Every vegetarian should read this

JENNY SUGAR
Last updated 15:30 16/12/2013

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Doctors encourage us to get 10-35% of our daily calories from protein foods - so that's about 46-56 grams of protein a day depending on how much you weigh; how much you exercise; whether you're expecting and more.

Vegetarians need to work harder to get this amount in their day-to-day foods; but it's still very possible. Here's where this visual guide to what 10 grams of the good stuff looks like comes in handy. 

- Popsugar.com.au

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