The Benefits of Soy Protein and How to Add it to Your Diet

The Benefits of Soy Protein and How to Add it to Your Diet

Soy Protein

As a vegetarian, one question I get asked a lot is where I get my protein from. People seem very concerned about my protein level for some reason. Maybe that is because they know that protein is vital to good health. But they can sit back and relax because there are many nutritious vegetarian protein sources. One good vegetarian protein source is soy protein. Lucky for me (and you) there are many delicious soy protein options available and they are easy to add to your diet.

My kids love many of the soy protein sources I eat regularly, especially Morningstar Farms‘ Grillers Prime veggie burgers. They actually cheer when I serve them (and yes, they do eat beef hamburgers as well). That makes me feel great  because I know that I am filling their bellies with a good protein source without a ton of fat and cholesterol.

Which brings me to my favorite way to add soy protein to my family’s menu: vegetarian biscuits and gravy. It is simply delicious and a great way to get one of my favorite comfort foods without grease and meat. Yum. Trust me on this. You can add soy protein to your menu by substituting Morningstar Farms® Meal Starters Grillers® Recipe Crumbles™, veggie burgers, soy breakfast sausage, etc. into your regular meals.

Vegetarian biscuits and gravy

We also recently tried the Nogii Kids Chocolate Chip bar that you see below. This bar is no candy bar. It is gluten free, nut free, contains no high fructose corn syrup, and has 490mg of Omegas! 

Soy Protein

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Soy Protein

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About Janice

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Comments

  1. Mommy Pamela says:

    I have eaten those soy bars and they are pretty good. I also am open to vegetarian meals and think I might try your version of the biscuits and gravy. Thanks for the great ideas once again.

  2. Debra Wagner says:

    I really need to try this…i need it, I know!

  3. I eat some soy, but mostly because I am lactose intolerant so I eat it in place of dairy. I do sometimes order soy foods instead of meat at Asian restaurants though because they prepare it so deliciously!

  4. I eat soy protein. I like the healthy alternative.

  5. Kyl Neusch says:

    dont eat soy protein

  6. Tom Lester says:

    I have eaten soy protein and it’s great for you!

  7. Rebecca Peters says:

    I do every once in awhile
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  8. Karrie Millheim says:

    Yes, I have just started eating soy protein. I am adapting to a better eating lifestyle

  9. Laurie Emerson says:

    I eat soy protein and love soy protein bars for snacking. I have really started to eat healthier this year.

  10. Brittney House says:

    This would be an awesome afternoon snack.

  11. susan smoaks says:

    yes i eat soy protein, i love it

  12. Yes, we eat it on occasion.

  13. I love veggie burgers and eat them all of the time, as does my husband. He is not a vegetarian but he mostly is since I make most of his meals for him.

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