Top 10 Sources Of Protein

Proteins are essential part of our diet. Also called the building blocks of muscles, proteins are needed by all individuals for optimum growth. A diet rich in protein is much better than a diet rich in carbohydrates and fats.
Nowadays, people are switching to low carb diets to lose weight. In such a diet, protein is an integral part of nutrition intake in body. Protein intake is also needed after workout to “feed” worn out muscles. You can workout in the gym like crazy but unless you don’t eat enough proteins afterwards, your muscles won’t grow. Eating protein in breakfast also helps you to manage hunger till lunch time and avoid junk food. All in all, a diet rich in protein means a healthy life.
A lot of people nowadays take shortcuts to success. There are so many “manufactured” sources of protein. The younger generation, especially, prefers to get protein through artificial sources instead of natural food sources. As a result, they harm their bodies because of the numerous side effects of the artificial protein sources.
I am posting a list of the top 10 sources of protein. These sources of protein are from natural food products which provide you with immense benefits and helps you in having a diet with optimum protein level.

 

 

Here is the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein:

 

 

 

10. Almonds

 

Almonds

Almonds

 

Almonds and Pistachios are number 10 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Not only are they sources of protein but also have great nutritional value. According to a study published in Men’s Health magazine, eating 49 pistachios equal 160 calories; compare that to 160 calories from 15 potato chips. So when you feel hungry and want a snack, leave the chips and eat almonds and pistachios.

 

9. Nuts and Seeds

 

Nuts and Seeds

Nuts and Seeds

 

Nuts and seeds are number 9 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Nuts have around 33g protein per 100 grams. They can also help in weight loss. By getting protein, you also manage to curb hunger for longer time periods.

 

8. Lentils, chickpeas

 

Lentils, chickpeas

Lentils, chickpeas

 

Lentils and chickpeas are number 8 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. There is 9g protein in every 100 grams of lentils. Chickpeas, on the other hand, have protein as well as carbohydrates. Eating chickpeas regularly also help in weight loss.

 

7. Lean Veal and Beef

 

Lean Veal and Beef

Lean Veal and Beef

 

Beef is number 7 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. A lot of people avoid eating beef because of the high cholesterol content, but beef is an excellent source of protein. For people who avoid eating beef because of cholesterol issues, you can always eat lean beef and veal. Meat should be an important part of your diet. It helps you stay fit, young and gives you a lot of energy.

 

6. Beans

 

Beans

Beans

 

Beans are number 6 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Beans have very little calories, and are fat burning food. Besides its numerous health benefits, beans are a great source of protein. There is 17 gram protein in every 100 grams of beans. The calorie value of beans is also very less. Beans is a perfect food for many individuals.

 

5. Yogurt, Milk

 

Yogurt, Milk

Yogurt, Milk

 

Coming to the dairy products, yogurt/milk is number 5 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Milk and yogurt have great nutritional value. They are a source of calcium which makes your bones stronger. Milk and yogurt are also a source of proteins. Including them in your diet helps in losing and maintaining your weight.

 

4. Eggs

 

Eggs

Eggs

 

Eggs are number 4 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Eggs, whole and white, are a great source of protein and a favorite of many people in the breakfast. Many people only take egg whites because of the alleged high cholesterol in the yolk, but eating a whole egg occasionally will benefit your body. Recent study shows that instead of eating 2 egg whites, it is better to eat one whole egg.

 

3. Cottage Cheese

 

Cottage Cheese

Cottage Cheese

 

Low fat cottage cheese is number 3 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Cottage cheese has 32 g protein per 100 g serving. Doctors encourage people to include cottage cheese in their diet because of the high nutritional value.

 

2. Chicken/Turkey Breast

 

Chicken/Turkey Breast

Chicken/Turkey Breast

 

Chicken/Turkey breast is number 2 on the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Half breast of chicken/turkey gives 27 g of protein. One whole breast provides 54g of protein. Chicken/turkey is from white meat family which is considered beneficial to our bodies. Chicken/turkey are not only a source of protein but also contains all the amino acids required by the body.

 

1. Fish

 

Fish

Fish

 

Fish is the number 1 source of protein in the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. Fish like salmon and tuna provide numerous benefits to the body. Not only a source of protein but also fish provides you with the healthy omega-3 acids. Eating fish is also beneficial for people with heart diseases. Fish is the healthiest meat you can possibly eat.

 

 

 

This was the list of the Top 10 Sources Of Protein. You can share your thoughts and discuss this post in the comments below.

 

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5 Responses to “Top 10 Sources Of Protein”

  1. Mary says:

    “You can workout in the gym like crazy but unless you don’t eat enough proteins afterwards, your muscles won’t grow.”

    Something seems wrong about this statement, maybe the word “don’t” should be removed.

  2. Clare says:

    You mentioned that eating one whole egg is better than eating 2 egg whites. I love yolk myself, but I was just wondering why you this is true? Thanks!

    • Zain Anjum says:

      Clare, nice to hear from you. The reason I said that 1 whole egg is better than 2 white eggs is because 1 whole egg contains yolk. Yolk has many essential proteins which you miss out when you eat only egg whites.

      Most people don’t eat egg yolk because it has high cholesterol levels. But new study suggests that this is just a myth and egg yolk is beneficial for health, especially if you eat in breakfast.

  3. Clare says:

    *why this is true- sorry about that.;)

  4. Pakaian Online says:

    protein is very good for the body manusia.terutama for the skin. thank you already want to share a very nice blog

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