At least 8 grammes of complete proteins are guaranteed every time you sit down for lunch by using this as your sandwich base.
Every half-cup portion of this gluten-free seed contains three grammes of protein, two grammes of belly-flattening fibre, and half the day's magnesium.
That aids in the retention of vitamins, the absorption of calcium, and the prevention of bloating.
Guava has 4 grammes of protein, 9 grammes of fibre, and 112 calories per cup. Vitamin C content per cup is equivalent to seven medium oranges.
One cup of peas has eight times as much protein as spinach. With nearly 100% of your daily vitamin C in a cup, they'll boost your immune system.
A legume known as a lentil can be eaten. For its lens-shaped seeds, it is a perennial plant. It is around 40 centimetres tall and produces pods containing two seeds.
A regular two-tablespoon portion of peanut butter provides a good amount of muscle-building protein and healthy fats, even though it can increase your waist circumference.
Combined with a calorie-restricted diet, eating a little more than a quarter-cup of nuts can reduce weight more successfully than a snack of complex carbs and safflower oil.