To build a muscular body, you need first-class quality proteinwhich you should, if possible, obtain from as many different sources as possible in order to cover the amino acid spectrum in the best possible way. However, many trainers in this context have the problem that they simply feed themselves to monotonous and therefore only resort to a few sources. To give you plenty of variety on your diet, this article will introduce you to 40 high-protein foods that will help keep your body optimally supplied with protein.

1 - Greek yogurt
Greek yoghurt, which is particularly characterized by its creamy consistency, contains 23 grams Protein per 250 grams of product around twice as much Protein like traditional yoghurts from the supermarket. In addition, this natural yoghurt contains significantly less sugar than sweetened variants from the refrigerated shelves.

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2 - cottage cheese
This popular dairy product contains about 14 grams of protein per 100 grams and is also characterized by a very high proportion of casein, making cottage cheese as an ideal snack before going to bed.

3 - Swiss cheese
In fact, the average Swiss cheese involves around 25 grams Protein on 100 grams of product significantly more Protein as comparable products from other parts of the world. If you want to save calories in the form of fat, you should resort to reduced-fat variants, which still come very close to the original taste.

4 - eggs
A large chicken egg can produce up to 6 grams of high quality Contain protein, making this natural product the optimal nutrient supplier. Not without reason are eggs as a reference in the field of biological value of protein sources.

5 - Low-fat milk
Milk is an excellent and tasty source of protein that will not only make you 8 grams per glass (250ml) Protein, but also comes up with numerous important minerals and trace elements.

6 - Soy milk
Similar to low-fat cow's milk, a glass of soy milk contains up to 8 grams Protein and is therefore the optimal replacement, if you have a problem with the consumption of lactose. Make sure, however, that you reach for the unsweetened variety.

7 - beef steak (upper or lower shell)
With 23 grams of the highest quality Protein, the classic beef steak is an optimal and at the same time tasty building material supplier for your muscles. Steaks from the lean upper or lower shell are also characterized by a relatively low fat content.

8 - ground beef
In contrast to minced pork, the ground beef is not only significantly leaner and tastier, but also has a protein content of just over 18 grams per 100 grams. Anyone who attaches particular importance to taste, should necessarily resort to products that were made from the meat of animals that were fed with grass instead of power food.

9 - pork chops
Pork chops are an excellent source of protein as they are not only lean, but on average 26 grams Protein per serving included.

10 - chicken breast
The classic protein source is undoubtedly the chicken breast, which is up to 24 grams Contains protein per 100 grams and is also approximately fat-free, so it should not be missing on any plate.

11 - turkey breast
Like the chicken breast, the turkey breast also has 24 grams Protein per serving, making the meat a great source of protein. However, as it can get very dry during preparation, you should always have a sauce in the hindquarters.

12 - Yellowfin tuna
Fresh tuna is one of the best sources of protein with 25 grams of protein per 100 grams, which still includes healthy Omega 3 fats as well as essential B vitamins and antioxidants.

13 - halibut
Already 100 grams of halibut contain 23 grams Protein, which makes the white meat of the fish a valuable source of protein. If possible, however, you should resort to Pacific halibut, as the Atlantic halibut is already in serious danger.

14 - octopus
Admittedly octopus is not for everyone, but the protein content of just over 25 grams per 100 grams suggests that it is a rich source of high quality protein.

15 - red salmon
Red salmon is not only a particularly valuable source of building material for your muscles, thanks to its high protein content of 23 grams per serving, but also contains high concentrations of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, which are of great importance to your body.

16 - Tilapia
The tilapia, which is also commonly known as cichlid, is characterized by its solid flesh and also contains a good 21 grams Protein to 100 grams. If possible, however, you should resort to farmed fish and refrain from imports from Asia.

17 - anchovies
Although anchovies are not necessarily the most popular sources of protein, they are one of the richest sources of protein with a protein content of 24 grams per 100 grams.

18 - Corned beef
Of course, corned beef is not exactly everyone's taste, but who is one of the sympathizers of this food benefits from the fact that it is thanks to a protein content of 24 grams is a very high-quality and rich source of protein.

19 - Canned tuna
Canned tuna is one of the classics in the field of bodybuilding, which is ultimately due to the fact that this 22 grams Contains protein per 100 grams. However, make sure that you use tuna in water to save the unnecessary calories of tuna soaked in oil.

20 - chicken meat
In addition to the chicken breast, other parts of the chicken are very popular, which is due to the fact that the protein content is constantly high at around 21 grams and the fat content is generally very low, generally less than 2 grams per 100 grams.

21 - sardines
Although oil sardines may not be tasty to everyone, their protein content of 21 grams per serving makes them ideal for building muscle. In addition, the fish is an excellent supplier of vitamin D, which is of great importance especially for the synthesis of the sex hormone testosterone.

22 - Kidney beans
Kidney beans are not only cheap but also turn out to be an excellent source of protein with a protein content of 9 grams per 100 grams of product. In addition, this type of bean contains a high concentration of digestive bulking agents.

23 - Dried Lentils
Like beans, lentils are among the most protein-rich legumes, so they should be on the diet of any athlete. On average, 100 grams of lentils contain up to 9 grams Protein.

24 - Roast Beef
Roast beef contains up to 18 grams Protein to 100 grams and is also very low in fat, so you can consume this to almost any opportunity to optimally with your body To supply protein.

25 - Canadian bacon
In contrast to the classic bacon, the Canadian bacon contains significantly less fat, which does not change the relatively high protein content of around 15 grams per 100 grams of product.

26 - Chorizo
The Spanish specialty has a protein content of 21 grams per serving and, thanks to its powerful flavor, is ideal for refining various dishes.

27  - Lowfat quark
For many people, the lean quark is not often on the menu, which is probably due to his habituation needy taste. However, it is a fact that lean quark is an excellent feed for effective muscle building. Maturity quark contains a unique combination of numerous important proteins as well as amino acids that complement each other very well. Above all, skimmed quark contains a lot of glutamine.

28 - Grilled turkey breast
This almost fat-free sausage is characterized by a protein content of about 18 grams per serving, so this is in any case a good choice.

29 - Jerky
The more and more fashionable dried meat is almost fat free and is characterized by a protein content of up to 39 grams per 100 grams of product, so that such products emerge as optimal snacks. Due to the high salt content, you should not consume too much of it.

30 - peanut butter
Although the good old peanut butter is much less prestigious than trendy varieties such as almond butter, the high protein content of 4 grams per teaspoon does not change that at all.

31 - nuts
Nuts are on average 6 grams Protein at 100 grams not only an excellent herbal protein supplier, but also serve as a source of many high quality fatty acids.

32 - beans chips
Beans chips are still very rare to find in this country, which should change soon due to the increasing demand. Not least due to the relatively high protein content of 4 grams per serving, the product is particularly interesting for athletes.

33 - Harz cheese
Normal cheese is practically pure fat with tons of calories. This is different, he is more of a fat killer. The sour milk cheese with 0.7 percent fat content gives you sensational 30 grams of high-quality protein per 100 grams and paved the way directly to the washboard stomach. 

34 - tofu
Tofu contains around 12 grams Protein on 100 grams of product, so that the product is quite suitable as a meat substitute.

35 - Edamame
The Japanese beans contain up to 8 grams Protein per serving and can be found in the supermarket mostly in the freezer shelf. Since the legume also contains lots of vitamins and fiber, you should add them to your diet.

36 - peas
While many vegetables hardly Containing protein, peas literally shine with a protein content of 8 grams per 100 grams, making them rightly considered true Egg white bombs apply.

37 - Frozen Greek yogurt
If you are looking for a protein-rich dessert, do not miss the frozen Greek yoghurt, which contains around 12 grams with a portion size of 250 grams Protein.

38 - Wheat seedlings
Wheat seedlings contain up to 18 grams Protein to 100 grams, making it one of the richest vegetable protein sources. To keep wheat seedlings fresh, you should store them in the fridge or freezer.

39 - Sobanoodles
Sobanoodles have a protein content of more than 12 grams per 100 grams of product and thus have a significantly higher protein content than most pasta made from wheat.

40 - quinoa
The quinoa seeds from South America are up to 13 grams Protein per 100 grams is very high in protein and still contains several essential amino acids that are lacking in other vegetable protein sources.

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