Protein is one of the three key ‘macronutrients’ responsible for building and repairing tissue, and should be consumed regularly within a healthy, balanced diet. It is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Plant based protein powders are an easy and convenient way to reach your daily protein targets, without having to eat a full, heavy meal straight after training or use an animal-derived protein powder.
Plant based protein powders are not only a great source of planet-friendly protein, but may often contain other beneficial nutrients. Unlike whey protein for example, hemp protein does not contain cholesterol or saturated fat, but does contain fiber, so called ‘good’ fats and other vitamins and minerals. A plant-based protein can be a great addition to a healthy, balanced diet, however should not be relied on alone for all your nutritional needs. If you have a medical condition, always consult your doctor before using any kind of supplement, plant based or otherwise.
Not all plant based protein powders are Keto friendly, however due to its low carb content the MYO REBUILD blend is Keto friendly.
Protein is the building block of our muscles. Eating adequate amounts of protein (plant-based or otherwise) helps you maintain muscle mass and promotes muscle growth when you do physical training and is crucial to optimal health and performance. Consuming protein in a healthy balanced diet is the optimum way to build muscles, and a plant-based protein powder can be part of that diet, however there are no “quick fixes” for building muscles.
As with any food, there is a chance plant-based protein powder can cause bloating. A common cause of bloating with traditional whey protein powders is lactose. Our plant based protein powders are lactose free.
Typically grains, legumes or seeds are used to make plant-based protein powders. They are made by removing most of the fat and carbohydrates while isolating the protein components. Common vegan protein powders are made with pea, hemp, and brown rice.
Yes – plant-based protein powders can expire. All products should have a use by date. Please see individual pack for details.
Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are a group of three essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine. They are essential, meaning they can’t be produced by your body and must be obtained from food. When consuming protein, your body breaks these molecules down into amino acids. Each protein souce has a different amino acid profile.
BCAA supplements are not necessary. However, they are an easy and convenient way to hit your amino acid targets. A BCAA supplement can be a great addition to a healthy, balanced diet, however should not be relied upon alone for your amino acid needs. If you have a medical condition, always consult your doctor before using any kind of supplement, plant based or otherwise.
Yes – BCAA powder can go bad. All products should have a use by date. Please see individual pack for details.
BCAA supplements should be taken around physical exercise, as this allows an optimum rate of absorption.
Some studies suggest BCAAs can help sore muscles, however to date there is not enough clinical data to support this direct claim.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has stated that CBD is non-addictive and displays no withdrawal affects.
Not all CBD oils are THC free. The CBD oils at MYO Plant Nutrition, however, are THC free.
Yes – CBD oils do expire. All CBD oils should have a use by date. Please see individual pack for details.
Hemp oil is a term used for any oil extracted from the hemp plant. This could be a hemp seed oil, or an oil containing hemp extract and therefore CBD. CBD oils must contain the molecule CBD to be considered a CBD oil. Therefore, purchasing one of our CBD oils should ensure the presence of CBD. Purchasing a hemp oil does not guarantee the presence of CBD.