Nutritionists have found 35 ways to sneak more protein into their diets.

Take a break from American yoghurt and let Greek yoghurt take the stage.. As Tracy Lesht, RD, a nutritionist, puts it: "Protein-packed and easy to eat on the go, it's a great option for those on the go.

Greek yoghurt is an excellent addition.

What's the best way to ensure that you're getting enough protein? Every time you set the table, remember to include that vital nutrient in your menu.

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Because they can be added to many different dishes or eaten as a snack, nuts like almonds or walnuts are a great source of protein.

Keep a supply of nuts on hand at all times.

When your vegan friends talk about how much they enjoy creating culinary concoctions from good ol' simple beans, you know they're onto something.

Add beans to anything

Adding legumes like garbanzo beans and white and red lentils to salads, soup, and pasta is a great way to get more protein into your diet, according to Lesht.

Add beans to anything

"Because it contains all nine of the body's essential amino acids, quinoa is considered a complete protein. You can get a good 8 grammes of protein per cup of the seed, which most people mistake for grain.

Over rice and pasta, opt for quinoa.

Other ancient grains, such as amaranth and teff, which are packed with protein, can be used on days when you're not swapping quinoa for pasta.

Try a few ancient grains.

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