how do you get enough protein as a vegan?

that is the number one question asked by non-vegans and in all honesty, it’s fair to point meat and food from animal sources are the only complete sources of protein.
so how is a non-meat-eater can get enough protein?
that is what we’re going to look at in this article 🙂
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what is a complete protein?

say amino acids are the building blocks of protein and there are 20 different types 9 of these proteins are not found in the human body they are known as essential amino acids we need to eat them because our bodies can’t naturally produce them so, in order for a protein to be complete, it must contain all nine of these essential amino acids in roughly equal amounts. this complete composition of amino acids is only found in meat and animal products. but’s meat the best protein option for your body because of this composition or the answer to that is?

heck no humans do not need every essential amino acid in every bit of food in every meal they eat, we only need a sufficient amount of each amino acid every day and most dietitians agree, that can easily be achieved through plant-based sources here is a list of six of the highest sources of meat-free protein and how you can enjoy that in.

1-Quinoa

Quinoa

contains 8 grams of protein per one-cup serving. quinoa is so healthy that NASA said they hope to grow on interplanetary space flights. that’s quite an endorsement even though it looks like couscous it is very different, and way more nutritious as well as the high protein content is also full of fiber iron magnesium, and manganese. to include quinoa in your diet is very easy because it’s versatile it’s an excellent substitute for rice.

N.B: you can also use it to make muffins cookies and breakfast casseroles.

2-Buckwheat

buckwheat

Buckwheat contains six grams of protein per one cup serving.

funny fact about Buckwheat  even though it contains the word wheat is in our type of wheat is a relative of the new Bob see ya do with that what you will, in Japan it is you to make funky noodles called silver, in most other cultures though it is grinded ,and used as flour great base for gluten-free pancakes by the way

another way it is eaten is by clicking the kernels to small growths similar to oatmeal regardless of how its consumed though buckwheat is crazy healthy.

there are numerous studies suggests they improve circulation ower blood cholesterol and control blood glucose levels.

3-Soy

Soy

soy contains 10 grams of protein per half cup serving. while beans are generally considered to not have the best protein levels so is the exception as it has a high variety of amino acids but you must be careful by the type it is, tempeh and natto are made by fermenting the beans which dilutes the protein tofu however doesn’t go through this process and so it is the best option in terms of protein.

things to remember the harder the tofu the higher the protein content.

read more:Tofu fish & chips

4-Rice and Beans

rice and beans

contain 6 grams of protein per one cup serving. this is one of the simplest and cheapest protein high vegan meals you can have.

most beans are low in the amino acid methionine and high in lysine and rice is the complete opposite low in lysine and high in methionine so put them together and Wow protein levels looking good.

5-Ezekiel bread

Ezekiel-bread

contains 8 grams of protein per one cup serving. and take wheat barley beans lentils millet and Spell put them in one vessel and make them into bread for yourself that is a fragment from Ezekiel 4:9.

in the Hebrew Bible started as trying to help a besieged Jerusalem make bread contains many essential amino acids. when it is made from sprouted grains it also has a significantly high fiber a vitamin content and it is more digestible.

6-seitan

seitan

contains 21 grams of protein per 1/3 cup serving. seitan is not recommended for celiac sufferers and the gluten intolerant however if you can have it.
this week gluten is a great source of protein it was first created more than a thousand years ago as a meat substitute for Chinese Buddhist monks.
seitan is made by mixing gluten the protein in wheat with herbes and spices hydrating.
it with water and simmering it in soy sauce rich broth.

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