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Are avec protéines végétales vegan?

Avec protéines végétales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is avec protéines végétales?

"Avec protéines végétales" is a French phrase that translates to "with plant-based proteins". This food ingredient has become increasingly popular among health-conscious consumers due to its numerous health benefits. Plant-based protein sources are low in fat and high in fiber, making them an excellent choice for people looking to adopt a healthy lifestyle. They are also highly sustainable and environmentally friendly compared to animal-based protein sources. Foods that contain "avec protéines végétales" include tofu, tempeh, beans, lentils, and chickpeas, all of which offer a wide range of essential nutrients for a balanced diet.

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