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How to Meet Your Protein Needs without Meat

A Guide to Vegetarian Protein Sources


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  • I stick more with the legumes. Yes I was bloated I the beginning but over time your body adapts. At least it did for me.
    Nuts and seeds are my go to snack.
  • always looking for more ways and recipe so that I can add grains to my diet.
  • I do think of meat when I hear of protein. But other items are just as significant.
  • 97MONTY
    Great article, very informative
  • So, the link that I clicked was titled "Plant based" but the article was focus to vegetarians, and included dairy. Dairy is not part of a plant-based lifestyle as it comes from animals.
  • Decent article, but it fails to mention that nuts, beans & veggies are not complete protein sources but must be combined with complementary grains, for example.
  • Thank you for this article. I have been living with a pre-diabetes diagnosis and have been looking for more ways to increase the protein in my diet. I need to do this without fatty meats and without causing my husband to revolt! There are several good options that he will love in this article.
  • Loved the article but I don't understand why protein content for nuts was listed for 1/4 Cup but serving size is 1 ounce, seems misleading to me.
    I really enjoyed the article. I would have liked it if you would have included all the nutrient information. I have someone who is type 1 diabetic & is vegetarian. So it is very important for me to have the carb info included.
  • I'm still trying to figure out how to get a minimum of 60 g of protein a day without meat - and more if I am running that day. 3 g of protein in broccoli? I am not going to eat 20 cups of protein. I need to limit dairy and soy. And beans - really upset my colitis. So that leaves nuts? I can't afford the amount of calories it would take to eat that many nuts to get enough protein!
  • ANGEL530917
    In order to print any thing, just press Control and then the key "p" for print. It works all the time.
    LITTLEWIND53 -- In answer to your question (and it may have already been answered -- I didn't read all 119 comments), you can print articles using the blue MORE button. It has a print function.
  • I used to be able to print articles I thought would be beneficial to my meal plan. This is such an article, But I CAN'T FIND A PRINT ICON

    I do have vision problems and may just be missing it. Could anyone help me please????
    I'm not a vegetarian, but I don't care for red meat, great article , I will use this info

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