Introducing Scitec Nutrition‘s Pure Form Vegan Protein, an all natural plant-based protein that doesn’t contain aspartame (an artificial sweetener) and no added sugar.
The vegan trend is booming more than ever and perhaps we shouldn’t label it as a trend anymore but more of a lifestyle. While I have not boarded the vegan train it does intrigue me as to the benefits it has on the body and of course, asking: where do vegans get their protein from? Most supplement companies cater for vegans and create their protein from plants or peas.
If you’re looking for a clean, plant-based protein that is high in protein and naturally sweetened with stevia, Pure Form Vegan Protein is for you.
First of all, for those who haven’t given veganism a second thought, let’s discuss what being a vegan actually means.
The idea behind the lifestyle and the movement is not exploiting animals as a source of food, clothing, entertainment or any other objective.
If you like to know more about veganism, you can find out from Vegan Australia.
Why choose Pure Form Vegan Protein?
- Aspartame free (artificial sweetener)
- No added sugar
- Certified vegan product
- All natural
How can a protein be all the above and still taste good? You’d expect it to taste earthy and dull. Well, it has stevia – a naturally occurring sweetener that’s extracted from the leaves of the plant species Stevia Rebaudiana. Plus, it comes in two delicious flavours – chocolate and hazelnut toffee.
Pure Form Vegan Protein Ingredients
(Based off Hazelnut toffee flavour)
- Organic Vegan Protein Blend (Pisane® C9 Pea Protein Isolate, Rice Protein, Coconut Protein, Pomegranate Protein, Pumpkin Protein)
- Flavours (Hazelnut, Toffee)
- Sodium Chloride (Salt)
- Sweetener (Steviol Glycosides)
You’re probably wondering different ways you can consume this protein, especially if you’re all for the benefits and principle of being vegan but not for the taste. Here are different ways you can consume it:
- In a shake with water or your choice of milk
- Blend it with a banana or berries, ice and milk
- Put a scoop on your oats and make proats (the consistency is really thick and fulfilling)
- Make protein muffins or slice
Pure Form Vegan Serving Size
A 30g scoop equals 84 calories (based hazelnut toffee flavour). The 84 calories are broken down in these macronutrients:
If you look at the macronutrients and the ingredients, Pure Form Vegan Protein, in my opinion, is one of the cleanest and best proteins on the market. Give it a try for yourself and see the difference it’ll make in your life. If you’re vegan or even if you’re wanting to change things up, try Pure Form Vegan Protein from Scitec Nutrition.
To buy a tub, you’ll have to find your nearest stockist.
Disclaimer: I am not a nutritionist or an educated supplement advisor. This product review is strictly based on my opinion and experiences.
If you enjoyed reading this, then check out the review of Scitec Nutrition’s Protein Pancake.