Many of us out there who are trying to get into shape or who want to go to the gym struggle with selecting which protein drink is the best option for ourselves. This is mostly due to the fact that there are much too many distinct choices to choose from, and someone who is unfamiliar with these things is certain to struggle in selecting the best one for them.
Furthermore, when it comes to protein shakes, Malaysians are known to spend a lot of money on them.
For those who unfamiliar, this protein shake diet promotes weight loss by managing one’s appetite as well as reducing calorie intake throughout the diet process. While it can provide very efficient and effective results it is not advisable if you rely entirely on protein shakes and make sure you still do consume a proper well-balanced meal. As we all know, protein shakes can build muscle and play a very important role in health. Everyone requires a different amount of protein based on their weight and daily activity, but it’s also important to remember that exercising and living a healthy lifestyle makes a huge difference.
That said, this popular protein shake brand is launching a new brown-rice flavoured shake under its vegan line, the Radiant Brown Rice, made from nutrient-dense Natural Brown Rice.
Heal Nutrition, Malaysia’s leading protein shake brand is proud to announce its newest flavour to be added to their line of popular, delicious vegan protein shakes. Dubbed the Radiant Brown Rice, this newly launched flavour will offer health enthusiasts the chance to meet their daily protein requirement, while enjoying the fragrant and light-tasting nutritious beverage that is suitable for all walks of life.
Convenient, vibrant and fun, Heal Nutrition’s Radiant Brown Rice vegan protein shake is made from plant-based protein concentrate, derived from high quality natural brown rice that is rich in nutrients. It focuses on providing the best tasting protein shake in the market by using only real authentic ingredients and features a gentle, slightly earthy taste. It also has no added sugar and is naturally sweetened with Stevia instead, making it not only healthier but also better tasting.
Brown rice, with its low Glycemic Index (GI), has been known to be a superfood, and will not cause a spike in blood sugar after eating, compared to regular white rice. It is also rich in dietary fibres, vitamins and nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, Vitamin B1 (thiamine) as well as Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine). It also contains phenols and flavonoids, two types of antioxidants that help reduce damage to cells and reduce the risk of premature ageing.
The protein shake comes in two purchasing options – the 16 Sachet Box containing 16 individually packed sachets, and a Value Pack with 15 servings, all in Heal’s signature fun and vibrant packaging. Each serving is 36g and contains 20g of protein goodness per packet, making it highly nutritious and convenient for those on the go.
As with all the other flavours in Heal Nutrition’s range of vegan protein shakes, the Radiant Brown Rice shake is gluten-free, soy-free, vegetarian-friendly, free of added sugar, and Halal-certified. This new flavour, like its fellows, is also enriched with Inulin, which is high in fibre, low in calories, promotes digestive health, controls blood sugar, and potentially lowers colon cancer risk, due to the increased fibre intake.
Apart from the vegan-friendly line, Heal Nutrition also recently launched another new addition to their Heal Dairy Protein Shake line, the Berry Berries, which features a medley of exciting berry flavours from premium quality, imported Blueberry, Raspberry, Blackberry and Elderberry. Made from whey protein concentrate, Heal Dairy Protein Shake also comes in five other flavours – Signature Chocolate, Classic Coffee, Passionfruit Punch, Matcha Latte, and Coconut Shake.
Understanding the different needs of every health enthusiast, Heal has also launched a range of raw protein powders that can be used for cooking, baking or even topping. It comes in two variants – raw whey protein and raw pea protein, for more versatility.
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