If you are a vegan, you can totally get all your protein needs met by eating a whole food plant-based diet. Many vegan athletes have proved this point, but you need to be smart about where to find out. That's why this vegan, plant-based protein chart is really helpful.http://bit.ly/29YJlch
Flatout ProteinUP CarbDown Flatbreads - These flatbreads have 12 grams of protein each - as much as 2 eggs + a good dose of fiber and only 8 - 10g net (a.k.a. digestible) carbs. Available in Sea Salt & Crushed Black Pepper, Red Pepper Hummus, and Core 12, each flatbread has 130 calories, 2 - 2.5g fat, 290 - 300mg sodium, 17 - 18g carbs, 8 - 10g fiber, <1g sugars, and 12g protein. Thumbs up!
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The recipe above can be used as the base to any overnight oatmeal flavor combination you can think of! Simply add the ingredients to a mason jar, shake, and let it sit in the fridge overnight and work its magic. In the morning, give it a stir and dig in!
It can be a challenge for vegetarians to scavenge the protein they need. After checking out these high-protein meal plans, however - filled with kale, egg, and yogurt recipes - you can made your vegetarian cravings easier to fulfill. | BuzzFeed