Protein powder is simple and great to use when you need some extra protein, for a protein-rich snack, for some quick energy after a workout or as an evening meal before going to bed. Protein powder is usually mixed with liquid such as water or milk. Depending on the amount of liquid and the type of protein, you can either drink it or eat it as a protein pudding. You can also use protein powder in cooking, baking and smoothies to increase the protein content - let your imagination run wild!
How much protein per day?
Proteins are known as the building blocks of the body and are needed in order to be able to build cells, making them important for the body's function. Physical activity can cause you to gain more muscle, which in turn leads to increased protein metabolism in the muscles. If you exercise very hard, the breakdown of the muscles can increase, and they then need to be "repaired". Protein has a great effect on recovery and, along with rest, helps repair the muscles and make them more durable. The protein needed for someone who exercises very hard and wants to build muscle is 1.5-2 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. If you weigh 70 kilos and want to get 1.8 grams of protein per kilo of body weight, you multiply 70 by 1.8, which gives you 126 grams of protein per day. To increase protein intake, a dietary supplement of protein powder can be effective and make everyday life easier.
In this category, we have assembled a collection of all our different protein powders so that you can find the one that best suits you and provides the effect you need. Here you will find vegetable protein powder for vegetarians and vegans, low-lactose protein for those with a lactose sensitivity, protein powders with different absorption rates and protein mixtures for exercise.
Different protein powders
For vegans or vegetarians, you can find soy protein, hemp protein, oat protein, rice protein and pea protein to satisfy your protein intake. If you are lactose intolerant, we have egg protein, which is made from egg whites and lactose-free whey with great flavours.
For those looking for a protein that is quickly absorbed by the body after a workout, we have a wide range of tasty whey protein powders. If you’re looking for protein with a slow uptake that is ideal to consume as an evening meal and makes for a good protein pudding, you can find different types of casein protein to choose from.
For those who want to combine direct absorption with a longer period of time, there is a three-phase protein to use that contains whey, eggs and casein. Perfect for breakfast or as a snack.
Here are some great protein powders for every purpose, so that you can ensure that you get enough protein during the day.