3 Reasons why plant protein is ‘whey’ better for you

You’re not alone if you’ve ever been overwhelmed by the number of protein powder options on a store shelf. While each product has a specific application, plant-based, vegan protein powder is one option that many of us could benefit from including in our diet. Even if you do not live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, you may find that incorporating vegan protein powder into your routine benefits you. In this article, we discuss three main benefits of vegan protein over whey protein and how incorporating them into your diet can help you.

  1. Doesn’t cause bloating:

It’s important to note that some people may experience bloating or discomfort at first when incorporating any type of protein powder into their diet. It’s common to believe that the protein is the problem, but this is rarely the case, especially if their digestive enzymes are adequate and they’re breaking down foods properly. In most cases like this, the type (or quality) of protein powder may be the source of the problem. We have seen this happen a lot with people who use whey protein powders, which is likely due to common food sensitivity and allergens. When they switch from supplements containing soy protein isolate to other options that may be less inflammatory, their symptoms usually disappear.

For those who have trouble digesting whey protein, using a grass-fed whey protein concentrate with digestive enzymes (such as bromelain and papain) added or switching to an ultra-pure, lactose-free whey isolate can help. However, the whey protein nature can cause bloating or gas in some people. In that case, a high-quality, soy-free, plant-based vegan protein powder is usually the way to go, as it provides a convenient way to increase your protein intake without causing digestive issues.

  1. Alkalize your body:

Plant-based protein powder can also help to balance our bodies’ natural pH levels. Foods that are more acidic in nature, such as meat and carbohydrates, cause our pH levels to become out of control. To deal with the change, our bodies take minerals from our bones and other places and distribute them appropriately.

Plant-based diets aid in the reduction of acidity in our diets. Plants with a high chlorophyll content (the greener, the better) provide the alkalinity that our bodies require. Your body will thank you for providing it with the essential vitamins and minerals it requires, whether it’s a shot of wheatgrass juice, your favourite spinach salad, or plant-based protein powder.

  1. It’s Allergy-free:

Cow dairy is one of the most common food sensitivities, and as a result, dairy-free eating is becoming more popular. Determining whether dairy is good or bad for your body is a personal decision that requires experimentation and observation of your reaction, inflammation, and symptoms when consuming. However, many dairy-based foods, such as milk and yogurt, are high in protein, and popular dairy alternatives, such as almond milk or coconut milk yogurt, don’t compare in terms of protein content to their regular dairy counterparts. As a result, those who avoid dairy must usually supplement with extra protein. Because whey and casein are both derived from dairy, vegan protein is the best alternative.

Whether you prefer an omnivorous or plant-based eating style, using vegan protein powder can add convenience and specific benefits to your nutrition plan. Origin Nutrition provides healthy vegan protein powders in four different variants: chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, and unflavoured. All of our products are very reasonably priced. All of our products are very reasonably priced. You can check out our assorted trial pack which has all four flavors before coming to a final decision.