Don’t really want to rely on protein powder to give you the protein your body needs to perform?!
This website has a index of some popular protein sources and their average protein content.
This website has a index of grains and their protein source per carbohydrate they offer. (This is important since usually we track our carb intake to maximize results in the gym so this is a really good source)
This website has 7 protein filled vegetables listed (it forgets to mention brussels sprouts, which contain the same protein as broccoli) If protein is where you are lacking I would say add egg whites to your normal average breakfast routine. If you are already eating a whole ton of eggs, add in some protein filled veggies to your omelet.
Vegan? Not a problem, the first two links
(and the first one too as long as you ignore the first two bullets) will still provide you with some protein information. But if you don’t want to look there, check out here. It maps out what a days meal for what protein you want would look like, it also indexes all of the foods nutritional value outside of just protein.
Protein Powders: If you are okay with Protein Powder but want it to be as natural as possible, brands like RAW , Growing Naturals, Vibrant Health, Vega, Perfect Fit by Tone It Up & a whole bunch more all provide fairly natural and organic products that help with protein consumption!
Photo used is not mine — recipe is mine.
1/4 C Almond Flour
1/4 C Coconut Flour
1/2 C & 2 TBS Coconut Shavings
3 TBS Chia Powder
1/2 C Flaxseed Meal
1 Tbs PureGreen Protein Vanilla (or vanilla extract, but I didn’t have any)
1/3 C PB2 (or 1/3C any nut butter)
1/3 C Agave Nectar (or honey)
3 Tbs Water
2 Tbs Almond Milk
1/4 C Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
Mix all the ingredients together and put them in the fridge for 30ish minutes. Then Roll them into little balls! (makes ~16)