{{ 'fb_in_app_browser_popup.desc' | translate }} {{ 'fb_in_app_browser_popup.copy_link' | translate }}

{{ 'in_app_browser_popup.desc' | translate }}


About drinking

|How much protein should I take in a day?

People of different ethnic groups are advised to consume different amounts of protein, which can be assessed according to their body weight and daily activity;

Generally speaking, about 1g of protein needs to be supplemented per 1kg of body weight, and it can be simply judged based on the amount of daily activity:

・Low activity: Multiply body weight by 0.8 (lifestyle that maintains a sedentary posture)
・Medium activity: multiply body weight by 1.6 (exercise within one hour per day, strenuous work)
・High-volume activity: multiply body weight by 1.8 (high-intensity physical and fitness activities)

For example, Person A weighs 80 kg and goes to the gym for retraining almost every day after get off work. According to the above classification, he belongs to the high activity level, so the daily protein requirement = 80 kg * 1.8 = 144g (daily protein intake).

According to the estimation of national dietary intake, most people do not meet the minimum daily protein intake; even if they do not exercise, if there is insufficient dietary protein intake, it is suitable for drinking.

(※Children under 13 years old, special groups with chronic diseases, diabetes or kidney-related diseases, etc., it is recommended to consult a professional doctor before using it)

|When is the best time to drink protein powder?

If you have exercise habits, the timing of supplementation can be before or after exercise. Quickly supplement protein 1-2 hours before exercise and 30-60 minutes after exercise,

Ingestion before exercise can help improve exercise efficiency, and after exercise, it can assist muscle repair, or drink it during the night when the body is repairing.

You can also drink it during brunch, which can not only supplement nutrition, but also not affect the intake of regular meals.

In fact, the amount of intake is relatively important compared to the time of intake, but if the amount of intake can be divided into parts, it is relatively easy to absorb.

|I am prone to acne when I drink protein drink, will the vegan also do it?

Drinking animal-based whey protein concentrate can easily lead to strong sebum secretion; the vegan protein pure plant formula relatively reduces acne-generating factors.

|I want to supplement protein but I am lactose intolerant, how can I choose?

Generally, milk products or animal-based whey protein concentrates contain lactose. Lactose intolerance is caused by the lack of an enzyme that can digest lactose—lactase (Lactase), which causes people who eat lactose to experience symptoms such as gastrointestinal discomfort and diarrhea.

The vegan pure plant formula contains no lactose and will not cause symptoms of lactose intolerance; isolated soy protein is not easy to cause flatulence, diarrhea and other symptoms, so you can rest assured to supplement it.

|Can children also take proteins?

Yes! For children over 13 years old, the recommended intake is 1 tablespoon (half serving - 20 grams) per day. However, as the constitution varies from person to person, it is recommended to consult a professional physician.

|Can patients with kidney disease eat high protein?

Due to poor kidney function, it is difficult to metabolize protein, so the protein intake needs to be lower than that of ordinary people. It is recommended to confirm and consult with a professional doctor first!

|Can vegetarians drink the vegan?

The main raw material of THE VEGAN plant-based protein is isolated soy protein, and the rest of the ingredients are all plant-based formulas, which are suitable for vegetarians.

|Is it suitable for pregnant women to drink protein drinks?

When you are tired of eating meat, taking high-quality protein will be another source to help supplement enough protein; for vegetarian mothers, whey protein is another good source of nutrition, because usually vegetarian protein The intake will be less than that of meat eaters, so it can be supplemented in time during pregnancy.