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Blog: Five great proteins to include in your diet.

Protein is super important to help keep us going and it feeds so many parts of our bodies like organs, muscles, skin, hormones and pretty much everything that matters. We should be eating high-quality protein at every meal because a diet high in protein also lowers blood pressure, fights diabetes and much more.


Eggs are important for our health as they are a very good source of high quality protein. Whole eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet, containing a little bit of almost every nutrient you need. Eggs are loaded with , minerals, healthy fats, vitamins and brain nutrients that most of us don't get enough of. 1 large egg has 6 grams of protein, with 78 calories.


Almonds are loaded with important nutrients, including  vitamin E which is linked to numerous health benefits, fibre and manganese. They are also high antioxidants that can protect our cells from oxidative damage which is a major contributor to ageing and disease. They are also used to produce almond milk, flour, butter and oil.

Chicken breast

Chicken breast is a popular with fitness enthusiasts as its one of the most popular protein-rich foods. The benefit of high-protein food is it can help achieve fitness and health goals like building up muscle and losing fat. Even though the skin is delicious, if you can go without it then you will mainly be consuming protein.


Oats are among the most popular grain food as they are so healthy and delicious. Not only are they gluten free but they are packed with all the good stuff like vitamins, minerals and fibre and antioxidants. Studies have shown oats have many health benefits which include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese is a low calorie mild flavour cheese which is popular in a lot of different dishes. Cottage cheese is an excellent source of protein with relatively few calories. It is also packed with many nutrients like B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and selenium.


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