Peanut butter (2 tbsp.)Via ThinkstockOne eggVia ThinkstockCan of tunaVia amzn.toTofu (1/4 package)Via nasoya.comGreek yogurt (7 oz./one container)Via boredpanda.comSwiss cheese (3 slices)Via ThinkstockOne cup of milkVia ThinkstockHamburger pattyVia ThinkstockGrilled chicken breast (3 oz./the size of a deck of cards)Via ThinkstockOne cup of black beansVia amzn.toOne cup of cottage cheeseVia ThinkstockOne scoop of protein powderVia Thinkstock
Can You Guess Which Food Has A Ton Of Protein?
There's 7g of protein in two tablespoons of peanut butter. So it's not the highest-protein food here.
This large egg has about 6g of protein. It's not the highest-protein food here.
This can of tuna has about 40g of protein. OMFG that's so much protein!
About 3.5 ounces of tofu (about a quarter of a package) has about 9g of protein. So, nah, not the most protein here.
This 7oz. container of Greek yogurt has 18g of protein, which means it's not the highest-protein food here.
Swiss cheese has about 8g of protein per slice, which means these three slices have about 24g of protein total. Delicious? Yes. Highest-protein food here? Nope.
One cup of whole milk has almost 8g of protein, so it's not the highest-protein food here.
A hamburger patty has about 23g of protein, which isn't too shabby, but it's not the most here.
A 3 oz. chicken breast (roughly the size of a deck of cards) has about 26g of protein. That's not the highest-protein food here!
One cup of black beans has about 15g of protein. It's not the highest-protein food here.
One cup of cottage cheese has about 25g of protein, so it's not the highest-protein food here.
One scoop of CytoSport Muscle Milk Lean Muscle Protein Powder has 16g of protein. It's not the highest-protein option here.