This New Vegan Protein Powder Is Made From Mushrooms and Peas
Established in 2010, Stronger Faster Healthier (SFH) remains committed to offering scientifically-backed products and ingredients. The pharmacologist-founded nutrition supplement company recently added a vegan protein powder variety to their virtual shelves.
Each serving of the vanilla-flavored powder contains 20 grams of plant protein derived from peas, making it a great choice for those who avoid soy and gluten. SFH Plant Based Protein also contains an antioxidant-rich powdered mushroom blend including reishi, lion’s mane, and shiitake varieties. Additionally, you’ll notice a favorable balance of soluble and insoluble fiber on the SFH nutrition facts label. The vegan protein powder supplies 6 grams of dietary fiber per serving, great for both gut and heart health.
As if the bountiful protein and fiber content weren’t enough, the vegan supplement contains C8Vantage, an NNB Nutrition Trademarked medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) blend. True to their name, MCTs are comprised of shorter triglyceride strands which allow for ketone production and simple absorption. Consumption of MCTs may provide energy and improve focus, cognition, and athletic performance. Stronger Faster Healthier is committed to avoiding soy and gluten across the board. In similar transparent nature, the company has also omitted added sugar and artificial flavors from their Plant Based Protein.
In addition to an impressive nutrition profile, another major selling point of SFH Plant Protein remains the great vanilla cake taste and smooth texture. Many plant-based protein powders are gritty, which can leave you with a strange mouthfeel, but Stronger Faster Healthier has developed a grit-free plant protein that dissolves well in both water and blended shakes alike. We like our protein at breakfast, as a pre-workout drink, or as a post-sweat session pick-me-up—there really is no wrong time to enjoy. While it’s a great treat on it’s own, we like to get a little creative and blend our shake with fruit, nut butters, and non-dairy milks for those extra credit points.
With core values rooted in quality, health, ease, and taste, SFH is the complete package. And speaking of package, be sure to check out their 1.5 lb bag which yields 20 servings! Or if you’re looking to dip your toes before fully committing, opt for their 3-serving pack for 3 days of plant-based protein.
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