Best 10 Sources of Plant-Based Protein
3.5 grammes of protein per two teaspoons. They're full of plant-based minerals including calcium, iron, and zinc.
My favourite plant-based protein is tofu. Tofu offers one-third of a woman's daily protein intake per 4 oz serving (cooked).
Sprouted Whole Grain Bread
6 grammes of protein per slice of whole grain bread. One sandwich provides a quarter of your daily needs before filling. Whole grains are high in fibre.
Hemp seeds contribute 6 1/2 grammes of plant-based protein per two teaspoons to salads, smoothies, and bowls.
Peanut Butter Powder
Peanut butter is a good source of fat, but peanut butter powder has higher protein per calorie, so it may enhance plant protein in meals.
Most people associate oats with carbs, like bread. Whole rolled oats include 11g of protein per cup.
Yellow flakes are a vegan staple. Two tablespoons include 8 grammes of protein, iron, and B vitamins.
One cup of cooked broccoli offers 4 grammes of protein. For a vegetarian, that's a lot. Broccoli offers more protein than some beef cuts calorie-for-calorie.
In terms of plant protein, lentils are the best, with a cup containing roughly 18 grammes of protein. Make sure you buy cans that are BPA-free.
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