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Vegan Pro, your 100% vegetable protein source!
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29 June 2020

Vegan Pro, your 100% vegetable protein source!

Vegan Pro, your 100% vegetable protein source!

Vegetarian or vegan food has been extensively studied, bringing together a consensus that does not cause significant differences in the performance of athletes. However, proper planning in this type of diet is important to avoid nutritional deficiencies.


As vegetarianism or veganism is a very restricted dietary pattern, namely in foods of animal origin, it may be necessary to resort to the use of supplements, otherwise it may lead to nutritional deficiencies and negatively affect the body composition and performance of the athlete.


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Whether for those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, or even for those who have the ideology of not consuming protein of animal origin (Whey protein), the Vegan Pro protein comes to fill the increased needs of protein and amino acids.


Rocksprint's Vegan Pro is a 25.1g vegetable protein source per serving: it offers a combination of different high-quality pea and rice protein isolates. This vegetable complex has a sustained and effective dose of amino acids in the synthesis of muscle mass.


In addition, Vegan Pro presents in its composition L-glutamine, to replace the levels of glutamine that are consumed by the muscles during training and that are so important to prevent the loss of muscle mass and prevent injuries.

Vegan Pro also has Vitaberry ™ to increase the nutrition of your muscles and take care of your health.


Main benefits of Rocksprint's VEGAN PRO:

- Maintenance or increase of muscle mass;

- Muscle nutrition;

- Improves sports performance;

- Regenerates muscle fibers quickly;

- Provides essential amino acids for a good hormonal balance.

 

If you want to know if this is the ideal protein for you, how you can use it on a daily basis or how to associate it with other supplements, we have free online monitoring available. Book now and clarify your doubts.

 

By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist


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