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2/24/12 12:13 A

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Here is a list of foods

VEGAN SOURCES OF PROTEIN (PER 100 GRAMS)

TVP
Protein: 50g | Fibre: 67% | Calories: 333 | Volume: 1 C

HEMP SEED
Protein: 36.7g | Fibre: 13% | Calories: 533 | Volume: 1/3 C+

LENTIL
Protein: 25.6g | Fibre: 112% | Calories: 353 | Volume: 1/2 C

ALMOND
Protein: 21.3g | Fibre: 47% | Calories: 578 | Volume: 3/4 C-

SEITAN
Protein: 21.2g | Fibre: 5% | Calories: 106 | Volume: 1/3 C

TEMPEH
Protein: 18.5g | Fibre: 16% | Calories: 193 | Volume: 3/4 C

OAT BRAN
Protein: 17.3g | Fibre: 62% | Calories: 246 | Volume: 1 C +

OATS
Protein: 16.9g | Fibre: 42% | Calories: 389 | Volume: 3/4 C

WHEAT BRAN
Protein: 15.6g | Fibre: 171% | Calories: 216 | Volume: 1.75 C

WILD RICE
Protein: 14.7g | Fibre: 25% | Calories: 357 | Volume: 1/2 C +

QUINOA
Protein: 13.1g| Fibre: 24% | Calories: 374| Volume: 1/2 C +

EXTRA FIRM TOFU
Protein: 9.9g | Fibre: 2% | Calories: 91 | Volume: 1/5 Block +

BROWN RICE
Protein: 7.9g | Fibre: 14% | Calories: 370 | Volume: 1/2 C

KIDNEY BEAN
Protein: 5.2g | Fibre: 17% | Calories: 82 | Volume: 1/2 C

CHICKPEA
Protein: 5g | Fibre: 18% | Calories: 119 | Volume: 1/2 C

BROCCOLI
Protein: 2.8g | Fibre: 10% | Calories: 43 | Volume: 1.5 C

PEAS
Protein: 5.2g | Fibre: 22% | Calories: 78 | Volume: 1.25 C




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2/11/12 11:45 P

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You should try red lentils. They pack a lot of protein and you can put them with lots of vegetables. They only take 20 min and should add some indian spices to them like curries or garam masala.

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2/11/12 8:02 P

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A good protein source I have recently discovered is a product called "Field Roast". I shop at a co-op that has lots of vegan/vegetarian products and they carry it. It is a meat substitute (I don't think it is soy) that I really like - and I don't like many meat substitutes. It is very high in protein. I like the celebration roast...... and I just bought the "meatloaf" to try next along with a "Sausage". Do you mind my asking why you want to eat so low in carbs? Eating the right kind of carbs from vegetables and whole grains you can still lose weight and be healthy.

Good luck... Hope you find some good ideas on here.....

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2/11/12 8:18 A

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i eat free range eggs and vegi cheese but i am finding it hard i also eat quaren i am trying to stick to 30 carbs a day help.

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