If you are a vegan, you can totally get all your protein needs met by eating a whole food plant-based diet. Many vegan athletes have proved this point, but you need to be smart about where to find out. That's why this vegan, plant-based protein chart is really helpful.http://bit.ly/29YJlch
These amazing, simple protein balls are super easy to make – all you need is 5 ingredients, 5 minutes and a food processor! They are vegan, full of protein and other super nutritious ingredients. The best thing about these energy bites is that they can be stored in the fridge for at least 10 days with no problems!
These sausage and kale egg make ahead egg muffins are a low carb, grain free, high protein breakfast that you can make ahead and store in the fridge., On busy mornings, just heat them up and have a quick healthy breakfast.
On days when you don't feel like eating another boring salad for lunch and feel even less tempted by alternatives that leave you feeling stuffed and sluggish, there's hope for you yet — and it's actually edible. Just dig into one of the lunches below, conceived by registered dietician Joy Bauer, the author of From Junk Food to Joy Food. They have fewer than 500 calories a pop and contain some requisite produce, plus a minimum of 10 grams protein and 5 grams fiber — so they're healthy…
You should be getting a certain amount of protein & fiber every day to stay healthy. Easier said than done. Try one of these meal replacement smoothies that have a generous serving of both protein and fiber. Enjoy! #blenderrecipes #blendtec