Plant Based Proteins You Should Try Adding To Tour Diet - King Rodent Control

Plant based proteins you should try adding to tour diet

Tofu tempeh and edamame tofu may be a flexible addition to a meal because it absorbs the taste of the dish it is cooked in tofu can be used as a meat alternative in a persons favorite soup or sandwich

Lentils b oth red and green lentils are high in fiber protein and essential minerals including potassium and iron for every ½ cup cooked lentils provide 884 g of protein

Chickpeas protein content of cooked chickpeas is high with about 725 g per ½ cup there are many different recipes for chickpeas that can be found online

Peanuts rich in protein and hearthealthy lipids peanuts may help maintain a healthy cardiovascular system for every ½ cup they include about 205 g of protein

Almonds onehalf cup of almonds has 165 g of protein they also include a healthy dose of vitamin e which is excellent for the eyes and skin

Spirulina onehalf cup of almonds has 165 g of protein they also include a healthy dose of vitamin e which is excellent for the eyes and skin

Quinoa quinoa is a complete protein and a grain with a high protein content a cup of cooked quinoa provides 8 g of protein

Mycoprotein mycoprotein is a protein derived from fungi products made from mycoproteins have about 13 g of protein per ½ cup serving