Defining the Best Natural Protein Powder: What Makes It Natural?

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One of the hottest trends in the health and wellness product market is “all natural.” But what does this actually mean? Truth is, “all-natural” is often just a marketing ploy to try to capitalize on a consumer’s desire to be healthy. To find the best natural protein powders, it’s important to dig a little deeper beyond the marketing claims to uncover what’s actually in the product. Here are a few things you should watch out for when looking for an all-natural protein powder.

Sugars & Artificial Sweeteners

It’s fantastic when your favorite healthy products taste great. But oftentimes, taste and “healthy” are mutually exclusive. Most so-called healthy natural protein powders that taste great contain added sugar or artificial sweeteners and “natural flavors” that don’t have any nutritional value and may actually do more harm than good.

The best natural protein powders should be lower in added sugar. If you want your protein to taste sweeter, blend it with fruit or add a natural sweetener like monkfruit or stevia. That’s because excess sugar in your diet is one of the leading causes of weight gain, diabetes, higher blood pressure, and a host of other issues.

It’s counterproductive to create a “healthy” and “all natural” protein powder that contains added sugar.

Fillers, Gums, & Other Junk

You’ll also notice the difference between natural protein powders and the less-than-natural powders while you’re mixing them. Thickeners and gums are generally used to even out the powder for a smoother finished shake. Generally, if you can just stir, mix or give your bottle a quick shake to create a smooth drink, the product is using these products. The best natural protein powders don’t use these things because they have zero nutritional value and can cause GI issues like gas, bloating, and diarrhea. If you find a good all natural protein powder that doesn’t contain this junk, use a blender for 5-10 seconds and it’ll mix up just fine.

The Best Natural Protein Powders Generally Have Less Ingredients

Once again, check out the ingredient list. If you see a long list of ingredients and chemicals you can’t pronounce, chances are good that there are some unnecessary things in there, and they probably aren’t all good for you. The best natural protein powders keep things clean and simple with a clear and minimal ingredients list. It’s a protein powder, not a magic potion.

One last thing: if you have questions about a particular product, ask the manufacturer! You’ll get a good sense of how the company operates and what their values are by seeing how they answer your questions.

If you’re getting answers that sound too rehearsed and/or are skirting around the issues you have, it’s probably a red flag to find another product.

The best natural protein powders out there actually want you to be healthy AND enjoy their product.

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1 thoughts on “Defining the Best Natural Protein Powder: What Makes It Natural?

  1. John Majick says:

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