Plant Based Protein & How to add more to your diet





Chia seeds 3.5 grams of protein per two tablespoons - add to a smoothie or make a pudding Tofu 15 grams of protein per 4 oz serving - scramble, saute, air fry

Setain (Wheat Meat- Gluten) contains about 25 grams of protein per 3.5 ounces(made from vital wheat gluten) - saute, grill, put in chili, spaghetti,stir fry Sprouted Whole Grain Bread 6 grams of protein per slice Quinoa 8 grams of protein per cup - replace rice or warm cereal Hemp Seeds 6 1/2 grams of protein per two tablespoons  - put on salad, fruit, cereal, smoothie (everything) Peanut Butter Powder 3 to 4 grams of protein per tablespoon Whole Rolled Oats  pack about 11 grams of protein per cup Nutritional Yeast Two tablespoons contain about 8 grams of protein -put in creamy sauce(cheese flavor), sprinkle on popcorn Broccoli one cup of cooked broccoli has almost 4 grams of protein Green Peas 9 grams of protein per cooked cup Lentils 18 grams of protein per cup - make a meatless loaf, burger, taco, chili or peas and rice Chickpeas 15 grams of protein per cup - make hummus, tuna-free salad, chicken-free salad, falafel, brownies Potatoes large baked potato offers 8 g of protein per serving Almonds offer 16.5 g of protein per ½ cup Soy Milk 7 grams of protein per cup Wild Rice 7 grams of protein per cooked cup

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