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10 Hightest protein plant based foods

Nutrition / Fitness / health

When you think of protein for many people the images of chicken and steak pop into your head. However you can get your protein intake from plant based foods. 

 

”Plant-based foods are free from cholesterol, tend to be high in fiber and are often alkalizing to the body. All animal products, on the other hand, are devoid of fiber and are acidifying to the body, which causes calcium to be leached from your bones, as well as decreasing oxygen levels in the blood and negatively impacting the digestive/lymphatic system.”

https://www.ecowatch.com/10-plant-based-foods-packed-with-protein-1882188073.html

 

Pumpkin seeds 

9g of protein in one ounce

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Peanuts 

7g of protein in one ounce 

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Oats

6g of protein in one cup (Cooked)

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Spinach 

5.3g of protein in one cup (Cooked) 

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Asparagus

3g of protein in 8 spears 

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Cauliflower

2g of protein in one cup (Cooked)

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Almonds 

6g of protein in one ounce 

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Quinoa

12g of protein in 1/2 cup 

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Mung Bean Sprouts

3.2 g of protein in one cup 

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Black beans 

8g of protein in 1/2 cup 

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