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Unread 12-31-2008, 02:55 PM
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Hi,
Sorry to say but you are not going to find a whole lot of vegetables that contain an extraneous amount of protein in it. I don't think any vegetable does to be honest. Your best bet is beans, legumes, and nuts. There is a reason why they are categorized as protein with the meat and fish. You can probably find low calorie alternatives to some of these groups in grocery stores.
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About the fish and omega-3 comment, a small can of salmon (7-8oz I think) contains like 2g of omega-3s. Don't understand the bodybuilder fetish of tuna and fish oil caps, fatty fish is protein + omega-3s and way cheaper. The protein alone is no more expensive per gram then that found in lean meats such as chicken.

Oh right, and forgot about the protein and veggies. The highest protein content is in lentils, like 30%.

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