Protein Rich Foods and
High Quality Protein Sources

Protein rich foods should come from high quality complete protein sources. 

Consuming foods that have complete proteins is what your body needs to build and repair itself. 

Essential proteins will be found abundantly in wild caught seafood and in protein rich foods from the animal kingdom.

Plant based foods contain a few of the essential proteins, but in general are not considered complete proteins. 

However, there are a few exceptions of plant based foods that will qualify.

Benefits of Protein are to supply the building blocks called amino acids. 

Amino acids are needed by your body to make proteins necessary for the growth and maintenance of your body tissues.

Learn about what happens to protein when you coagulate them and how that may contribute to becoming deficient in protein.

Find out if you are getting enough protein to meet your daily needs.  And if you have symptoms of a protein deficiency.

Protein Rich Foods

Bison Buffalo Meat is a sweet tasting red meat in spite of its intimidating appearance and it's a complete protein. 

100% grass fed bison is very high in vitamin B12, iron, and a special fatty acid called CLA.

Wild Caught Salmon is a very healthy complete protein that comes with a high amount of Omega 3 fatty acids. 

Wild caught salmon is especially high in Vitamin D.

Protein in Eggs are a very digestible complete protein. 

The protein in eggs are easier to digest and break down than many other protein foods.

Raw eggs digest in about 20 minutes!

Healthy Protein is made from at least 20 different amino acids.

And these amino acids are linked together in various combinations.

The different types of proteins that can be made from these 20 or so amino acids is almost limitless. 

Best types of protein rich foods are pasture raised and grass fed animal foods along with fresh wild caught seafood.

Complete Protein Foods contain all 9 of the essential amino acids needed by adults and one more for infants, growing children, and special circumstances. 

Complete proteins must be supplied by your diet every day!

Low Protein Food includes plant based foods such as legumes, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains that are not complete proteins. 

Low protein foods will include the complete proteins that are improperly combined.

Are these Protein Rich Foods?

Healthy Unhealthy Foods is about one of the most controversial plant foods that's also a complete protein. 

Learn about the major concerns associated with eating soybeans. 

Which includes phytic acid, trypsin inhibitors, oxalic acid, and many more.

Spirulina Protein is being touted as one of the most digestible proteins on the planet.

Many say this beautiful blue green colored algae is a powerful super food because the protein content of spirulina is a whopping 60 to 70%.

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