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Our Brown Rice Protein is a high-quality protein sourced from one of the world’s most important crops.
Boasting a huge 80% protein content and rich amino acid profile, it’s the perfect choice for anyone looking for a protein-packed, dairy-free way of increasing your daily intake.
What are the benefits of Brown Rice Protein?
Free from artificial ingredients, sweeteners or soy, our all-natural Brown Rice Protein delivers 24g of protein per serving, which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass – essential whatever the exercise.
Plus, it’s sugar-free, low in saturated fat, and contains less salt than many plant-powered alternatives! Perfect for supporting your overall wellbeing.
For even better results, try it with…
Vegan Protein Bar – get a plant-based protein fix in the most sweet and simple way possible, with 13g protein and all-important carbs for keeping those energy levels up.
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||3.8 g||1.3 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.
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Texture is a little bit grainy but doesn’t bother me. I wanted to try a non whey protein powder that didn’t have and artificial sweeteners , this does the job really well! Goes Well With:Cocoa powder, peanut butter, milk
Literally the worst thing I have ever tried to drink/eat. It smells like a sneeze and tastes horrible. The mixability is so bad, it's like putting cement in water or sand. It's that bad.Goes Well With:Nothing. I've tried drinking with milk, smoothie, milkshake, etc... It tastes horrible regardless.
My review is just about the taste of it. Even though the nutritional values are very good, this powder is impossible to blend in a smoothie. I have tried every smoothie combination as possible (soy..almond..rice..normal milk, yogurt, fruits, coffee) but the texture is always sandy. It's like to drink a sip of liquid concrete with sand inside. I tried in the past the Soy Protein Isolate and they were much way better in taste mixed with the smoothie.Goes Well With:I could't find anything
Review of actual product: Isn't the worst tasting Brown Rice protein on the market. Mixes and digests well! (I'd advise using both a coil and a grate in your shaker though.) Good price for a high protein count, sadly that comes at the cost of high carb. ALSO: The scoop is a 40g scoop, so the macros are for 3/4 of a scoop. It does state this on the packet but some may miss it. If you go for a full scoop you get a whopping 30.6g of protein! Personal Review: Thought this protein's macros were too good to be true, and sadly they were. When I initially purchased this protein, it stated just 1.3g of carbs in a 30g scoop. I then noticed that online they had upped the carb amount to over quadruple what it stated on the 2.5kg bag I had purchased. Turns out they'd miscalculated the macros and only just fixed it. (The original macros didn't add up when back-calculated) On a normal diet, this is fine. 5.7g/7.6g in a full scoop isn't an insane amount. However when trying to run keto every gram counts and I'm now disappointed to have to leave this protein for a few months until I can have it again, and have instead had to pay out for BRP from another provider that has a lower carb count. I'd stupidly always trusted MP to have accurate macros and give me the best information they could. Now left wondering what else MyProtein have calculated incorrectly... Goes Well With:Rice milk, or for low-carb, coconut milk alternative. Use at least 200ml of liquid per-scoop.
This rice is better then whey, and waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better then soy or pea. The reason is both the mix-ability and taste. You will never have any clumps with this protein, it dilutes very fast and never dries up or stick to bottle. You can just add powder in a glass and mix with a spoon, no problem. It doesn't get thick either, like Soy. 50g of soy protein will create like a LITER with thick goo. 50g of rice will just be a smooth milk in a small glass. The difference is enormous. It's like soy expands x10 while rice doesn't expand at all, the result is very thin nice milk like consistency. It's even thinner then whey. The taste is very neutral, you can mix with anything. You can mix 20g dextrose with 50g rice and even add cocoa powder and you'll have a delicious cocoa milk. It actually taste good. Also perfect in smoothies. This powder is the best that has happened to me in my gym life :) Goes Well With:Cocoa Dextrose Vanilla Smoothies Fruit
Good vegan protein option. Goes well in smoothies. There's no taste, which overall isn't bad, as you can mix it with different other ingredients
Mixes well in coconut milk and in porridge - better than whey in my experience. Taste seems neutral and clean to me, much prefer and no weird feeling after consumption, which I used to get with whey and casein. I'd recommended it.
I don't understand all the reviews saying bad mixability and taste on here. For me anyone who's only using water and a shaker to mix their protein is an absolute mook anyway. If like a normal human you use a blender and some ingredients like almond milk, a banana, some seeds and honey it tastes great. It actually mixes in a blender much better than whey protein, because it doesn't go all foamy and feel like you're drinking a pint of creamy froth. The main thing though is that it doesn't give me a bloated or gassy feeling at all like whey does, and I certainly will never be going back.
I have recently switched to vegan shakes, the whey ones can be a bit sticky when washing the cup and I get a bit bloated. The hemp and rice I have tried have not had that issue. This one is quite chalky but the shaker with the metal thing in mixes up really well. This doesnt taste as good as a blueberry cheescake shake with cinnamon topping of course but it does get the job done. I havent tried the flavour drops but if you are looking for a cheaper alternative try vimto or any other brand of concentrated fruit drink. Pour a bit of that in and it adds enough sweetness to throw it back no problem. This isnt a three course lobster and steak meal its extra protein, pure and simple. Goes Well With:My digestive system
As far as plant protein products go it's not the best option available. The flavour is essentially concentrated brown rice, it's not undrinkable but it is a long way from pleasant. It mixes like one would expect sand to. Goes Well With:Haven't found it yet