Chicken and Turkey
Chicken and turkey are the rich sources of protein. Eat them skinless in order to avoid the unhealthy saturated fats in their skin. The white meat of turkey and chicken are one among the powerhouses of protein.
Image Courtesy: igorot1275.tripod.com
Eggs – especially white portion
Fourth on the list of rich sources of protein are eggs. The white portion, known as albumen, is pure protein. So, if you are fat conscious, simply discard the yellow portion (yolk). One normal egg white contains 4g of protein.
Image Courtesy: everythingeggs.ca
Milk and Yogurt
Milk and Yogurt have high amount of protein. 1 cup skim milk contains 8g protein, cup of soymilk has 8g protein and 6 ounces of Greek yogurt contain 18 grams of protein.
Image Courtesy: sciencedaily.com
Protein Bars and Shakes
The only reason why Protein Bars and Shakes are listed last in this list is because they are not actually food, but dietary supplements. However, they are one among the easiest ways to meet the body’s protein requirement. You can easily find them at any store and they do not taste that bad.
Image Courtesy: beagamecharacter.com