Nature's Protein: Your new favourite protein
Everyone is different and has individual likes and dislikes. However, our new Nature's Protein satisfies everyone. Because we simply leave it up to you to decide how sweet and therefore flavourful the powder should be.
Customise your protein powder to your individual needs! With our Nature's you can determine the sweetener and degree of sweetness yourself.
Which sweetener is best? Not so easy to answer. Sugar (sucrose) is taboo for most people - far too many calories. Stevia doesn't provide any calories, but not everyone likes the aftertaste. Birch sugar (xylitol) and erythritol are considered natural, but unfortunately they are not calorie-free. Coconut blossom sugar is quite popular at the moment, but it's not exactly cheap either. It also has a relatively high fructose content and therefore - just like agave syrup - some people are reluctant to use it. There are also sweeteners such as sucralose, honey or date sweetener to choose from.
What is your favourite sweetener?
With our new Nature's Protein, we leave the choice up to you. Whether it's xylitol, erythritol, sucralose or sucrose: you can use any sweetener you like, because our Nature's Protein contains no added sweetness. Of course, this also means that you can determine the degree of sweetness yourself. This is where tastes often differ. If it can't be sweet enough for some, others prefer less sweetness.
Why is it even necessary to add sweetness to protein powder?
If you have our Nature's Protein in vanilla or chocolate flavour, you should definitely add a sweetener of your choice. Because: No flavour without sweetness. The sweetener acts as a flavour carrier. It is necessary for the flavour to develop. So if you don't add any sweetener, the protein powder will only have its own natural flavour or, in the case of the chocolate flavour, the bitter note of cocoa will even come to the fore.
Nature's Protein: Ideal for cooking and baking
Since our Nature's Protein does not contain any sweetness, you can also use it for cooking and baking. For example, you can enrich savoury dishes with protein without adding sweetness. You no longer have to take the sweetness of the protein powder into account for baking recipes either, but can use it as the recipe dictates. Please note: fat also serves as a flavour carrier.
If you use your Nature's Protein for cooking or baking, you can - depending on the other ingredients - dispense with the sweetness. Your porridge will also have a light chocolate or vanilla flavour if you don't add any sweetener.
Nice cream, cake, pizza, soup: whether snacks or main meals, savoury or sweet - protein powder can be used in numerous recipes. If you fancy giving it a try, you can find delicious recipe ideas on our homepage. You can also read more about cooking and baking with protein powder here.
Our Natur's Protein at a glance
- Purely plant-based multi-component protein (soya protein isolate, pea protein isolate, rice protein)
- Without sweeteners
- Natural flavourings
- Without artificial additives
- High biological value
- Free from animal ingredients
- Gluten free
Four steps to your new favourite shake:
- Pour 300 ml of water or plant-based drink (e.g. oat, soya or almond milk) into your shake .
- Add two heaped tablespoons (30 g) of Nature's Protein Powder.
- Add your favourite sweetener (e.g. a tablespoon of xylitol, a teaspoon of stevia or a few dashes of liquid sweetener).
- Shake until the powder has completely dissolved.