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10 PROTEIN SOURCES YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF! These are the Top 10 foods high in protein for 2018. They are the best lean sources of protein for building muscle and for weight loss. There are high protein meal ideas, snacks, and options for vegetarians and vegans aiming for a high protein diet. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=sources Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2O5GJeq Protein. If it isn't obvious yet in today's video we're talking about protein and to be more specific I'm going to give you the top 10 foods high in protein for 2018. That's right 2018 that's how sure I am that you guys haven't seen most of these protein sources I'm gonna talk about today before. For me to make a video telling you guys to eat chicken breast egg whites and fish to get all your protein in would be telling you nothing new. And that's definitely not my style. Everyone already knows about those common sources of protein. And don't get me wrong the bioavailability rankings of foods like chicken breast, eggs, turkey, and fish indicate that these sources of protein the are the most absorbable so theyre like the best but in today's video I want to give you some brand new ideas of how you can fulfill your daily protein requirements with some options you probably have never heard of before. So let's start first with one of my favorite new sources of protein which is good 4 everybody even vegans and vegetarians and that's black bean pasta. So what do I like about black bean pasta well let's start with the obvious first it's ingredients are black beans and water. If you follow my channel you know that I'm a big fan of single-ingredient foods like this. And then from macros we got 17 grams of carbohydrates and 25 grams of protein. Guys that is insane for pasta. Regular pasta has 40 grams of carbohydrates which more double and regular pasta only has 8 grams of protein which is less than half. There's more protein in black bean pasta than there are carbs which is crazy. And when cooked right with some low-calorie sauce it's absolutely delicious. There are also other varieties of high protein pasta made by the same company like mung bean fettuccine. Next up we have another vegetarian and vegan-friendly option that none of my vegetarian clients seem to know about. So I'm assuming that a lot of people out there don't know about this protein source and it's known as seitan. You can do pretty much all the same stuff that you could do with tofu and tempeh except seitan has way better of a protein to carb to Fat ratio. It's actually kind of mind-blowing that this protein source comes from wheat. So if you're gluten intolerant you can't have this because it does have gluten in it but if you're not one 3 ounce serving of seitan has 3 grams of carbs, no fat, and 21 grams of protein. Guys that is obscene for a plant-based source of protein. You would cut it up and cook it just like meat... season it the same way and it'll taste delicious if you cook it right. Next is pb2 or any form of powdered peanut butter. Powdered peanut butter has been dehydrated and the oil has been pressed and squeezed out of the peanuts. So you're getting 85% less fat with a powdered peanut butter. 2 tablespoons of peanut butter has 190 Calories in it with 16 grams of fat and 3 grams if sugar while the same amount of pb2 has 45 Calories in it with 1 1/2 grams of fat and only 1 gram of sugar. This makes pb2 a much better protein Source than regular peanut butter. Up next we got beef jerky. Beef jerky is by far the best snack you could have when on a diet plan. Just be careful with the flavors you want to stick with original or whichever one has the lowest amount of added sugars. One serving of jack links original beef jerky has 12 grams of protein and only about 1 gram of fat and 2 to 4 grams of carbohydrates. Definitely not bad for a high protein snack........ for our fifth high protein option that you're probably not used to seeing is bison. Bison is naturally lean so even when you have 90/10 ground bison you're looking at 24 grams of protein for only 11 grams of fat which pretty much matches up to ground turkey in how lean it is. You can get lean bison as well which would be really low in fat. Bison burgers are definitely delicious and don't require much effort so try it out for yourself. Next we have a dairy option for protein which means that this is good for vegetarians as well. Everyone knows that low-fat cottage cheese can be used as a good source of protein but most people don't think that low fat ricotta cheese is a good source of protein as well. A lot of major brands do part skim recipes which can still be high in fat and even carbs. Pantalica, I think it's pronounced, they make a low fat ricotta cheese.
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Get 90 days of complete muscle building meal plans here http://athleanx.com/x/protein-packed-meal-plans There is no debating that a high protein breakfast is important to getting your body ready for the day ahead. That said, unless you plan on eating steak and eggs every day…finding enough protein can be a challenge. I show you the exact way that I get 61 grams of protein to start my day, in just 3 minutes! High protein breakfast options can sometimes bring with it lots of unwanted calories or saturated fats. For instance, while a piece of bacon is never going to kill you (despite what some anti fat fanatics would have you believe), making a habit of eating it every day in high enough amounts to deliver the protein you’re after could be detrimental long term. That said, I decided to shoot this video to show you the two things I eat most mornings (along with a bowl of my pumpkin oatmeal) to get a protein boost before I even leave the house. With 7 egg whites and an ultra high quality whey isolate protein (ATHLEAN-Rx2), I’m able to deliver the nutrients my muscles need after breaking the long fast from sleeping. Not only will you be able to more easily achieve your daily protein intake goals but you will simply be supplying your muscles and body with the fuel it needs to get you going. Most bodybuilders and athletes realize just how important their nutrition and meal plans are to their physiques and performance. If you haven’t quite nailed your nutrition yet it could be that you are trying to select from muscle building foods that just aren’t practical. Maybe you don’t like a particular food? Maybe the foods you are choosing are just too hard to prepare? In order for a meal plan to help you build muscle to be effective, it needs to be one that can be followed consistently. The key to consistency with eating is finding foods that taste good and are easy to prepare. The ATHLEAN X-Factor meal plans and Rx supplements make it easy for you to get high quality protein and food for fueling your muscle growth. The meal plans are 90 days of complete meal options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and supplementation. If you want to get these exact eating plans that pro athletes use to perform at their best and build muscle while burning fat, be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get your complete A-X program. For more nutrition tips and muscle building meal plan videos be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
Proteins are the building blocks of body tissue, and even give the body the energy it needs to grow and develop properly. When protein is digested, it breaks down into amino acids. The Institute of Medicine says that women need at least 46 grams of protein a day, and men need at least 56 grams a day. Here are the top 10 sources of protein for vegetarians 1. Greek Yogurt Greek yogurt, which has the whey strained out of it, is a great source of protein. A 6-ounce cup of Greek yogurt has 15- 20 grams of protein. That’s much more than regular yogurt, which has about 9 grams of protein. This probiotic food also has a lot of vitamins and minerals. Eating Greek yogurt all the time will help your digestive system stay healthy, boost your immune system, help with weight loss, stop high blood pressure, lower bad cholesterol, and fight yeast infections. 2. Lentils Lentils is another good choice for protein. But they are not a full protein food because they don’t have all nine important amino acids. One cup of boiled lentils has 18 grams of protein. There are many good health reasons to eat lentils. They give energy, lower the risk of heart disease, help keep a normal body weight, and keep the digestive system healthy. 3. Edamame Edamame is a full protein food, important amino acids you need in your diet. One cup of cooked edamame has 17 grams of protein. Edamame beans have fiber, vitamins, minerals, and healthy polyunsaturated fats, especially omega-3 alpha- linolenic acid. They are also naturally gluten- free and don’t have a lot of calories. 4. Kidney Beans Kidney beans are another great source of protein. One cup of boiled kidney beans has 15 grams of protein. They have all nine amino acids, but they are not a full protein because they don’t have a lot of methionine, a proteinogenic amino acid. Kidney beans have a lot of fiber, folate, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and vitamins K and B6. They are also low in fat and cholesterol. 5. Tofu Tofu is a soy milk product, and is also a good source of protein. ½ a cup of tofu has 10 grams of protein. It has eight important amino acids and a lot of iron and calcium. It also has manganese, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, zinc and vitamin B1. 6. Chia Seeds Another good source of protein for vegetarians is chia seeds. Two tablespoons of chia seeds will give you 9.4 grams of protein. They are also one of the best plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds can help with digestion, treat anemia, give you energy, control blood sugar, stop aging signs, and boost brainpower. 7. Quinoa Quinoa has all nine important amino acids, and is a full protein source. One cup of cooked quinoa has 8.14 grams of protein. Quinoa also has fiber, iron, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and folate. Eating quinoa every day can lessen swelling and lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and colon cancer. It can also help your digestion and help you keep a healthy body weight. 8. Soy Milk Soy milk is used instead of milk by a lot of vegans and people who are lactose intolerant and cannot drink milk. It is full of protein and has vitamins A, B12, and D. One cup of soy milk has 8 grams of protein. 9. Green Peas One of the best sources of vegetable protein is green peas, or any peas for that matter. Green peas also have fiber, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, folate, and vitamins B, C, A, and K. They are also low in calories. One cup of cooked green peas gives you about 8 to 10 grams of protein. Green peas can help lower the risk of heart disease, arthritis, and type 2 diabetes. 10. Peanut Butter Peanut butter is another great way to get protein. This nut butter is a good source of monounsaturated fat and fiber. It is also full of vitamins. Just 2 tablespoons of peanut butter has 8 grams of protein. If you’re careful not to eat too much of it at once, this butter can help lower bad cholesterol and help you keep a normal weight. Source(s): https://www.prevention.com/food/healthy-eating-tips/10-best-meatless-protein-sources Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Go here for a complete plan to gain weight fast: http://www.WeightGainMethod.com/view/yt4f In this video, Fitness Model Troy Adashun takes you on a trip to the local grocery store to pick out the best high protein foods. Foods high in protein are a vital part to any bodybuilding diet, and he is going to help you select food high in protein at your local grocery store. Foods high in protein serve dual purposes as they help you build muscle and burn fat. It is really important to incorporate as many foods high in protein as possible into your diet to get a wide range of amino acids and muscle-building protein. Troy shows you his favorite protein-rich foods at his local grocery store and gives you a nice list of high protein foods that you can take to your local grocery store to help you with your protein shopping! Let's dive into the list of high protein foods. Foods High In Protein: High Protein Food List 5:53 - Fat-Free Chicken Breasts Out of all the protein-rich foods, fat-free chicken breasts may be the most popular bodybuilding staple on this list. Chicken breasts are one of the best high protein foods because they are really lean and they provide you with tons of high-quality protein. 7:54 - Lean Ground Beef (90 percent or more) We all know that beef is one of the best high protein foods, but you have to be careful of the fat content. That is why you should pick out lean ground beef that is 90 percent or more lean. Lean ground beef is a perfect choice for protein-rich foods. 7:42 - Ground Bison/Grass-Fed Beef If you don't mind spending a little more money, you should enjoy some ground bison or grass-fed beef. These are one of the best protein-rich foods because they are both high in zinc and muscle-building creatine. Out of all the foods high in protein on the list, grass-fed beef or bison may be the best muscle builder because of the great array of amino acids, zinc, and creatine. 8:11 - Fat-Free Turkey Fat-free turkey is an excellent high protein food. This stuff is pure protein and is so easy to make. If you want an easy and convenient food high in protein that will help you pack on muscle mass, you should make sure to pick up some fat-free turkey. Both fat-free deli turkey and fat-free ground turkey are excellent high protein foods. 0:51 - Egg Whites/Egg Beaters Egg whites and egg beaters are great choices. They should be on your grocery store list of high protein foods because they make the perfect choice for breakfast and an anytime muscle-building snack. Additional High Protein Foods List: 8:42 - All Kinds of Fish (Tilapia, Salmon, Trout, Swai, any white fish) Pork Chops (Make sure to trim the fat) 1:34 - Fat Free Greek Yogurt 1:09 - Cottage Cheese That should give you a great list of food high in protein! Make sure to check out the video to watch Troy pick out high protein foods at his local grocery store! Read the full article on Weight Gain Network: http://www.weightgainnetwork.com/weight-gain-diets/high-protein-foods-grocery-store-shopping-with-a-fitness-model.php FIND US ONLINE: Web: http://www.WeightGainNetwork.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeightGainNetwork Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeightGainNet Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WeightGainNetwork Instagram: http://instagram.com/MuscleTactics