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Vegan protein powder test - comparison 2023: How to find the best protein powder

Want to optimize your protein intake and wondering which protein powder is best for you? We'll tell you the answer in our test.

Table of contents
  • Which protein powder is best?
  • What to look out for when buying protein powder
  • Which protein powder suits your needs
  • Conclusion:

Which protein powder is best?
A clear-cut case: multi-component plant-based proteins are the best for optimizing your protein supply. Studies have shown that plant-based protein powders are in no way inferior to their animal-based competitors and contribute equally to muscle building. Animal proteins not only pollute the environment, but also have a negative impact on health. You can find out more about this topic here. More and more competitive athletes are therefore opting for a plant-based diet, as this promotes performance and regeneration.

What should you look out for when buying protein powder? A high (> 75%) protein content and a high (> 100) biological value are probably the most important criteria for the purchase decision. This is where multi-component proteins score highly, as they usually achieve a significantly higher biological value than single proteins. The combination of pulses (e.g. soy and peas) and cereals (e.g. wheat and rice) is ideal, as together they have a biological value of over 100.

Multicomponent proteins therefore provide you with an optimal supply of high-quality protein and all the amino acids you need. This makes them the ideal companion for muscle building and weight training. You can also read more about this topic in the blog post Which is better: multi-component protein or individual proteins?

Of course, the taste of the protein powder is also crucial, because the best shake is useless if it doesn't taste good. Protein powders with soy content taste particularly creamy.

If you prefer to eat your protein pure and want to avoid flavors, you can choose from a neutral variety of all our protein powders.

Which protein powder suits your needs? There are four different vegan protein powders in numerous flavors in our store. Here we briefly introduce you to the individual protein powders so that you can better decide which protein powder is right for you. Which protein powder suits your needs? There are four different vegan protein powders in numerous flavors in our store. Here we briefly introduce you to the individual protein powders so that you can better decide which protein powder is right for you.

3K and 6K - the creamy all-rounders 3K protein 3K protein


Our 3K and 6K protein is characterized by two things in particular: The creamy consistency and the delicious taste. Both products also score highly in terms of nutritional facts. Both the 3K protein and the 6K are multi-component proteins (the "K" in the name stands for components). Both products contain soy protein isolate, pea protein isolate and sunflower protein. The 6K also contains rice protein, wheat protein and almond protein.

Another plus with our 3K and 6K: you can choose from a total of 32 flavors. If you find it difficult to decide with this variety of flavors, you can test our protein samples to find your favorite.

Did you know that our 3K is the test winner in a comparison of vegan protein powders? You can find out more here.

Pea rice protein (Lean Vhey) - for intolerances


If you suffer from food intolerances or allergies (e.g. to wheat or soy), our Pea-Rice (Lean Vhey) Protein is the right choice. This multi-component protein also has a very high protein content and a high biological value. Unlike most other pea and rice protein powders, it does not have the sandy consistency and intense pea taste typical of rice protein.

Nature's Protein - for individualists and ideal for cooking and baking


Our Nature's Protein is also a multi-component protein. The protein content and biological value are therefore also high. It consists of soy protein isolate, pea protein isolate and rice protein and is therefore also suitable for people with gluten intolerance. The special feature: No sweetener is added. So if conventional protein powders are too sweet - or not sweet enough - our Nature's Protein is just right for you. You can decide for yourself how sweet you want your protein shake to be and what you want to sweeten it with. Nature's Protein is therefore also perfect for cooking and baking. Unlike the other protein powders, you can also use it to add more flavor and protein to savory dishes. How about a delicious 'protein walnut dressing', for example? You can find the recipe here.

Conclusion:

All our protein powders are multi-component proteins and are therefore comparable in terms of protein content and biological value. Regardless of whether you want to build muscle, optimize your protein supply or lose weight - all protein powders are equally suitable for these goals.


If you have intolerances, you should use our pea rice. Do you value a creamy consistency in your shake and love variety? Then our 3K or 6K is sure to be your favorite.

By the way: All our protein powders also dissolve very well in water. So if you want to save calories, that's no problem either.