Brown Rice Protein is the concentrated fraction of the whole rice grain which is produced through a wet milling and all natural proprietary process. It is produced by various steps of fermentation, filtration processing and enzymatic processing to remove the protein and fiber from whole grain brown rice. The basis for this process is sprouted whole grain brown rice which is the raw material for production. Brown Rice Protein uses non-GMO sprouted brown rice and it is hypo-allergenic and completely dairy and lactose free.
With over 24g of protein per 30g serving Brown Rice Protein is a great source of vegetarian protein and can contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
Brown Rice Protein is the ideal protein choice for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake but avoid dairy and soy protein sources or for vegans and anyone looking to avoid specific allergens such as wheat, gluten, eggs, dairy and soy.
The dietary choices of all our customers are extremely important to us. Whilst this product is manufactured using ingredients and processing aids suitable for the vegan diet, please note that dairy powders are also used within the same production facility and cross contamination may occur at very small levels.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Protein contributes to the growth & maintenance of muscle mass, so to reap the benefits of this product we recommend adding 3/4 of a large scoop (30g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout. Alternatively consume any time of day to increase your daily protein intake.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
May also contain gluten, soy, milk and egg.
Unflavoured: Brown Rice Protein (100%)
Serving Size - 1 Scoop (30g)
Servings Per Container - 33 (1kg)
|Per 100g||Per Serving||*RI|
|Energy||1791 kJ/423 kcal||537 kJ/127 kcal||6%|
|Fat||2.1 g||0.6 g||0%|
|of which saturates||0.4 g||0.1 g||0%|
|Carbohydrates||19 g||5.7 g||1%|
|of which sugars||1.0 g||0.3 g||0%|
|Protein||78 g||23 g||48%|
|Salt||<0.01 g||<0.01 g||0%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
First of all this tastes foul. It isn't helped by the fact that it comes unflavoured (MyProtein please introduce flavours!!!!) and it isn't the best to mix. Having said that, the reason we have 'vegan' protein is because we are intolerant to whey (like me) or vegan and also, the main reason, to aid in the building of muscle. So the fact that it has 24g of protein and virtually no fat or carbs is great. It's also fairly cheap. So either close your eyes and chug it back or mix it with other stuff. I put oats and peanut butter in my morning and night shake and it tastes a whole lot better. To sum up: if I could have chocolate cream or banana or cookie whey protein I would, but I'm gonna have to make do with this for the health benefits and the impressive protein content per scoop. Goes Well With:Anything. Put anything and everything in.
If you want to throw up, buy this product. I bravely bought 2 bags of 2.5kg as it was on offer. I am a quarter of the way through the first bag in a good few months. I literally think I am going to have to throw it out. I dilute it as much as possible and can't handle more than one scoop in my shaker. If I could swap these 2 bags for vegan blend, I would in a heartbeat. Can people actually drink this stuff? It is so revolting. I have to psych myself up for this more than my workouts....Goes Well With:Nothing
So, all things considered if you're vegan or can't have dairy and gluten then this is an alternative, and at 24g of protein per 30g serving it's pretty decent. However, this stuff is revolting!!! It does not mix well in smoothies (I put fruit, yoghurt, milk and juice in with it and it still didn't blend), and it also doesn't mix with water, milk or anything else for that matter! It's constantly grainy and powdery. I personally cannot stand the smell or the taste, so it was a bit of a waste of money for me! I would recommend other protein products if you can take them as this is just unbearable.Goes Well With:Literally nothing
I had such high hopes for this protein! I love the Soy Protein Isolate but worried about the potential health impact of too much soy in the diet (breast cancer?) so wanted another vegetarian dairy free alternative. I read the previous reviews warning of flavour and texture but i felt they were generally positive and i'm used to unflavoured protein and don't mind texture. Well I was wrong and this beat me! The texture is very weird, gritty but also somehow chalky. The flavour is not pleasant. I mix with Almond milk, oats and banana and i couldn't even get half way through it. Flav drops didn't help either unfortunetly. I think if it was either texture or taste i could get on with it, but both together it's not possible. I don't think i'd even want to make protein bars with it. Big fail on this one for me i'm afraid, but i'm grateful for the chance to try alternatives. Goes Well With:Nowt
Tastes very neutral, it mixes without lumps, but it keeps having a gritty texture. It's like it doens't get rid of this texture even after 5 minutes of mixing with a high end blender! The Vegan Blend, to my surprise, is a lot better in this regard. Would recommend it, it's still a good product. Goes Well With:Anything! Water Plant-based milks Smoothie
I bought this product because I wanted a protein shake that wasn't full of sodium or sweetener or other additives, this is the most natural I have found so far. It mixes well, but it does taste awful, I have to stand at the sink and drink it quick...but then that's only takes a few mins and I would prefer that to added flavours etc. I can't tolerate the whey etc shakes so this works for me and its good value. Give it a go, just be prepared for the taste.
After finding out im allergic to whey protein i opted to try this. I think i would rather suffer the crippling stomach cramps than consume anymore of this product. By far the worst tasting thing that i hhave ever had plus it leaves your mouth coated in a fine powder. Not impressed at all.
Discussing the taste is ridiculous as it's 'all a matter of tast'. Some will like it and some won't. I like the taste, it's quite a nutty flavour. I mix it, using a fork, in a glass with HMB and water. The only thing about it is, it's a bit gritty. Goes Well With:Water
I can't really comment on the taste of the powder alone as I mix it's with a few other ingredients in a blender. Before buying I read a number of reviews that said it was impossible to cover up the taste regardless of what it's mixed with, I haven't found it to be an issue. I will usually blend a scoop with 2 frozen banana, pure fine oats, 2 tspn MP organic cacao powder and some peanut butter if I need extra fat in my macros. Haven't experienced any of the gritty texture that's been mentioned in previous reviews. I would definitely recommend this product instead of other whey powders on the market. It doesn't give that bloating feeling that you can sometimess get. My recovery has been as good as if not better as when I've used other powders in the past. Goes Well With:All of the ingredients mentioned above and cannellini beans in a blender for extra calories
Amazing to add into most smoothies as you can't taste it but as mentioned it can be quite chalky and I've noticed it makes me a bit gassy unless I put it in my high powered blender for about 4 mins to the point where it becomes warm and emulsified. Goes Well With:Any beans as it makes its amino profile complete, blended oats and banana to mask the chalkiness.
Good source of protein BUT it is chalky as expected. tastes good with just coca powder and i will be adding the myprotein instant chocolate oats which will probably be awesome:)Goes Well With:Protein, Instant oats, cocoa powder
I have given 5* for the rating because in overall it has arrived in time and it was no problem with the delivery company. It doesn't taste good but I usually add flavour sticks for protein (which you cannot purchase on myprotein yet) but you can blend it with banana or frozen mixed berries and it will become smoothie. You have to put enough water or milk otherwise it tastes like powder however this is a really good alternative for people who don't want to have whey protein or other proteins. Goes Well With:milk, almond milk, banana, mixed berries
Got this has I am allergic to whey. First of all it tastes AWFUL!!! However I got the chocolate flavdrops and when you use that it makes it a lot easier to take. I find mixing it with my Nutri Ninja makes the drink a lot smoother. Overall I like the product and would reorder. Goes Well With:Flavdrops Flavoured soya milk
Mixed with water and mixed well. It's a little grainy but nothing too bad at all. Mixed it with raspberry flavour drops and it tasted great. Goes Well With:Water
This is a good vegan option when it comes to protein powders. I would desribe the taste as something like rice-water with a bit of sand in it. Its not good neither is it bad. The price is decent.Goes Well With:Mixes well with fruit mixes and water
Gentle on the stomach, taste is absolutely fine, the texture is different but drinkable. Mixes perfectly with lactose free milk or soy beverage.
I do not usually post reviews but feel so strongly about the awful taste of Brown Rice Protein I thought I must. When I read the other reviews stating it tasted bad I thought I would be able to mix it with enough fruit and sweet things that it would wipe out the bad taste. I too have found this impossible to do. Anything I mix it with is obliterated by what can only be described as the taste of wet carboard soaked in mud. When mixed, a layer of powder is always left in the foam which then coats your teeth / sticks to the back of your throat, which further adds to the gagging when consuming this drink. I've got to a stage where I can throw it down my neck but it has taken far more effort and mind power than should be needed. I imagine I have developed the sort of mind control that Shaolin monks have. I've got 2.5kgs to get through anyway, I'm shuddering at the thought. Will try pea protein next time.Goes Well With:Absolutely nothing found on Earth, or in the known Universe (maybe)
When I purchased this rice protein powder I thought it would actually taste of rice or rice treats like rice pudding, so I was excited. There's something about rice that's soothing and good. Also wanting to avoid dairy-based protein powders I thought this would be a great alternative. But I couldn't get past the taste! It tasted nothing like rice and nothing like I've ever had. It's kinda smokey and weird! The other issue is the mixability. It doesn't seem to mix very well and it still retains a powdery texture even after you add liquid. I haven't mixed it with anything else but water so perhaps I should have done that but if something doesn't taste good on its own then I probably won't want to have it again. I'm going back to Pea protein (tastes of peas but it's more bearable!)Goes Well With:Nothing.
The taste is not really good as I expected should be improved. definitely I will go back to Blueberry Whey protein. Thanks Goes Well With:Mushroom Risotto or Asparagus.
I love this protein. I mix it with unsweetened almond milk and Rice Dream Vanilla with a bit of honey and give it a good shake. Very nice to have after a hard workout. Goes Well With:Pea Protein Isolate