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17 Protein-Packed Vegetables You Need To Eat To Boost Your Health

The Human Collective
Published on 14 Sep 2022 / In Health

Trying to up your protein intake on a plant-based diet? Or maybe you're just trying to eat more vegetables? The good news is you don't have to depend upon animal sources to get your daily protein fix.

In today's video, we'll talk about 17 vegetables ranked by protein content. Are hubbard squash and spinach reliable sources of protein? What about asparagus? We'll talk about all of that AND more...

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Intro - 0:00
1. Green Peas - 00:23
2. Russet Potato - 01:03
3. Collard Greens - 01:22
4. Hubbard Squash - 01:44
5. Spinach - 02:15
6. Asparagus - 02:40
7. Corn - 03:00
8. Sweet Potato - 03:35
9. Brussels Sprouts - 03:59
10. Mushrooms - 04:18
11. Broccoli - 04:38
12. Beet Greens - 05:33
13. Broccoli Rabe (rob) - 05:52
14. Avocado - 06:13
15. Cauliflower - 06:34
16. Zucchini - 06:56
17. Kale - 07:18


1. Green Peas
With just one cup of green peas, you can get over 8 grams of protein.

2. Russet Potato
Just one large baked potato, with skin included, can give you as much as 8 grams of protein.

3. Collard Greens
With one cup of collard greens, you can get over 5 grams of protein.

4. Hubbard Squash
When you eat one cup of cooked Hubbard squash, you get as much as 5 grams of protein.

5. Spinach
If you eat one cup of cooked spinach, you get just over 5 grams of protein.

6. Asparagus
One cup of asparagus can give you over 4 grams of protein at the cost of just 32 calories.

7. Corn
If you eat one cup of corn, you can get a little over 4 grams of protein, and the same amount of fiber.

8. Sweet Potato
Sweet potatoes, when baked with the skin, can give you over 4 grams of protein.

9. Brussels Sprouts
One cup of Brussels sprouts after being cooked will give you under 4 grams of protein.

10. Mushrooms
One cup of grilled portabella mushrooms can give you under 4 grams of protein.

11. Broccoli
When you eat one cup of broccoli, you get a little less than 4 grams of protein.

12. Beet Greens
When you eat one cup of sautéed beet greens, you get a little under 4 grams of protein.

13. Broccoli Rabe (rob)
Never heard of it? Well, it could really improve your health.

14. Avocado
Avocado has become a very popular superfood because of all the nutrients it provides.

15. Cauliflower
One cup of cauliflower can give you a little over 2 grams of protein.

16. Zucchini
If you eat one cup of sliced and cooked zucchini, it can give you over 2 grams of protein.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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