There are many people who choose to eat and live plant-based for whatever reason. This is also known as veganism. Of course, there are also people in this community who find exercise or proper nutrition just too important. For these people, FITSHE has developed the most delicious vegan protein supplements based on organic and plant-based proteins.
Why vegan protein from FITSHE?
The female researchers who work at FITSHE have researched what women need. The same goes for vegan women. What we have taken into account is:
– Protein content
– Natural products – there is no junk in our vegan protein!
– The magnesium content
– Amino acids
– Little to no sugar, but fiber.
Vegan protein powder
The use of protein supplements among people who exercise is a common phenomenon. For example, consuming protein in the form of protein shakes provides the right fuels to build muscle tissue. Since protein is one of the most important nutrients for your muscles, and therefore for your progress in sports, the use of protein supplements as an addition to the daily diet has become very popular. Fortunately for vegans, there are also many foods supplement options on the market. More and more and improved research is also being done on vegan protein powder, which allows companies to develop tasty and good protein shakes for our vegans as well.
When making whey protein powder, milk protein is used as a basis. This is because it can be absorbed relatively quickly by the body. This is obviously not the case with vegan proteins. Therefore, other types of food are used to provide protein. Vegetable sources of protein are mainly found in legumes, grains, nuts, seeds, and kernels. These can be processed into a powder, from which you can then make a protein shake, for example. For example, peas and soya beans are often used as a basis for making vegetable protein powder. But also, hemp seeds, spirulina, pumpkin seeds, quinoa, peanuts, and lentils are vegetable protein sources that are often used for vegan protein powder.
Benefits of plant-bases proteins
The use of plant-based proteins has several benefits for both your body and for our nature and environment. First of all, vegan proteins are rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, healthy fats, and antioxidants. In addition, they contain little to no cholesterol or saturated fats. Also, vegan proteins only have a small impact on the environment and no impact on animal well-being.
Furthermore, plant-based proteins are fulfilling for your diet if the right combinations are made. Making the right combinations creates a complete protein source. By this we mean a source of protein that meets all nine of the essential amino acids required by the body in addition to the 13 non-essential amino acids. The non-essential amino acids are produced by the body itself. Unlike the essential amino acids, which we must obtain from our own diet. For vegans, this means that they must combine different foods in order to take in all the amino acids. Besides, they need proportionally more of the vegetable proteins than people who consume animal proteins.