This protein powder combines soy, sesame and wheat with the
finest vegetable protein sources to offer one of the best vegan
supplement powders available. Loaded with naturally occurring amino
acids, this formula is ideal for those needed additional protein
intake in their diets. Just mix 2 tablespoons in with a smoothie or
a glass of juice and you’ll get 17 grams of high-quality vegetable
protein. This formula is especially ideal for athletes who need
extra protein intake! $12.99 per 16 oz. (454g)
Ingredients: Soy protein isolate, MLO Garden Blend
(corn bran, potato flour, dried broccoli, dried tomatoes, dried
carrots, dried beets), oat fiber, fortified yeast, sesame flour,
wheat bran, canola oil, soy lecithin, papin
Servings per container - 23
Calories per serving - 70
Total fat – 0g
Sodium – 200mg
Potassium – 30mg
Total carbohydrate – less than 1g (0g sugars)
Protein – 17g
Acid Profile Per Serving:
*L-Methionine + Cystine: 400mg
*L-Phenylalanine + Tyrosine: 1330mg
L-Aspartic Acid: 2880mg
L-Glutamic Acid: 4510mg
* denotes essential amino acids
super yummy.. but..
From Anonymous of minneapolis, Minnesota on 2/25/2011.
needs more lysine.. :) from what i hear vegans are deficient in it and i dont believe it contains enough of this amino acid to reach the recommended amount that would ideally support a healthy body.. BUT i use it all the time.. and love it.. just think its something the makers should consider... : )..
Nice price and content
From Sam Chimaobi Ahamba of Oslo, Norway on 5/28/2009.
Protein weighs in at 17g's per serving, that's so-so. The flavour is bland (read: deadly) so you need to add something. Also, you can't overdose on this per serving, because it turns very thick VERY quick (and lumps). So you need to use a blender with water first, then add your juice/milk. Tastes VERY nice with a banana in the mix (never tried berries), or hot with some some carob powder.
Great protein supplement; good diet aid.
From Anonymous of Waldport, Oregon on 2/18/2008.
I'm vegan, but I struggle with my weight and with my glucose levels. Extra protein helps stabilize my appetite and my glucose, but most vegan protein sources I have found either have too much added stuff (calories, sugar, etc.) or too strong a taste. This is one of the most inoffensive protein powders I have tried. I use a half a tablespoon in my cereal in the AM, which adds about 4 grams protein for only around 18 calories. Since all protein is 4 calories per gram, you are hardly wasting any extra calories on other stuff. It blends in nicely and you can hardly taste it, and it doesn't do too much to the texture either, which I like. I have added it to my yogurt too, without too much change. Be careful, though, and don't use too much at a time, or it will change the taste/texture. I am thinking of trying it with other things, like a sugar-free pudding I make with almond milk, and maybe in soups or casseroles. I would think it would bake nicely too.
Efficient and tasty.
From ben of Roswell-sur-Gougnon, France on 10/29/2007.
THIS is actually edible! Just add seasoned hot water to it, you'll end up with something close to a purée -contains potato starch- or a creamy soup, depending on the proportions. Fantastic!
Quality Vegan Protein Shate
From alphasomn of Alexandria, Louisiana on 4/22/2006.
Color: Off-white to light yellowOdor: Nearly odorlessTaste: Similar to cornmeal(powder only)Texture: Very fine powder. When blended the drink will feel moderately gritty.Strength: 70 calorie & 17 grams of Vegan protein (per serving) including all 8 of 8 essential adult amino acids, and 9 of 10 essential pediatric amino acids. If you are looking for vegan protein, this is a good choice. I suggest blending with fresh/frozen fruit and rice milk or kick it up with your favorite juice. Great for diabetic, low carbohydrate and even high protein diets.Weakness: Texture might be problem for some consumers.
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