So I found this post super interesting.... I have contemplated the idea of becoming vegan for over a month. I recently watched "What the Health!" - a documentary that has left me questioning everything I eat even the things we consider "healthy" one of my main objections is "well, how can I get more protein in ?!" I would hate to lose the muscle I worked so hard for. Then I found this and started reading more in different options. Thoughts??! Who is Vegan? Tell me about your experience?? Any help you can offer on different food choices ?? What made you start ? And how do you feel???? I'm excited to read all your responses. 💪🏼💛 WHEY PROTEIN VS VEGAN PROTEIN
25g Protein 👈🏻 .
25g Protein 👉🏻
So my friend came up to me in uni today and said her sister had recently started taking vegan protein over 'normal' protein
And said to me, 'But Vee, what's the difference?'
So it got me thinking 💭
I came home & compared my Chocolate @WomensBest
Whey to my @VivoLife
Blueberry Acai Vegan Perform powder to discover both had exactly 25g Protein per serving.
The difference however, is the sources the protein has come from.
They whey is a blend of concentrate and isolate.
The vegan protein is a blend of pea & hemp.
Personally, I love both powders, I find @Vivolfie
really easy to digest as it has digestive enzymes in it.
And I love how the whey has added vitamins & minerals.
Both come in a range of delicious flavours!
So really it all comes down to:
2. Your own dietary requirements .
If you're not vegan, you don't NEED to supplement with vegan protein but if you want to, I can't recommend @Vivolife
And if you're not bothered or just looking for some simple whey protein, then @Womensbest
have some insane flavours RN 😍
What are your favourite protein brands? Comment me below 👇🏻