Plant Based Proteins

This course does not include certification. For assessment and certification, please consider purchasing the appropriate course separately

Instructor: FICSILanguage: English

About the course

Vegetarians must be concerned whether their vegan diet contains enough protein. However, thanks to the growing industry of Plant-Based Protein, which is a good way to obtain protein from plant sources, you no longer need to worry.

Legumes, nuts, seeds, and grains can all be sources of these plant-based proteins. So, this sounds like such a great alternative for people who eat a vegan or vegetarian diet and who also want to consume fewer animal products while taking environmental, ethical, and health considerations into account. follow a vegetarian or vegan diet and also who wants to reduce their animal product’s consumption by considering health, ethical, and environmental aspects. Thus, these plant-based proteins are highly nutritious by providing essential amino acids and other micro-nutrients like fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Because they contain all nine essential amino acids as well as other micronutrients like fiber, vitamins, and minerals, these plant-based proteins are very nutrient-dense. However, keep in mind that not all plant-based proteins are complete i.e., they don’t always contain all of the essential amino acids.



Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understanding the function of Plant-Based-Protein
  2. Understanding which raw materials and tools should be used
  3. Comprehending how products with plant-based-proteins are made
  4. A future-oriented understanding of the value of plant-based protein in Indi

Conclusion: They are a great option for our Indian vegan and vegetarian population and are healthier, less expensive, more environmentally friendly, and less cruel to animals.


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