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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 21g of protein per serving, which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
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.
Unflavoured: Pea Protein Isolate (100%)
Vanilla: Pea Protein Isolate, Natural and Artifical Flavoring (Natural and Artifical Flavoring, Sweeteners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K))
|Serving Size 1 Large Scoop (25g)|
|Serving per container 40 (2.2 lb)|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories||100||Calories from Fat 10|
|Vitamin A||0%||Vitamin C||0%|
|* Percent daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily
values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65 g||80 g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||20 g||25 g|
|Cholesterol||Less than||300 mg||300 mg|
|Sodium||Less than||2,400 mg||2,400 mg|
|Potassium||Less than||3,500 mg||3,500 mg|
|Total carbohydrates||300 g||375 g|
|Dietary Fiber||25 g||30 g|
|Protein||50 g||65 g|
*Based on unflavored
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The good: - Very cheap - Actually pure pea protein, no soy, no dairy - Has 40% daily iron per serving - Is great for anyone who can't eat hard foods and wants protein. The bad: - Tastes bad. Almost impossible for me to drink it straight. Flavouring with sweet flavours is hard and doesn't always work without lots of flavouring. Salty flavouring may be the best way to go, something that would taste like a soup.Goes Well With:Soups (tomato, cream of potato, cream of mushroom, cream of broccoli, etc.), almond milk and spices to effectively make a soup
The taste is average, this protein powder is waaaaaay to dry. Only do 1 scoop, try to do 2 and mix with coconut milk, and you got goop 😖Goes Well With:Not really sure at this point
I bought the unflavored version so it definitely wasn't going to taste good. My taste rating is off of a mixture of almond milk, sugar, and cocoa powder. It mixed incredibly well (the easiest mixing protein I've had) and tasted and felt good. Overall, it's a great effective protein powder. My only complaint (which isn't a fault of the company) is that pea protein is slightly lacking in methionine. Nothing a little rice protein won't fix though.Goes Well With:Sweetened almond milk and chocolate flavoring/cocoa powder. Rice protein powder for complementary amino acid profiles.
I've always had a great experience with other supplements from MyProtein (whey isolate, BCAA powder, men's multivitamin), so I did not hesitate to go ahead and buy the 5-pound bag for this pea protein. However I am extremely disappointed in this product and simply cannot recommend it for a couple of reasons. 1. It gave me explosive diarrhea. I know it is specific to this pea protein because I've had no problems with pea proteins from other brands in the past. 2. Does not mix well. Clumps and is very thick, and the texture is also quite gritty. Overall, not a product that I will be finishing, much less buying again.
Definitely put it in a shake, alone, it's taste is quite wierd - literally just like peas. The best thing about it is the texture, and the worst thing is foaming. It foams quite a lot if you shake it up by itself, blended with other things it is less of a problem. 9/10 I would say. Tastes great with flavored soymilk.Goes Well With:Flavored Soymilks
One of my favorite dairy free protein options. I throw it in my daily smoothie and can’t taste it. But if you drink it by itself it’s very interesting. Great texture Goes Well With:Smoothies or making pancakes (taste like a biscuit though)
This review is to provide suggestions for alternate ways to consume this pea protein and to discuss my experiences with it. Do you like savory flavories? How about vegetable soup? I add this powder to hot water in my travel mug and blend it all together with a little battery-operated milk frother I bought on amazon. I add a few shakes of garlic salt, ground black pepper, and some Mrs. Dash salt-free vegetable seasoning. It’s a nice hot drink… soup–to-go. Filling and satisfying in the morning but light enough to not make me drowsy. I like that I can add my blend of powdered calcium and magnesium supplement to this vegetable protein soup drink. One teaspoon of my calc/mag supplement (I like Bulk Supplements brand products) goes really well in this drink even though it gives a slight chalky/gritty texture to others. The powder thickens up quickly in the water but cleans easily out of my travel mug (plastic cover and stainless steel mug interior) even after a day at work. Break away from the typical sweet protein shakes. Creative types can find many ways to incorporate this into regular meals or make new meals from it. I do recommend. Goes Well With:Hot water, salt, pepper. Hot water, diced turkey, carrots, celery.
I was looking forward to trying this out (unflavored) but was skeptical about the handful of negative reviews due to taste. Not sure what the complaint is. I'm not terribly picky, but I thought adding a scoop with another scoop of flavored whey protein was still enjoyable. It diluted the flavor a bit but nothing to an awful taste of leucine powder. Really it reminded me of a meal replacement type of taste & texture. I'll even be considering using this for more savory dishes too! Final thoughts - not as good as typical flavored protein powders, but by all means the taste is tolerable and easy enough to mask. Can't beat the value either!Goes Well With:- Other flavored protein powders (imo) - Peanut butter, chocolate, or cacao powder
In more than two decades of protein-powder consumption, this was the first and only product that I have ever thrown out before finishing. I love the MyProtein brand, but this pea protein was so terrible that I threw out the entire bag after only one use. I would like to see more non-dairy proteins offered by MyProtein. It astounds me that enough people must buy this particular product for them to keep making and selling it.Goes Well With:a trash can
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.