Have you watched the polarizing documentary on Netflix, Game Changers? This documentary compares a vegan-based diet versus the traditional animal protein diet. There will always be a debate about which health and fitness lifestyle is best. The fact is you have to find what works best for you! The best eating style is the one that you can truly make a lifestyle for life!

We believe an individual should make that choice based on their own experiences with their health and nutrition. The fact is, everyone is different and everyone responds differently to certain dietary habits. If there is one thing science agrees on, we are all different when it comes to dietary needs. It’s cool when you think about how complex we are as humans!

There are plenty of benefits to eating a plant-based diet, especially at the micronutrient level! As Americans, we suck at eating our fruits and vegetables. This means we miss out on some of these power-packed superfoods. To get the amount of quality complete proteins from plants, we combine plant sources to complete the amino acid profile. For example, pea protein has a lower amount of methionine while rice protein has a higher methionine content. By combining the two sources, you now have a balanced amount of that amino acid. Plant proteins need companions!

If you prefer a plant-based diet or want to assimilate plant-based protein benefits into your diet, now you can with Titan Nutrition® TITAN VEGAN™ protein powder. TITAN VEGAN™ is a multi-sourced protein comprised of pea protein isolate, brown rice protein, and quinoa. This combination results in an amino acid profile identical to eggs or dairy. Each scoop delivers 20 grams of non-GMO, gluten-free, certified vegan protein to support healthy metabolism and fuel muscle recovery.

TITAN VEGAN™ offers a mixed profile of plant protein from some of the highest enriched essential amino acids or EAA’s plant sources. This ensures you are still getting the muscle-building power of your EAA’s without animal-based proteins.

TITAN VEGAN™ contains a blend of 11 superfoods for antioxidant support. These phytonutrients help support liver and kidney health by aiding in the removal of free radicals. They also help reduce inflammatory markers and support cellular health, circulatory function, heart health, and the immune system.

You can use TITAN VEGAN™ in any of your plant-based recipes, added for post-workout recovery, or added to your general protein intake throughout the day. Add one scoop to 4-6 ounces of a liquid of your choice, shake well, and enjoy!

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