that fine of course, but your body still needs these nutrients, and if you want to continue being healthy and happy, it’s important to look into these other sources of nutrition.

Souces Of Protein
Avocados: Avocados are rich in vitamin c, iron and healthy fats, and also contain high amounts of protein.

Pumpkin Seeds: Dont have to be saved for the fall:enjoy roasted, spiced pumpkin or squash seeds as a snack any time.

Black Beans: Black beans and other types of beans, such as kidney and pinto beans, make healthy high protein additions to almost any dish.

Quinoa: Is a delicate grain that can be used in place of rice and gives you about nine grams per cup.

Sunflower Seeds: Sunflower seeds are great for a snack, and just 1/4 cup will provide six grams of your daily needs.

Lentils: Lentils contain high amounts of protein and may be added to soups, stews and salads.

Peas: Peas can be added to salads, soups or eaten as a side dish and provide around 10 grams per cup.

Tempeh: Tempeh is a fermented soybean cake and will give your a huge protein boost of 41 grams per serving.

Peanut Butter: Peanut butter is a high protein and versatile food. Try cashew butter or almond butter for variety.

Veggie Burgers: Veggie burgers have 10 or more grams of protein per patty, depending on the maker.

The next time someone asks you where you get protein , you can say ,” Did you know one cup of cooked sweet potato contain 5 grams of protein? or ” did you know that one cup of peas contains over 8 grams of protein.” or did you know broccoli contains more protein per calorie than steak?

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