20 Vegetables High In Protein
Replacing meat ( chicken`s ) with another source of protein can be a good change for the body. But by change in protein we don’t mean protein shakes or protein powder.
You might have heard that vegetables are not high in proteins , yes it’s true , vegetables are not complete protein sources, but combining them with other veggies or combining them with eggs and dairy products can be a great way to boost your protein intake.
In this blog , we present you with a list of 8 vegetables that will help you boost your protein intake and provide you with fiber at the same time. so let’s start
1. Brussels Sprouts
Protein amount: 3 grams in half a cup serving
it can make for a very nice and balanced plant-based meal.
6. Pumpkin Seeds
Protein amount: 7 grams in half cup serving
Chickpeas are an excellent source of both fiber and protein. A 1-ounce (28-gram) serving provides about 7 grams of protein, which is comparable to the protein content in similar foods like black beans and lentils
8. Black Beans
Protein amount: 8 grams in a half-cup cooked serving
These beans have a high content of fiber, folate, potassium, vitamin B6 and various types of phytonutrients.