6 Proteins to Add to Your Grocery List to Help You Lose Weight, According to Dietitians


Chicken is the most extensively available meat protein for human consumption, per the USDA. Lean, low-fat white flesh chicken is abundant in protein. A 4-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breast offers 32 grams of protein, iron, zinc, choline, and B vitamins. 


Dry, edible seeds of legumes including chickpeas, beans, dry peas, and lentils are called pulses. Pulses are a protein-rich, adaptable plant-based staple. 

Fatty Fish

Although "fatty" may put you off, fish is a healthy protein with many health advantages. Cold-water fatty fish including salmon, tuna, and trout provide heart-healthy omega-3 fats.


Tofu is a versatile soybean protein. "A 3-ounce serving of tofu contains 9 grams of satiety-promoting protein and only 71 calories, making it a great choice for weight management," Berger.


Pistachios and almonds have 6 grams of protein per 1-ounce serving. "Research shows adding pistachios to the diet can contribute to weight loss in the context of a calorie-restricted diet and may contribute additional health benefits such as lowering blood pressure.


Tempeh is created from fermented soybeans and rice mixed into a block. You can get additional protein and bite from tempeh if you don't like tofu. 

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