If you’re a vegetarian, or just cutting back on meat, getting plenty of protein is key. Check out those meatless protein options that will make it easier for you to follow your daily protein goal on your the High Protein diet in Lifesum.
They are high in protein, low in fat and are a good source of fiber
Pumpkin seeds, also popular as Pepita, are an excellent snack to add to your diet
Thick and creamy compared to regular yogurt. It also provides a significant source of protein for a relatively small portion and can be found in whole fat, reduced fat, and fat-free varieties. The fat free option has 10g of proteins in 100g grams.
Perhaps the most famous meat-free protein, tofu is made from soybean curds. It is rich in both high quality protein and B-vitamins. Tofu is therefore an excellent substitute for meat in many vegetarian recipes.
Loaded with healthy fats so don’t eat too many!
Dietitian’s dream: they are a high-fiber, complete protein food with a moderate amount of calories. Need a perfect high-protein snack? Check out this healthy snack.
Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids, antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage. Spirulina protein powder dissolves easily in liquid ingredients, but it can also be dissolved and incorporated into other recipes. Add it to homemade granola bars, whipped into homemade hummus and pesto or stirred into cooked oatmeal. Adding just a teaspoon in the blender can do wonders to a smoothie.
Hi thanks for the blog entry, what I do want to add to the list are almods and chickpeas. Both a great source of protein and very healthy,
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