Yes. Our supplements contain no ingredients that are on the doping list.
Everything we make is 100% safe for healthy people to take, but if you have certain health conditions or are pregnant, you’re going to have to ask your doctor.
Protein powder can be used anytime to help you meet your protein needs. Although the ideal ratio between whole food and supplemental protein is still unclear when it comes to research, we suggest that getting at least 50% of your daily protein from whole food sources is a good rule of thumb for the purposes of healthy dieting.
Sunflower lecithin is used in protein powder (and many other foods) to help stabilize certain mixtures of ingredients.
Usually the more common form soy lecithin is used, which is cheaper and contains soy. While it’s generally a good idea to limit your intake of soy products (and soy protein in particular) because it may have feminizing effects in men 1, you can rest assured that we only use the more expensive and healthier sunflower lecithin.
With the first purchase of any protein powder we’ll give you a naway Shaker as a free gift to help you prepare your shakes correctly.
But don’t hesitate to order another one if you need a replacement shaker because you always need one more.
If you see that a protein powder contains any added amino acids, be skeptical.
Additional amino acids is often a sign of amino spiking, which is a deceitful practice wherein large amounts amino acids like L-glycine are included and counted them toward the total protein per serving. This is misleading because protein is a complex chain of up to 21 different amino acids. There are no proteins that contain only one amino acid.
Amino spiking is a common way that protein manufacturers and sellers rip consumers off. This way companies sell low-quality protein that contains for example just 15 grams of protein per serving, add several grams of an inexpensive amino acid like glycine or alanine and legally say it contains more protein per serving than it really does.
There’s little to no reason to add amino acids to protein powder, including BCAAs, and so this often just means the product is amino spiked.
A good way to protect yourself as a consumer, however, is to check ingredient lists, serving sizes, and amounts of protein per serving before buying.
Unlike most proteins, Protein+ contains absolutely no lactose, gluten or soy. This makes it is very easy to digest and provides the body with both short and long-term proteins.
Protein+ can be used anytime you need help to meet your protein goals. For optimal results, take 1-3 servings daily after exercise or in the morning.
We chose pea and rice protein because they’re easy on the stomach, well absorbed, and provide an abundance of protein and essential amino acids.
That’s why protein+ is just as effective for gaining muscle and strength as animal-based protein powders like whey, casein, and egg protein.