10 Vegan Sources of Protein

1. Veggies. One cup of cooked spinach contains about 7 grams of protein. The same serving of French beans contains about 13 grams. Two cups of cooked kale? 5 grams. One cup of boiled peas? 9 grams. You get the idea.

2. Hemp. Toss 30 grams of hemp powder in your smoothie and get about 11 grams of protein—just like that.

3. Non-dairy milk. A mere cup of almond milk can pack about 7 to 9 grams of protein. Rice milk, coconut milk, and hemp milk are other good options.

4. Tropical Strawberry Shakeology®. One scoop offers 15 grams of protein (30 percent of your daily value).

5. Nut butter. A couple of tablespoons of any nut butter (think almond, sunflower seed, flaxseed, or peanut) will get you 8 grams of protein.

6. Quinoa. It’s the star of the vegan diet—you get 9 grams of protein per cup!

7. Lentils. You can make rice dishes, veggie burgers, casseroles, and more. One cup cooked delivers a whopping 18 grams of protein!

8. Beans. With one cup of pinto, kidney, or black beans, you’ll get about 13 to 15 grams of protein, a full belly, and heart-healthy fiber.

9. Tempeh. One cup of tempeh packs about 30 grams of protein! That’s more than 5 eggs or a regular hamburger patty.

10. Sprouted grain bread. Offers about 10 grams of protein, and tastes great as toast or in a veggie sprout sandwich!

11. Shakeology. A plant based whole super foods shake I’ve been drinking daily and selling since the year 2009. It’s convenient, delicious, a powerful tool for over all health support, and saves me a lot of money.

We hope this serves as a great jumping point to launch your healthier, vegan-esque lifestyle, or at the very least, helps you make some educated, meat-free diet choices more often! Stay healthy, friends.

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