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Today is the day to debunk the terrible myth that people who don't eat animal products don't get enough protein.

Proteins play an important role in the growth and maintenance of our body, but it is not necessary to consume a large amount to be healthy.The daily consumption of proteins varies according to each person, the important thing is to choose the foods where to obtain them and how to prepare them to make the most of them.

According to a report by the World Health Organization, the common population consumes much more protein than is recommended,which can lead to health problems, such as obesity, diabetes, some types of cancer, and heart problems.

It's not uncommon to hear that plant-based foods lack quality protein, but  this is not true. Proteins are molecules made up of amino acids. There are several types of them and they can be combined to create different proteins.With a plant-based diet that provides enough protein from different sources, our body will get all the essential amino acids it needs.

In fact, several plant foods have essential amino acid ratios similar to animal protein, such as soybeans, kidney beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, quinoa, peanuts, and cashews.

As you can see in the image, some vegetables can be higher in protein than animal products.


Here we leave you three recipes rich in protein and 100% vegetables!

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