This post is part of the Soy Simple campaign. Read my disclosure here.
This is my last Soy Simple post!
So I guess soy will go back to being all complex.
In all seriousness, I agreed to this campaign because I do consume a decent amount of soy–mostly through soy milk (mmmm soy lattes) and Luna bars. I’m not a vegetarian, but I do also really like tofu.
Not just when it’s in a bagel, although that is definitely my favorite way to consume it.
There are a million compelling reasons to go vegetarian, and while I probably never will, I definitely occasionally rely on non-meat protein. It’s cheaper and better for the planet–and it helps to vary your diet.
Below are all my soy posts, if you’re interested:
Protein on the Go: how to get more protein in your snacks
Another 2012 Goal: More Protein: my goals to get more protein in my diet this year
Holiday Meal Makeover: or, how I snuck soy bacon into Christmas dinner.
Tips for Surviving Holiday Eating: Spoiler alert: more protein.
Drinking My Protein: mmm, protein smoothies
Soy Snacks: more soy snacky goodness
Happy Thanksgiving!: again, more sneaking soy into family holiday meals
What Fuels Your Workouts?: if you guessed protein, you guessed right.
Soy for Breakfast: in which I announced this program.
This program has involved a giveaway every week, so it’s only natural that it ends with one, too, right?
How about another gift card to Sports Authority? To enter, just leave a comment telling me what you learned during this program.
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