10 Vegan Sources of Protein

The biggest drawback to being a vegetarian, as many people believe, is the lack of important protein sources in their diet since fish and meat are avoided like the plague. There is a huge variety of easily available protein sources for vegetarians, and if you put a little effort, your diet would be protein rich too. Here are some vegan sources you should be eating if you want strong muscles, but is reluctant to eat those of other animals.

Sprouts

SproutsLegumes are already known to be an excellent protein source, but the sprouts of chickpeas, peas, soybeans act as protein-producing factories with their high protein content and nutritional value.

Tofu

TofuTofu might not be everyone’s favorite, but it is a good substitute for meat and contains, what else, proteins! To make it tastier, don’t forget to marinate tofu before you get it cooked.

Nuts

peanutsNuts like peanuts, cashews, almonds and fatty acids contain a lot of proteins and essential fatty acids and fibers.

Whole grains and legumes

Whole grains They contain proper amounts of protein and zinc.

Tempeh

TempehMade from fermented soybean and others, Tempeh is denser than tofu as it includes whole beans.

Eggplant

EggplantEggplant is delicious and a good substitute for meat. You can add it to Italian or native dishes, have a tasty meal and be healthy!

Hummus

HummusHummus is good in nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron, protein, etc. Being an excellent dip, it is a good substitute for mayo.

Soy

SoyIn addition to having excellent protein contents, soy is effective in fighting cancer.

Bulgar Wheat

Bulgar WheatMade from whole wheat, bulgar wheat contains proteins, iron, fibers, etc.

Fruits

FruitsConsume fruits as they contain reasonable amounts of proteins, but with an awareness of their calorie content.

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