Veggie Elite is a protein powder made by MRM.
It’s a vegan-friendly formula, designed to improve muscle and strength development.
MRM is an American supplement brand, based in California.
Pea protein is very high in BCAAs, making it one of the best plant-based proteins for bodybuilding.
Its BCAA content and results have been shown to be equivalent to those of whey protein (1).
Rice protein has a very smooth texture compared to that of pea protein.
Although it isn’t as great for muscle development as pea protein, it provides a complementary amino acid profile and texture to the chalkier nature of pea protein (2).
Sacha inchi is a seed that comes from a Peruvian plant, which is now being acknowledged as a “super-food”.
It’s known for its high nutritional value, which includes omega-3 fatty acids and a variety of vitamins.
Veggie Elite includes a vegan enzyme blend, which is designed to assist with the breakdown of proteins, for more efficient absorption.
Who Takes It?
Athletes who prefer a plant-based source of protein for muscle growth and recovery may enjoy using Veggie Elite.
How to Take
Mix 1 scoop (34g) with 250mL water or your preferred beverage, and consume either post-workout or as desired.
Excess protein consumption may worsen an existing kidney or liver condition.
- Naturally flavoured and sweetened
- Added Sancha Inchi and digestive enzymes.
- May not contain as many BCAAs in a scoop as pure whey or pea protein
- Users report a slightly chalky texture
- Only two flavours currently available.
Veggie Elite is a somewhat standard vegan protein powder, which uses the popular combination of pea and rice protein.
MRM have included some of the popular Sancha Inchi seed for extra vitamins and minerals, as well as vegan-friendly digestive enzymes to help you break down all that protein.
You can enjoy excellent results in terms of muscle development, however slightly less BCAAs per scoop and slightly more chalkiness than your average whey formula.