by Christine Hunt

This is one of the best charts of vegetables and their protein content I’ve found.  It contains a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and beans and their protein content per portion.  Beans and rice make a complete protein so incorporating these together is the same as a serving of meat.  Although meats contain more protein per comparable serving of some plants, they don’t provide the vitamins, minerals, fiber and anti-inflammatory benefits that plants do.  Getting protein from plants has more benefits per meal than those that are meat based which is a good reason to include more of them in your meals.

To your health!


Plant protein chart
Use this reference chart to help you combine various foods to meet your daily protein needs.

Christine Hunt

An experienced Wellness Coach, Certified EFT and Certified Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, Christine Hunt gets results for her clients that conventional therapies cannot. She takes the whole person approach when working with her clients to help them lose weight, get relief from chronic illness & pain, trauma/PTSD and addictions of all kinds. She has been a Certified Practitioner since 2013 and has done hundreds of sessions helping her clients to uncover and remove the obstacles to their problems with weight, illness, pain, addictions, traumas, relationships, grief/loss and financial security opening doors to their personal fulfillment and happiness. Contact her for a free, 15 minute consultation to learn why what she does works when other methods have failed. Christine works with her clients in person, by Skype or phone.  So, if you live away from the Annapolis, Maryland area, she can still work with you.