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Plant-based Proteins?

Protein is fundamental to our diet. Although a proper supply of proteins is particularly relevant for athletes, it remains essential for everyone else. Vegans, vegetarians but also flexitarians can find meeting protein requirements challenging at first. Raab Vitalfood’s plant-based proteins are a reliable alternative when deliberately avoiding animal protein sources. Amongst other things, they are obtained from almonds and pumpkin seeds. Plant-based proteins vary in protein concentration depending on the source of protein—this means that even from peas and rice, we can obtain 80% plant-based protein! And they are even fun to use: You can use the proteins as a flour substitute when baking, stir them in your porridge or add them to your favourite drink. Give your body an extra boost of protein the quick and easy way and get some additional essential amino acids in the process.

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what are

Plant-based Proteins?

Protein is fundamental to our diet. Although a proper supply of proteins is particularly relevant for athletes, it remains essential for everyone else. Vegans, vegetarians but also flexitarians can find meeting protein requirements challenging at first. Raab Vitalfood’s plant-based proteins are a reliable alternative when deliberately avoiding animal protein sources. Amongst other things, they are obtained from almonds and pumpkin seeds. Plant-based proteins vary in protein concentration depending on the source of protein—this means that even from peas and rice, we can obtain 80% plant-based protein! And they are even fun to use: You can use the proteins as a flour substitute when baking, stir them in your porridge or add them to your favourite drink. Give your body an extra boost of protein the quick and easy way and get some additional essential amino acids in the process.

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Plant-based proteins - not just for vegetarians and vegans

Vegans and vegetarians avoid meat, but this also means they lose out on its protein. Because our body needs protein (build body cells and support wound healing, for example), it is not advisable to avoid it altogether. For those who avoid eating meat and fish (and potentially even protein-rich eggs and dairy), we recommend plant-based proteins in their many forms as an alternative. Legumes and nuts contain protein, but plant-based proteins can also be consumed in a more concentrated form as a powder. Raab Vitalfood offers a wide range of plant-based proteins. Since (plant-based) proteins help with the growth of muscles, they are also very popular with athletes.

 

Plant-based protein in drinks and food recipes

Rice is one of many plants that contains protein. Rice protein is tasteless and suitable for sweet as well as savoury dishes. Hemp protein, on the other hand, is a plant-based protein with a slightly nutty flavour—a perfect ingredient in smoothies. Of course, the same is true for walnut protein. Raab Vitalfood also offers pea protein, a plant-based protein which can be used to refine soups and sauces. Furthermore, sesame and lupin protein can be used in baking—just substitute part of the regular flour with the plant-based protein and enjoy! Each of these plant-based proteins contains all eight essential amino acids. Plant-based proteins can be used in drinks like smoothies and shakes, for baking and to refine soups and sauces as well as mueslis and desserts—a wide selection for every need!