It’s all about high protein foods when it comes to fitness now, but are you getting enough? Protein is an essential part of a balanced diet and vital for growing and repairing cells. Many get the recommended daily intake (46g for women, 56g for men) from red meat, which is also rich in iron and vitamin B12. But what are the alternative sources of protein, if you’re trying to cut down on meat or eat a more plant-based diet?
The good news is that there are a lot of protein-rich alternatives out there to experiment with and we’ve got 10 of them for you to try.