The meat and dairy industry do not like this fact, but.. there are many ways to get plenty of protein in your diet as a Vegan. Meeting your daily needs is easy and in-fact even excessive protein intake goals are very feasible as well.
I've listed some examples of great and healthy Vegan protein sources;
-Soy products including Tofu and Tempeh
-Vegan protein powders such as soy, pea, brown rice..
and many more..
Tips to get more protein in your diet
- Include good protein sources in every meal.
-Supplement with vegan protein powders if you need extra protein
-High protein snacks are useful such as nuts
-Make sure you're getting enough calories in the day, to help you to get enough protein
-Sprinkle seeds or nutritional yeast on top of meals.
Your protein needs will differ depending on many factors, including your age, goals and activity levels. Vegan proteins are generally high in fibre, vitamins and minerals and typically low in problem areas such as saturated fats and cholesterol.
Vegan proteins are also much better for the environment than animal proteins, using up less land and water and fewer CO2 emissions. It is also the kinder choice, causing less harm to animals.