Consumer awareness and increased demand for protein supplements, and the widespread use of proteins, promote the variety of proteins on the market.
The most popular proteins on the market today are mainly plant proteins and animal proteins. As the number of people pursuing a vegetarian diet continues to increase, with the advent of more fortified and nutritious plant-based foods, it is increasingly easy to abandon animal products,consumers prefer plant-based protein.
Plant-based foods can be an excellent source of protein and other nutrients and often contain fewer calories than animal products,they contain nine essential amino acids needed by humans.
What most people don’t know is that natural foods are an important source of protein. People who eat more plant-based protein are statistically less likely to weigh less and have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Soy products are one of the most abundant sources of protein in a plant-based diet. It’s a protein that is isolated from soybean,the fat content is relatively low,it contains 90 to 95 percent protein. Soy protein reduces the risk of heart disease by lowering blood cholesterol and increasing vascular flexibility.
Brown Rice Protein
Our brown rice protein is made from gluten-free, whole grain, germinated brown rice and processed using organic plant enzymes unrelated to wheat or its close relatives. As a result, processed rice does not contaminate the gluten of rice protein in any way. We recommend that for those who are sensitive to food, choosing brown rice protein is safer than soy protein.
Brown Rice Protein vs Soy Protein
In terms of flavor, soy protein has a stronger nuttiness flavor, that may not be a good thing,and brown rice protein has a more mild and light flavor,It’s easy to use in many applications.
As a plant protein, compared to animal protein,soy protein and brown rice protein are grainy.Therefore, in terms of food, it is more recommended to mix with other food.
About allergies,brown rice protein has no allergens and is safe to eat,but because soybean contains abundant amino acid, there are certain sensitization factors.