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Biochem Sports 100% Vegan Protein Chocolate -- 26 oz


Biochem Sports 100% Vegan Protein Chocolate
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Biochem Sports 100% Vegan Protein Chocolate -- 26 oz

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Biochem Sports 100% Vegan Protein Chocolate Description

  • 100% Plant-Derived
  • 20 g Protein
  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Soy Free
  • Easily Digestible
  • Delicious Taste!

BioChem has been a leader in natural proteins for over 15 years. Try the improved 100% Vegan Protein - 100% plant-derived and 100% certified vegan. The supplement fact box says it as simple as it can be - nutrition is derived from BioChem's Proprietary blend and nothing else -- no additives, nothing artificial, no added sodium, and no animal derived material.

 

BioChem's 100% Vegan Protein is made from pea, hemp seed, and cranberry proteins. Pea protein is rich in amino acids and branch chain amino acids (BCAA). The hemp seed protein is a natural source of omega 3-6-9, while cranberry protein contains polyphenols and antioxidants.

 

Just one scoop packs a punch, providing 20 g of protein per serving, and leaving you with a greater sense of satiation.

 

Yes Certified Gluten Free by GFCO.Org

Yes Certified Vegan by the AVA

Yes Recycleable Packaging

Yes Manufacturing Supports Wind Power

 

No Yeast or Wheat

No Soy, Milk or Preservatives

No Artificial Colors or Flavors

No Artificial Sweeteners

No Magnesium Stearate

No GMOs


Directions

Adults, mix one (1) scoop (30.7 g) (1.08 oz) with 1 1/2 cups (12 fl oz) (354 mL) of cold water or your favorite beverage to supplement your diet with protein. Stir briskly until dissolved. As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medications that you take with your health care providers.

 

Notice: Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.

Free Of
Gluten, yeast, wheat, soy, milk, preservatives, artificial colors, flavors, artificial sweeteners, magnesium stearate and GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (32.3 g) (1.14 oz)
Servings per Container: About 24
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories130
   Calories from Fat30
Total Fat3 g4%
   Saturated Fat1 g5%
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
   Dietary Fiber3 g11%
   Sugars0 g
Protein20 g37%
Calcium30 mg2%
Iron6 mg33%
Sodium378 mg16%
Potassium166 mg4%
Proprietary Protein Blend
providing:
26 g
   Organic Pea Protein
   Organic Hemp Seed Protein*
   Cranberry Protein (seed)*
Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) Concentrate
(from coconut oil) (50% medium chain triglycerides equal to 1 g)
2 g*
Typical Amino Acid Profile
Aspartic Acid2.76 g
Threonine0.91 g
Serine1.22 g
Glutamic Acid4.07 g
Glycine1.09 g
Alanine1.05 g
Valine1.2 g
Isoleucine1.17 g
Leucine1.97 g
Tyrosine0.91 g
Phenylalanine1.32 g
Histidine0.6 g
Lysine1.73 g
Arginine2.09 g
Proline1.03 g
Cystine0.24 g
Methionine0.26 g
Tryptophan0.24 g
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic cocoa powder (processed with alkali), natural vanilla flavor, organic rebaudioside A (stevia leaf extract), monk fruit extract. Contains tree nuts (coconut).
Warnings

If you are pregnant or nursing, taking medication or planning a surgery, consult your doctor before using this product. If any adverse reactions occur, stop taking the product and consult your doctor.

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5 Steps to Transition to a Vegan Diet

Making the switch from an animal diet to a vegan diet is win-win for the environment, for animals and most of all for your own health. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, vegans are less likely than meat eaters to develop heart disease, cancer, diabetes, or high blood pressure. With vegan food cropping up everywhere, in football stadiums and fast food chains and school cafeterias, it’s easier than ever before to make the switch. However, it still takes planning and commitment to stick with it. Here is our step-by-step guide to easing into veganism.

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1. Get ready

For your best chances of success, it’s a good idea to educate yourself on why you’re considering a vegan diet. Take time to figure out why it’s important to you, instead of just jumping on the trend bandwagon. Research the myriad benefits of a plant-based diet—start reading books and cookbooks that delve deeper into the lifestyle. There are also several inspirational movies—for starters check out Food Inc., Vegucated, Hungry for a Change and Earthlings—that can get you all fired up about what eating animals actually entails.

2. Start slowly

Ease into veganism slowly. Become vegan in stages, giving the body time to adjust and making lifestyle changes easier. Gradually replace all your meat and dairy-based foods with vegan choices. Stock your fridge and cupboards with healthy alternatives, so you don’t start to feel deprived.

As you transition to a vegan diet plan, don’t overwhelm yourself with complex, gourmet meals. The simpler, less processed your meal is the better. Acquaint yourself with some vegan stand-bys you can whip up in ten minutes, such as a salad topped with baked tofu. Take it meal by meal, forgive yourself for relapses, and figure out the strategies that will make you successful, like always having a vegan bar or some nuts in your purse or car for when you are famished.

3. Prep yourself

Many grocery stores have a natural- or health-food section, where many vegan items are stocked. But you still need to know the vegan lay of the land at the store: For example, veggie meat slices and tofu are sometimes kept in the refrigerated section near the produce and some frozen products are kept near breakfast foods. Vegan margarine and soy milk are frequently kept right next to the dairy varieties. Ask a store clerk for help if you can't find what you are looking for. Also, pick up the habit of perusing labels at the supermarket.

You’ll need to read the labels on everything and learn how to navigate ingredient decks to avoid hidden animal products creeping into your diet. Finally, focus on the abundance of choices, not your restrictions. It’s a vegan best practice to crowd out animal products with tons of delicious, filling plant-based foods. Choose nondairy milk, fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes to start and try to avoid the more processed vegan replacement meats when possible.

4. Take it with you

Don’t let eating out foil your well-laid intentions. It’s a lot easier then you may assume to order up vegan meals at non-vegan restaurants. Vegan options abound no matter where you are—restaurants, parties, a friend's house or while traveling or on the road. Know what to look and ask for: Get used to telling waiters and waitresses that you are vegan so that they can suggest dishes tailored to you. And of course, there’s an app for that (Peta recommends the Happy Cow app). Plus, here’s a list of chain restaurants that have viable vegan options.

5. Consult an expert

Getting enough protein on a plant-based diet is a No.1 concern. It’s worth seeking advice from a nutritionist or a dietician on the best way of achieving a balanced diet for you in particular and what supplements you might need, such as vitamin B12. Once you have transitioned for a few months, a blood test to confirm adequate levels of vitamins and trace elements may also be wise. Periodic follow ups is smart too, as different stages of life, such as pregnancy, have different dietary needs, as do different activity levels, such as the nutrition demands of extreme atheleticism.

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