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Protein Powder

Protein is an important macronutrient, needed for the healthy functioning of all organs in the human body. It is necessary for building tissues and muscle, and critical for growth, repair and healing of wounds. Protein powder can be an easy way to increase your intake of protein, making a delicious breakfast or a snack mid-afternoon.

Protein is a vital nutrient that the body uses to repair, as well as maintain cells and tissue.

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Protein Powder

High protein foods may help you feel energised and satiated longer - saving you from the in-between meal snacking and 3pm energy blues. Protein is essential for growth and repair, and requirements can be higher for certain groups of people, including those doing intense sports and weight or cardio training, people recovering from illness, or those recovering from injuries.

When ingested, protein is broken down into its component amino acids, which are then rearranged by the body into other configurations to form the building blocks of our body. This makes protein critical for good health, and conversely implicates protein deficiencies in many health problems and makes recovery and healthy body function difficult if intake is inadequate.

Protein can be lacking in many people’s diets, particularly those leading busy lives who reach for quick and easy high-carb foods in a hurry, or those on vegetarian or vegan diets.


Protein Powder Benefits

Protein powders are an easy way to increase your protein intake, making a delicious snack on their own or the basis of a healthy breakfast or lunch smoothie.


Choosing the Best Protein Powder

Whether doing cardio training, building muscle, convalescing, trying to gain or maintain weight or supplementing a vegan diet, you can choose from our great variety of protein powders:

  • whey protein powder - a perfect source of high potency protein that is easily broken down and quickly absorbed
  • rice protein powder - healthy and affordable alternative with a neutral taste, ideal for those wanting to avoid whey or soy, suitable for vegans
  • pea protein powder - digests easily and contains all the essential amino acids for building a strong, healthy body, suitable for vegans
  • soy protein powder - great, cost-effective source of protein, suitable for vegans

Our protein powders come in tasty flavours such as creamy vanilla, coffee or cacao and coconut. Sprouted products increase bioavailability and ease of digestion, and some are blended with vitamins and superfoods for extra nutrition.

For dietary support for most people, a plain protein powder is usually adequate, but for those doing intense sports training, you may wish to also consider protein bars or balls, enhanced with other nutrients such as l-carnitine or green tea extracts. There is something for every taste and every dietary need.

Product Reviews

  • Not the best taste


    Not fond of the taste (made w water or almond milk), and while it says try to avoid dairy I think it probably would taste better with cows milk. Will try soy next!



  • Way way way too sweet


    I like the idea of the product and what it has in it but when mixed with the recommended 350ml's (a lot!) of water it is extremely sweet. Basically just tastes like watery sweetener. Even if you double the liquid it would be too sweet and no one would want to drink that much of it in one go. Due to that I did not find it a practical way to get enough protein. I really don't understand why they made it so sweet, it is just sickening really. Won't be purchasing this brand again. I am surprised there are not more reviews like this on this product, if there were I would have known not to buy it and chosen something else.



  • liked and good in smoothies


    loved this, tastes great in fruit smoothies which is usually the only way i can stand protein powders, doesn't add too much of a weird texture which is great too



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