Top 7 High Protein Foods To Eat

High Protein Foods To Eat

There are countless reasons why protein is very beneficial for you. The foremost reason being, protein helps to build muscles and repairs them too. Proteins are rich in many nutrients which are highly beneficial in building hormones and enzymes in our body. Protein rich foods help to build blood and skin.

Proteins are present in many foods and food groups. Let us find out some of the few foods that are highly rich in protein. No matter, you are vegetarian, eggetarian or non-vegetarian, there are options for all.

Here Are Top 7 High Protein Foods To Eat:

Yogurt

The flavored yogurt available in market contains lots of sugars and sweeteners. Like we set curd at home through the process of fermentation, nearly same is the procedure for setting yogurt at home. The major difference is that all the liquid from the yogurt has been drained so that there remains thick yogurt. Yogurt is a good source of calcium (teeth becomes stronger), digestion (helps in weight loss), good for heart (prevents hypertension and high BP), used as and in beauty products, fights dandruff, is a milk substituent, and is a good immunity booster.

Yogurt

Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese is rich in protein, vitamin B12, calcium and phosphorus. Protein rich cottage cheese helps to produce newer protein molecules in our body. Eating cottage cheese regularly doesn’t let your body fall short of amino acids. A cup of cottage cheese is equivalent to nearly 23 grams of protein.

Cottage Cheese

Eggs

Whole eggs and protein are directly proportional but at the same time people may run the risk of having high cholesterol. The white portion in egg is highly rich in protein. One big portion of egg white is equivalent to 3.6 grams of high-grade protein. Eggs are nutritious; help raise HDL (Good), lesser risks of heart attack, good for eyesight (due to presence of Vitamin A), and pastured eggs reduces Triglycerides, and helps to lose weight due to the feeling of fullness.

Eggs

Soy Milk

Other types of milk, even ordinary milk is not much rich in protein as is Soy Milk. Every one cup of soy milk serves 8 grams of protein to our body. Soy milk helps in weight loss, prevents COPD, reduces the risk of cancer (especially breast cancer), it is 75% richer in antioxidants as compared to ordinary cow or buffalo or goat’s milk. Soy is rich in Calcium and other nutrients for growth in our body.

Soy Milk

Chicken Breast

Both skinless and boneless chicken breast strongly helps in body building. It is a good source of calcium, so it helps to deal with your problem of arthritis and osteoporosis especially if you are aging now. It also prevents cardiovascular disease. Have plenty of phosphorous with chicken and let your nervous system, kidney and liver function well. Chicken is a good metabolism booster, aids in tissue growth and good source of Vitamin B to protect from cancer. Chicken is rich in Vitamin A, healthy for our eyesight.

Chicken Breast

Dried Lentils

They are excellent source of proteins. Every 200 grams of dried lentils amount to 18 grams of protein with nutrient density of 2.8. Dried lentils help to reduce cholesterol, controls blood sugar levels and doesn’t needs overnight soaking. Just cook it little or boil and have with chicken or eat some an hour before your workout.

Dried Lentils

Wheat Germ

The germ part is one of the 3 constituents of wheat grain is highly rich in protein. Include wheat germ in your home made protein shakes recipes and in the pancakes that you make at home. Avoid ready-made protein shakes as they are not as healthy as advertised online or on Television. Wheat germ is a good immunity booster. It also prevents cancer and cardiovascular diseases. They are good for digestion too.

Wheat Germ

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