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Are There Natural Protein Alternatives To Protein Powder

Discussion in 'Lifestyle & Healthy Living' started by capslocked, Sep 18, 2015.

  1. Hard boiled eggs - The egg white provides quality protein is made usable because of the nutrient-dense yolk. Always eat the white with the yolk – otherwise you are getting an incomplete protein. The yolk provides valuable Please or Register to view links, fatty acids, and minerals.

    Cheese - It beats protein powder in nutrition, convenience and flavor. Cheese is a rich source for bone-building calcium, muscle-building protein and hormone-balancing saturated fat. For a high quality fat and protein, source cheeses from grass-fed cows (or goats or sheep), preferably raw milk cheese.

    Oats and Spinach – These two foods are not only high in protein, but also magnesium and potassium. This combo is also low in fat. Spinach alkalizes the body to ward off inflammation, and the magnesium in oats and spinach support muscle and bone health, along with energy and regularity.

    Hemp Seeds and Kale - Please or Register to view links are a well-known source of protein, containing 13 grams per 3 tablespoons. They’re also rich in iron and magnesium, just like kale, which contains 5 grams of protein per cup. The healthy fats in hemp will help your body absorb the nutrients in kale much better, such as Vitamin A, E, and K, which are all fat-soluble.

    Almond Butter and Chia Seeds - These two healthy fats are a great way to boost your energy if you’re watching your carbohydrate intake. Both are excellent sources of magnesium, along with protein and potassium. For the healthiest option, use raw, unsalted almond butter, which contains no added oils or salt.
     
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