What is Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar?
Being on a vegan diet can make meeting your protein demands through whole foods quite a challenge. Unfortunately, many protein bars on the market are made from animal products that aren’t suitable for plant-based lifestyles.
This is why we created a great tasting, vegan protein bar made with 3 high-quality plant proteins, prebiotic fibers, and healthy fats from coconut for a completely plant-based meal replacement that’s easy to digest and gives your body the nutrients it needs to recover, repair, and perform at peak capacity.
Not only does Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar come packed with essential amino acids and beneficial micronutrients, but also prebiotic fibers like inulin and healthy fats from coconut to help fortify your gut health and keep you energized throughout the day.
Each serving of Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar contains:
- 22 g of high-quality plant protein from soy, rice, and pea proteins
- 20 g of beneficial prebiotic fibers for optimizing digestion and nutrient absorption
- Healthy fats (medium-chain triglycerides) from coconut
- Added vitamins, minerals, and L-carnitine
- Natural orange chocolate flavor and natural sweeteners
- No artificial flavors, aspartame, or acesulfame-K
With little else in the way of plant-based protein bars, it’s sensible for most all vegans and vegetarians to consider using this vegan meal replacement bar.
Benefits of Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar
Research suggests that active individuals should consume around 1.3-1.5 g of protein per kilogram of body weight, daily.1 Unfortunately, this isn't always practical or feasible for those on a vegan diet since it requires a very high intake of vegetables and may cause gastric distress.
For example, 200 grams of green peas provides roughly 160 calories, 29 grams of carbohydrates (11 of which are sugars), and 10 grams of protein. That means a vegan gym-goer who weighs 100 kg would have to eat upwards of 3,400 grams of green peas every day just to meet their protein needs. 3,400 g of green peas packs 493 grams of carbs and 187 grams of sugar - obviously, not the most sensible macronutrient breakdown for health and longevity.
As such, being on a vegan or plant-based diet makes it very challenging to meet your protein needs solely through whole foods since most plant foods have a much higher carbohydrate content than they do protein.
This is where Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar comes in handy by providing a complete amino acid profile (like whey protein does) from three different highly bioavailable and easily digestible plant sources. In addition, each bar comes loaded with prebiotic fibers, MCTs, micronutrients, and L-carnitine to give your body a complete vegan meal that keeps you satisfied for hours on end.
Whether you’re a vegan athlete looking to build and repair muscle or a health-enthusiast that wants a high-quality, vegan meal replacement bar to help meet your daily nutrient needs, the Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar is for you.
What Makes Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar the Best Plant-Based Protein Powder?
Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar is designed for those on plant-based diets, but is also beneficial for those who eat animal products. We use three different plant protein sources to create a synergistic, balanced amino acid profile that’s easy-to-digest and assimilate. Studies also suggest that the plant proteins in Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar may play a role in enhancing cardiovascular function and lowering inflammation.2,3,4 To maintain complete compilability with plant-based lifestyles, Pure Nutrition Vegan Protein Bar is made with non-GMO ingredients.
Our blend of natural flavors and natural sweeteners yields a plant-based protein bar that you will actually look forward to indulging in when you’re in a pinch for a nutritious meal.
1. Layman, D. K. (2009). Dietary Guidelines should reflect new understandings about adult protein needs. Nutrition & Metabolism, 6(1), 1.
2. Krajcovicova-Kudlackova, M., Babinska, K., & Valachovicova, M. (2005). Health benefits and risks of plant proteins. Bratislavske lekarske listy, 106(6/7), 231.
3. Rigamonti, E., Parolini, C., Marchesi, M., Diani, E., Brambilla, S., Sirtori, C. R., & Chiesa, G. (2010). Hypolipidemic effect of dietary pea proteins: Impact on genes regulating hepatic lipid metabolism. Molecular nutrition & food research, 54(S1), S24-S30.
4. Ndiaye, F., Vuong, T., Duarte, J., Aluko, R. E., & Matar, C. (2012). Anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating properties of an enzymatic protein hydrolysate from yellow field pea seeds. European journal of nutrition,51(1), 29-37.