How can I make sure I am getting enough protein in pregnancy?

60 grams a day. The protein needs in pregnancy increase to meet demands for growth of the fetus, placenta, uterus and increased blood volume. Animal sources of protein, such as meat, milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, poultry and fish are "complete", as they provide the 9 essential Amino Acids in optimal concentrations. Vegetable sources of complete protein include quinoa, soybeans, buckwheat and hemp.
Eat healthy. If you eat a well balanced diet that includes the recommended protein allotment, you will likely be fine.