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A vegan athlete? That is possible!
Do you want a sporty body despite a vegan diet? This requires some attention, but it is possible. Many fear that they cannot do bodybuilding without eating animal food, otherwise all their hard work would have been in vain. But there are many famous and successful athletes who contradict this view. You can be vegan, but still muscular, even if you've changed from a staunch carnivore to a herbivore. The key is a high quality protein supplement.
Based on rice and peas
Unlike the variants of animal origin, foods of plant origin are not complete sources of protein, which means that they do not contain all the essential amino acids that your body needs. But by supplementing (a combination of different vegetable protein sources) you can get a protein complex that is wholesome. In vegan protein, we achieved this by combining two protein sources that complement each other perfectly - rice protein, which contains little lysine but is rich in sulfur-containing amino acids (such as cysteine and methionine), and pea protein, which contains less sulfur-containing amino acids, while it is rich in lysine. Additional extras have been added to this excellent foundation.
+ 3 types of superfood
Quinoa flour → This popular part of the health food was the mother of all types of grain for the ancient Incas, although it is only a “pseudo-grain”. It has a lower carbohydrate content than normal cereals, but the protein content is higher (16%). It is also an excellent mineral source because it contains potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron.
Açaí berry powder → The Açaí berry, which is native to the Amazon rainforest, has an excellent ORAC value (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity - the international standard for the absorption capacity of oxygen radicals).
Goji berry powder → Goji berries (also known as wolfberries) have been used as an aphrodisiac in China for thousands of years. The tangy, bright red fruit, which tastes like a mixture of cherry and blackberry, contains 8 essential amino acids and a lot of vitamin C.
A look at the numbers!
1 Pro Portion (25 g ):
- 106 kcal
- 19 g protein
- Additional amino acids:
- 1.390 mg L-Glutamine
- 650 g L-Arginine
It is recommended that you:
- Are vegetarian or vegan. Vegan protein can be a great addition to your protein intake, especially if you do sports → its vegetable protein content contributes to muscle growth and maintenance.
- are looking for a plant-based alternative for milk-based proteins.
- are sensitive to lactose
- suffer from celiac disease
- Health food like → it can be used as a thickener for soups or vegetable casseroles.
- Recommended for those who are not only health conscious but also want to reduce plastic consumption.
Mix 1 serving (25 g = 3 flat tablespoons) of the powder with 250 ml of water. Consume this immediately after the workout. On training-free days, consume an afternoon shake. Use a shaker to prepare it.