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Nutrition / FoodVegetarian diet with “protein from plants”

Vegetarian diet with “protein from plants”

Protein is an essential nutrient needed by the body. help in growth tissue repair and strengthening the functioning of the immune system


during the Vegetarian Festival to abstain from eating meat and all kinds of animal products Many people may not get enough protein to meet their needs. which the body of a healthy adult You should get at least 0.8 to 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight every day.


The BDMS Wellness Clinic would like to recommend a variety of plant-based protein sources. because in addition to reducing monotony It also increases the variety of nutrients, vitamins and minerals as well.



Plant-based protein sources  (per 100 grams)
  1. 20.3 g of tempeh
  2. 17.3 g of firm tofu
  3. Soy milk, 1 cup (240 ml) 6.2 g
  4. Edamame 11.9 g.
  5. Peanuts 28 grams
  6. 22.5 g of red beans
  7. Black beans 21.6 g
  8. Chickpeas 20.5 g.
  9. Cashew nuts 18.2 g.
  10. 21 g pumpkin seeds


These plant-based protein sources It’s a healthy choice. Not only for those who are vegetarians only It is also a good source of protein for those who want to cut down on their meat intake. for health benefits Because there is scientific research that helps control blood sugar and fat levels. Reduce the risk of chronic non-communicable diseases (non-communicable diseases or NCDs)


Best wishes from BDMS Wellness Clinic​
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  1. Qian F, Liu G, Hu F, Bhupathiraju S, Sun Q. Association Between Plant-Based Dietary Patterns and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes. JAMA Internal Medicine. 2019;179(10):1335.
  2. US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. FoodData Central, 2019. fdc.nal.usda.gov.

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