8 Vegetables High In Protein

8 Vegetables High In Protein

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: 2 grams in a half-cup serving
 Brussels sprouts are  for having a not so great taste,but it has  lots of nutrients they pack a punch. Beside protein, they also have large amounts of vitamin K and potassium

 2.  Broccoli

Protein amount: 2 grams in a half-cup serving
Broccoli offers an amazing amount of fiber and has an amazing amount of protein considering it’s a vegetable. Additionally, it’s been shown to have amazing anti-cancer

3.  Avocados

Protein amount: 2 grams in a half-piece of medium-sized avocado
Avocados are super tasty, creamy and incredibly satiating, all of it owing to its high content of monounsaturated fatty acids and a small amount of protein.

4.  Corn

Protein amount: 3 grams in half a cup serving

it can make for a very nice and balanced plant-based meal.

5.  Spinach

Protein amount: 4 grams in half-cup cooked serving
Four grams may not seem a big amount to you but considering it is a green vegetable, it sure is. These nutrients include ,vitamin C, niacin, riboflavin, and potassium. Cooked Spinach Benefits: When you eat spinach that has been heated, you will absorb higher levels of vitamins A and E, protein, fiber, zinc,, calcium, and iron.

6.  Pumpkin Seeds

Protein amount: 6 grams in a quarter cup serving
Pumpkin seeds are an excellent choice when it comes to having a healthy protein snack and they are filled with lots of minerals and provide half of the daily recommended magnesium intake, as well as zinc which boosts the immune system, omega-3 fatty acids, and tryptophan which can improve sleep quality.

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.

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