Never Go Hungry Again, 3 Foods That Will Fill You Up...On A Budget

Published: 21st November 2009
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There are numerous different kinds of foods that you should eat regularly. Especially in the protein department. I really only thought protein came in fatty meats.

But, as it turns out, I was wrong. There are hundreds of protein sources out there that you can eat that are high protein and low fat.

So, I decided to write about some different kinds of protein that many people overlook when it comes to eating protein.

Protein Source #1 Almonds

I recognize that some of you think that almonds are not a super duper protein source,however, I figured I would make an exception because almonds really are special.

While almonds have fat in them but, the kind of fat that they contain is healthy for you. This is why I made a special exception. They contain Omega-3 fats, which are great for your health.

Basically, almonds have more protein than en egg does in one serving (1/4 cup). This means that almonds are a great snack. You can eat many and get your protein fast.

#2 Tuna

Seafood wise, tuna is where it is at for protein. Here's why. Tuna is one of those foods that sneaks up under your radar, because the amount of protein in it is amazing when compared to the size of the package it comes in, Tuna has a 27 grams of protein in one single serving.

This is why people love eating those small packages. Tuna is filled to the brim with protein.

This is why why tuna is a favorite by healthy people all around the world. You can hardly find another source of food with so much protein, and so little fat.

#3 Lentils

Some of you may be thinking at this point something else for lentils but eating meat as your sole source of protein gets boring and it's not always practical, so I tried to make this list as diverse as possible.

Lentils are an excellent source of protein. Lentils have about 18 grams of protein in one cup. Plus lentils have a ton of dietary fiber. which does wonders for your digestive system.

Also if you have a cholesterol problem lentils will help with that too.

Now, you won't have to just cook with meat for your protein after reading this list of protein packed foods. There are a lot different sources of protein, but hopefully I helped you figured out some other sources of protein you can eat with this article

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