I’m a vegetarian. What can I eat. You know I hear it all the time. People assume that the plant paradox is not for them because they don’t eat meat. Now here’s the thing.
If you’ve read my book you know that every recipe has a vegetarian or vegan friendly option. In fact I eat mostly vegetarian diet myself but I don’t fill up on grains and I don’t get my protein from soy.
Instead I rely on five vegetarian super foods that are plant paradox approved and delicious to the first one is an avocado and it’s one of my favorite foods.
In fact I eat an avocado just about every day. In fact it’s the one fruit you don’t have to eat in moderation. It’s got barely any sugar and the perfect blend of healthy fats and soluble fiber to keep your gut bugs happy and with almost as much protein as an egg.
Avocados for vegetarians?
Avocados do a great job keeping you full. That’s why I tell my patients to start each day with a whole avocado. Second we’ve got leafy greens dark leafy greens like spinach kale and collard greens are among the healthiest foods on the planet.
And believe it or not they’ve got plenty of protein. Think about it some of the biggest most muscular mammals on the planet. Horses and gorillas for example eat vegetarian diets and they’re getting enough protein and nutrients to go about their days.
That’s because they know they can get all the protein they need from leaves and so can you third mushrooms. They’re high in protein as far as vegetables are concerned but that’s not the only reason they’re great for keeping your body fueled up.
A form of indigestible sugar that your gut bugs love and there’s no better way to keep you full happy and comfortable than keeping your gut bugs happy. That’s part of the reason I love corn crumbles as a replacement for meat.
They’re vegetarian made mostly of mushroom roots and have a great meaty texture. Up next nuts. Now not all nuts are created equal. In fact some nuts aren’t nuts at all.
Seeds for vegetarians?
They’re seeds like cashews or legumes like peanuts but walnuts scones pistachios and macadamia nuts are all wonderful for you. They’re packed with good fats are filling and are high in protein.
And studies have even shown that people who eat nuts every day live longer healthier lives than those who don’t. But what about almonds. Their skins contain lecterns. So if you’re eating blanched or more Kona almonds your fine.
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