6 Surprising Foods Bursting with Plant Protein (1/7)

Not a fan of chicken, eggs, steak or salmon? Here are 6 surprising foods high in plant protein

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What to eat for plant protein

If you’re a vegetarian, or seldom eat meat, eggs, milk or poultry, your diet may be lacking in protein. Without sufficient amounts, your body may have trouble repairing, and making new cells. The good news is that you don’t have to rely on animal products for your protein needs. Instead, try these foods high in plant protein.

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