Protein in Spinach

So far, spinach are rich in fiber, vitamins, beta carotene, and iron, but it also has a high protein content in the leaves and seeds. Every 100 grams of spinach contains 3.5 g protein, 0.5 g fat, 6.5 g carbohydrates, 267 g calcium, 3.9 mg iron, and fiber 0.8 g. Per calorie, spinach does have more protein than ground beef. Percentage-wise, spinach is 30% protein while ground beef is 40% protein (and 60% fat).

Amino acid contained in Protein Spinach that is essential for brain formation. So, when seen from the composition of the protein, spinach is good for consumption by children. Iron content in spinach is relatively higher than other leaf vegetables (iron is a constituent of cytochrome, a protein involved in photosynthesis) that are useful for people with anemia. Another mentioned the fact that the spinach protein tends to reduce cholesterol and other fatty deposits in blood vessels so as to prevent a heart attack or stroke. Other Spinach Health Benefits, The content of folic acid in spinach are also able to protect heart muscle from increased levels of glucose, soluble and contain B9. This vitamin is usually a useful supplement for women that contain to protect babies from defects in the nerve.

There are many protein-rich, raw vegan foods that you can eat to get protein. I recommend a high quality hemp or rice protein powder, but do track your nutrients and try to get as much of your protein from raw, vegan sources as you can.