Even if you are not an athlete, the inclusion of plant based protein in your diet is an absolute must. Not only to proteins help in giving you energy, but they also help tremendously with muscle repair and rebuilding. So, if you want to ensure that you maintain a healthy lifestyle, you should indeed include one of these or may be all of these source of plant based protein in to your diet.

A few of them are:

These seeds are like grain and they are a great source of proteins and can serve as your alternatives to pasta or rice and can be eaten well with green vegetables. It can also be spread in your veg burger and can be eaten as a healthy breakfast cereal too. Couple it with a healthy serving of coconuts, almonds, berries and milk and you will be ready to face a great da ahead.

These are not only easy to make but they are super delicious and extremely nutritious as well.

This is a soyabean-based food that is fermented. Tofu is non fermented, and this serves as an alternative to it. You can eat it as part of your veg burger or use it in your meatball instead of the meat; you could also couple it with some healthy green vegetables and brown rice.

This is a product that can be substituted for all soy products, fish and meat, and it can supply up to 25% of protein that your body require. However, those who have gluten sensitivities should stay away from it.

Beans (Pinto, Mung, Kidney and Black)
Beans are indeed great. They can be had in so many different ways. You can spread them on your burritos, add them to your soups, salads, chilli or even have it with a helping of rice and green veggies.

Touted as being a superfood, siprulina is an algae and excellent source of protein and essential amino acids.

So, if you are indeed looking for ways to include plant based protein in to your diet, you should go head and speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and start looking at life anew for good health. You should also try and get in touch with a homeopath and work towards finding herbal remedies for good health.