Vegan Protein Sources
Role of protein Image Credit: iStock Protein is an important macronutrient that should be a part of your daily diet for optimal health. Your body needs protein for the maintenance and growth of tissues.
Vegan protein Image Credit: Pexels Despite the common belief, there are several ways to add enough protein to a vegan diet. Here are some plant-based sources of protein you can add to your diet.
Tofu Image Credit: Pexels Tofu is one of the best sources of vegan protein. It is made from soy milk. You can cook it in different ways and add to your soups, salads, sandwiches, curries and whatnot.
Quinoa Image Credit: Pixabay It is a high-protein grain that can offer you several other essential nutrients including fibre, magnesium, folate, iron and more. It is also gluten-free.
Lentils Image Credit: Pixabay Lentils are a crucial part of the Indian diet that can aid in weight loss. You can prepare a wholesome protein and fibre rich meal with lentils along with rice/wheat.
Chickpeas Image Credit: Unsplash Being a good combination of protein and fibre, chickpea can perfectly fit into your weight loss diet. From curries to hummus, chickpeas can be consumed in different forms.
Nuts Video Credit: Pexels A handful of nuts can offer you a wide range of nutrients including protein. It is a perfect evening snack that can help beat hunger pangs.
Chia seeds Video Credit: Pexels Chia seeds are a versatile source of plant protein. Other than protein these tiny seeds can offer you iron, calcium, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids and several other nutrients.
Some vegetables Image Credit: Pexels Vegetables like spinach, broccoli, potatoes, sweet potatoes, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts contain protein. So, eat a generous amount of vegetables daily!
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