The Ultimate Vegan Stack

At Monster, we don't believe that gaining muscle and getting the nutrients you need as a vegan should be hard. We have an extensive vegan friendly range, and below we will go over the essentials that we feel you need to achieve your goals.

Reflex Nutrition Vegan Protein

A pea protein product which is low in fat and carbs. It can be difficult to find single macro foods as a vegan, but with 18.5g per serving, this is an excellent way to fortify your diet without going over your other macros.Choose from chocolate, smooth fruits or strawberry flavours.

Tom Oliver Bars

Under 200 calories per bar, these are great to throw in your bag for convenience. 14g protein per bar isn't huge, but the ingredients used are high quality and unprocessed, including cocoa and peanuts. There is also just 1.4g sugar per bar! 4 flavours are available; chocolate mint, chocolate orange, chocolate caramel and chocolate raspberry.

Feel Free Nutrition Vegan Protein Porridge

This tasty cookie dough flavoured oat product is an excellent snack or small meal to take on the go, or eat when in a rush. Often vegan convenience foods are low in protein- one of these packs 22g protein from pea and soya. Read more about vegan protein powders here

Nowfoods Eve Women’s Multiple Vitamin Tablets

There are certain vitamins, such as B12, which are difficult to consume in optimal amounts when following a vegan diet. B12 is found in meat, fish and eggs. Vitamin B12 is essential for the formation of red blood cells and the development and normal functioning of the brain and nervous system. Low levels can result in Vitamin B12 or folate deficiency anaemia, symptoms of which include low energy and brain fog. A highly dosed multivitamin is the best way to ensure that you are hitting your micronutrient RDAs.

Optimum Health Ultimate Creatine

Most foods naturally high in creatine come from animal sources, such as beef, salmon and tuna. Creatine plays an important role in regenerating ATP, the energy source of the muscles. For increased strength and power, supplementing a vegan friendly creatine is a great way to go!

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Savannah Westerby, BSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition. IG:@savannahwesterby
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