protein powder review {everlast vegan protein}

As a health & nutrition coach, I’m aware of the benefits of a plant-based diet and focus on consuming foods and supplements that are as natural as possible. As a fitness instructor, I’m aware of the need for proper supplementation for muscle repair, recovery and muscle growth. Therefore, I am always on the lookout for products that meet both of these needs.

I’ve tried nearly every protein powder under the sun! When deciding on a protein powder, here is what I look for:

protein source – is the protein powder whey-based or plant-based? For those who have a hard time digesting diary or choose to follow a vegan diet, plant-based would be the best choice. Plant proteins can come from a variety of sources, such as brown rice, hemp, pea protein, or a combination of these.

clean ingredients – many protein powders have added sugars and artificial sweeteners. I personally avoid artificial sweeteners where I can. Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if your protein powder is “birthday cake” flavored, chances are there are some fake sugars in the mix.

nutritional stats – as a post-workout supplement, I look for a protein powder with around 15-25g per serving. If you are consuming your protein shake post-workout, then you will want to add some carbohydrates (ie: fruit). If you’re consuming your protein shake as a meal replacement, you’ll want to add some healthy fats in addition to that, such as chia seeds, nut butter or avocado.

taste – I typically make my protein powders into smoothie, but if I’m in a rush, I’ll throw it into a blender bottle with some cold water or unsweetened almond milk. It’s important that the powder tastes yummy both ways and also mixes well.

I recently tried Everlast’s Vegan Protein and absolutely loved it!


Everlast VP is a plant-based powder, which can be easier to digest over whey protein. It has a complete BCAA profile using a blend of pea, rice and hemp proteins to promote lean muscle growth and recovery.  It’s free of dairy, soy, gluten, sugar and is non-GMO!

The nutritional stats are great. Each scoop has 22g of protein and 110 calories.

Lastly, it tastes great! It is naturally sweetened with stevia and has a great, creamy vanilla flavor.

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I’ve had it alone with just some almond milk as well as in a fruit smoothie and both ways were delicious!

I’ll definitely keep using this! If you want to try it, there is a great offer going on right now! When you purchase a bag of Everlast Vegan Protein you’ll get a FREE box of FUEL. Use code TINAOHWELLNESS for an additional 5% off + FREE shipping! Click here to order!

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Be well,


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