My Top 5 Vegan Protein Powders

If you’re active either in the gym or just in your daily life then protein is essential to promote muscle growth and is a necessary part of all living organisms. But choosing the right kind of protein can be a little overwhelming because of just how many there are and more being released every year.

Picking the right one for you can be a little tricky because not everyone is the same, depending on each persons diet currently the amount of protein you intake can vary. If your like me and are lactose intolerant then the standard protein you get practically everywhere can cause you major bloating and even worse the nastiest booty-bombs. Believe me if I take just any ole protein powder then I would suggest just stay away from me for the entire day cause it’s not going to be pleasure AT ALL.

So for me and probably many others the amount of vegan protein out there has been on the rise in recent years, putting a stop to (and in my case) the uncessary bloating and has decreased the booty-bombs in so many (me including). Again not everyone is the same so you’re going to have to experiment with what best suits you but I have compiled a list of my top 5 vegan protein powders so that you get the proper amount of daily protein needed for you to sustain muscle mass.

Orgain– 21g of protein, 150 cals, 15g of carbs, 5g fiber, 0g of sugar, 20 servings.

KOS– 20g of protein, 160 cals, 8g of carbs, 3g of fiber, 3g of sugar, with added BCAA’s and anitoxidants, 30 servings.

Vegan Smart– 20g of protein, 160 cals, 15g carbs, 6g of fiber, 5g of sugar, 15 servings.

Garden Life– 15g of protein, 160 cals, 4g of carbs, 2g of fiber, <1g of sugar, with added BCAA’s, 19 servings.

ON– 24g of protein, 150 cals, 7g of carbs, 2g of fiber, 1g of sugar, 19 servings.

All have their own unique flavors and blends each catering to everyones specific needs & tastes. I have personally tried all of these and to this day Orgain is my all time favorite but what I like isn’t necessarily what everyone will like so as I said you’ll have to experiment to find what best suites you.

Each has their own benefits so you won’t have trouble finding what you need to aid in your daily protein consumption. I hope this post has helped you in considering the best course of action for your specific need. Happy lifting cheers!