Soy protein is a protein derived from the Soy bean Plant and is a non dairy alternative to Whey protein. Our Soy Whey protein is part of our unrivalled product range, containing a high protein content, exclusively developed to be lactose free and suitable for those with lactose intolerance or living a vegan lifestyle.
Protein is an essential macronutrient required to build muscle, however for those of us who follow vegan diets or are lactose intolerant finding the right protein can become a struggle. The dairy-free Myprotein Soy protein presents a huge 90% protein per serving, contributing to the growth and maintenance of lean muscle mass*.
Not only this but Soy protein also present an effective amino acid profile that can act to prevent muscle breakdown and aid muscle recovery, helping you to recover faster and more efficiently*.
Our soy protein contains a minimum amount of carbohydrates with no added fat or sugar, so is ideal for those looking to lose weight, cut fat and building strong more defined muscle*.
Soy protein can also be used for baking delicious goods, with 26.4g of protein per 30g serving.
Soy protein can be used pre and post workout and is suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans, Those with lactose intolerance and all individuals looking to increase their daily protein intake.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Add 250-350ml of water or milk into our shaker (the less liquid the thicker the shake will be). Then add 1 heaped MP large scoop (30g), shake and consume. Use 2-3 times daily or as required.
1 x level MP Plastic Scoop (large) weighs 28g. (not included)
Soy Protein Isolate, Cocoa Powder (chocolate flavours only), Flavouring (flavoured options only), Soy Lecithin (emulsifier), Sweetener (Sucralose® [flavoured options only]), coloring (Beetroot Red [strawberry flavour only]).
Protein (dry basis): 27.8g
Protein (as-is): 26.4g
of which sugars: Trace
Please note this nutritional information is taken from the unflavored version. When choosing a flavored version it will reduce the protein content by approximately 3% for most flavors, however chocolate, due to the added cocoa, will reduce it by approximately 8%.
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I bought this protein as I am lactose intolerant and egg white protein powders are just too expensive for me. I have only had one shake so far and I would lie if I didn't say that my stomach churned while drinking this!! I mixed 1 scoop with a little soy milk, water and 7 of the maple syrup drops with some 1/3 cup of raspberries. The shake was very thick and it tasted a bit like batter. Not that impressed but its very cheap! However, I have just noticed the best before date is Feb 2017 and I bought 5.5lbs!! Hopefully I will get through all of that so I havent wasted my money but that was a bit of a disappointed. Other than that, the protein content is higher than egg white protein, zero fat and little carbs so thats a winner. Will keep trying to see if I can make this taste nice!!!Goes Well With:I don't know yet!!! Nothing?!
I just can't hack the taste of pea protein. So, this soy protein works really well in my shakes and smoothies. Goes Well With:Banana smoothies
Great price, the taste is just awful, the mixability is non-existent but overall not bad because you can add pre-workout/ flavor drops for better flavor.Goes Well With:Flavor drops
Got this for a family member who is really sensitive to lactose. Worked well but packaging could have been better. They appear to have vacuum sealed this bag to get all of the order to fit in one box but it ended up damaging this bag.Goes Well With:Blueberry juice
The Good: -Great source of Protein -Mixes well (I use a NutriBullet) The Bad: -Doesn't taste good (the only option was unflavored, so no surprise, it tastes like protein powder. Just mixed it with chocolate almond milk and it taste great.)Goes Well With:Chocolate Almond Milk
For so many years soy has been the redheaded stepchild of protein. I dunno why... Firstly, look up "rennet" and realize that much of the available whey is made with rennet. What kind? Dunno... but soy sounds better already! Soy is inexpensive, has myriad documented health benefits, has a familiar pleasant taste in it's own way. Since soy is inexpensive you can but ISOLATE at a reasonable cost compared to other protein sources. Somehow people have gotten the idea that soy might somehow be associated with all the weird stuff that comes from Japan. It may be true that Japan produces 80% of the planet's weird, but I've been a heavy consumer of soy for many years and still pee standing up. Maybe this would be a good time to mention that I'm a man... Just give soy a try! Put 2 scoops Impact Whey 1 scoop Soy Isolate in the bullet with 4 eggs, 1 banana, 1 cup milk, tbsp sugar, 3-6 tbsp Canola or Olive oil. Eating 2 of these a day plus a reasonable meal my cholesterol stays around 165!!! Thanks MyProtein.Goes Well With:Rock hard abs and a side of BEEFCAKE!!!
Best-priced soy protein I've found, and the fact it's unflavored is a bonus in my book rather than a problem. I use this by blending it with fruit, dextrose, peanut butter and milk to make a thick smoothie, essentially adding in my own flavors as I wish. It also works wonderfully in baking - I've made protein cookies out of it, and a flavored powder would make them either taste off or limit what it could be used in (vanilla or chocolate would be bizarre if making something savory!) The one complaint I have is that, in absence of mechanical assistance from a blender or mixer, the powder doesn't like to mix into liquid. A whisk works best from my experience, but still takes quite a while to get the lumps out. Using a spoon just results in powder being flung around as it floats on top of water or milk. Adding powder before the liquid is a bad idea as the powder will just stay in a lump a the bottom of the bowl or container. However, a different soy protein I tried has this same issue so I'm not certain it's specific to this product or simply occurs in most soy protein. My advice: add it a little at a time as you mix, and either sift it or make sure it doesn't hit the liquid in clumps. Or just use a device to do it for you. Overall I'd say it's excellent for the price and great if you want to experiment with recipes and have a blender. But if you want an all-in-one instant shake this is NOT the powder for you.Goes Well With:Fruit, peanut butter, dextrose, cocoa, yoghurt, cereal, cooked into other foods. Use a whisk or blender.
I was looking for a whey alternative as they all give me a stomach ache. This had been the best so far; no stomach, digests easily, mixes well when blended. The taste is exactly as you would expect it to be for soy, which is not the best, but the taste is easily hidden. Biggest drawback is mixability. It is a bit clumpy, but that's about it. The only reason I'm not giving it a 5 star overall is because it's not the best protein for a scoop-shake-drink situation. Goes Well With:Honestly, everything! Just use a blender
I bought the unflavored as it's the only one currently available on the U.S. site. I can't speak for other flavors. Taste: cardboard, drywall, and pancake batter. Horrible by itself, I then tried mixing it with 2 scoops of Nesquick (chocolate milk mix) - still awful. Mixability: I initially mixed 1 scoop with 8oz of water which turned it into the consistency of stucko. When I say "stucko" I mean it wouldn't even pour from my shaker bottle. It looked like white flubber (Google Robin Williams/Flubber). I then added another 8oz of water which made it the consistency of pancake batter. I would love any suggestions on how to make this taste at least okGoes Well With:Absolutely nothing
This protein is great! I'm able to intake enough protein I need for a day to gain muscle. Perfect for me being a vegan. However the taste is horrible and it does not mix well! Unflavored is not good at all. There were no other flavors available. I just tough it out and not think about the taste because I just want a good protein at an affordable price. Also, the package says it includes a measuring scoop but I ordered multiple packages and not one has a scoop.Goes Well With:Mixed Fruit in a blender to give the protein flavor
Good source of protein for outside of milk based protein Good production, negative is short expiration dateGoes Well With:Banana, Avocado, fruits.
I don't expect it to taste particularly well since it is unflavored, however even mixed with fruit or with added stevia/sugar, it seems like I've had better soy protein isolates. Mixability is okay, but this protein seems very thick compared to others. The recommended serving is 30g to 8 oz water, but it comes out like a thin sludge, and if you add less powder to have a thinner but still creamy consistency, it just seems watered down and not that good. So thats it. Its a bit too thick Protein is protein though and I personally use very little of this at a time when I mix it with milk so I don't realize its there and that makes it good. I also use it in water just to hit left over protein macros at the end of the day, which doesn't taste good, but hits macros very effectively after a lot of high carb/fat food which is the main thing I look for and why it is worth buying. It is a good price when on sale and with the discount code, so very much worth it.Goes Well With:Soy/almond Milk, fruit smoothie
Unflavored, what worries me is that the UK version says GMO free while the US version does not.
Being a vegan, I needed something to help increase the protein in my diet. This unflavored product does the trick! Allows me to use this in a variety of meals without having to worry about flavor combination. Will buy againGoes Well With:anything
I am so glad they started to import here in the US. I use it in my shake along with soy yogurt, stevia and waxy maze, and take it before my w.o.Goes Well With:Any carbs
Tastes as expected, it is unflavored so the taste reminds me of baked snap pea crisps. I haven't tried mixing it with anything other than water yet, so I'm sure it would be better that way. It definitely doesn't mix as well as whey proteins, but not bad overall. I would definitely purchase it again.Goes Well With:milk probably
I bought this for a great price and did not expect such a large amount (but more is good!). It has a neutral taste as it is flavorless. This is good for when I mix it with vanilla soy milk and it's even better with the flavor drops. The only problem is I have a hard time trying to get the little clumps to break down so I often am swallowing little protein clump. I might try this protein mix with water soon and see how that mixes together. Overall, this is a good protein mix for people who want a flavorless mix and you can use any kind of flavor drops with it to give it a kick.Goes Well With:Raspberry flavor drops and vanilla soy milk Strawberry flavor drops and vanilla soy milk
I had a hard time drinking the unflavored soy protein isolate mixed with plain water. It's awful. The taste isn't actually very strong, but when there is nothing masking the flavor it can be stomach churning.HOWEVER, all is not lost. The great thing is you can flavor it with whatever you'd like. In my case I bought some Nesquik (available in strawberry & chocolate, both good) and mixed it with the soy and milk. The ratio of Nesquik & isolate is about 1:1. They key point here in mixing the stuff is to put in the powders in first and then mix the two powders together thoroughly before putting in the milk. If you don't do this the soy protein WILL stick to itself and the container, making it extremely difficult to mix. Using this method you do not need a shaker bottle at all and you don't get any chunks!Goes Well With:Milk, Nesquik
I bought the Soy Isolate Unflavored when it was on sale and decided to give it a try. I am also lactose intolerant so this was a plus for the soy. Usually whey can make me bloated or a bit sick after I take it. Soy Isolate hasn't given me any tummy issues, or bloating; which is great for someone that wants to get the protein in without a dairy supplement. The Soy Isolate mixes pretty well, a bit less than the MyProtein Impact Whey Isolate, but very comparable in performance. I usually use a blender for my shakes and it mixes very well. It is a bit rougher of a taste (grainier taste) but can vary on what you use to mix it with (thicker with things like yogurts or thinner like juice or water). You can smell the soy a bit in the shake, smells like pancake batter. Which smells good for me :D. Mixes really well with foods like yogurts, oatmeal, pancake mix, cake mix, and some mashed foods. One of the key points with Soy protein powder is that you can bake with it and not ruin dishes that whey would do. I plan on experimenting more soy with different baked dishes. Overall a great buy and cost less than Whey Isolate as well. Worth a try for anyone. Especially people who are lactose or vegans. Goes Well With:Water, oatmeal, smoothies, many baked goods.
This soy isolate is basically the same as other pure isolates: very high in protein, mixes well with a blender, tastes pretty rough. I bought some flavor drops to mask the soy taste and they did fantastically!Goes Well With:Water, almond milk, oatmeal