Work Towards Your Fitness Goals with Our Collection of Plant Based Protein Powder
We created an entire collection of protein powders to help you take your health to new levels. Protein can help build new, lean muscle, and help you recover faster. All Tone It Up protein powders and crafted with a unique blend of pea and pumpkin seed protein – making this stuff the tastiest vegan protein powder we’ve ever had! We promise you can rest assured knowing you’re giving your body the highest quality ingredients that are organic, plant-based, gluten-free, and non-GMO. With 15g of protein per serving, you’ll never miss out on getting enough protein in your diet ever again.
With all the protein powders in today’s market, how do you know which ones are actually good for your body? Unfortunately, sometimes it’s tough to tell. A lot of proteins are full of dairy, high in calories and carbs, and packed with artificial flavors and additives. Ingredients like those arenotideal for your body.
Tone It Up does it differently. We’ve created a collection of vegan protein powders that are made by women, for women. Our powders are made with simple, clean ingredients so it’s easier to digest, supports a healthy body, aids in faster post-workout recovery, and helps you build and maintain lean, strong muscles.
What’s the Difference Between Whey and Pea Protein?
We know there are tons of choices out there when it comes to protein powders. However, two of the most popular types you might come across are whey and plant-based protein powder. Whey protein is a by-product of dairy production and a popular choice on today’s market. When you’re shopping for whey protein powder, you may notice several types including: concentrate, isolate, and hydrolysate. Each differs in how it’s processed and the overall concentration of protein. Whey protein powder is great because it can help support lean, toned muscles, and help you stay fuller longer.
If you’re more into a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, then our plant-based protein powder with a blend of pea and pumpkin seed protein may be a great match for you. People who consume pea protein sometimes notice it is a bit easier on the stomach since it’s created by extracting protein from yellow split peas, making it allergen free. This means our plant based protein powders are soy, dairy, and egg free.
The pea protein in our blend is a complete protein that contains all 9 essential amino acids, which means these protein powders are a great way to intake all the elements needed to help support lean, toned muscle growth, and help decrease muscle soreness and breakdown.
How Much Protein Should I Have Each Day?
Women should strive for a protein intake of about 0.8 grams per kilograms bodyweight a day – depending on your activity level. For athletes, the recommended dietary allowance could be up to 2.0 grams per kilogram a day. So, if you’re a 130-pound woman and moderately active, you should consume between 47-95 grams of protein per day plus a mix of the other macronutrients like carbs and fats.*
Our protein is also an excellent source of iron, which helps to promote a healthy immune system.* Mix it in a shaker with water, add it to your smoothies, or use it in baked goods to get your daily dose of protein and iron.
Fuel your body with the best organic protein powder and join us for personal training on the TIU app to see how you can transform your health and fitness this year! We know you’re going to love our vegan protein powder. Make sure to tell us how you’re using it over on Insta with #TIUNutrition. Sweat on, ladies!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.