Nuts and Plant Protein

Posted on12/01/2021
Nuts generally have the highest total protein content among common sources of plantprotein, including grains, legumes and soy. Most tree nuts provide 3-6g of protein per 30g handful – or around 10-20g of protein per 100g. Some seeds are also particularly rich in plant-based protein.

Nuts offer equivalent or higher levels of a wide range of nutrients and bioactives, including healthy unsaturated fats, phosphorous, copper, manganese and melatonin, compared with other sources of plant protein.

Chart Credit & Source: Nuts for Life https://www.nutsforlife.com.au/resource/plant-and-nut-protein-and-health/
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