Having enough protein whilst doing sport is primordial, for building muscle and repairing fibers. You can get it from two sources: animal or vegetable protein. Eveil du Bouddha is made from raw vegetable protein, without gluten.
This powder contains buckwheat, rice protein (19%) banana powder (14%), Tiger nut flour (11%), ground linseed, carob,… All ingredients are organic. The levels of iron, magnesium and fiber are high.
The brand suggests eating it in the morning for breakfast. They suggest three rounded soup spoons of powder mixed with rice or almond milk or even classic milk. You end up with a smooth paste that you can make more or less liquid, depending on your taste. It looks a little like chocolate. The smell is unusual, seemingly bitter smell, but the taste not at all, not very sweet but not bad at all. The best thing to do is to use this as a basis for adding fresh seasonal fruits, bananas, kiwi, strawberries, etc. and maybe even mixed with plain yogurt or honey, to taste.
The most interesting point about this powder is its fast digestibility. Chewing is easy, the texture is slightly grainy with a few tiny crunchy bits. During training we increased the amount, OK so it doesn’t give you the same desire as receiving a glass of sparkling fresh champagne but it does have plenty of protein, the taste is fine and you can improve it, easy to prepare and the packaging is practical and at a reasonable price. The sugar level is low and there is plenty of Omega 3 and 6 thanks to the linseed, and because it is ground it is much more easily assimilated by the body.
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