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I see many articles and information on non-meat protein sources and they rarely (almost never) include hemp seeds. Hemp seeds (otherwise known as hemp hearts) are one of the best complete sources of plant based protein and, are for some reason, being completely ignored. They taste better than flax or chia in my opinion and are very high in protein.
Though we cannot control the winds, we can adjust the sails.
Whole grain breads and pasta have protein in them too.
- Occupational Therapist - Not as devoted to Sparking as I used to be - Powerlifting novice since 2009
6/9/13 11:32 P
...tuna...so much can be done with it....or just right out of the can if in a pinch... it is good on a hot day with tomato slices....downside I always want to brush my teeth or grab a mint...but it does have protein......
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Do you eat seafood? If so, you've got several good choices ...
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Any way you like. :)
There's protein powder (hello smoothies), or those "complete meal" drinks. You can eat eggs, or tofu, or beans in general. Nuts also have a lot of protein.
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