2. Greek Yogurt
Real Greek yogurt is amazing – it contains double the protein of normal yogurts and has less sugar, too.
Look for plain Greek yogurt (and be sure to check that it doesn’t have any added sugars). We would recommend avoiding fruity yogurt varieties and add your own fruit at home instead.
You’ll benefit from less processed sugar and also get the nutritional benefits of fresh fruit.
Many people overlook beans, but they have so many fantastic qualities.
They’re not only the highest source of plant-based protein, but they’re also inexpensive and extremely versatile. Soybeans have the most protein, but white beans and other varieties also pack a protein punch.
In addition to their protein content, beans also have plenty of nutrients and fiber, which means you’ll feel full and eat less.
Oats are a fantastic plant-based protein.
This protein-rich grain contains little gluten, making it relatively safe for those on low-gluten diets (but, of course, not as safe as avoiding gluten entirely).
It also makes a hearty and filling breakfast – just avoid smothering it with sugars and fats.