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With research showing plant derived protein has a similar effect on exercise performance as animal based, it comes as no surprise that some of the world’s top athletes, from the Williams sisters to boxer David Haye, are embracing a vegan diet.

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Packing a serious plant based protein punch,

BodyMe’s range of blends are the perfect solution for anyone wanting to follow in the footsteps of the stars and maximise their athletic potential.

BodyMe haven’t just settled for their products ‘being vegan’ however and have ensured the blends tick far more boxes when it comes to both nutrition and the planet…

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BodyMe’s award winning protein blends use a unique mixture of pea protein, sprouted brown rice protein and hemp seed protein to ensure they’re complete, contain all nine essential amino acids and provide 22g (24g for the Naked one) of high quality protein per serving. With the future of our planet high on their agenda, the blends are vegan and organic and blended / packed in the UK to reduce their CO2 footprint, with 10% of profits going to charity.

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The blends are soy free, avoiding the issues surrounding this controversial crop, are made without any additives or preservatives and there’s no gluten or added sugar in sight. Being unsweetened, they’re flexible enough to be added to smoothies, recipes, nut milks, breakfasts or simply blended with water and a banana to create the perfect vegan protein shake – pure, natural, ethical and available in Cacao, Cinnamon, Vanilla or Naked variety.

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Shortlisted for the 2017 Veggie Magazine Awards, awarded bronze in the 2017 Free From Awards and Finalist for Best Health and Nutrition Product 2017 at the Natural and Organic Product Awards, BodyMe’s protein blends are available in both 250g and 1kg resealable pouches from, where prices start at just £10.99.

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  1. Chicken is the go-to muscle-building protein. It’s a lean source of all necessary amino acids and can be prepared in myriad ways. A six-ounce chicken breast yields 54 grams of protein and four grams of leucine, the amount needed to max out protein synthesis in a given meal. Chicken breasts and thighs have similar protein contents but different flavor profiles due to differences in their fat contents. Opt for boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs to minimize the time needed to cook and prepare this essential protein source.

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