Our founder is a BSc sports dietitian with almost 10 years of experience within the sports nutrition and fitness industry. She works with scientists who specialize in sports nutrition and who focus their research on plant-based protein to create all SUPPLEAM® products.
You can perform/recover well and at a high level with plant-based sports nutrition, but it is essential to pay attention to your diet. Vegetable protein has a slightly different effect to animal protein, which means amount, timing and leucine content must be taken into account. It is important to get enough protein (1.6-2.4g protein per kg body weight), to distribute the total amount of protein over the day (0.4-0.55g protein per kg body weight per meal) and especially high-quality protein (pay attention to essential amino acid content, and especially leucine).
Our products are all based on science. Each one is well thought out and made with integrity. SUPPLEAM® is unique, because it is a brand made by real accredited sports nutrition professionals, with the customer needs at the very heart. A necessary contradiction in the crazy world of sports supplements.
A new generation of athlete is guided by science and adheres to morality. We are a group that consciously deals with lifestyle choices in order not to endanger future generations. We are a new generation of athletes who look beyond just our own sports performance and “gains”. We understand that we are inextricably linked to our environment and we look for ways to achieve our goals and, where possible, to contribute to a more sustainable society with our choices. More often “plant-based” is the norm.
We have a greater purpose in mind – giving back to the world through our sales of sports nutrition and supplements.
We donate 25ct from every SUPPLEAM® product purchased to Justdiggit, a grassroots organization dedicated to greening Africa’s landscapes, cooling the earth and supporting farmers. We donate 25ct of every purchased SUPPLEAM® product to the Green Food Foundation which, in collaboration with dietitians and other healthcare professionals, aims to prevent malnutrition in children in developing countries, using the right nutrition expertise and as many sustainable food solutions as possible.
Note: Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.