vegetarian protein sources

Tasty Vegetarian Protein Sources for Post Workout Recovery

Whether you want to cut down on the amount of meat that you eat, add variety into your diet or you simply don't eat meat at all, these are all great options for your nutrition.

These vegetarian protein sources are great ways to help you recover properly after a workout and keep your body healthy and fit.

KIDNEY BEANS

Kidney beans are an excellent source of molybdenum. They are a very good source of folate, dietary fibre and copper. Kidney beans are a good source of manganese, phosphorus, protein, vitamin B1, iron, potassium and magnesium. 100g of kidney beans contains 24g of protein.

SOY MILK

An 8-ounce glass of soy milk supplies anywhere from 7 to 12 grams of protein. Unlike most other plant-based proteins, soy contains all the essential amino acids, making it a complete source of this nutrient — just like meat, fish and dairy.

QUINOA

Quinoa’s known for its high protein content, and with good reason. The seed (yes, it’s technically a seed—not a grain) contains eight grams of protein per cup

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