Ways to Sneak More Protein in your Diet

Trying to cut calories or eat healthier? Whatever the reason is, protein is the only amino acid you’ll want to be consuming. Protein makes your bones stronger, and it helps kids grow. Besides that, your body will start losing weight and your blood pressure might be lower if protein is consumed more. Here are some ways to sneak protein into your diet!

Fruits Rich in Protein 

If bananas are part of your diet, you’re consuming protein! Bananas contain 1.1 grams of protein. They’re delicious and they can be mixed into anything from breakfast to dessert. Another fruit you may already have in your diet are avocados; they contain two grams of protein and they can also be eaten during any time. Don’t let anything stop you from eating your favorite avocado toast. Other fruits that contain protein are kiwis, apricots and oranges among others!


Opt out of rice and prepare some quinoa instead. It’s gluten free, and it provides multiple vitamins and minerals besides protein. It contains 4.4 grams of protein and it can be eaten dry or cooked. You can mix it in a vegetable salad, or as an alternative to rice and mix it with broccoli or mushrooms!  

Milk-Based Foods 

Milk itself isn’t only high in calcium, but also in protein. One glass of whole milk has eight grams of protein. Other foods like cottage cheese are low in fat and contain 28 grams of protein. Greek yogurt is also a great option if you’re looking to consume more protein, is a great addition to any diet as it has many nutrients and contains 17 grams of protein. 


Yes, some seafood is extremely high in protein. Any type of fish is a great source of this great amino acid. Salmon, for example, contains 22% protein and it also has extra nutrients that your body can benefit from! Tuna is another fish that you can gain protein from, you can eat it canned or cooked. 

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