Plant Based Vegan Protein
PLANT BASED VEGAN PROTEIN
Avoiding animal products doesn’t have to mean missing out on protein. But, sometimes it can be hard to get enough protein within the vegan diet, so protein supplement can be really helpful. Pea protein is a complete protein source. So, whether you’re on the go or trying to refuel quickly after a workout, you can mix our vegan blends with water, non-dairy milk, smoothies, oatmeal or other foods, and be sure your body with the necessary nutrients needed for muscle synthesis and greatly improved recovery time.
The Benefits Of Pea Protein
Pea Protein Isolate is well absorbed by the body and have a myriad of functional benefits that include improved satiety, as well as facilitating fat-loss and muscle gain.
Helps to build muscles and recover faster
Assists weight management, fights off hunger cravings
Supports cardiocascular health and regulates blood sugar
Hypoallergenic, lactose-free, easily digestible
Rich in Branch Chain Amino Acids
The cleanest vegan protein blends
We use minimal ingredients and processing to craft our vegan protein powders. Combined with our organic flavours, our plant-based deliver on both performance and taste. They will provide your body with the fuel it needs to excel while tasting delicious and satisfying your daily protein needs.
More sustainable, naturally sourced European Golden Pea
Authentic flavour from organic raw cacao and vanilla beans
Absolutely no fillers, artificial sweetener
Up to 23g of protein per 30g serve
Hypoallergenic, lactose-free, easily digestible
Alkalising, high in vitamins D, E and K
Plants yield ten times more protein per acre than meat, use fewer natural resources and have much less impact on the environment.
Peas are naturally rich in protein. There are 45g of protein in a cup of uncooked whole golden peas.
Our plant-based blends are 80% protein, this is as high concentration as in most whey protein concentrate on the market.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT PEA PROTEIN
Simply put Whey Protein comes from dairy (cows milk) and Pea Protein comes from plants. Both Whey and Pea protein are vegetarian friendly and Pea protein is vegan. Nutritionally Go Good Whey and Pea protein is almost identical it really only comes down to personal dietary preference to choose one over the other. The consistency of whey protein is slightly lighter than pea protein which means it’s not as thick. Both Go Good whey and pea protein is sourced from world leading suppliers ensuring premium quality and the best possible nutritional profile.
Pea protein is produced via the extraction of soluble pea protein from yellow split peas, followed by drying and rehydration of the produced pea flour. In this way, pea protein is 100% vegetable and is entirely integrable into a vegan diet, and is suitable for people with gluten intolerances, Being completely plant-based also means pea protein is lactose-free, thus adapted to persons suffering from lactose intolerance.
Pea protein is a complete protein, though, like other legumes, peas are high in the essential amino acid lysine, but low in the amino acid methionine. Still, contrary to common belief, you don’t need to combine different plant-based protein foods in the same meal to make sure you are getting complete proteins. If you consume an adequate amount of calories from a variety of protein foods during the day, you’ll likely get all your complementary proteins and meet your protein needs.
Plant-based diets are more environmentally sustainable than diets rich in animal products because they use fewer natural resources and are associated with much less environmental damage. Growing peas can also improve soil fertility since they bring nitrogen into the soil through their roots, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers.
Pea protein is a complete source of protein, tough it is low in methionine. If you eat a whole food balanced diet you are very likely to absord enough of all the amino acid you need and don't need to rotate protein supplements. Scientists debunked the myth that you must consume all 9 essential amino acids at once years ago, meaning that if you eat the complete profile of amino acids over the course of time, you’ll be more than fine
A physically active person needs 1.2 – 1.8 grams of protein per kilo (kg) of bodyweight each day to maintain and build lean muscle mass. If you exercise regularly like us then two serves of protein powder per day are ideal. To make it simple we have a scoop in a morning smoothie and one directly after training/exercise.
LEARN MORE ABOUT PLANT-BASED PROTEIN
What are the difference between whey and pea protein?
There are many reasons you could decide to add a little extra protein to your diet. There are lots of different protein sources out there but in terms of quality and convenience whey and pea protein are the best choices. So, what’s the difference between the two?
How much protein do you get from your vegan diet?
Very few nutrients are as essential as protein. As a reminder, 10 to 20% of your calories must come from protein. While Vegan foods virtually all contain some, are not equally rich in protein. Let's have a look at the protein content of common vegetables, fruits, nuts and grains.
Vanilla vegan protein pancake recipe
Anyone else like me and has a constant sweet tooth? Waking up craving something that will satisfy all cravings. Here is the perfect recipe for you! This recipe is one of the healthiest pancakes around. Not only do they taste delicious but they are also so healthy for you. These pancakes are full of protein and fibre as well as being dairy free, gluten free and vegan.