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Over the last decade the number of people who gave up meat in their menus has increased significantly. This is quite a change for our body, which should be provided with an adequate dose of protein in the form of plant-based substitutes. Diet catering meets the expectations of novices in the subject of vegetarianism. It is a great way to implement such changes in your diet!
Let's talk a bit about the animal protein substitute that is plant protein. Plant protein is a protein that does not contain fatty acids, fiber, etc. It is a less digestible substitute, but it does not provide saturated fats, moreover, it is also a great source of fibre, vitamins and minerals. So in what products to look for plant protein?
SUGAR - is a source of easily assimilable protein. It contains B vitamins, minerals such as potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium and fiber. Lentils cook from 10 minutes to an hour, depending on the variety. For the impatient we recommend red. It has a mild flavor, skillfully prepared can replace the taste of meat.
BEANS - there are nearly 400 species of beans around the world! In Poland, the popular variety is black, red and white. What's interesting it has approximately 22% of protein, that is 10% more than meat itself! Beans are an excellent source of mineral substances - potassium, calcium, phosphorus and vitamins of B group.
SOY - among vegetarians and vegans is the most popular source of protein. It is from soybeans that tofu is prepared, created in the process of coagulation of soy milk. Depending on the processing, we can obtain many varieties - natural, smoked or marinated. Soybean curd is rich in protein, unsaturated fatty acids, minerals, salts of iron, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, B vitamins, choline and vitamin E. The list is truly impressive!
Almonds - these inconspicuous nuts contain as much as 12% of easily digestible protein. They are also a source of nutrients such as manganese, magnesium, copper and calcium.
SESAME - did you know that this is probably the first plant from which oil was obtained? Sesame is an ideal source of unsaturated fatty acids, amino acids and minerals.
QUINOA - called "the gold of the Incas" is a source of complete protein and mineral salts.
AMARANTHUS - commonly known as the cereal of the 21st century. The reason? In terms of the amount of nutrients its seeds surpass even wheat! Amaranth is a source of protein, minerals, B vitamins and vitamin A, E and C.
SEAWEED - still underestimated in our latitude, a little more popular in the cuisines of traditional inhabitants of water regions. Seaweeds are a mine of wholesome protein (70%!), minerals and other elements.
Now that we have mastered the theory, it is time for practice. If we are on a vegetarian or vegan diet, we should skillfully combine protein products to increase its assimilability and have a balanced diet. It is through a varied menu that we can provide the body with essential vitamins and minerals.
Cereal products should be combined with leguminous plants e.g. groats with beans, pasta with lentils. Vegetables should be supplemented with sesame, nuts, millet groats or rice. An exception is quinoa and soya, these are complete sources of plant protein, so there is no need to mix these products with others.
The decision to change your diet, always creates confusion. What products to choose? How to combine different ingredients? To avoid disappointment with the results and not get discouraged at the very beginning, it is worth using the services of diet catering. In the Fit King offer you can also find a vegetarian diet, where a dietician will combine the ingredients for you.
The boxed diet will save you time spent on menu preparation, shopping and cooking. It is also a great start of the adventure with healthy eating, which can involve the whole family.
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