- Gluten Free
- Soy Free
- Dairy Free
- Grain free
- No Added Sugar
- No Artificial Flavors
- No Artificial Preservatives
- No Artificial Colors
Our 100% grain-free, plant-based protein powder is a nutrient-rich blend of clean, high-quality proteins including pea, chia, pumpkin, hemp and quinoa.
At only 120 calories, it contains 15 grams of high-quality protein in every serving. For comparison, one-half of a boneless chicken breast, cooked is about 13 grams of protein and 115 calories.
Life’s Abundance Plant Protein is absolutely delicious and you can feel great about drinking it every day, because each and every ingredient was carefully chosen for its quality and safety.
While other protein powders use sunflower oil, we decided not to use this oil because it is high in omega-6 fatty acids, a fat that is much too prevalent in the American diet. Our Life’s Abundance Plant Protein contains non-GMO coconut oil powder, which is a great source of beneficial fatty acids that are easily absorbed. In addition, this health-promoting oil adds to the delicious taste and smooth texture of our blend.
Life’s Abundance Plant Protein is ideal for pre or post workouts, breakfast or whenever you need a healthy boost of energy from protein or a quick on-the-go snack.
With a superior taste and texture, it mixes easily with water into a silky smooth, rich and satisfying shake. Add to smoothies, pancakes, baked goods, oatmeal and more for a delicious way to increase protein.
Naturally cholesterol free, pea protein is considered highly useable and contains branched-chain amino acids (the building blocks of body tissue). It is a great source of protein for vegetarians and vegans. Pea protein is considered a hypoallergenic ingredient, so it is perfect for people with major food allergies. Because it is easily digestible, it is easy on the stomach.
A great source of protein for vegans, quinoa is an easy to digest, complete protein that contains all of the essential amino acids as well as healthy monounsaturated fat and omega-3 fatty acids. Quinoa contains iron, B-vitamins, vitamin E and fiber. Chock full of minerals, it contains magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and calcium in addition to manganese and copper.
An easy-to-digest grain considered a complete protein because it contains all of the amino acids. Hemp is a very good source of protein for vegans. Contains essential fatty acids and it is a great source of vitamin E, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper and zinc. Hemp is high in fiber so it helps you feel full, longer. Hemp protein is great for people with major food allergies because it is not derived from commonly allergenic foods like milk, eggs, soy and nuts.
High in protein, fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, chia seed helps slow digestion, leaving you fuller, longer. Chia seed is high in tryptophan and a good source of calcium and phosphorus.
Rich in phytonutrients, phytosterols, manganese, tryptophan, magnesium, copper, zinc and iron, pumpkin seed is a great source of omega-3s. It is also high in tryptophan.
Coconut Oil Powder
A source of health-promoting fatty acids, which are easily absorbed and used for energy.
Nutritious Living Made Easy
Here at Life’s Abundance, we are dedicated to providing you and your family with top quality products. That’s why we partnered with one of the nation’s leading authorities on nutrition, Keri Glassman MS.RD.CDN. to develop our new line of dietary supplements.
Ms. Glassman’s long-established reputation as a leader in her field positions her as a highly sought after speaker and regular guest on major television programs, where she shares her insights on nutrition and healthy eating. In addition to authoring six popular books on diet, nutrition and healthy living, she also serves as an advisor to both Women’s Health Magazine and Yahoo Health and is a contributor to People Magazine and Foodnetwork.com.
As founder of Keri Glassman Nutritious Life, Keri and her team help many private clients, including celebrities, live happier, healthier lives by balancing nutrition, sleep, exercise and stress management, among other things.
Keri’s passion is driven by the idea that excellent nutrition should be attainable for everyone. And, pairing with Life’s Abundance helps her further her mission of empowering the public to take charge of their wellness through nutrition.
That’s why Ms. Glassman wholeheartedly endorses these meticulously formulated products with hand-picked ingredients and no GMOs, gluten, dairy, grains or anything artificial to provide clean, healthy choices for those that are striving to lead more nutritious lives.
Why should I choose foods that are non-GMO?
GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms. Genetic modification is a technique that alters living cells to produce new chemicals and functions in plants and animals. Many food scientists question the safety of genetically modified foods because they do not know if eating GMO foods over a lifetime can damage our health.
What is vegan?
A vegan is a person who does not eat or use animal products.
What does gluten free mean and why is it important?
Gluten is the sticky protein found in certain grains including wheat, barley and rye.
To people with celiac disease, a gluten-free diet is very important because it is the only known treatment for celiac disease, an autoimmune digestive disease. People with celiac cannot digest gluten, which causes inflammation in the digestive system and affects the small intestine's ability to absorb nutrients from food. Symptoms of celiac disease include diarrhea, bloating, fatigue, and anemia.
People with gluten sensitivity have similar symptoms to those with celiac disease but test negative for it as well as wheat allergies. These people may feel fatigued, depressed, bloated and have abdominal pain.
Gluten-free grains include rice, corn, quinoa and buckwheat.
I have noticed “soy free” foods lately and I want to know if soy products are unhealthy?
Soy is one of the top food allergies, especially among babies and children. Symptoms of soy allergy are typically mild, although anaphylaxis is possible.
People avoiding GMOs may avoid soy since more than 90% of soybeans grown in the U.S. are genetically modified.
Soy can disrupt thyroid function which may lead to hypothyroidism and thyroid problems.
Soy contains phytoestrogens, compounds that mimic human estrogen.
Is eating dairy free healthy?
People may go dairy free if they are lactose-intolerant, have a milk allergy or are vegan.
People with lactose intolerance do not have the enzyme lactase which helps to digest milk and they can experience diarrhea, nausea, bloating and cramps when eating dairy products.
Milk allergies, which are one of the top 8 food allergies, occur either minutes or hours after having milk or milk products and can cause hives, wheezing, vomiting, diarrhea and cramps.
People may also avoid dairy for ethical reasons or believe it helps keep their skin clear.
Is chocolate really a healthy choice?
Far from being a ‘guilty pleasure’, the chocolate in our Plant Protein is both highly nutritive and free from the sugar, milk fats and oils found in chocolate bars. Further, cocoa is produced by grinding cocoa nibs to powder after the cocoa butter has been removed, thus minimizing the naturally occurring fat content.
Both the cocoa and organic cacao included in this premium blend are filled with important and widely researched minerals and antioxidants including copper and magnesium.
Sugar is a natural ingredient so why do I care if there’s no sugar added?
Eating too much sugar has been linked to inflammation throughout the body and increased health risks. It is important to check labels since manufacturers frequently add sugar to many products that you would not think of as sweet, such as pasta sauces, chicken nuggets, cured meats, and ketchup. Also, sugar comes in many forms such as cane syrup, high fructose corn syrup and crystalline fructose.
What are glucosylated steviol glycosides in the Chocolate Plant Protein?
Glucosylated steviol glycosides are non-nutrative sweet-tasting extracts derived from the stevia plant.
What is rebaudioside A?
Rebaudioside A is an ingredient that is extracted from stevia leaves. It is hundreds of times sweeter than sugar, so very little is needed to sweeten foods and/or beverages.
What is monk fruit extract?
This fruit grown in Southeast Asia is one to one-and-one-half times sweeter than sugar so very little is needed to sweeten foods and/or beverages.
Are natural flavors healthier than artificial flavors?
In general, artificial flavors tend to be in foods that are overly processed. If a food product contains artificial flavors, check to make sure that it doesn't also contain other less desirable additives like artificial colors and preservatives.
What’s wrong with artificial colors?
Artificial colors may cause hyperactivity and behavioral changes in children. Some artificial colors have been linked to increased health risks.
What’s wrong with artificial preservatives?
Some artificial preservatives have been linked to increased health risks.
What are the manufacturer’s credentials?
This dietary supplement is manufactured by a company that is GMP certified and FDA regulated in the USA.
I love this plant protein, I use the chocolate as a snack in the afternoon or evening, just sweet enough but not to sweet. I mix it with coconut milk and blend.
9 days ago
It is absolutely delicious. It is great for breakfast or whenever you need a boost of energy or a quick snack and you can feel great about drinking it every day, because it is only 120 calories and has 15 grams of protein in every serving.
45 days ago
I make a shake every morning, helps get the day started.
58 days ago
Very smooth. I make lots of fun recipes in the winter when I am to cold for a smoothie. Hot chocolate, protein muffins/cookies (I use protein in place of flour) and my favorite is pancakes with the vanilla protein! The pancakes are so good...just 1 scoop of vanilla and two eggs blend up and make delicious pancakes the kids will love.
78 days ago
I thought it was okay, the Vanilla tastes much better in my opinion.
86 days ago
Taste good. I start my morning everyday with it.
86 days ago
I have tried so many chocolate protein powders and they all tasted like chalk or were grainy....NOT this one! It is creamy, smooth and delicious. Great on its own with water or nut milk, as an addition to smoothies or as hot chocolate on a chilly day.
99 days ago
Too expensive and didnt make any difference
100 days ago
I mix strawberries in with this formula for a luscious shake!
100 days ago
I was never much of a chocolate protein fan, but that changed when this one came out! I love using it for shakes, brownies, hot cocoa, and even mixing it in with oatmeal. The best chocolate protein around.
114 days ago
The BEST chocolate protein we've ever tasted. The kids ask for it all the time. Try it as an alternative to hot cocoa!
114 days ago
Love the taste, its not gritty AND it is acceptable to my paleo diet
127 days ago
Love the chocolate protein easy to used, I drink it at mealtime.
127 days ago
This tastes as good as the Vanilla. It is another option. Both are excellent.
127 days ago
Delicious and chocolatey! My two year old loves the chocolate protein, too! It's great for making healthy hot cocoa and adding to my favorite smoothie recipes.
127 days ago
Rich, smooth, and delicious!
127 days ago
I'm in love. I've tried many kinds of protein powder, but nothing matches the taste and quality of Life's Abundance! I make all kinds of goodies with the protein like pancakes, granola, Nice cream, and smoothies. I also love that I can share with my kids and everybody enjoys.
142 days ago
I LOVE the chocolate protein!!! It tastes delicious, there is no chalky texture and you can even put it in healthy desserts like vegan brownies. Best part, it doesn't leave me bloated like all the whey proteins I've tried.
162 days ago