Animal vs Plant Protein

Vegetarian diets include somewhat less protein than non-vegetarian diets but may fulfil daily protein requirements.

What is Protein?

Protein is vital to our bodies. Protein makes up our bones, muscles, skin, hair, and nails. Proteins also help to build our immune system.

For Building Muscle

Having the right balance of amino acids builds muscles and helps the body recover quickly from post-exercise pain.

Animal-based protein

Chicken, mutton, fish, milk, eggs, etc. are rich sources of protein and are best protein source containing all necessary amino acids.

Plant-based protein

Plant proteins are high in fibre, vitamins, and minerals. A diet high in plant proteins may help us get more fibre and avoid constipation.

Protein needed per Day

The minimum protein requirement is 0.8 gm per kg body weight. So if your weight is 50kg you need a minimum of 40gm protein per day.

Which protein is better?

Experts agree that you should eat both animal and plant protein. Some nutrients are exclusively found in plants or animals.

Which protein helps you lose weight?

Plant protein is often safer and healthier and also considered better for weight loss. Animal meat is high in saturated fat and cholesterol.

Animal Protein Sources

– Fish – Sources a variety of egg-dairy products, such as cheese, milk, and whey – Nonveg foods – chicken, turkey

Vegan Protein Sources

– Grains, beans, and legumes, such as oats and quinoa, seeds and nuts – Some fruits and vegetables, such as avocados, soybeans, tofu

Plant Protein

-No Cholesterol -Natural Fibre Source -Balances PH levels -Packed with Vitamins & Minerals

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