Breakfast pt. 2. Leg day special 😝💪 Vegans will hate me for using their nutritional yeast in a blasphemous manner but sprinkled over scrambled eggs it makes them so gooey and delish. #health #food #breakfast #vega #protein (Taken with Instagram)
Honestly i have no idea because i don’t count calories/protein/fat.. i just use a little common sense and moderation.
Dietarily there is no need to eat meat, fish or dairy although sometimes it might seem like the easiest option. It just takes a little research and some preparation and eating right will be second nature.
Some great veggie protein sources are-
Try picking up a few of those things per week and really take an interest in what you’re eating and cooking.
Heres a rough diet plan to up your protein-
(i’m guessing on the exact protein content but its close)
Breakfast- bowl of oatmeal made with soy milk and some dried figs: 12g
Lunch- beans on wholewheat toast: 17g
Snack- peanut butter on crackers: 10g
Dinner- black bean quinoa burger, chickpea quinoa salad and a side of spinach: 22g
Snack- Glass of soy milk: 7g
Totalling 68g protein
I do use vega sport performance protein powder which is a mix of hemp, pea, alfalfa and other plant based protein. Each scoop contains 26g (add one shake to the meal above and you have 94g!!) of protein not including whatevers in your mixer of choice: soy or rice milk. Considering thats around half of your daily intake already, it might be something worth looking into if you’re concerned.
I hope this gave you some ideas.. it really is useful just to inform yourself and try new things in your diet.
Check out some of these links:
I appreciate you might not want to be a body builder but it doesn’t mean we can’t learn a lot from them about building muscle.
Pretty delish. #health #food #protein #clif (Taken with Instagram)
I have no idea but look on the nutritional information. It should have the serving size plus how many servings per container.
Also depends how many you’ll be drinking per day :)
Nope. There’s no need.
I would always drink my protein shake right after working out but i’ve heard of people drinking it before and after.
If you want to lose a considerable amount of weight i would consult with your doctor (or at least a personal trainer) if possible. They will be able to advise you in person.
“I don’t want to have protein shakes because I don’t want to gain weight or get bulky”
Increasing your protein intake or drinking protein shakes won’t make you gain weight unless you increase your daily calorie intake. A caloric surplus consisting of ANY food will cause weight gain (doesn’t matter whether that comes from fruit, chips, soda, protein powder, vegetables or pizza). So no, protein powder alone will not cause you to gain weight or get bulky. If you are eating at or below your calorie maintenance for the day, you will be fine!
If anything protein powder helps you LOSE fat and gain tone, lean muscle!p.s…. this girl (Abbie Burrows) LIFTS WEIGHTS and drinks PROTEIN SHAKES. Does she look like a man? Uhm I think not… She has curves in all the right places thanks to a clean diet, protein and weight lifting!
There’s 26g of protein in a scoop of vega protein powder plus however much is in 8oz or so of soy/almond milk (i would guess around 8g).
If i’ve had a particularly challenging work out or been doing burn-outs i will sometimes have some eggs too but only 2 usually (i think theres about 6g of protein in 1 egg if you eat the yolk too).
I’ll also have a small amount of carbs in a post-workout meal too :)