Soy Protein isolate, Digestive Enzymes (Papain and Bromelain), Probiotics
Soy protein is a high-quality, plant-based protein with proven health benefits. PlantVita™ Soy Protein is a complete protein and is a perfect alternative to animal-derived Whey Protein. It’s also high in BCAAs to support muscle strength and growth.
One serving of PlantVita™ Soy protein isolate powder has about 150 calories and 30 grams of protein in a 33g Serving. Yes! it has 90% Protein.
Pure Unflavoured Protein Powder
PlantVita™ Soy Protein Isolate is a good plant-based source of high-quality complete protein that has an excellent amino acid profile. 30g of protein and 0g carbs per serving! (Vegan/Vegetarian, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, No Artificial Sweeteners, Hormone Free, Steroid Free)
Rich source of BCAAs
While each amino acid plays a role in muscle protein synthesis, branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are the most important when it comes to muscle building. Soy is a good source of branch chain amino acids. Branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) are made up of Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine. These amino acids play an important role in building muscle, recovering from heavy workouts, and improving exercise performance.
Specifically, the BCAA Leucine - that is present in Soy protein - activates a particular pathway that prompts muscle protein synthesis and helps build muscle.
Boosts Testosterone Health
Soy protein is relatively high in zinc. Low levels of zinc are linked to low testosterone which impacts muscle growth and feeling tired. So, if you find you’re often feeling drowsy, then maybe try sipping on a soy protein shake.
Premium Grade 90% Soy Protein Isolate from USA
This is arguably the highest protein content (30g protein) per 33g serving that any protein isolate offers. The raw soy protein isolate is imported from USA. It is processed and packed in India in a manufacturing facility that has pharmaceutical grade hygiene and quality control standards.
Helps Stimulate Growth Hormone
Growth hormone is a hormone inside us that decreases with age. It has many roles in the body which include cellular growth and metabolism. Arginine and Lysine are amino acids which are needed help release growth hormone.
So, if you’re looking to top your levels up, then a higher intake of soy protein - which has high amounts of Arginine and Lysine - would have a positive impact on growth hormone levels.
Keto Friendly & Good for Weight Management
PlantVita™ Soy Protein Isolate product has 0g Net Carbs. When used as part of a reduced-calorie, high-protein diet, Soy Protein has been proven to promote satiety and support weight loss. High protein diets based on soy protein have also been shown to preserve muscle during weight loss and improve the cardio-metabolic profile of dieters.
Soy Protein has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol, total cholesterol and triglycerides, without lowering cardio-protective HDL cholesterol. On the strength of this evidence, 13 countries have approved heart health claims for soy protein.
Sustainable & Green Protein
Soybean cultivation is highly efficient and producing soy protein requires far less land, energy and water than animal-based proteins. According to a third-party validated Life Cycle Assessment, our soybean isolate has a carbon footprint that’s up to 80 times lower than dairy and meat proteins.
FAQs related to Soy Proteins
Why should I take Soy Protein?
Soy protein is a plant-based protein that comes from the soybean, which is a legume. It’s a great source of protein for vegetarians and vegans, flexitarians, as well as those avoiding dairy, with no cholesterol and very little saturated fat.
Soy protein is a complete protein as it has got all the 9 essential amino acids (Leucine, Isoleucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine, and Histidine) that human body cannot make and needs to obtain from food.
Soy is also high in vitamin B, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium, which are needed to support the immune system and energy production. This can improve that all round feeling of health and wellness and give you that all-important energy boost.
Soy is also high in fibre which helps lower cholesterol, improve gut bacteria, and gut function. A healthy gut means better performance in and out of the gym.
How is Soy Protein in comparison with Whey & Casein Protein?
No need to panic if Whey doesn’t work for you — soy protein is the perfect alternative to smash your gym goals, or to simply supplement a plant-based diet.
One of the reasons why people are moving towards a more plant based diets in general and plant proteins in particular is to eat less dietary cholesterol, as a diet that is high in dairy and meats is often high in cholesterol.
A benefit of soy protein is that it has no cholesterol and low amounts of saturated fat, whilst being a high quality protein. This makes soy protein a useful alternative to dairy-based proteins like Whey and Casein.
Soy protein contains beneficial plant compounds that - some studies suggest - may lower your cholesterol levels.
Lactose intolerance is one of the most common food sensitivities that exists. Whey and Casein proteins are made from dairy, so if you suffer from lactose intolerance both Whey and Casein would not be a good option.
Whey protein is more rapidly absorbed than soy protein. Because of its slightly slower absorption rates compared to whey protein, Soy protein has the benefit of keeping you feeling full for longer.
How should I consume Soy Protein?
Soy protein can be used as a replacement or an addition to your diet.
Thinking of taking on a more plant based lifestyle? Soy protein could be a great option.
Soy protein can also be used as an addition to your regular diet. If you’re looking to increase your protein intake.
Does Soy Protein help in Weight Loss?
Looking to get lean? Soy protein supplementation can fit easily into a calorie deficit diet just as well as a diet designed for muscle gain. Soy is high in an amino acid called leucine, which is responsible for driving muscle growth. This process is essential for both cutting and bulking when you want to maintain and build muscle.
What are the side effects of Soy Protein?
Soy has several myths and wrong information associated with it. It has been linked to lowering testosterone in men and increasing phytoestrogens. Recent research has found these claims to be untrue. The earlier studies had also referred to isolated cases where the intake of soy protein was extremely high and the diet itself was unbalanced.
All the recent research studies conclude that the risks of soy as a “feminising” food have been found to be completely untrue. Soy has neutral effect on testosterone when combined with a balanced diet. For most people, soy protein is considered safe with little to no side effects as long as you are not allergic to soy.