Difference Between Pure Food Protein and REAL MEAL Replacement Powder

Here’s a quick breakdown of the difference between Pure Food Protein and REAL MEAL, our plant based meal replacement powder:

Pure Food Protein PowderPure Food REAL MEAL
Powder Per Full Sized Pouch512 grams530 grams
Servings Per Full Sized Pouch2824
Nutrition Facts Per Serving68-70 calories

1 gram of fat

4 grams of carbs (2 g fiber, 0 g sugar)

11 grams of protein

85 calories

3 grams of fat

6 grams of carbs (3 g fiber, 0 g sugar)

11 grams of protein

Nutrition Facts Per 2 Servings136-140 calories

2 grams of fat

8 grams of carbs (4 g fiber, 0 g sugar)

22 grams of protein

170 calories

6 grams of fat

12 grams of carbs (6 g fiber, 0 g sugar)

22 grams of protein

IngredientsOrganic pea protein, organic brown rice protein, organic hemp protein, organic cacao, organic mesquite, organic lucuma, organic vanilla extract, organic stevia leaf, GanedenBC30 (Bacillus coagulans) probioticOrganic pea protein, MCT powder, organic pumpkin seed protein, organic brown rice protein, organic hemp protein, organic green banana powder, organic chia seed powder, organic cacao, organic vanilla extract, sea salt, organic monkfruit
Cost $39.99/tub

($34.99 w/ Subscribe & Save)

$39.99/tub

($34.99 w/ Subscribe & Save)

Available FlavorsCacao, VanillaCacao

Long story short, REAL MEAL is a bit higher in calories than Pure Food and better suited as a meal replacement. It has some different ingredients that offer unique benefits compared to Pure Food Protein Powder. It tastes slightly sweeter and smoother. I use them both regularly.

If you decide to give REAL MEAL a try, you can get it here on our website or through Amazon.

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