Supplements

Our vegetal protein supplements are carefully selected, they are yummy and healthy. It is perfect for your healthy breakfast routine or to have before and after your workout. We offer hassle free delivery to your home. We will be updating our blogs soon on healthy protein smoothie recipes on our blog soon.
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GAI - Blueberry Yoghurt Chicken Smoothie 74 Gr- Organic Village
FURI- Collagen Bars - Double Chocolate
GAI - Strawberry Yoghurt Chicken Smoothie 74gr- Organic Village
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GAI - Mixed Fruit Yoghurt Chicken Smoothie 74 Gr - Organic Village
FURI® Collagen Bars - White Chocolate 2
Moove_High_Protein_Lactose_Free_Chocolate_Organic_Village
Moove_Protein_Water_Lactose_Free_Lemon_Splash_Organic_Village
Moove_High_Protein_Lactose_Free_Thai_Strawberry_Organic_Village
FURI Collagen Cookies - Chocolate Coconut
Moove_Protein_Water_Lactose_Free_Mixed_Berry_Lemon_Splash_Organic
Veganerie 100% pea protein
FURI-Collagen Cookies - Coconut
Granovibes Ve - Pro Bar Mixed Fruits
Soy Protein Bar | Mixed Fruits | Vegan
Granovibes
240 Gr (40gr x 6)
฿299.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Granovibes Ve - Pro Bar Matcha
Soy Protein Bar | Matcha | Vegan
Granovibes
240 gr (40gr x 6)
฿299.00 / Piece Add to cart
Furi - Collagen Cookie - Hazelnut Chocolate - Organic Village
Furi - Collagen Cookie – Vanilla Peanut
Choose Lean - Nacho-Keto Cacao Nibs
FURI-Collagen Bars - Cookie Dough 2

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What Is The Best Source Of Plant Based Proteins?

If you are a vegan or vegetarian, you can get plant based proteins from a number of sources which include:
· Vegetables: Various vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and asparagus are known to have a somewhat decent amount of protein.
· Legumes: Peas, beans, lentils, and chickpeas are all high in proteins, fiber, and other essential nutrients.
· Soy products such as tempeh, edamane, and tofu are all excellent sources of plant based proteins.
· Whole grains such as quinoa, barley, oats, and brown rice are all excellent sources of plant based proteins, fiber and other essential nutrients.
· Walnuts, almonds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, and cashew nuts are all rich in plant based protein, healthy fats and other essential vitamins and minerals.

What Are Protein Supplements?

Protein supplements, in simple terms, refer to products that provide a concentrated source of protein in the form of bars, powders, and drinks. Protein supplements are designed to help those who can’t consume enough proteins from their regular diets meet their daily protein needs. Protein supplements are often used by bodybuilders, athletes, and people in general that are looking to build muscles or improve their athletic performance. Consequently, individuals who are recovering from an injury will find use protein supplements as they need to increase their protein intake and fast track the process of recovery. Protein supplements are made from soy, whey, egg, pea, or other plant based protein sources.

What Happens When You Start Taking Protein Supplements?

It is imperative to not that protein supplements are primarily used by athletes, bodybuilders, and fitness enthusiasts to aid in recovery after exercise, increase muscle mass, and improve athletic performance. When you start taking protein supplements, you will start to experience several changes in your body. Some of the potential effects of taking protein supplements include:
· Increased muscle mass: It is important to note that protein is an essential nutrient for building and repairing muscle tissues. Taking protein supplements will increase your muscle mass over time.
· Protein supplements help to speed up the rate of recovery after a workout or exercise.
· Protein supplements can help you improve athletic performance by providing your body with the necessary amino acids needed to build and repair muscles.
· Reduced appetite: Protein is a satiating nutrient which promotes feeling of fullness hence reduced appetite.
It is imperative to note that while protein supplements are beneficial, they are nothing more than supplements. They should be used as part of a healthy and well balanced diet and not as a substitute. Most importantly, ensure you consult your doctor or dietician before you start any new protein supplement regimen.