To find the best protein powder for your body and lifestyle, consider:
What are you trying to achieve? Do you train regularly? Are you trying to lose weight or gain muscle or simply meet your daily recommended intake?
Different goals call for different ingredients and nutritional requirements - With so many types of protein powders to choose from, there are products made to burn fat, powders made from green veggies, powders made from fruits, powders made from hemp, gluten free powders, vegan powders - anything your body is asking for, there’s typically a protein powder ready to provide the appropriate nutrients.
If your goal is to lose weight, slim down and burn excess fat, try our ‘Watermelon fat burning protein powder’.
If you're living a vegan lifestyle, try our ‘Like a vegan vanilla protein powder’.
If you’re looking for a boost for your training session, try our ‘Top of the choc - whey chocolate protein powder’.
Consider any dietary requirements you may have, so, make sure you read the ingredient list and nutrient information.
- Whey vs plant based protein
Whey protein is the most popular among gym goers, but for those with stricter dietary requirements, it may not be the best protein powder option. Whey is milk-based, packed with essential amino acids to help repair and increase muscle size and strength. However, those who suffer from lactose or gluten intolerances may need to look for plant based protein powders as a viable supplement.
Those who live a vegetarian, vegan or gluten free lifestyle can still reap the benefits of protein powder made from the best plant sources to ensure you get all the nutrients your body needs.
The ingredient list and nutrition information
Find out how much protein you need for your body type and check the nutrition information on protein powders for calories, fats, carbohydrates and grams of protein in the product. Finding the best protein powder for your body, fitness level and lifestyle is important to make sure you’re getting the most out of your workout and maximising your protein intake.