The Best High-Protein Foods That Aren’t Meat

It’s no secret that many of Hollywood’s A-listers have been crediting their good health and physique to a vegan diet.


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Vegans and vegetarians will know that trying to meet your daily protein requirements can be indeed be a challenge for non-meat eaters considering that the average woman should consume about 46 grams of protein per day, while men need about 56.

While you can easily get your everyday serve of protein with a chicken salad or fillet of steak, hitting the mark on a veg diet isn’t always this easy, and often requires a touch more thought and creativity.

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Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan or simply looking to cut back on meat, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of protein rich foods out there, that will not only help you reach your daily quota but actually contribute to the deliciousness of your meals. Here are our top five vegetarian high-protein foods: