Mix one spoonful with 240 ml of chilled water or almond milk in a shaker. It can be consumed at any time, on its own (with water) or mixed into smoothies, yoghurt or juice.
Pea protein isolate, sunflower oil creamer, natural flavours, inulin fibre, gum arabic, stevia leaf extract, cocoa (processed with alkali), xanthan gum, sodium chloride, psyllium seed powder, annatto powder (colour).
|Values based on:||Per 100 g||Per serving|
|Energy||1678 kJ (398 kcal)||490 kJ (116 kcal)|
of which saturated
|Carbohydrates||17,3 g||5,1 g|
|Dietary fibre||5,1 g||1,5 g|
|Protein||79 g||23 g|
|Cholesterol||0 mg||0 mg|
|Sugars||0,8 g||0,3 g|
|Sodium||1015 mg||297 mg|
|Calcium||117 mg||34 mg|
|Potassium||143 mg||42 mg|
What is Plant-Based Protein?
Plant-Based Protein is extracted from pure golden pea protein isolate. It contains 23 grams of protein per scoop, only 4 grams of carbohydrates and all essential amino acids. This protein also helps support weight loss, as it has a low GI and is low in carbohydrates. This allows your body to control appetite and cravings. The product also has high satiety, meaning it helps you feel full for longer. Moreover, the product is dairy, gluten, soy and lactose-free.
Plant-Based Protein has slight differences in size options. Indeed, 15 servings for Choc Coconut comprises 480 grams, while for Salted Caramel & Vanilla Chai it is 435 grams. At 30 servings, the weight for Choc Coconut is 960 grams, and for Salted Caramel and Vanilla Chai 870 grams.
Benefits of Plant-Based Protein
- High-quality superfood from plant proteins with smooth and delicious flavours;
- The highest quality pea protein from a single source; pure golden pea protein isolate;
- Works softer on the stomach than whey protein;
- No artificial additives, sweeteners, grit or enzymes;
- 100% renewable resources;
- Great for cooking, baking or as an added protein in shakes.
What does Plant-Based Protein taste like?
- Strawberry Mylk: Take your taste buds back in time with this sweet, divine and creamy Strawberry Mylkshake and immerse yourself in a world of first dates and rollerblading. So fresh and delicious, you won't even believe it's a protein shake!
- Choc Coconut: A deliciously smooth taste of chocolate with a creamy coconut sensation. Goes excellently with nuts, nut butters, coffee, caramel, coconut milk and coconut yoghurt. Tip: try combining it with a dash of chilli if you're feeling adventurous!
- Vanilla Chai: A smooth, creamy and sweet taste of vanilla combined with a subtle spice of chai. Goes well with pumpkin, ginger, cinnamon, chocolate and most nut butters. Tip: Try warming a cup of vanilla chai with your favourite nut milk for a delicious warming drink.
- Salted Caramel: A deep, rich and earthy flavour. Goes well with coffee, chocolate, peaches, nut butters, berries, nuts and popcorn.
- Peanut Butter Cups: The classic combination of smooth chocolate and velvety peanut butter.
- S'mores: S'mores is the ultimate autumn-inspired flavour. Immerse yourself in nostalgia with this campfire treat flavour and enjoy the perfect combo of creamy marshmallows, sweet graham crackers, and delicious chocolate.
- Banana Bread: Reminiscent of fresh warm banana bread from the oven.
How is Plant-Based Protein different from whey proteins?
- Blessed Plant-Based Protein is dairy- and lactose-free. Whey proteins are not;
- Blessed Plant-Based Protein alkalises at pH 7.8 for improved recovery and energy. Whey proteins are acidic;
- Blessed Plant-Based Protein has a similar amino acid profile including all essential amino acids;
- Blessed Plant-Based Protein has a low GI and low carbohydrates, making it ideal to support weight loss;
- Blessed Plant-Based Protein has an all-natural flavour.
Can I also take Plant-Based Protein if I am pregnant/breastfeeding?
Yes, because Blessed Protein is a natural pea protein isolate (a food), with only natural flavourings and sweeteners.
Can children/babies take Plant-Based Protein?
Children 12 years and older can take half the usual adult dose (one full tablespoon, 1-2 times a day). Children under 12 years should seek advice from a healthcare professional to assess individual needs.
If I use Plant-Based Protein in baking and cooking, will it affect the protein content or absorption of amino acids?
No. Plant-Based Protein can be used in baking and cooking without affecting protein content or quality of absorption.
*Disclaimer: If you are being treated by a doctor for an illness or serious condition, please discuss this with them before consuming this product.