Why make the switch to vegan protein?
Even if you’re not following a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, you might find you still benefit from incorporating vegan protein powder into your routine.
Rotating protein can support a healthy gut.
Switching up your protein can potentially minimise the development of adverse food reactions and sensitivities that can result from diet repetition, not to mention that variety in your nutrition plan yields a more diverse intake of nutrients.
It’s a dairy-free option.
Cow dairy is one of the most common food sensitivities, and as a result, there’s a growing trend of dairy-free eating. Deciding whether dairy is good or bad is personal and requires experimentation and notice of your reaction, inflammation, and symptoms when consuming. As well as health benefits going dairy free is great for the environment.
It performs better in certain recipes.
If you’ve ever tried to swap out collagen, whey, or vegan protein powder in a recipe for another one that you had on hand, you’ve likely learned the hard way through a recipe fail that various protein powders behave differently in cooking. But Vegan protein powder is generally thicker and absorb liquids better than whey or collagen proteins, certain protein-enriched recipes rely on the properties of vegan protein to turn out correctly.
You might feel less bloated.
It’s worth noting that some people might initially experience bloating or discomfort when incorporating any kind of protein powder into their plan. It’s common to think that the protein itself is the issue. A high quality vegan protein powder provides a convenient way to increase your protein intake without an increase in digestive symptoms.
Our Vegan Protein:
Our Vegan plant based formula is made from a mixture of Rice, Quinoa, Pea, Chia and Hemp proteins. It’s free from dairy, gluten, GMO & animal produce. Use our Vegan Protein to build muscles, boost metabolism and maintain a healthy body weight, lower cholesterol and increase your intake of fibre which amongst other things can help you to feel fuller for longer.
Nutritional Information: Per 25g serving Energy 400KJ/95cal, Fat 1.3g of which is Saturates 0.3g, Carbohydrates 0.7g, of which is Sugars 0.03g, Fibre 0.7g, Protein 19.5g, Salt 0.2g.