Fitness Minutes: (9,122)
10/15/12 6:26 P
Hummus with veggies or on bread (or both!) Mashed chickpeas with seasonings or added to a salad Replace regular lettuce with kale or spinach Chia seeds added to smoothies Hemp seeds added to salads Beans added to mexican-influenced meals (tortillas, quesadillas, etc)
Fitness Minutes: (12,442)
1,539 10/15/12 1:06 P
Greek yogurt has tons of protein & mixed w/ Kashi GoLean Crunch cereal ups it even more. I have this for breakfast sometimes, but I don't see why you couldn't have it for lunch - maybe throw in some berries too.
Nuts, seeds, soy products, cereal, eggs and dairy are all good meatless protein choices. These groups of food each contain different amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) and different levels of protein quality. Here is an article that provides more details.
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