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Are you looking for the best vegan protein
powder? In this video we’ll break down the top vegan
protein powders available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best vegan protein powders on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Vega
One Organic All-in-One Shake. Nearly everyone likes the rich, creamy taste
of Vega One Organic All-in-One Shakes. If you hate a certain flavor, don’t worry
– you have 6 others to choose from. There are classic flavors, like Chocolate
and French Vanilla, as well as modern favorites like Coconut Almond, Berry, and Mocha. Try the unsweetened version of this all-in-one
shake if you don’t like flavored dietary supplements. Some shake drinkers warn that the flavored
varieties are a bit sweet. This fine protein powder is great for mixing,
shaking, and blending with warm or cold beverages. You can even use it as a flour replacement
in recipes for gluten-free baked goods. Ingredients vary based on which flavor you
choose, but every variety contains non-GMO, gluten-free ingredients. These all-in-one shakes are fully vegan, with
no dairy or animal byproducts. A single serving of an organic Vega shake
contains 20 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber, plus Omega-3 ALA, probiotics, and antioxidants. This makes the shakes ideal for people who
want to improve their overall dietary habits while incorporating more protein. Price ranges from $30 to $100 depending on
which size and flavor of Vega One protein powder you choose. A large tub costs around $46, which is a reasonable
price when you consider what’s inside. At number 2 we have the Orgain Organic Plant-Based
Protein Powder. This is a decent-tasting protein powder that
generally isn’t described as chalky. Some reviewers compare it to Garden of Life’s
protein powders, especially the vanilla varieties. There are multiple flavors to choose from,
including Chocolate Fudge, Vanilla Almond, Vanilla Bean, Cookies and Cream, and Peanut
Butter. The last two aren’t flavors commonly found
in gluten-free protein powders, so this brand is great if you’re looking for something
new. The texture is smooth and thick, especially
if you combine it with fruit and coconut milk in a blender. You can also mix it with water or juice, but
it might not turn out as smooth. The ingredients are dairy free, soy free,
and gluten free. Many vegans also like that there is no carrageenan,
a controversial ingredient often used as a thickener in foods and supplements. Unfortunately – or fortunately, depending
on how you feel about sugar alcohols – this protein powder contains erythritol. It also has guar gum and acacia gum. All of these ingredients may cause digestive
discomfort, especially if you fuel up with multiple servings of this organic protein
powder each day. On a positive note, each 150-calorie serving
gives you 21 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber. The protein comes from peas, brown rice, and
chia seeds. Prices vary drastically by flavor. Vanilla Bean costs around $28, while Chocolate
Fudge is nearly $48 for the same size. At number 3 we have the KOS Organic Plant-Based
Protein Powder. Health-minded vegans rave about the delicious
taste of KOS organic protein powder. Organic Stevia and monk fruit lend a satisfying
sweetness that mingles beautifully with creamy coconut milk and Himalayan pink sea salt,
disguising the pea protein and pumpkin protein that sometimes dominate vegan supplements. This is definitely one of the tastiest – possibly
even the best tasting, depending on your palate – vegan protein powders out there. KOS boasts a super-smooth formula that blends
easily, whether you stick it in an actual blender or just grab a spoon and stir it into
some almond milk. The unpleasant grit and clumps associated
with many vegan protein powders are not an issue with KOS. This KOS protein powder is loaded with vegan
yumminess, including coconut milk, coconut sugar, flax seed protein, pea protein, quinoa
protein, pumpkin seed protein, and Stevia. There’s also a powerful DigeSEB Enzyme Blend
that helps your body absorb nutrients, so you can maximize your nutritional benefits
with every sip. Since it’s a vegan supplement, you won’t
find any dairy products. It’s also gluten free and soy free, which
is a relief to many vegans with allergies. Each 170-calorie serving contains 20 grams
of protein and half of your daily recommended value of vitamin C.
A 30-serving canister of this vegan superfood supplement will set you back about $40. You can reduce the cost by choosing the Subscribe
and Save option on Amazon. At number 4 we have the Amazing Grass Green
Superfood Organic Protein Powder. Some people love the earthy taste of this
plant-based protein powder, while others complain that it’s way too strong. Cacao powder lends a rich flavor to the Chocolate
variety, which helps mask ingredients like broccoli, wheat grass, and spinach. The texture of this green protein powder is
okay if you stick it in the blender with veggies or fruits. You can also mix it with water, juice, or
nondairy milk if you don’t mind a few clumps. Reviewers complain that it doesn’t pair
well with cold beverages. This protein powder is packed with alkalizing
goodness. It boasts a nutrient-rich blend of broccoli,
spirulina, spinach, flax seeds, beets, carrots, and numerous other organic plant-based ingredients
enhanced with natural chocolate flavor. There’s no added sugar, and all of the ingredients
are gluten free. One serving alone gives you 2 grams of protein,
which isn’t much when you compare it with other protein powders on our list. However, you get plenty of vitamin K, vitamin
C, vitamin A, iron, and potassium if you consume this antioxidant-filled supplement. This protein powder is geared toward people
who value overall wellness, not people who just want to load up on protein. Prices range from $15 to $45 for this vegan
superfood supplement. Not sure you’re ready to pay that much? Request a sample pack for just $2. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Garden of Life Raw Organic Meal. We’ll be honest, this shake doesn’t taste
as great as some of the other options on our list of faves, especially if you aren’t
used to eating healthy food. It’s not super sweet, and you can definitely
taste some of the plant-based ingredients. If you hate the taste of this protein powder,
try mixing it with juice or dumping it in a smoothie. There are 4 flavors available for Garden of
Life Raw Organic Meal Replacement Shakes: Vanilla, Chocolate, Vanilla Chai, and Lightly
Sweet. The Lightly Sweet is best if you want something
that won’t overpower other ingredients in a smoothie. The texture is thick and slightly gritty. You can mix this protein powder with water
or dairy-free milk, but we recommend adding it to a blender with some sort of liquid if
you want a semi-smooth texture. Otherwise, you may end up with some lumps
and clumps. This raw organic meal replacement boasts 44
superfoods, including pea protein, chia seeds, cauliflower, blackberries, and blueberries. You won’t find a healthier vegan protein
supplement, at least not as far as nutrient-rich, minimally processed ingredients go. Two scoops of this gluten-free protein powder
gives you 20 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber. Probiotics support your digestive system,
while vitamin C strengthens your immune system. Expect to pay somewhere between $24 and $45
for this raw organic meal replacement powder depending on size and variety. So that sums up our top vegan protein powders
of 2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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