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Pulsin' Unflavoured Soya Protein Powder 250g | 90% Protein| Natural | Gluten Free | Vegan
- Versatile unflavoured protein powder
- Low Fat
- Easily mixes into sweet and savoury recipes and smoothies
- 90% protein
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At 90% protein, our Soya Protein Isolate is a great premium quality protein powder, perfect for fortifying your favourite recipes, smoothies and juices.
It is: Vegan, Gluten Free, Non GM, Low Fat and with no added fillers, sugars or sweeteners, making it the perfect alternative to dairy protein.
It's the perfect addition to smoothies, porridge bowls, juices and your favourite recipes. Just one serving is a big step towards your 50g recommended daily protein intake.
Soya protein is a complete protein, providing all of the essential amino acids that the body can't make itself and is proven to help in lowering cholesterol. It can also assist with hormonal balancing.
Vegetarians, vegans, athletes, those on a weight loss diet, or those looking to boost their immune system can all benefit from supplementing their diet with a natural protein powder.
For recipe suggestions and nutritional advice, please visit the Pulsin’ blog www.pulsin.co.uk/blog
About Pulsin': Since launching Pulsin' in 2007, the three founders Simon, Nick and Ben have developed award-winning nutrition products including protein snack bars, brownies, protein powders, organic fruit bars and oat bars for children. Pulsin’ has won multiple awards for its products, most recently the 2015 Best New Food Product at the Natural and Organic Awards as well as several other Great Taste Awards.
100% Soya protein isolate
Nutritional Information Per 100g: Energy 1549kJ/370kcal, Protein 90.0g, Carbohydrates 3.5g, Fat 1.0g.
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Top Customer Reviews
I was alarmed to hear that 90% of soya worldwide was from USA and that 90% of that is Genetically modified (GMO). Soya is one of the best proteins to take because it's 90% protein and it has an amino acid profile score of 100 (contains all the right amount of amino acids in the right proportion). Vegan-wise, only Hemp can match this, however the downside with hemp is that it contains only 45% protein with around 12.6% fat (albeit healthy fat), 21% fibre and about 15% carbs (albeit slow release carbs ).
This product is 100% natural and ticks all the desired boxes on paper.
The price was reasonable at £13.50 for 1kg given that Hemp protein & Brown rice protein were £18.50 - £20.00 per 1 Kg (Pea protein was £13.50 which I also bought at the same time). (Refer to Pea protein comment at the end of this review).
When I prepared the product for the first time, I used a pint glass and a large spoon and added 40g of it to cold water (about 36g protein in 40g product with fat & carbs content being extremely low). It did not mix very well and I ended up with an unmanageable paste which I did not want to eat. The taste was exactly what I expected; Soya! (Yukkk!!). Not very tasty on its own I'm afraid.
My second attempt at making a protein shake from it was much better.Read more ›
I'll definitely be re-ordering.
The powder itself tastes rancid. You can imagine, it has nothing added so won't be sweet or at all palatable so you'll need to add it to something else, food or I have it morning and night in the form of a shake. I've found mixing it with water, one small banana and a spoonful of peanut butter counters the aftertaste and makes it taste quite nice.
A note for the ladies
After drinking the powder for a few days, I noticed my skin (which has been oily and spot prone especially on the chin area) started clearing up. After a week my skin was the clearest it has been in years and my periods are a lot lot lighter. After doing a bit of research into soy, it's because soy mimics oestrogen in the body so essentially drinking this affects your hormone levels. As the title says, I couldn't live without this stuff, its a godsend. Very reasonably priced as well.
I have been adding 50-60g of powder to 300ml of lactose free or soy milk with a shot of coffee, a couple of teaspoons of stevia and some ice for an iced-coffee shake in the morning. I usually have that at about 7.00 am as I'm running out the door and I'm finding that I'm not on the hunt for food until 12.00/12:30 which is a good 2 hours after when I am usually hungry again.
I like that it is very low cal. but super high in protein, and that it can be added to any flavour you like so you're not limited to the the flavour you bought until the pack is finished.
Great product, will definitely buy again.
As protein is important to having a healthy body, it is involved in repairing and replacing tissue in the body and maintaining healthy muscles and bones, I bought this protein powder to improve my health. I have IBS so I am limited on what I can eat, I can’t eat a lot of leafy greens or nuts, and I have an intolerance to wheat and lactose, so this gluten free and vegan soya protein powder is great for me.
I vary the amount of protein powder I have a day depending on how much protein I have eaten. I put one or two 10g scoops into a banana smoothie. The protein powder is unflavoured, I find it tastes a bit malty I do not mind the taste, as I am adding it into a smoothie it is not very noticeable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really, really good. I've been training for years and after finding out that I was lactose, I was stupidly still having whey protein shakes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Daniel
Japanese medics are recommending an intake of between 20 and 40 gms per day of soya protein for cardiovascular and other health benefits. Read morePublished 10 days ago by EBC
Fit For Purpose
I do not feel as though this product is fit for purpose because it has a horrible taste and 'bitty' texture. Read more
Great for mixing into smoothies etc I bought it to keep up my protein levels while becoming vegan, so I didn't become deficient. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jo
I've been a fan of Pulsin powders for about a year now, and opted to give this (Soya) version a go after reviewing the percentages of protein / amino acids. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Strachenberry
l have been suing protein supplements now for years and started to notice that the Whey products were affecting my stomach, due to lactose intolerance. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Luke Simms
Fantastic product, I've been using this pulsin soya protein for almost a year now and I love it.
It's a brilliant consistency and does not have a grainy texture at all
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