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Are protéine végétales vegan?

Protéine végétales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéine végétales?

"Protéines végétales" is a term that refers to a variety of plant-based sources of protein that can be used in cooking and meal preparation. These sources include legumes such as lentils, chickpeas, and beans, as well as nuts, seeds, and certain grains like quinoa. Unlike animal-based proteins, which can be high in saturated fats and cholesterol, plant-based proteins are generally low in fat and offer a range of essential nutrients, including fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Adding "protéines végétales" to your diet can be an excellent way to increase your protein intake while promoting a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle.

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