These foods are having rich protein

Eggs are a popular protein that go well with stir fry, salad, casseroles, & toast. 

One big egg has 6 grammes of protein, 13 vitamins & minerals, including brain-healthy choline & vitamin D. 

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans no longer advocate avoiding eggs due to cholesterol. 

Dietitian Cara Harbstreet, M.S., R.D., L.D., loves eggs. They're cheap, easy to find, & can bulk up any meal. 

Research shows eating a variety of proteins is healthy. Humans can manufacture some amino acids needed to form proteins. 

Harbstreet says we must get vital amino acids from our foods. Eating a range of plant- & animal-based foods ensures you get enough protein & amino acids. 

While it's tempting to eat eggs every day (#brunch), there are many more protein-rich foods to try. 

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