Rice protein powder contains fewer calories and more calcium than whey concentrate. It also contains 0% cholesterol, half the sodium content, and 0 sugar while still containing 20 grams of protein in every single serving. Rice protein is also hypoallergenic, making it a great option for anyone who struggles with animal or soy proteins. Best of all, it's 100% USDA certified organic!
Nutricost Organic Rice Protein Powder
- 2 or 5LB of Organic Rice Protein Powder Per Bottle
- USDA Certified Organic
- 20 Grams of Protein Per Serving (Scoop Included)
- Non-GMO, Gluten Free, and 3rd Party Tested
- Made in a GMP Compliant, FDA Registered Facility
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
This is not flavored so I take 2 packets of stevia and a scoop of organic, unsweetened cocoa powder to jazz up the flavor. I am sure mixing fruits/veggies would work well too because the flavor is pretty neutral. Personally, I like that this is organic and unflavored because "natural flavors" can mean anything-those ingredients aren't disclosed. I have a lot of food allergies so I am grateful to know exactly what I am ingesting. Very large container and a good value.
I’ve tried many protein powders on the market, but few are not pea protein or whey AND not loaded with some form of harmful sweeteners. I though I’d try this one because it hit all the checkmarks. I tried it and was disappointed. I blended in high-speed blender with fruit and yogurt. The result was a grainy, ricey flavor that took over even the cacao that I added.
Because the container is massive, I am stuck with it until I finish it.
I've used soy protein isolate for years . I can mix it with water or add it to certain foods like oatmeal. This powder can't be added to anything because of the strong aftertaste. Just mix it in water and drink as fast as you can. I will use what I bought but I'm not buying this again.
I've tried quite a few protein powders over the years. I usually buy chocolate -- sometimes vanilla or strawberry. This time I decided to get something "unflavored". As it turns out, however, this powder does have a taste. I'd put it somewhere between "yuk" and "I can't drink this". I tried other powders that didn't taste great, but I'm not very picky. In this case, I simply can't drink this. Even blended with berries and a banana, the "unflavor" takes over and makes it (to me) undrinkable. I didn't have trouble getting it to fully blend, but I use a Vitamix which works pretty well.
I'm vegan and a bodybuilder. Rice protein is usually my go to, and sometimes I mix in pea protein. It digests easy, doesn't taste bad, mixes well, and you can sweeten and flavor it to your liking. I have no issue mixing 4.5 scoops into a standard sized shaker bottle. Also, much better pricing than Naked brand!