Vegetable Protein Sources List

Vegetable Protein Sources List


Vegetable Protein Sources List. Where do you get your protein? By knowing
our food is very easy to find proteins in a balanced and nutritious way. The key is to know the plant products with
the highest number of amino acids and combining them with others containing the remaining
amino acids. 1. Quinoa. Considered a super cereal. It contains 16
amino acids, including the 8 essential for our body. It is a complete food, which also
offers fiber for good digestion, healthy fats such as Omega 6, is rich in minerals and vitamins.
A cup of cooked quinoa contains 18 grams of protein. If it is combined with the next super
cereal, its benefits are greater. 2. Amaranth. The protein provided by this super cereal
exceeds Quinoa not in total but in the quality of its composition. Contains the 8 essential
amino acids in a more stable way without reaching the level of meat. If it is complemented with
green vegetables like spinach and kale, or other grains such as amaranth itself, it can
form high-quality vegetable protein. 3. Soy. It is a legume rich in protein, with its 8
essential amino acids – with a deficiency in methionine -. It is very versatile. You
can eat it in cooked sheath (or edamames) or its derivatives such as flour or tofu,
natto, and miso. In the case of soybeans, it is recommended to consume organic products
because it is one of the crops most exploited by transgenic agriculture. 4. Lentils. After soybeans, lentils are the richest vegetable
protein – then follow the pea and chickpea -. A cup of lentils make 18 grams of protein;
to use it better, it should be combined with a cereal such as rice or green vegetables
such as spinach. Among its varieties highlight the beluga lentil and dal lentil, originally
from India. 5. Chia. This tiny seed contains great qualities. It
is considered a complete food. It also has 8 essential amino acids, with a composition
of 23% protein. It is not about eating a spoon of chia. It is recommended soaking it to form
the mucilage, the way in which brings, even more benefits to our body – for example, it
cleans the digestive system. To learn more about the Vegetable Protein
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