Vegan protein powder

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I’ve been transitioning to a plant-based diet for a while now and one of the very few exceptions I have with consuming animal products is whey protein.

I consume it because it is convenient and allows me to increase my protein intake.

I want to get the vegan equivalent, but one of the biggest deterrents is cost. In the past, I’ve been able to prepare meals at a cost of less than $3 a meal and as such, I’ve purchased protein powder that can offer a similar value on a per scoop basis.

With the following protein powders, you should be able to get an additional boost to your protein intake when you need the convenience of a protein powder.

Anthony’s premium pea protein (Unflavoured)

Anthony's premium pea protein (Unflavoured)
Anthony’s premium pea protein (Unflavoured)

This is a nice, clean vegan protein without the expensive price tag. 8g of protein are in a 10g serving. Or 24g for every 30g serving. This is on par with others wheys such as the favoured Optimum Nutrition range.

It’s worth a try for the price.

Prices start from $14.99

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MRM Veggie Elite Dietary Supplement, Chocolate Mocha, 2.45 Pound

MRM Veggie Elite Dietary Supplement, Chocolate Mocha, 2.45 Pound
MRM Veggie Elite Dietary Supplement, Chocolate Mocha, 2.45 Pound

This one is appealing because of the size (in excess of 1kg) and the price (around $30+ per kilogram) and the chocolate flavour.

There’s also quite alot of positive reviews on this product as well. In one 35g serving, you can expect to get 24g of protein.

Prices start from $31.79.

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PROMIX Vegan Protein Powder | Dairy Free, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Organic (5 Pound)

PROMIX Vegan Protein Powder | Dairy Free, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Organic (5 Pound)
PROMIX Vegan Protein Powder | Dairy Free, Non GMO, Gluten Free, Organic (5 Pound)

This is another option that’s interesting due to the protein content (20g per serving), and the bulk size that it’s offered in.

Prices start from $69.99

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Alternative powdered protein options

Another option that you can consider to increase your protein intake is Spirulina, which is 57% protein. This means you can take 10g and get 5.7g of protein in a serving.

You can click here to browse options online.

I will continue to add more good vegan protein powders that I can find. If there’s any that you recommend, please share them in the comments.

Cheers.