Meat and dairy products are the most common food sources of protein. However, they do not do you much good if you switch to a raw food diet. Fortunately, the number of raw food sources of protein surprise you, and getting enough in your new diet is a snap
Green leafy vegetables.
Sprout bean and seed, possibly the best way to get a rich source of protein on a raw food diet. Lens, garbanzo beans, black beans, mung beans, sunflower seeds are easy to germinate and add almost any raw food recipes.
Eat plenty of green, leafy vegetables such as chard, broccoli, romaine lettuce and spinach, as well as oil-rich fruits like coconut and avocado.
Add nuts to your meals as a wonderful source of protein and healthy fats. Use nuts to make cheese options, desserts, sprinkle on salads or eat as a healthy snack.
Prepare foods with nutritional yeast, a delicious powder with a cheesy flavor somLegg nutritional yeast to salad dressings, stir in raw soups or used as a condiment for your favorite recipes.
Tips and Warnings
Nuts are a good source of protein, but they are also high in fat and can cause stomach problems if eaten in large quantities.