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It’s made from defatted soy beans using a stringent process which removes a vast majority of the fat and carbohydrate content – resulting in a healthy product with over 90% protein content, while of course, being completely lactose free.
Soy Protein Isolate also boasts a comprehensive amino acid profile, including over 6g of leucine per 100g.
It’s an excellent choice for all types of athletes and recreational gym goers to support a variety of training goals, with the high protein content contributing to the growth and maintenance of lean muscle mass.
It’s ideal for vegetarians, vegans and those with special dietary requirements such as a milk allergy. Soy Protein Isolate is perfect for increasing daily protein intake.
We recommend taking Soy Protein Isolate either before or after a training session, or at any time throughout the day to increase protein intake.
Add 1 1/4 large scoops (30g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout.
Chocolate: Soy Protein (Soy) (92%), Natural and Artifical Flavoring (Natural and Artifical Flavoring, Cocoa Powder, Sweetners (Sucralose, Acesulfame K) Salt)
Unflavoured: Soy Protein (Soy)
|Serving Size 1 ¼ large scoops (30g)|
|Serving per container 33 (2.2lb)|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories||100||Calories from Fat 5|
|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|
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It's perfect! I use it nearly every day.
I have tried to mix this stuff with everything, and no matter what it is still incredibly disgusting. The texture is what gets me, I can't even choke it down. Don't buy because its a good deal, make sure you research what soy protien taste like. I wish I could return it but now I have a 5 lb bag that I just look at Goes Well With:Absolutely nothing
I initially brought this protein to complement my recent endeavor into vegetarianism. I read all of the reviews and decided that I could deal with the taste and texture, as I'm used to buying unflavored protein and supplements. I was, however, not prepared for the literal pancake batter pudding that this particular protein powder produces. I have mixed this with water, milk and various juices. I have blended it in a Ninja, Vitamix, and used a blender bottle. Nothing. Absolutely nothing cuts the chalky texture, or stops it from forming a viscous, partially gelatinous, unflavored, mildly sandy porridge for your protein supplementing pleasure. This powder may be useful in actual pancake, cake or other confectionery batter; however, I would implore you to dig deep, really explore your emotional attachment to soy, and make a pragmatic decision about this. This is not for your blender bottle. It does not matter what you do or how hard you shake (ha!) it. is. not. worth. the. drinking. pain. This stuff may actually make a decent beer batter - I may try that to make myself feel better about fried items. Like, ordering a diet coke with my triple bacon (soy bacon) burger (veggie burgers now). Just order the whey, unless you're really in to thick, thicc...pudding. Goes Well With:I haven't found anything yet
I mix this protein with oatmeal, almond milk, and baking. It mixes well and has a pretty good taste to it. The chocolate taste may not be strong but nothing is unpleasant about the product. I like how there isn't a lot of added sodium like much soy and pea protein. I would recommend this product to active vegans. Mix it with the oats! Goes Well With:oatmeal, almond milk, and baking products.
Good stuff. Don't fear the soy. Goes Well With:Exercise. Crunchy stuff. Assorted cereals.
This mixes well within my smoothies however the taste is something that could be improved. By itself (or with milk) it does not taste well but when mixed with ingredients such as fruits, peanut butter, etc., the subpar taste goes away.
Did not like the taste or texture! Didn't mix well in milk or water!! Will never purchase this product again!Goes Well With:ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
Macros are good, low fat and carb, high protein with such a low price when it is on sale. As for the mixability, because the nature of the powder, it is very thick, I mix the powder with a little water or milk first using a spoon, then add more water/milk and shake them in a shake bottle. there is no chalk at all. I like soy milk, this one taste exactly like soy milk after mixing in milk, but without all the fat and carbs. It taste better after microwaving. And, I got the product five days before expected delivery. After all, I am totally satisfied. Goes Well With:milk,
I like the consistency and mixability of soy protein. HOWEVER I am so frustrated that this has become one of the only vegan protein options for the U.S. now. Please bring back pea and brown rice protein!! I don't want to be eating an excess amount of soy protein in my diet. I will continue to buy my proteins elsewhere if my only option is soy. Goes Well With:almond milk, smoothies, oatmeal
I really like this soy protein as a substitute for dairy products. I mix it with a little less water and a few flavor drops and it makes a thick great tasting "pudding." Sodium content is a little bit higher than most other powders but I don't notice any effect on taste. It doesn't really have much of a taste when just mixed with water, it is a lot thicker than whey powders though. I'd recommend it.Goes Well With:Flavor drops, water
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