Where do vegans get their protein?

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Where do vegans get their protein?

If you're a vegan or thinking of going vegan, and you've shared it with ANYONE on the planet, you've most likely been asked the question "Where do you get your protein?" It would seem the appropriate question to ask someone who doesn't consume animals. And rightfully so, given what most of us were taught to believe.

Most of us have been told throughout our lives that the only way to get enough protein in our diet is by eating animals and their byproducts, but we now know that isn't true. If you're a vegan or vegetarian and eating sensibly, you will consume your fair share of protein.

Knowing where to find plant-based protein is the first step in ensuring you get enough in your diet, so we've created a list to help you do just that. Feel free to share it with anyone concerned about your protein intake.

Eating various foods listed below will help you get the right amount of protein your body needs for good health. In addition, the links below take you to Amazon, where you can shop for products if you're inclined.

After reading the list above, if you still feel you might not be consuming enough protein-rich foods, there are many plant-based protein powders available at your local health food store or on Amazon

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