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Pea Protein Powder

Pea protein powder is a power-punch of vegetable protein. For you, it means a protein powder that digests easily and contains all the essential amino acids for building a strong, healthy body. Pea protein supplements are suitable for everyone, particularly vegetarians, vegans and anyone intolerant to animal-based protein.

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Pea Protein Powder Info

Pea protein powder is definitely worth your attention if you’re involved with a fit and active lifestyle. Peas are a rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs - leucine, isoleucine and valine). BCAAs are primarily utilised by your skeletal muscles where they are important to help reduce muscle fatigue, speed recovery and decrease the loss of other amino acids from muscle during exercise; all of which may help revitalise and maintain energised, lean muscle mass.

Other protein powders that contain gluten, soy or lactose may cause digestive discomfort for those with intolerances or allergies, but pea protein is one of the most easily digestible sources of protein available. Consuming protein helps curb your cravings for sugar and carbohydrates whilst helping you feel satisfied longer. That means drinking a pea protein shake may be beneficial for your waistline too. Our other non-animal based protein powders include rice protein and soy protein powders.

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  • I'm a fan

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    I use this product every day, and seem to have settled on it as my favourite protein powder so far. Love the vanilla flavour for its versatility (though the berry is pretty nice, too) - I use it in a few different ways, though rarely drink it as a shake as I find it a bit sweet by itself. Nice in a fruity or oaty smoothie, though.

    Overnight oats - I like this about an hour before my morning workout: rolled oats, a scoop of protein powder, ground flax seeds and sunflower seeds, cinnamon, stirred up with water, and then some frozen mixed berries on top - I mix it up the night before and leave it in the fridge and it's perfect for me to start off with a cup of coffee. Pretty nice for making cookie-dough with some blitzed oats and cinnamon, too.

    Post-workout - I need some food pretty quickly after lugging weights around so that I don't start trying to eat my desk at work, and what I'm digging right now is this mixed up to a milky-creamy consistency, some cornflakes for sweet malty crunch, ground almonds, and a banana. I'll sometimes have something like that last thing at night - it makes a pretty nice pudding mixed up with some peanut butter and berries. This maybe seems weird, but I've also used it smooshed up with a mashed banana and a small amount of water or soy milk to have on toast or a fruit muffin - yum.

    Rachel

    15/01/19

  • Refreshing Calcium Boost

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    I choose this product to contribute to my calcium intake and because I do a lot of physical activity.
    It is great! It is very refreshing and seems to keep me hydrated - I can't really see my bones but hopefully the extra calcium is doing something good :-)

    Kristy

    13/01/19

  • Great idea but tastes so, so bad

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    I love the IDEA of this product. I really wanted to like it because it has over 8mg of iron per serve and I have low iron levels - oh man have I tried to like it - BUT most of the kg gone and I still just can't stand it. I have come to hate my breakfast smoothie. Thank goodness it's almost gone! It is lip puckeringly super sweetened with Stevia and the texture is gritty. The natural flavour Amazonia Raw Protein Isolate is still gritty but at least you can flavour it how you like without all that Stevia so if you want to give it a go, I would recommend trying that one instead.

    Kristy

    13/01/19

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