13. Oats And Oatmeal
Oats are an easy source of breakfast protein to add protein to your diet. It can be prepared as oatmeal and oat milk. Added to proteins, it also the source of fiber, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc. It reduces the risk of heart disease, lowers blood sugar levels, and improves cholesterol and weight loss.
14. Wild Rice
Wild rice is a semi-aquatic grass largely cultivated in North American. Its protein content is comparatively higher in white rice. With its nutrients components like folate, magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, zinc, and B vitamins, maintaining a healthy metabolism keeps healthy mitochondria in your cell. Also, it benefits healthy hearts, people with celiac disease, and people with diabetes.
15. Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are coming from the flowering plant called Salvia hispanica belonged to the mint family. It is native to central and southern Mexico. It also the protein source of grain, and in addition to that, it is a rich source of B vitamins, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin and folate, and other dietary minerals. With these nutrients in it, it maintains the body by losing weight, lowers the risk of heart diseases, increases bone health, reduces blood sugar levels, and so on.
16. Nuts And Seeds
Nuts and seeds are part of the diet from Paleolithic times. Nuts and seeds are rich sources of healthy fats, proteins, essential vitamins, and minerals. Common nuts that can be seen are Almonds, Pine nuts, Cashews, Walnuts, etc. Nuts and seeds are highly nutritious, containing nutrients like protein, fat, fiber, Vitamin E, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Selenium, and antioxidants. It helps in weight loss, lowers the risk of heart diseases, and its skin helps anti-inflammation.
17. Fruits And Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables are taken as meat alternate for a protein-rich diet. Vitamins and minerals are the main nutrients of fruits and vegetables, and folate, vitamin c, and potassium also present in them. Its fiber content helps in maintaining a healthy gut, prevent constipation and other digestive problems. It reduces the risk of heart diseases and helps in maintaining a healthy weight.
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