Vegan Protein is a protein shake made with pea protein for vegans and those looking for a completely clean protein.
Taken direct from fresh peas grown in an environmentally friendly way, pea protein provides a vegan protein powder that is highly digestible and directly comparable to the best animal sources of protein powder; eggs and milk. Reflex Nutrition’s Vegan Pea Protein provides 74% protein content, with a massive 95% amino acid score.
Reflex Vegan Protein is made with completely renewable green energy, is completely free from genetic modification, nitrogen fertilizers, gluten, soy and chemicals. Vegan Protein also tastes great, sweetened with natural stevia to provide a calorie-free range of satisfying flavours.
Who is it for?
Vegan Protein is suitable for men and women who regularly exercise and want to contribute to the maintenance and growth of muscle mass.
Whether you’re vegan and looking for the perfect protein for you, you’re conscious about the environment and the manufacturing of your protein, or you’re looking for the cleanest form of protein you can give your body, Reflex’s Vegan Protein can aid your fitness and nutrition goals.
Vegan Pea Protein is suitable for vegans and vegetarians but is not currently suitable for coeliacs.
What are the benefits?
Contributes to the maintenance and growth of muscle mass
Limits fat gain
Added friendly bacteria and digestive enzymes
When following a meat and dairy free diet, consuming enough essential protein and amino acids can be difficult. In order for the muscles to benefit fully from the exercise and training you do, it’s important to consume enough protein.
Supplementing the diet with a protein shake ensures your muscles get this necessary protein, and pea protein is perfect for this, with its high amino acid content.
Consume 2-3 servings daily.
Mix 25g, which is approximately two level 25ml measures of the scoop in the tub, with 300ml water in a shaker or blender. These are guidelines and more or less water can be added to taste.
Once mixed, consume immediately. For exact measurements, we advise using weighing scales, as the scoop measures in millilitres rather than grams.