Reddit Reddit reviews 5LB 100% Pea Protein Powder from North American Farms - Vegan Pea Protein Isolate - Plant Protein Powder, Easy to Digest - Speeds Muscle Recovery

We found 15 Reddit comments about 5LB 100% Pea Protein Powder from North American Farms - Vegan Pea Protein Isolate - Plant Protein Powder, Easy to Digest - Speeds Muscle Recovery. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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5LB 100% Pea Protein Powder from North American Farms - Vegan Pea Protein Isolate - Plant Protein Powder, Easy to Digest - Speeds Muscle Recovery
ONLY ONE INGREDIENT: 100% Yellow Pea Protein with zero additives. Naked Pea contains no artificial sweeteners, flavors, or colors and is GMO-Free, Soy Free and Gluten-Free.VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN PROTEIN POWDER: Dairy Free and made solely from raw yellow peas grown on environmentally friendly farms in both the USA and Canada.MAXIMUM NUTRITION: 27g of Protein, 2g of Sugar, 2g of Carbs, 120 Calories, and 5.7g of BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids) per serving.PROTEIN SHAKES AND RECIPES: Create pure pea protein shakes, vegan smoothies and healthy green drinks. Provide your body with the daily protein it needs by adding to tea, sauces, and other recipes.CLEAN MUSCLE GAINS: Now pea protein can help maintain a clean diet, but you can also use our vegan pea protein powder in pre and post workout shakes, smoothies and recipes for maximum recovery.
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15 Reddit comments about 5LB 100% Pea Protein Powder from North American Farms - Vegan Pea Protein Isolate - Plant Protein Powder, Easy to Digest - Speeds Muscle Recovery:

u/kaidomac · 13 pointsr/fitmeals

If the powdered Vega didn't work for you, you may want to try their pre-mixed shake:

u/Noetherville · 4 pointsr/vegan

Umm, how much protein do you think there is in standard whey protein powder? It's 25g, about. Here is a pea protein with 27g

u/drhitchslap · 3 pointsr/Fitness

Have you tried Naked? I’ve been using their chocolate flavored pea protein for a couple months now and personally think it’s delicious.

u/hurrayhurrayhurray · 3 pointsr/vegan1200isplenty

I've tried a few and right now my favorites are depending on type of use:

  1. For most smoothies - Orgain Slim (20g protein /150 kcal). Tropical fruit smoothie recipe -Orgain Slim Vanilla + frozen tropical fruit + a liquid base like Ripple high protein milk or ginger ale, little lime juice - LOVE this combo. Orgain has a creamer base that makes smoothies super creamy if blended with frozen fruit or anything really cold. I also like mixing Orgain with flavored syrups and icecream for high protein dessert shake.

  2. For vanilla or chocolate smoothies, no fruit - Bob's red mill nutritional booster, frozen cashew milk ice cubes, small amount of vegan ice cream

  3. For adding into baked goods - Naked Pea protein. I add this into my protein pancakes. It doesn't have any added flavor or have a creamer base. Also, it's much cheaper compared to the others.
  4. You can add high protein milk to lots of things as an alternative to protein powder. Ripple milk is 8g protein for 80 calories.

    FWIW, I did not like Vega Protein Smoothie (both chocolate and tropical)
u/team_pancakes · 3 pointsr/veganfitness

It says "GMO Free" on the label and "NON-GMO" on the amazon title

u/exceptionalfield · 3 pointsr/ScientificNutrition

I realize that methionine may be an issue, but whey still has less than beef. Also, pea protein has even more than the whey I posted above. Since protein in larger amounts is required for me, it seems I have to deal with it.

u/RobotDrZaius · 2 pointsr/veganfitness

While you should always focus on whole foods, buying a protein powder may help ease your concerns about that aspect of your diet - and it's quite cheap 'per calorie', although it feels like a big purchase. I use this pea protein personally.

Buy beans and lentils in bulk and learn how to prepare them. Buy gluten and learn how to make seitan or high-protein baked goods. The key to cheap vegan protein is doing a lot of the work yourself - though you can also snag very cheap tofu from big chain stores like Walmart/Target.

Edit: I realized you're asking for recipes, not just tips. Lentil/Gluten steaks (you can ignore the mushroom gravy part if you're extra frugal), and Cuban Black Beans and Rice are two of my staples.

u/Hatcher04 · 2 pointsr/ketogains

Just bought this myself, I love it, I think 3g carb a serving which is satisfactory for me.

I just finished a huge 5lb bucket of Naked pea protein. terrible taste but great 'stats' as I like to say.

u/HealthyPetsAndPlanet · 2 pointsr/vegan

Human grade meat is also contaminated with these same pathogens, that's why you don't eat it raw.

I agree vegan kibbles are not immune to cutting corners and know about the melamine crisis. However, other than melamine and mold (which are both issues for conventional) vegan is absolutely immune to most of the pathogenic and chemical contamination that plagues the rest of the conventional kibble industry.

> While I agree that it is not specifically a vegan diet issue carb-wise, a vegan diet will be higher carb.

I guess this statement depended upon what you meant. Higher carb than raw meat, yes. Higher carb than convential, no. However I believe it is possible to get close if you make your own using different glutens. Instead of ~50% that is common in conventional kibble, you can get down to ~19% carbs. If you use pea protein isolate that's 90% protein, which is much better than beef's 41% calories from protein. And then you'd be free of all worries of contamination and its impact on your health, your family's health, and your animal's health.

u/TupacsFather · 1 pointr/veganfitness

Pea Protein Isolate from NAKED Nutrition. Tons of protein, and tastes great. Mixes very well.

u/ThinkChill · 1 pointr/fitmeals
u/atheoncrutch · 1 pointr/veganfitness

I’ve been rocking Naked Pea from Amazon lately. The chocolate flavour is much more bearable than the unflavoured kind.

u/somethrowaday · 1 pointr/SIBO

By the way, did you ever give any thought to use whey or plant protein instead of the Jo Labs stuff? I am not a chemist / biologist but if I had to take a gander I would say there's not much of a difference between how either item would be absorbed by the body and protein powders are economically superior in terms of price (at a glance, I could be wrong).

I sort of can't help but wonder if Siebacker agreed to plug Jo Mar Lab's product, which while I am sure it is fine, is no different from an animal or plant derived product. If I end up going with anything it'll most likely be pea protein isolate unflavored (<2 carbs).

For example this has 18 amino acids, as opposed to the 21 from the Jo Mar Lab's. It's missing L-Glutamine, Taurine, and Cysteine but either way it has the 9 essential AAs.

The Jo Mar Labs product page states that you don't know what you're getting from food-derived proteins, but ironically, their own product lists the ingredients as a proprietary blend, whereas the product I just linked lists out how many mg of each AA you get per I'm sure it doesn't matter and I am just being overly tinfoily but this is definitely a field where the average company can definitely easily take advantage of customers with exploitative pricing and scrupulous claims.