Just like whey protein powder, vegan protein powders can be mixed and blended to create your very own vegan smoothie recipes. Here are a few of my favorite smoothie recipes that take the dairy out. Try these 4 Vegan Protein Smoothies that will help support recovery and health!
Whether you are lactose intolerant, sensitive to dairy or have ditched dairy all together, don’t give up on using protein powders. Not only are protein powders a convenient source of the muscle-building macronutrient, there are plenty of new vegan options out there—most of which are made up of superfood ingredients that are full of protein and rich in phytonutrients. Consider using one of these vegan proteins in your next smoothie instead of traditional dairy or even soy powders.
Getting enough calcium in your daily diet is easy if you know what to eat. Here are some of my top sources of calcium whether you are vegan or not.
Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to eat green plants at every meal. There are so many yummy tasting, nutritious snacks that vegans can enjoy. Here are my top 10 picks.
As a plant-based athlete, I get asked the same question over and over: “Where do you get your protein?”
I am going to introduce to you the purest form of sports performance supplementation that an athlete needs to burn fat, put on quality muscle and increase energy. That’s right, you are about to embark on the holy grail of the whole food supplements. Can I have a drum roll please… JUICING!
In a world of carnivores, it seems impossible because nutrition is heavily focused on animal protein. Especially in the bodybuilding and fitness world, it seems like eating animal meat or products five to six times a day is the standard diet. One would think that you could not achieve the same results as you would consuming animal meat. I thought it was impossible until many world-class plant-based athletes proved me wrong.
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