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What is your favorite high protein food?

  1. 4FoodSafety profile image68
    4FoodSafetyposted 5 years ago

    What is your favorite high protein food?

    Now that I am half a century old, I find delight in the simple things in life. A great muscle/cardio workout follow by a protein shake is the pinnacle of my week.

  2. dinkan53 profile image77
    dinkan53posted 5 years ago

    Sprouted green gram is my all time favorite.

  3. Just_Rodney profile image81
    Just_Rodneyposted 5 years ago

    Chick peas in any form, but as a falafel it is manna!

  4. Adamowen profile image80
    Adamowenposted 5 years ago

    Grass fed steak for me and turkey breast.

  5. mariacolomy profile image86
    mariacolomyposted 5 years ago

    Eggs! But only the ones from the Mennonite or Amish at the market (or from an actual farm!). I LOVE eggs. I am also really happy with beans of all kinds - after reading a book called The 4-hour Body, I realized that while beans are a carb (and a protein) they're a slow carb, and don't raise blood sugar. They're high in protein and soluble fiber. I do believe you can also get a product called Pea Protien, if you prefer a shake.

  6. Dr Pooja profile image60
    Dr Poojaposted 5 years ago

    Griled fish  and soya products are my favourite protein rich foods.A pancake made from Green Mung Bean (check my hub for the recipe) is an ideal way to include protein in diet especially for vegans.Peanut butter on well toasted slice of brown bread can be used a snack occasionally.

  7. Janellegems profile image68
    Janellegemsposted 5 years ago

    Definitely eggs, scrambled, omelet form or in an egg salad.

  8. CriticalMessage profile image79
    CriticalMessageposted 5 years ago

    I have to type extra words in order to get my answer out, which is MEAT !,,, and the best kind of MEAT ! is Free MEAT !

  9. roxanne459 profile image89
    roxanne459posted 5 years ago

    Chia seeds for sure! They go in smoothies, oatmeal, stir fry's..... everything!

  10. vespawoolf profile image97
    vespawoolfposted 5 years ago

    We buy free range eggs and enjoy them boiled, poached, scrambled and even fried. We also eat a lot of quinoa, which is a complete protein. It makes a great substitute for rice.

  11. Mr. Happy profile image82
    Mr. Happyposted 5 years ago

    Bone marrow! Yummy ... I am sure every other wolf would agree too (lol).

  12. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    Greek yogurt.  I am a new fan of this and I really enjoy it.

  13. dappledesigns profile image89
    dappledesignsposted 5 years ago

    I rely on Tofu for protein other than the chicken and fish that I eat.

  14. jclaffee profile image77
    jclaffeeposted 5 years ago

    My favorite taste-wise is steak. However, nutritionally speaking, I am a big fan of grilled fish; flounder and perch are my favorites. Remember, not only are grilled fish high in protein and very lean (if prepared correctly), but fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a very, very healthy fat.

  15. ishwaryaa22 profile image86
    ishwaryaa22posted 5 years ago

    My favorite protein-rich food included cottage cheese (in my country it is called paneer), lentils and chickpeas. In my country, these mentioned high-protein food are popularly used in a vast number of dishes, particularly vegetarian dishes and easy-to-make snacks for taste and health-benefits.

  16. royalblkrose profile image59
    royalblkroseposted 5 years ago

    walnuts. pecans, macadamia nuts, cashews, granola, (heavy on nuts), oatmeal.
    all have good protein, taste great, and oatmeal has fiber!

  17. padmendra profile image46
    padmendraposted 5 years ago

    Sprouted food is a good source of chlorophyl, vitamin A, B, C, and K, calcium phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, iron and other minerals. It cures diseases.

    1. profile image48
      Camille Pegramposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I hear good things about breads made with sprouted grains.

  18. profile image0
    vinexshopposted 5 years ago

    I think the Cheese is most protein filled food.

  19. profile image48
    Camille Pegramposted 5 years ago

    Chicken breast, baked and egg omelets maybe a protein shake depending on the day.

 
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