ve­gan

Women's Health (UK) - - BEST BODY -

PRO­TEIN POW­DER Win­ner Vega Clean Pro­tein ‘From a nutri­tion per­spec­tive, this is the best plant-based pro­tein I’ve seen. It pro­vides 30g pro­tein per serv­ing, which is higher than most plant-based pro­teins on the mar­ket and makes it great value for money, too.’ Rick Miller

Highly com­mended Healthspan Elite Com­plete Ve­gan Pro­tein ‘Mixes seam­lessly into foods and drinks without any af­ter­taste. It fea­tures an ex­cel­lent amino acid pro­file, a good pro­tein serv­ing (20g) and bears the In­formed Sport logo, which means it’s been tested for banned sub­stances – im­por­tant for elite ath­letes.’ Rick Miller

MEAT AL­TER­NA­TIVE Win­ner Gosh! Beet­root Burg­ers ‘Th­ese burg­ers are fill­ing and have bet­ter sus­tain­abil­ity cre­den­tials than other, more pro­cessed, meat alternatives. Per­fect atop a salad or for grilling on a bar­be­cue.’ Louise Syming­ton

Highly com­mended Vivera Veg­gie Chicken Pieces ‘Vivera’s product is high in pro­tein and low in sug­ars, which is very im­por­tant for a meat al­ter­na­tive.’ Rhi­an­non Lam­bert

CHEESE Win­ner Ci­cioni al­mond and cashew-based cheese ‘This non-dairy cheese con­tains only four in­gre­di­ents and has been fer­mented, mean­ing it’s less pro­cessed and healthier than a lot of its com­peti­tors.’ Rhi­an­non Lam­bert

READY MEAL Win­ner Bol Ker­alan Co­conut Curry ‘Af­ter re­mov­ing all meat and fish from its range last year, this sum­mer, Bol went com­pletely ve­gan. This meal de­liv­ers two of your five a day, it’s nu­tri­ent-dense and tastes great, too.’ Louise Syming­ton

WH STAR PRODUCT The To­foo Co Smoked Tofu ‘This tofu has a com­plete amino acid pro­file for those who don’t eat meat. Plus, it’s ver­sa­tile enough to be used in sweet and savoury dishes.’ Rhi­an­non Lam­bert

ALT MILK Win­ner Oatly Oat Drink ‘With any alt milk, for­ti­fi­ca­tion is so im­por­tant. Oatly is for­ti­fied with cal­cium and vi­ta­min D, as well as ri­boflavin and vi­ta­min B12. As oats have a lower car­bon foot­print than nuts, this is also a more sus­tain­able op­tion. Plus, it doesn’t cur­dle in cof­fee. Bonus.’ Rhi­an­non Lam­bert

Highly com­mended Rebel Kitchen Skimmed Mylk ‘This Soil As­so­ci­a­tion cer­ti­fied alt milk is less wa­tery than oth­ers on the mar­ket. But as it’s not for­ti­fied, any­one who doesn’t con­sume dairy should be sure to get their vi­ta­mins and min­er­als else­where.’

SWEET TREAT Win­ner Su­per­foodio Sweet Clus­ters – Ca­cao Or­ange & Turmeric ‘Th­ese clus­ters are pre­dom­i­nantly nuts that con­tain both pro­tein and es­sen­tial fats – they also taste in­cred­i­ble.’ Rhi­an­non Lam­bert

YO­GHURT Win­ner Al­pro Go On Plain Nat­u­ral ‘It’s great to find a sat­is­fy­ing plant-based yo­ghurt that’s low in sugar and high in pro­tein. It’s thick and creamy, which makes it per­fect with your morn­ing gra­nola.’ Claire San­der­son

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