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Brown Rice Protein

Now 80% Protein!

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Product Overview

Product Overview

What is Brown Rice Protein?

Brown Rice Protein is the concentrated fraction of the whole rice grain which is produced through a wet milling and all natural proprietary process. It is produced by various steps of fermentation, filtration processing and enzymatic processing to remove the protein and fiber from whole grain brown rice. The basis for this process is sprouted whole grain brown rice which is the raw material for production. Brown Rice Protein uses non-GMO sprouted brown rice and it is hypo-allergenic and completely dairy and lactose free.

Brown Rice Protein Benefits

With over 24g of protein per 30g serving Brown Rice Protein is a great source of vegetarian protein and can contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.

Who is Brown Rice Protein Suitable for?

Brown Rice Protein is the ideal protein choice for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake but avoid dairy and soy protein sources or for vegans and anyone looking to avoid specific allergens such as wheat, gluten, eggs, dairy and soy.

Key Benefits

  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Non GM Whole Grain Brown Rice
  • Great source of protein for vegetarian and vegan diets

Mixability / Taste

  • Mixability:

    3.877
  • Taste:

    3.241
  • Effectiveness:

Suggested Use

Add 150-250ml of water or milk into our shaker (the less liquid the thicker the shake will be). Then add just under 1 MP large scoop (30g), shake and consume. Use 2-3 times daily or as required.

1 x level MP Plastic Scoop (large) weighs 37g. (not included)

Ingredients

This product is 100% Brown Rice Concentrate with nothing added or taken away.

Nutritional Information

Per 30g:
Energy: 112.5Kcal
Energy: 471KJ
Protein: 24g
Carbohydrates: 3g
of which sugars: 0g
Dietary Fibre: 2.4g
Fat: 0.3g
of which saturates: 0g
Cholesterol: 0.0mg

Customer Reviews

Summary

4.04

4.041

(121 Reviews)

  • 5    54
  • 4    38
  • 3    16
  • 2    6
  • 1    7

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Overall:

5

Mixability:

4

Taste:

3

Effectiveness:

5

Reviewed on 06/08/2014 by

does its job

Wanted to try different non-dairy, non-soy protein powders, and apart from pea protein powder this is the best alternative. May not taste that great when used on its own, but when mixed with porridge, soup, or just generally put into any food you make, the taste isn't that noticable. As a pre/post workout shake it's best mixed with other protein powders, because on its own it is rather gritty and doesn't mix that well.

Goes Well With:

porridge soup other protein powders

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Overall:

4

Mixability:

4

Taste:

2

Effectiveness:

4

Reviewed on 23/07/2014 by

5 out of 5 customers found this review helpful

If you're after non a non dairy protein source then this is it, mixes well and with around 24g protein with each 30g scoop you can't go to wrong. The taste however is something else, some people comparing it to cardboard are not far off, but it has to be one of the most disgusting tastes ever. It's taste is so over powering, I've tried to make protein pancakes, protein flapjacks etc. using this protein as opposed to whey but you can't escape the gritty nature and vile taste. When it comes to shakes I've tried to mix it with cinnamon, cocoa powder, honey, chia seeds and a range of others just to try and partly remove the taste but I simply cannot. I've literally just purchased a smoothie maker, so will try and mix fruits etc. with the protein to see if I can get away from the horrible taste. I'm not actually lactose intolerant like some people are, I choose not to take whey protein as I'm a sufferer of acne, and if any of you do any research with regards to whey protein and acne, then you will understand the situation I'm in. I stopped taking whey about 2/3 months back, but it's so hard to get the right amount of proteins in my diet to hit my macros without the odd shake or two during the day, hence why I searched for non-dairy protein shake source. If anyone is looking to take this as a whey alternative due to acne like myself, so far I can tell you I've had no adverse effects so far, just the taste makes it so hard to bare. All I can say is grit your teeth and drink this as fast as you can, have water next to use each time as after every mouthful your mouth becomes dry as if you've just swallowed some chalk. I've given this 4 stars purely based on the reason why we take this - to add protein to our diets to compliment our training and it does that. Good luck!

Goes Well With:

Nothing to my knowledge so far...

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4

Reviewed on 21/07/2014 by

Good for mixing

Great for mixing with a fruit juice of yoir choice. I havent seen any bug difference yet but i do have a fast motabilism. Hopefully when i add more meals to my day and keep working out an hour a day i should start adding some pounds. I have out on abiut half a stone but sometimes i cant make up my mind if that just the weight of all the water. Still its protien i can use without being ill and its not that expensive either so 4 star 5 when i actually get some muscle tho ;)

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Overall:

5

Mixability:

5

Taste:

4

Effectiveness:

5

Reviewed on 12/07/2014 by

Good source of non-dairy protein and mixes great. Taste is not the best but would not call it bad. Definitely will order it again in the future.

Goes Well With:

Egg white powder

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5

Reviewed on 16/05/2014 by

1 out of 1 customer found this review helpful

My Recipe

Try this: 4 tablespoons of greek / plain yoghurt 1 teaspoon of cocoa powder 1 scoop of rice protein 1 banana Stick this in a blender and add honey or syrup if you have a sweet tooth. Delicious.

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Overall:

5

Mixability:

5

Taste:

5

Effectiveness:

5

Reviewed on 05/05/2014 by

Brown Rice Protein

I started taking brown rice protein (with pea protein for better amino acid profile) - and have noticed huge improvement from the start. Obviously i was laking protein for the intensity of my workouts. The taste is very floury, but that has to be expected. Mixed with couple bananas

Goes Well With:

water, bananas

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Overall:

3

Mixability:

3

Taste:

1

Reviewed on 16/04/2014 by

Bitter....

This might be a great protein for vegan but on its own it has a very strong and bitter taste (in a bad way), tried mixing it with rice, tired making smoothies and shakes. Its just hard to deal with. Works better when you mix it with other plant proteins. I think its a good product if you can handel it but I wont be purashing again, Pea Protein is less harsh..

Goes Well With:

Not alot.... Exercise and no sense of taste

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Overall:

3

Mixability:

1

Taste:

1

Effectiveness:

4

Reviewed on 21/02/2014 by

The taste and textureof this drink took some getting used to. I tried mixing it in smoothies and everything and still found it a little chalky and grim. However keep a glass of water to hand and you will get used to it quite quickly, and its not that bad after that. It has however produced some good results in terms of building muscle and definition, I'm not using this to bulk up, Im more interested in dropping fat and toning up. On that front this has worked well and i feel energetic and good in general whilst using it. It hasn't supressed my hunger as much as the Whey Isolate did in the past though, but that is no big thing

Goes Well With:

Nothing I have tried, you just have to suck it up!

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Overall:

4

Mixability:

4

Taste:

3

Effectiveness:

5

Reviewed on 20/02/2014 by

Good protien

I have tired a few proteins now. This I would rank second. Whey isolate being better than egg white power being worse to mix and taste Brown rice protein is filling and mixes well with water. I'm not sure I would use this as my only source of protein. I use it as a cheaper alternative to whey isolate and use whey isolate after training. I might try replacing brown rice protein with Calcium caseinate.

Goes Well With:

creatine, dextrose, instant oats.

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Overall:

4

Mixability:

3

Taste:

1

Reviewed on 18/12/2013 by

Brown rice protein

Been using the pea protein for a while with good results, so decided to try the brown rice protein as it's amino acid profile complements the profile of pea protein. I've been using half a scoop of each powder and whacked it down in a shaker with a good amount of water...the less water in the shaker the harder it is to mix I found. Taste wise it's a bit weird, not particularly nice but mixed with the pea protein it's a lot better. I can definitely identify with the gritty texture it leaves on your teeth afterwards which isn't pleasant, but it's good protein when all said and done and it definitely helps feed my muscles with good stuff to help repair and recover. My advice is man up, and get it down, for a non dairy protein coupled with pea protein you can't go far wrong with this product.

Goes Well With:

Pea protein isolate and water and the ability to ignore your taste buds!

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