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Dinash Lal Apr 29
Brown rice spinich lettuce kali urad dal (black urad lentils) toor dal dal (pigeon pea lentils). Fat 10g Carbs 60g Protein 20g
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Dinash Lal Apr 19
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Ashtabula County WIC May 28
Did you know that veggies have protein too! Asparagus have 4.3g of protein in 1 cup. You can also buy asparagus with your WIC benefits. You can Grill, Steam, or roast them.
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o'natural 11 Jan 18
is easier when you’re prepped. Because it means you can sleep a bit later! Yeeah! 😃
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Kariann Gallegos Jul 3
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Village Vegan 15 Apr 18
These combos are all it takes to get the amino acids you need to make new proteins in your body. Cut the excuses and cut out meat this ! (Click the graphic below for an expanded view.)
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Reducetarian 5 Apr 18
Many plant-based foods are packed with protein. They’re also rich in nutrients and fiber. Learn more about at: .
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Good Karma Foods 8 May 18
You got this!! Grab Good Karma's (10oz has 10G!!) on your way out the door to support any of your fitness goals! 💪🏋️🚴
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Nick Kidawski Feb 20
Did you know...? PLANT-BASED PROTEIN IS THE SAME QUALITY AS MEAT PROTEIN. Yet it doesn’t carry the added health risks of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cancer. Learn more about at .
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Sarah ❀Ⓛⓞⓥⓔ❀ Ⓥ ☮ Jun 2
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o'natural 12 Jan 18
Need endorphins and slow-release-energy to up your mood for the back-to-work scenario? We know we do!
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Alicia Rockwell Apr 19
Powering up this morning with and almond pancakes and creamy coffee!
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Heart&TrotterButcher Aug 6
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Mary-Jo Sawyer, RD 8 May 18
Are you surprised has protein? 4.3 grams per 1 cup cooked!
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Ashtabula County WIC May 21
"But where will I get my protein?" is one of our most common questions when we recommend people go . The answer to that question and more can be found in the new package! Or call the WIC office.
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Jackie Newgent 9 Apr 18
Pump up your plant protein! Sprinkle on salads. Plop into pilafs & soups. Puree into marinara. Make hummus. Mash to make veggie burger patties. Season/bake into crunchy snack. Blend into dessert batter. Visit .
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Sarah ❀Ⓛⓞⓥⓔ❀ Ⓥ ☮ 28 Apr 18
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Karen Asp 24 Apr 18
Can you really get a full day’s protein without eating meat? Yes! Most Americans eat 1.5x more protein than they need (most from animals) + plants provide all you need, which is why created campaign. Find resources here:
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SMC Sports Medicine Sep 24
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Meatless Monday May 14
When it comes to plant protein, it’s hard to beat tofu. This nutritional powerhouse has 11 g of protein per half cup, making it an excellent substitution for meat on or any day of the week. Find other great sources for :
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