10 NEW Vegetarian and Vegan Protein Sources 2

10 NEW Vegetarian and Vegan Protein Sources



Discover 10 new vegetarian and vegan protein sources. There are also ideas for pre-cooking vegan protein sources and vegetarians. Whether you are a bodybuilder or want to lose weight if you are vegetarian or vegan, this video will help you a lot.

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Show time:
# 1 Black Bean & Mang Pasta: 0:37
Ezekiel's Bread 1:14
# 3 Seitan 1:48
# 4 Nutritional yeast 2:22
# 5 Dehydrated Peanut Butter 2:55
# 6 Vegan Jerky 3:28
# 7 Tempe and Tofu 3:54
# 8 Hemp seeds and hemp seeds 4:33
# 9 Spirulina 5:00
# 10 Protein and Meat Replacement 5:31

If you are a vegetarian looking for some new sources of protein, I think this video will be very useful. I've put together a list of 10 vegetarian and vegan protein sources, most of which you may not have known, thought, or even recognized as protein sources. So no, this won't be your typical vegetarian bean and tofu look. These are new sources. As a vegetarian and as a vegan, as long as you change your protein sources and have the right macronutrient balance, there is no reason why you cannot experience amazing results, build muscle, burn fat and look your best. Let's look at some of these new protein sources that are plant-based. My favorites are pasta made from black beans and mung beans. Quinoa and chickpea pasta were previously protein for extra protein, but newer black bean and mung pasta have much better macro ratios. In one serving of black bean pasta you get a whopping 25 grams of protein and only 17 grams of carbohydrates compare it to regular wheat-based pasta and you will see a completely different label. There will be over 40 grams of carbohydrates and only about eight grams of protein. The best part is that black bean pasta doesn't really taste like black beans, and if you add a little sauce it tastes great. There are other carbohydrates that are made up of live grains that contain a surprisingly high amount of protein. Speaking of bread on Ezekiel. It is made up of wheat barley lentil Millet and spelled, which ultimately creates a complete source of protein complete with all the basic amino acids. One goat in Ezekiel has 9 grams of protein and 34 grams of carbohydrates. Although this protein to carbohydrate ratio is not as good as black bean pasta, it is still really good. Black beans, which are considered to be a major vegetarian source of protein, will only have a slightly better ratio of protein to carbohydrates. Followed by Seton, and I'm surprised many vegetarians have never heard of this great source of protein. It comes from gluten, so it's not about gluten intolerance, but is one of the best sources of plant-based protein for everyone else. It's not a complete source of protein, but something as simple as soy sauce can turn it into a complete source of protein. Satan has 21 grams of protein per serving and usually less than 5 grams of carbohydrates. When cooked properly, it comes out with a chewy texture and, with the right sauce, can become one of your favorite sources of protein. For the fourth plant source of protein, we got nutritional yeast. Before you decide you don't want to eat any yeast, I want you to know that I've tried this and it's actually really good. On top of that, in just two tablespoons, you get seven grams of protein and only 6 grams of carbohydrates. Again, this is another really great protein / carbohydrate ratio for a vegan approved complete source of protein, complete with all the essential amino acids you need. You can use it in many recipes, including healthy recipes for cauliflower puree with poppy seeds and cheese and many more. What do we have next ??????? this is just peanut butter, but not just any kind of peanut butter. Because regular peanut butter comes with a lot of fat and some carbohydrates. We will want to go with a dehydrated peanut butter form like pb2. With pb2 you will see right on the front of the bottle, they claim to have 85% less fat than regular peanut butter. In two tablespoons you will get 5 grams of protein 5 grams of carbohydrates and only one and a half grams of fat. There are 16 grams of fat in two tablespoons of regular peanut butter. Another source of protein that you may have never heard of and can be a great snack for vegans and vegetarians alike, is vegan faithful. The company that does it has a bunch of different flavors to choose from, and the black pepper version has 7 grams of protein, 4 grams of carbohydrates and three and a half grams of fat. This is again a great macronutrient ratio for a vegan breakfast. You can order them directly from Amazon if you don't have a store that sells it near you. Next is tempera and tofu, and the reason I group them is because they both come from soy. Also one of the best ways to make both tastes good is by sprinkling them with spices and sauce.