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Posted on Feb 11, 2014 in Food, Health, Meat, Nuts-Seeds, Protein, Tips | 0 comments

Health-e-Tip: 10 Vegetarian Protein Sources

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HeConnection-Health-e-TipsGetting enough protein can sometimes seem tough when you are a vegetarian, especially if you are on the strict side and fish, eggs, beef and chicken are on the list of foods you don’t eat. Being a vegetarian athlete or active person makes things even trickier because your daily protein needs are going to be higher than those of someone who does not exercise regularly.

So how does someone who eliminates some of the top protein foods meet this requirement? Knowing which plant foods pack the biggest protein punch, and piling plenty of them on your plate during meals throughout the day, will help you reach your target number with ease. Soy beans, nuts and seeds are you richest source of Health-e-Solutions lifestyle protein in the plant kingdom.

Here is a quick list of protein rich foods that will keep you both fueled up and satisfied:

Vegetable Protein

We are not vegetarian, but we do believe limiting meat consumption can be health-promoting. We believe the science would support this, showing limited meat consumption to be a healthier lifestyle than high animal product consumption.

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