Putting the Pro in Protein

Planning a diet takes time and research. When making the decision to change what you put in your body, it’s best to understand what it is and how it can affect your newly minted diet. Everyone knows that protein is the cornerstone of any strong diet. Excellent for filling us up and giving our muscles the nutrient necessary to recover from a hard day’s work, protein can never be replaced. However, before embarking on your dietary journey, you want to ensure that your money travels far. What are some of the best and most cost-effective proteins to plate?

Josh BezoniEggs: Simple, humble, and abundant, Eggs are plentiful in both protein and production. Pacing huge doses of protein, a hard-boiled egg can make for an excellent mid-day snack to fight off those old hungry urges.

Tuna: An amazing source of protein and among the cheapest in this selection, canned Tuna yields nearly 42 grams of protein for just under $1. Whether used in a sandwich or mixed into a light tuna salad, the offerings from such a small source dwarf expectations.

Beans and Lentils: An excellent side-dish for any healthy meal, beans pack an especially substantial helping of protein. With nearly 45 grams of protein per serving, and a healthy dose of fiber to boot makes beans an excellent addition to a healthy meal.

Greek Yogurt: What’s both a delicious snack and good for you in moderation? Greek Yogurt, of course. Roughly breaking down to 21 grams/ dollar’s worth of protein, Greek yogurt is another excellent source of the invaluable Protein.

Above are a few options you have when choosing to start a healthy diet. The above options are not only delicious but happen to be among the cheapest of healthy foods available in the market. For my money, you can’t go wrong with a strong protein and a little extra cash in your pocket. Do you want to read more?