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What is Pea Protein Isolate?
Pea Protein Isolate (PPI) is a natural vegetable based protein which offers an excellent nutritional and amino acid profile. Completely free of gluten, lactose, cholesterol and other anti-nutritional factors, this is a great source of protein for those with certain food intolerances.
Pea Protein Isolate Benefits
Pea Protein Isolate is absorbed relatively slowly by the digestive system when compared to other protein sources such as Whey Protein. This provides your body with a more sustained supply of amino acid and nutrients, making it ideal for consumption throughout the day. Pea Protein Isolate is concentrated to around 85% protein per serving, providing a great source of protein and amino acids especially when combined with other protein sources. It is partcularly high in the Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs).
The amino acid profile can be found at the bottom of the page under 'Certificates'.
Who is Pea Protein Isolate suitable for?
Pea Protein Isolate is suitable for anyone looking for a quality powder to improve their daily protein intake. It is ideal for vegans as it is sourced entirely from the yellow pea.
When should I take Pea Protein Isolate?
We suggest using Pea Protein Isolate either straight after your workout or throughout the day, whenever you require a protein boost.
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)
This product is 100% Pea Protein Isolate with nothing added or taken away.
Per 30g:Energy: 501KJEnergy: 119.7Kcal Protein (dry basis): 24.6g Protein (as is): 23.4gCarbohydrates: 3.2g Fat: 0.9g of which saturates: 0.17g of which mono unsaturates: 0.26gof which poly unsaturates: 0.45gSodium: 0.4g
- (29 / Nov / 2013)
The taste isn't great, I couldn't have it on it's own. I mix it with soy protein strawberry cream flavour and it still tastes pretty bad. I'm looking for other ways to use it but not sure how
Great vegan protein on a budget
- (15 / Nov / 2013)
Although it takes quite a lot of other ingredients to make this into a pleasant shake, I found that Pea Protein Isolate blends perfectly into savoury dishes. Be creative; half a tin of chopped tomatoes, vegetable stock, garlic, chilli powder and a scoop of pea protein powder mixed with water and you've got a high protein, low fat, low carb dish that tastes great and fills you up. Add some rice/red pepper (anything with methionine/cysteine) for a great amino acid profile.Goes Well With:Soup/curry/stir fries.
I recommend this!
- (14 / Nov / 2013)
My boyfriend started taking super chemical whey protein but I do not want to take that stuff. I try to stay away from gluten and I am intolerant to dairy. This is the first protein I ever bought and will be probably buying again (maybe trying rice protein as well). The taste of Pea Protein Isolate is not good at first, but it does mix really easily with even just water (or non-dairy milk). Also, with nesquik/cocoa powder - some peanut butter too and some ice cubes, it tastes great! It satisfies cravings, and makes a great snack too. It is completely natural and the price is good, so you should definitely try it!Goes Well With:cocoa powder, yogurt, nesquik, peanut butter, bananas
Great for mixing with yoghurt
- (14 / Nov / 2013)
I mix my Pea Protein Isolate with yoghurt and fruit (and a little fruit juice) to have for breakfast. The taste is masked well by anything else with a flavour but if you try mixing it just with water the taste is not so good! It does not mix well to make a drink but is excellent as a snack.
- (12 / Nov / 2013)
Pea Isolate Protein was recommended to me by a friend.
When I first tried this, the taste was absolutely disgusting! However, if I was to buy a shake on how it tastes, I'd sure enough be buying 2.5kg of Nesquik instead.
I've tried multiple shakes from bigger brands such as USN and Maximuscle and they've also worked well in the past but not as well as Pea Isolate Protein and not as greater value for money either.
After about the second day I had gotten over the bad taste so that was no longer an issue for me. I've got the shaker with a mixing ball inside, it mixes pretty well with a higher volume of water then is recommended, I'd say around 400ml, every now and then there are the odd lumps. If you're mixing with milk, less volume is required, I'd say about 200ml.
The Pea Isolate Protein has been the best at reducing the aching pains by far and has helped gain weight muscle weight the quickest, it's actually one of the main reasons I've been able to hit my target weight (along with a balanced diet and strict exercise regime).
I have a serving straightaway in the morning after I've had a glass of water but before I've eaten, one serving post-training, I take this immediately and one serving just before bed.
This shake has given me no internal discomfort i.e. stomach doing back flips of all dodgy chemicals you may get in other shakes.
I'm writing this positive review because I'm actually just about to buy myself another 2.5kgGoes Well With:Not that I've tried it myself, I've been told it goes well with Nesquik.
- (11 / Nov / 2013)
I have recently bought this Protein and must say, I was pleasantly surprised as the previous vegan pea protein was REFLEX chocolate flavour. It was a lot more expensive and the first two times after a workout I ended up throwing it up and projecting it in the bathroom while showering! Then I used to keep it down but dreaded having to take it the smell alone would make me reach.
So I have to say because this pea protein is what it says and isn't made to taste like something it isn't by adding vulgar sweeteners, it is very consumable - I put some in a vegetable juice of celery, broccoli, and carrots. The texture was like mushy peas (funnily enough!) which does mean stomach reflux actions for me!
Thanks MYPROTEIN for fair prices and ZERO B.S. !!! I am sure make you my first choice for everything in future!
PS I take this choice of protein as whey does not agree with my stomach, so really happy for these alternatives which were not available just a few years ago.
Goes Well With:The bland taste means you could pretty much mix with whatever you prefer to taste!
- (05 / Nov / 2013)
This is worst protein powder I've ever taken the taste is horrible. I tried mixing it with everything I could think of but the smell and taste just put me off I am going back to Brown Rice Protein. I can handle the taste better. Goes Well With:none
- (01 / Nov / 2013)
Fabulous value as far as protein goes. Awful taste, though - as others have suggested, mix with banana and / or peanut butter and it's edible.Goes Well With:Banana, peanut butter, yogurt.
Worst taste ever
- (30 / Oct / 2013)
I just got my 2.5kg pear protein.. However when I tried it I was in shock it taste soo bad, I tried adding chocolate flavoring from MP, tastes even worse, tried other options still can't get it down. It's first time I can't drink something due to the taste and I used to take spirulina, chlorella etc on it's own, so be aware. Also you need 2x more water as when it mixes it has thick consistency.. Talking about effectiveness, amino acid profile is not that food so gave 4Goes Well With:nothing
- (28 / Oct / 2013)
I think this stuff's really decent. I've tried it and compared my results when taking whey and the progress I make seems similar so it obviously works.
As for eating it, I do just that, measure out the amount as a powder and then just spoon it in my mouth (half a tablespoon at a time) and swish some water round my mouth and swallow it down. It's actually much faster to measure and consume than whey by doing this. I tried it as a shake but wasn't keen on it at all, so i'm sticking to this method. Highly recommend this product, it's great value.
- (19 / Oct / 2013)
Excellent product from a reliable company Quick shipment and fast delivery..Goes Well With:The Fast Diet
- (09 / Oct / 2013)
This is a very good alternative for those of you who don't tolerate whey. I always mix 1kg of this with 1kg of rice protein for an excellent aminoacid profile. No more bloating, no gas, excellent digestion. Mix one scoop with one glass of rice milk, one teaspoon of cinnamon powder, One teaspoon of cocoa powder, oats and two tablespoons of organic cold pressed flaxseed oil for an excellent Meal replacement ( about 450 calories ) giving you the highest qaulity of protein, carbs and fat possible for an unbeatable price.
Perfect for cooking
- (07 / Oct / 2013)
Use this protein for making protein pancakes in the morning and it mixes perfectly and makes a great consistency. It also tastes good too! I've added it to soups and stews to up the protein content too and it's worked really well. I haven't used it for shakes so can't comment.
Great value for the price
- (30 / Sep / 2013)
The first time, I tried mixing with water and it was terrible, that awfull taste in my mouth. But like some suggest I tried to be creative. I mixed with some rice milk or almond and to be complete honest the awfull taste was transformed into something quite enjoyable.
For the price it is, its great value.Goes Well With:Rice Milk
- (28 / Sep / 2013)
Yes, Pea Protein Isolate doesn't taste great. But you just have to be a bit creative with what you do with it. I add it to a banana/peanut butter/honey shake and can't notice it.
Not so good
- (18 / Sep / 2013)
Needed to add lots of cocoa powder to disguise the bad taste.
Lovely earthy taste...
- (09 / Sep / 2013)
Tastes ever so slightly like earth, which is strange, and it needs a lot of fluid to be mixed, though after adding some agave nectar it did taste quite nice!
- (05 / Sep / 2013)
I'm so glad I found this product. I've been needing to take a vegetarian protein supplement for a long time but just got fed up with them as they were either too expensive or just too disgusting to drink. This pea protein is not only the most economical protein powder I've come across but it's also bearable in taste. I can drink it on its own but if you add it to things I think you wouldn't even taste it at all. You could add it to porridge with some cinnamon and it would be a great filling breakfast. I've been taking 2 scoops a day for the last couple of weeks and I already feel a bit leaner - it's very high in protein.
Great vegetarian protein problem-solver.
- (02 / Sep / 2013)
This Pea Protein Isolate is a good product at a brilliant price. I found it to be barely drinkable on its own, however if mixed with strong flavours like peanut butter or bananas this product is an excellent way to get protein in without the drawbacks of whey. I strongly recommend this product to those on a budget or who have issues with whey.Goes Well With:Peanut butter, bananas.
Use your imagination!
Tony the Tiger
- (18 / Aug / 2013)
A lot of people say the Pea Protein Isolate tastes pretty disgusting. If any of you watch Scooby on Youtube, he'll tell you that you're eating for nutrition, not taste (he even says if it tastes good, don't eat it... but that may be a little extreme!). But in general, he's absolutely right. It's a protein shake, not a McFlurry. I often make straight pea protein shakes, which really aren't that bad. However, I usually mix up my daily shakes in one go with water mixed with a couple of bananas. The bananas tend to mask the taste, and your getting some slow complex carbs in the mix. I also use it to make some simple high protein flapjacks. Use: 2 large cups of rolled oats, 1 cup of pea protein, 2 table spoons of peanut butter, a handful of crushed nuts, and a handful of dried fruit. Blend it together by hand (a workout in itself!) adding pure honey until the mix binds. Get a metal oven tray and lay out the mix into a slab about a half inch thick. Preheat the oven to 100 degrees, then cook for 15 minutes. Allow to cool, cut into slices, wrap in clingfilm and put then in the fridge. Oh, and eat them of course.Goes Well With:Bananas
- (08 / Aug / 2013)
As a female who cannot eat gluten and prefers to stay away from dairy, I was excited to find this product as I was looking for ways to incorporate more protein in my diet (I'm a vegetarian) and this fit the bill perfectly. After reading some of the reviews on the taste, I was a little apprehensive. But the taste is NOWHERE near as bad as I expected. In fact, its earthy taste is quite refreshing and blending it up with a banana and half a tspn of coffee makes for a nice cold 'latte' substitute!
This item arrived the day after I placed my order, I am super impressed with My Protein's service. Many thanks!Goes Well With:Blended banana, soups, just water
good for cooking, not do good as a shake
- (06 / Aug / 2013)
Tried Pea Protein Isolate as an alternative to whey. As a shake its pretty disgusting, the pea flavour is very strong and hard to mask. However, it is excellent for adding protein to cooking savoury foods. I have been using it as an alternative to stock in soups and you can make a tasty soup that is packed with protein and keeps you full for ages.
Needs extra's thrown in
Chris the curtain man
- (05 / Aug / 2013)
I found the taste of this stuff not that pleasant at first as others have stated. However, a little honey, peanut butter and fruit make it quite acceptable. Just takes a little getting used to, but the preparation isn't instant.
- (02 / Aug / 2013)
Don't let any bad reviews put you off this Pea Protein Isolate! It's great, I suffer celiac and lactose intolerance so any nutrient boosters are very few and whatever available is really expensive. I've been using this in savoury dishes with great results. It mixes easy and does not have a strong taste in food. This is good, high protein content that will help me put on some much needed weight in a healthy way. Please try it, it's such good value and easy to use in your meals.Goes Well With:Stew, soups, casserole and savoury dishes.
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- (31 / Jul / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate is a good protein, mixes pretty well, taste isnt bad, nowhere near as bad as hemp protein and a good protein content. Very reasonable for the money. Would recommend.
- (29 / Jul / 2013)
This Pea Protein Isolate is a brilliant product. It gives me all the amino acids I need and is really helping with muscle strength.Goes Well With:cocoa powder and cinnamon.
- (17 / Jul / 2013)
I have been using this protein for three months now, I was a little scared off by people saying its so horrible tasting. The first week it takes a little getting used to but now I am accustomed to it I find that it tastes very wholesome and natural. I take it with water every morning because I did not want to become too reliant on whey protein. I can only assume those who say how bad it is also have an equally delicate attitude towards training. It's only pea for goodness sake. Goes Well With:water
- (11 / Jul / 2013)
Pea protein isolate is great stuff. It has high protein at a low price. The taste is not so good but is still drinkable. It's not bad in soup, I use pea protein with Whole Psyllium Husks 3 times a day.
- (06 / Jul / 2013)
Pea protein isolate contains all of the essential amino acids and in proportions which are the closest thing you can get to human muscle in any food. Some people say that the taste is not that good, but I think it's OK. It does the job, it's healthy, cholesterol-free and at a very reasonable price. This gets top marks.Goes Well With:I take it with water.
- (05 / Jul / 2013)
The taste of Pea Protein Isolate is kind of funky but for the price I don't mind a bit.
Just make sure Pea protein isn't your only source of protein, as the amino acid balance isn't the best, in comparison to Whey, for example.Goes Well With:Perhaps 50:50 with flavoured whey.
- (02 / Jul / 2013)
I also mixed this into a paste with water, and added it to soup. Pea and ham is good.Goes Well With:soup and vegatbles
- (01 / Jul / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate just tastes too strong of peas, so I mix with cold water, into a paste, then add it to mashed sweet potato and mix well. The taste is reasonable.
Fantastic alternative protein
- (28 / Jun / 2013)
I've been using Pea Protein Isolate over a year now as I am following the alkaline diet (no diary, gluten, wheat). This product is superb and I have built incredible muscle definition using this alone. I only wish Myprotein had more products without diary and gluten e.g. protein bars and a weight gain vegan free protein would be great too.Goes Well With:Alpha Man tablets, Omega 3 6, 9
- (24 / Jun / 2013)
I'm sorry to say this Pea Protein Isolate is horrible! I cannot eat it! It tastes of very concentrated peas, which I know shouldn't come as a shock to me, but it was so strong that I could not drink it! I intend throwing hit out, it's so bad. I will go back to the Soya Protein. Goes Well With:Nothing!
- (20 / Jun / 2013)
I get this all the time, Mainly because it's cheap and 80% protein - it cannot be beaten!
Also because I cannot take too much whey or lactose - used to give me extreme flatulance !
The taste is very unpleasant at first but you get used to it. The one downside is you need alot of water to mix it, I used to take the brown rice protein which didn't need as much water and you could down it fairly quickly - this one for 1 1/2 scoops you need at least 30ml water so can be a chore to down.
Would definitely recommend.
- (11 / Jun / 2013)
I would recommend this Pea Protein Isolate as a good non dairy option.
As expected it doesn't taste nice, but it's easily drinkable. It goes quite well with strawberry Nesquik powder.Goes Well With:Strawberry Nesquik
- (10 / Jun / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate is such a good source of natural protein to add to any savoury dishes! It mixes well, tastes great, and has high protein content. What else do you need!?
- (07 / Jun / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate doesn't taste bad at all, it's not nice but it's not horrible. Good option for a dairy free protein.
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- (04 / Jun / 2013)
This Pea Protein Isolate is ideal to compliment my new diet, which is dairy and gluten free. The taste is OK, but not great.
- (04 / Jun / 2013)
I have been using this for several months and I have noticed considerable benefits in my energy and well-being. I am a vegetarian and I have a heaped dessert spoonful two or three times a day and so I do not need to worry whether I have had enough protein. I know some people do not like the taste but to me it seems wholesome and inoffensive. It is easy to stir it into a glass of orange squash and send it down the hatch!
- (28 / May / 2013)
Tastes fine to me, I mixed it with just under a pint of water, put powder in a cup and stirred water in as I poured it and it mixed really well, and it's just a bit thicker than milk. It doesn't taste sweet at all, is this what everyone is complaining about? I think it tastes quite pleasant, kind of like chick peas (as to be expected) with no after taste.
Sits easily on the stomach tooGoes Well With:water
- (22 / May / 2013)
As a protien, this Pea Protein Isolate is not bad, with no bloating or gasses, but the taste is beyond vile. I just can't get over the way it collects in the back of the throat. I've tried all additives to make it taste better but nothing helps. Overall, it's too hard to stomach the taste and texture.
- (21 / May / 2013)
So far so good with this Pea Protein Isolate! I am a cyclist and runner, and this has really helped me make sure I get my protein after an intense session running, on the bike, or at the gym. I have gained some muscle and lost some fat in the last 2 weeks of using this, but the biggest thing for me is I feel lighter on my toes and my recovery is a lot quicker! The the taste is okay. I mix mine with soya milk, a little sugar and a tea spoon of coco powder, and it tastes just like chocolate milk shake.Goes Well With:soya milk, coco.
- (01 / May / 2013)
I've just been using pea protein for a couple of weeks on the advice of my personal trainer. At first, I was gagging and drinking the whole thing in one go as I could not bare the taste. However, the taste is not that bad, it has a slight aftertaste of walnuts. I mix it with BCAA. I don't know if it's working yet but I trust my trainer.
Good Alternative to Whey
- (24 / Apr / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate is a great alternative to whey, feels more natural with no bloat or gas. Does not taste great and is tough to disguise in smoothies, but it is perfectly fine and I just drink it down with water, it mixes well. Too early to compare gains. Goes Well With:Water.
Great for soups and shakes
- (22 / Apr / 2013)
I bought this Pea Protein Isolate and mixed it with the soya protein which I usually buy for a bit of variety. People appear grossed out by the flavour/texture, but I use a hand blender so find it's fine to mix into a cold chocolate shake with pure cocoa and sucralose. I tend, at home, to incorporate it into a high protein soup, by heating whatever my choice is of about 1/2lb vegetables, adding a few scoops of this, seasonings (stock cube, pepper, garlic etc) and boiled water for a filling, tasty and healthy 5 minute soup.Goes Well With:Vegetable and fish soups, stews, savoury seasonings and sweetened cocoa-based shakes.
- (22 / Apr / 2013)
When I first tried Pea Protein Isolate, I wasn't impressed. I'm not a fussy eater but I didn't care for the taste of it in a drink, especially as it seemed to go lumpy if I put more than a few grams in a pint of water (which led to me drinking a lot of water to get my required dose!). I actually just shovel this stuff in my mouth, half a tablespoon at a time - when the powder is sitting on your tongue, have a swig of water and wash it round your mouth like a mouth wash and swallow it down. No bad tastes, nothing. It's great because I can have my 25grams of protein in about 30 seconds! It's great value so ideal for anyone on a budget or anyone vegan or with allergies.
Check it out.
- (17 / Apr / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate is a great product. It's definitely best used with savoury goods though! It mixes well and does what it says!
Goes Well With:Savoury recipes
Not bad, the taste can be improved..
- (15 / Apr / 2013)
Pea Protein Isolate is excellent for me because I'm gluten and lactose intolerant. The taste is foul but it can be improved, I use cocoa powder and/or ordinary sugar to mask it and it's quite bearable, even early in the morning. This obviously isn't possible for everyone though. I've tried mixing it with the brown rice protein and it was still foul, you really need something sweet and strong to take the taste away.Goes Well With:Anything really sweet
- (11 / Apr / 2013)
I've read some of the reviews previous to my own and I must say I laughed a little.
Okay, so I've just been using pretty much the recommended intake, 1 large scoop and filling up with water up to 300ml. I'm about 98% plant based diet anyways so I guess I got used to the taste of stuff like Pea Protein Isolate. As I drink it I don't taste anything and get an after taste of walnuts.
This stuff ticks every box for me and the price is great. I've even started to incorporate it into meals as suggested in another review. It's good, clean protein. This is great stuff.Goes Well With:Water. Almond milk. Coconut milk. Various smoothie concoctions. Soups and solid meals.
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