5 Protein Rich Foods other than Meat

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Protein is among three basic nutrients and named such as it is of prime importance for life maintenance. An adequate amount of this vital ingredient is important for keeping up muscle mass to stay active, avoid injury, boost recovery, provide all growth and development and support a healthy immune system. To gain protein for all those functions, meat is considered as a best dietary source. But what to do when you want to curtail body weight, or just abhor meat intake? Here are some other sources for you that are not meat products but are almost as protein-rich as meat.


These yummy treats are nearly perfect proteins, researchers said. They have almost precise amounts of all the essential building blocks you need and at only 70 calories per egg. If you are allergic to the egg then you can consult best allergy specialist in Lahore or Karachi via Marham.pk, to calm your allergic reaction.
eggs are protein rich

Dairy Products:

Looking for low-fat options for your protein fix? Cottage cheese, yogurt, and low-fat cow’s milk are all best to chose. As they all are fully pumped with surplus proteins. To get more options you can take online advise by the best nutritionist in Islamabad and all other cities of Pakistan by just one click on Marham.pk.


Yes, the Vegetables like spinach and kale are an easy way to get a whole host of nutrients, including protein. Add a layer to sandwiches, or fill a bowl and top with your favorite veggies for a healthy protein-rich snack.


Pick a bean, any bean, and you will get the whole required amount of protein. Not only protein but they come with many other bonuses, like fiber, folate, antioxidants, and vitamins. So who can do such a fallacy to not add these little health bombs in diet?


All nuts especially the peanut butter is a no-brainer when it comes to easy protein for your daily diet. Add a spoonful to your regular diet but skip the liquid nuts or nut milk as a protein source.

Have you got the solution? Then add them to your diet and tell all those who are bearing protein deficiency just due to less meat intake.

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Tayyaba Waris
She is a student of Ph.D. molecular biology at Comsats University, Islamabad. She is working on the causes and treatment of male infertility. She has also worked on liver disease and its herbal treatments and has recently got her paper published in the National journal of Natural Pharmaceuticals. At Marham, she writes about hot medical issues and general health problems.