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What is Pea Protein Isolate?
It’s a natural vegetable-based protein which offers a comprehensive nutritional and amino acid profile. Free of gluten, lactose, and cholesterol, Pea Protein Isolate is a great alternative to milk-based proteins and is the perfect option for vegans looking to increase their protein intake.
Why choose Pea Protein Isolate?
It's a great source of protein for those with certain food intolerances. Pea Protein Isolate has over 23g of protein per serving, which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
Plus, it’s low in fat too!
Who is Pea Protein Isolate suitable for?
It’s ideal for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake and for anyone who may suffer from lactose, dairy or gluten intolerances.
When to use?
We recommend taking before or after exercise, or as required throughout the day.
We recommend adding 1 large scoop (30g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout. Alternatively consume any time of day to increase your daily protein intake.
Vanilla: Pea Protein Isolate (Soy) (93%), Natural and Artifical Flavoring (Natural and Artifical Flavoring, Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K))
Chocolate: Pea Protein Isolate (Soy) (60%), Natural and Artifical Flavoring (Natural and Artifical Flavoring, Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K), Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder)
Protein (dry basis): 24.6g
Protein (as is): 23.4g
of which saturates: 0.17g
of which mono unsaturates: 0.26g
of which poly unsaturates: 0.45g
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
I loved this stuff, but it's been out of stock for 4 months at least! Is it discontinued? Say it ain't so! I bought 22lbs of it to help me get through the school year. Much better than the brown rice protein, which is gritty and has an off-putting smell. This stuff was just great value! I haven't found anything better than it, and I've tried a couple new brands this summer. Goes Well With:Soymilk and mild fruit smoothies
Mixes easily on its own in a mug, mixed with a rod. I mix slowly adding water until it gets to be a sort of foam, then add to other foods. Once mixed with water, it can be added easily to just about anything - I add to prepared oatmeal for breakfast. Yes, I'm weird. Easily mixed into soups or used in place of starch thickeners. Taste is like very mild pea soup. Hope this comes back in stock again, soon.
This pea protein taste absolutely horrible. It is unquestionably the worst protein supplement I've ever had and in the mix of the worst tasting things I've had in my life (right up there with castor oil). I haven't found a single thing to mask the taste. In fact the other review seem awful questionable given my unpleasant experience with this protein powder. The only thing that seems to mask the taste and even then, marginally, are really acidic juices; apple, pineapple or grapefruit juice. Don't purchase this even though the price is great, it sucks, since you won't use it.Goes Well With:Nothing. It taste like garbage.
An amazing protein that I'm super happy I gave a chance to. I now greatly prefer it to whey protein.Goes Well With:Skim milk, cocoa powder and peanut butter all mixed together in a blender. Add a banana for extra carbs and it's to die for.
Great product unflavored and good vegetarian protein with no side effects of diary. Glad that there are choices out there like this. Wish there was less sodium on it. Other ingredients are alright. This limits the number of scoops i can take in a day. Otherwise i would be all over this.Goes Well With:Anything you can think of. Breakfast - pancake mix, oatmeal, smoothies - watermelon with protein powder, soups- cabbage soup,... just go with your imagination..
Cheapest protein you can find. Easy to digest and the taste is tolerable. I drink it with cold water
Pea Protein mixes easily. No clumping. Taste is as expected, as you are not getting a mouthful of sweeteners etc. I am thankful that Myprotein is one that is offering something besides a product that is sweetened with sucralose. Anytime you stray from what God and nature intended, you are asking for trouble. Now if they could get this stuff flavored naturally like they do the impact whey with stevia and natural flavors. Goes Well With:Almond milk, coconut milk, carob powder, stevia.
I tried different ways to improve the taste of the pea protein. Mixing it with cold water does not work. What improved the taste for me was to mix the pea protein with hot water to a thick soup consistency and add a little olive oil and lemon juice. Tastes like hummus!
I bought this and mix it with brown rice for a mixture of amino acids. The pea protein has a better texture. Considering that the only ingredient is pea protein, that's pretty awesome! Great price.Goes Well With:Flavour drops
Firstly, it took 17 days to ship, so that was very slow. The powder tastes like grinded raw peas, which was to be expected but still, the taste is horrible in water. If you make meals with it, it can be fine but in any shake, its pretty much going to ruin the shake. It also contains 0.4g of sodium per scoop, which is quite high. For the price though, its worth it, and the only comparable product at the same price would be the economy whey from CanadianProtein. Also it mixes well, but there is a grainy texture to the shake.Goes Well With:Meals, so you cant actually taste the powder
I cannot stand sweet stuff or shakes. The only sweet drink I have is coffee. I prefer to add protein to my soups and stews. This pea protein is great - it acts like a thickening agent in place of con flour or white flour. Of course, I don't add it when I am cooking, I add it to my serving bowl. I don't really find the taste too different than regular flour in a soup. I even added some of it to a rice noodle dish. For me, this is the perfect protein powder. Goes Well With:Applications are endless - add to scrambled eggs, pasta/noodle dishes, curries, soups and stews.
First of all, the price of this is every reason to buy the protein if you can't tolerate lactose like me. It is so cheap and protein is still protein. The only problem with this is that the taste is horrible, but you get used to it after a week or two of constant use.Tt doesn't mix too well in a shaker bottle either. Other than that, its a great price for a not so great tasting protein.Goes Well With:Protein pancakes
One of the best and most affordable vegan proteins I've bought yet. Plus- contrary to what other people say, I don't really mind the the unflavored taste. It's very nutty and goes great in oatmeal. This is truly a must-have for me. 10/10Goes Well With:Oatmeal, Smoothies
Taste is horrible by itself and very strong, great value tho.Goes Well With:Nutella, peanut butter
This is the first pea protein isolate I've ever used so I don't have much comparison to base my review off of but I love the price and quantity of this stuff. I use this nearly everyday and I bought a bag of this almost 3 months ago... still got some left. Typically I combine it with the brown rice protein and make a smoothie with it in the morning. If you're looking for a non dairy protein and don't mind flavoring it or making smoothies then this is a great buy! Goes Well With:Smoothies, Almond Milk, Water (with flavoring), etc..
The pea protein isolate (unflavored) is a simple yet effective product. It makes it easier to hit my protein macros without using whey, which my body has a hard time processing. The pea protein is very dense but mixes well. This also makes shakes much thicker than whey does which is something I like. My only issue is that since it is unflavored, the taste isn't good but it's not that bad either. Myprotein please make some flavored versions of this!!!!!Goes Well With:-Shakes -Pancakes! -Mix with cereal