5 FOODS HIGH IN PROTEINS

Proteins are important organic compounds necessary for proper development and for the function of the human body. There are debates regarding how much protein we need at daily base, which most often recommended 46gr protein for women 19-70 years and 56gr for men 19-70 years. The lack of protein can lead to muscular atrophy and it can reduce overall function of the body. Proteins are highly prevalent in meat, fish, graph, lentils, tofu, yogurt, nuts and various seeds. We selected 5 foods high in proteins that you can take in order to fulfill your daily needs.

1. Eggs (especially the Albumen)

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Proteins (in 100g): 13 grams

2. Fish (Salmon, Tuna, Halibut)

 

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Proteins (in 100g): 26 grams

3. Nuts (walnuts, almonds, peanuts, sunflower, pumpkin seeds…)

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Proteins (in 100g): 33 grams

4. Dairy products low in fat (white cheese)

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Proteins (in 100 grams): 32 grams

Dairy derivatives as cheese, milk and yogurt contain large amounts of highly usable proteins. You can prepare them real quick, they are available throughout the year and have a good price.

5. Chicken or turkey breast

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Proteins (in 100g): 30 grams

 

 

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