Think it's hard to get enough protein when you eat a plant-based diet? This comprehensive infographic from My Vega proves that isn't so.
We've featured vegetarian protein sources before but the chart below takes the cake. It highlights 46 vegan foods that are naturally rich in protein, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals and also a wealth of information beneficial to vegans and vegetarians.
You'll learn about different amino acids and the daily protein requirements for women in different stages of life (ie. pregnancy), men, growing children and athletes.
All of these sources of plant-based protein are cholesterol free and rich in fiber so they are healthy and filling. Take a look below and if you need recipe ideas check out our collection of vegan dishes.
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