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Recover right and keep your eco-conscience clean with plant-based protein

Whey protein’s lofty position at the top of the recovery product chain is not without merit: whey is a complete source of protein, providing all nine of the essential amino acids required to repair and rebuild damaged protein tissues. In short, whey works. But times they are a-changing, and whey (the liquid remaining after milk has been curdled and strained) is no longer the undisputed king of the proteins.

Plant-based protein powders, once chalky and nauseating, have a come along way not only in texture and taste, but in their protein profile. While few plant foods are able to match whey’s amino content, vegan protein manufacturers have found new ways to combine several plant proteins – containing different amino acids – within the same powder. The result? Many vegan protein powders now not only match whey for post-workout appeal, but also for recovery credentials.

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