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‘Foods That Pack a Protein Punch’ Infographic Sources

All information included in the “Foods That Pack a Protein Punch” infographic were obtained from the following sources:

How Much Protein Do You Really Need? 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Protein,” 4 Oct. 2012. 

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, “The Protein Myth,” 25 Jun. 2013.

Healthy Sources of Protein

Reed Mangels, “Protein in the Vegan Diet,” The Vegetarian Resource Group, 25 Jun. 2013.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, “Tips for Vegetarians,” 25 Jun. 2013.

The Match-Ups

Bush Brothers & Company, “Black Beans,” 25 Jun. 2013.

NutritionData.com, “Egg,” 25 Jun. 2013. 

Lightlife, “Smart Dogs®,” 25 Jun. 2013.

Kraft, “Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs,” 25 Jun. 2013.

Boca, “Chik’n,” 25 Jun. 2013. 

McDonald’s, “Chicken McNuggets,” 25 Jun. 2013.

Why Plant Protein Is Best

NutritionData.com, “Beef,” 25 Jun. 2013. 

NutritionData.com, “Chicken,” 25 Jun. 2013. 

NutritionData.com, “Mori-Nu,” 25 Jun. 2013.

The Trouble With Too Much Protein

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, “The Protein Myth,” 25 Jun. 2013. 

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