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10 High-Protein Vegetables You Should Start Eating Today

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Are you a vegetarian on a journey to lose weight? Are you bored of a boiled eggs and grilled chicken diet? If yes, you need to know about these 10 protein-rich vegetables that you should consider adding to your diet. These veggies are easily found anywhere, and don’t take a lot of time to cook. Have a look for yourself:

1. Pearly Peas

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Peas are an excellent source of protein. They can be enjoyed fresh, frozen, boiled, fried, etc. They have some of the highest amounts of protein available for any other vegetable. Don’t be afraid to toss a handful of them into your soups, rice, and gently saute them in olive oil and have with your meal.

2. Strengthening Spinach

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Popular as a “super food”, spinach is a great source of protein. Spinach is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants which makes it a great food for weight loss. You slightly steer them in olive oil with other veggies, throw some chopped leaves into your soups to relish them.

3. Lush Kale

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One of the best green vegetables, kale is another super food rich in protein and other nutrients. The best part about kale is, you can eat them however you like; boiled and topped on soups or casserole, tossed fresh in salad, or blended a handful into a green smoothie are some of the ways you can enjoy kale.

4. Forest-y Broccoli

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Broccoli is rich in protein, high in fiber, antioxidants, and minerals. Enjoy broccoli in soups, salads, or simply steam them up to enjoy the benefits of the wide range of nutrition that it has to offer. They can be an excellent evening snack, if you like to stick to healthier options for small hunger prangs.

5. Springy Sprouts

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Add them to your sandwiches, salads, and soups for a healthy diet. Sprouts are rich in protein, and satiate your hunger helping you manage your weight. They can be a good option for small hunger prangs in the evenings.

6. Button-like Mushrooms

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With their immune boosting properties, mushrooms make any meal an healthy and delicious one. Add them to your soups, or grill them with other vegetables to reap their benefits.

7. Little Balls Of Brussel Sprouts

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Cruciferous vegetables are rich in protein and fiber, the two essential nutrients for weight loss. Roast them in a baking tray and drizzle some olive oil and salt for a delicious meal. You can add them to your salads as well.

8. Heartful Artichokes

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Just look at the color of this veggie, how can it not add beauty to your dishes? Blended, steamed, roasted, you can eat them in any way that you like. They are a rich source of protein, and make a delicious and filling meal.

9. Stalk-y Asparagus

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High in protein, asparagus is a great detox food. They are also rich in fiber, which is an important nutrient for your metabolism. The best part about this veggie is the cooking time. It hardly takes 5 minutes to saute them in oil and add them to your dishes.

10. Sun-kissed Corn

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With a solid protein punch, corns are also rich in fiber content. Enjoy them fresh from a cob or add them to your salads for a healthy meal. You can add them to your sacks, salads, soups, and other meals to enjoy them.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.