Delicious smooth vegan protein powders that are also fantastic as a hot drink!
In the flavors:
- Tiramisu: rich Arabica coffee with dark, slightly sweet chocolate
- Chai Latte: Sweet cinnamon and aromatically spiced with ginger, cloves and cardamom
Add 1 small scoop (35 gr) or 1 full scoop (40g) of SUPPLEAM® Premium Plant-Based Protein to 300-400 ml of (hot) water or (hot) unsweetened plant-based milk and mix/shake.
INGREDIENTS Tiramisu: Protein blend (Pea Protein Isolate, Rice protein isolate, sunflower proteine
isolate), Natural Sweet® sweetener blend (Glycine, Erytritol, Sweet aroma, Stevia glycosides), defated cacoa powder, Arabica Coffee powder*, Natural Aroma blend, Vegan BCAA powder, Thickeners: Guar gum, Xanthan gum.
INGREDIENTS Chai Latte: Protein blend (Pea Protein Isolate, Rice protein isolate, sunflower proteine isolate), Natural Sweet® sweetener blend (Glycine, Erytritol, Sweet aroma, Stevia glycosides), Herbs Blend (Cinnamon bark extract, Ginger root extract, Cloves powder, Kardemom powder) Natural Aroma blend, Vegan BCAA powder, Thickeners: Guar gum, Xanthan gum.
Evidence-Based Premium Quality
Let us explain why our SUPPLEAM® Premium Plant-Based Protein is a Premium product made by experts. SUPPLEAM® Premium Plant-Based Protein is a genius blend based on 3 protein sources: pea, rice and sunflower seeds. We have ensured that our product contains 25-27gr of protein per portion, 13.7gr of essential amino acids per portion, of which at least 7.3gr of BCAAs and of which 3.4-3,6gr of leucine. Does not clump!
- Free from artificial flavors/colors/sweeteners
We have looked carefully at the most recent studies on plant-based protein sources and got to our premium plant-based protein blend with an optimal amino acid composition. To optimize the uptake of plant-based protein, you should be paying attention to the right amount and quality of proteins.
Research shows that an ideal dose of leucine of 2-3,5gr after training stimulates an increase in protein synthesis.
In addition, 6-12gr of complete essential amino acids are needed to maximize muscle protein synthesis.