4 edition of Proteins for a Healthy Body (Body Needs) found in the catalog.
Written in English
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Soy is one of the top vegetarian protein sources. 1/2 cup of tofu gives you 8 - 10 grams of protein (depending on whether it’s soft or firm), while 1 cup of edamame gives you 17 grams.
Calcium-set. These heart-healthy grains contain more protein than complex carbs (which are vital to your fiber intake, heart health and weight-loss success). Among the best sources are quinoa, bulgur and.
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Protein is one of three macronutrients – along with carbohydrates and fat – that your body needs to build and repair tissue, form muscle and transport nutrients, says Erin Coates, a .