Sunwarrior plant-based protein is a great tasting, smooth, vegan protein for an unrivalled fitness lifestyle.
The ultimate plant-based superfood protein designed for fitness and health enthusiasts. Ideal for those who want to build muscle, lose fat and increase athletic performance.
Rice protein, unlike other vegetable proteins, isn't lacking in any of these key building blocks for protein with a balanced amino acid profile comparable with whey and much better than soy. Whey and soy however, are associated with allergies and sensitivities. Whey is made from dairy by-products and may create issues with lactose sensitivities. Many whey fans also report unwanted problems such as excess gas, bloating, and digestive issues.
Soy contains phytoestrogens that mimic the human hormone and cause problems. Soy allergies are also very common. Rice, on the other hand is very hypoallergenic. Rice is the perfect source for protein that won't upset stomachs; result in bloating, or cause allergic reactions. Rice protein is safe for vegans and vegetarians who want to avoid animal products including whey, casein, and egg. But they aren't the only ones to benefit. Rice protein isn't just for vegans, but supplies ample protein and complete amino acids for anyone at any activity level or with any lifestyle.
As a complete protein, Sunwarrior's Classic Protein is ready to rebuild and repair muscle after workouts. Rice protein is a little slower to digest than whey, making it a good pre-workout supplement and a good protein for endurance athletes.
Protein creates a thermic effect, heating up the body. Lean protein sources, like rice protein can be incorporated into a healthy weight loss plan.
Sunwarrior uses an old-world, low temperature, enzymatic process that includes the whole grain of brown rice, including the germ, endosperm, and bran. This unique process captures a protein that's silky smooth and mixes well. Most important, it tastes great!
Complete Protein Brown rice protein powder contains all nine essential amino acids that the body cannot synthesize but still needs in order to produce all the muscle tissue, enzymes, and hormones we require to survive.