Nutribody Protein comes from US company Baseline Nutritionals who specialise in health supplements based on organic ingredients. The company’s slogan is “when compromise is not an option” and is aimed at people who want good quality supplements and believe in alternative health.
Nutribody Protein is a protein powder that is based on pea protein and brown rice and delivers all the comparable benefits of whey protein but without any of the common side effects of animal based protein. It looks to be good quality, healthy and safe to use and may be worth a try if you are looking to build muscle and/or trying to lose weight.
However, Nutribody Protein does not seem very popular and there is very little independent feedback. In our opinion the vegan style of this company is not attracting the bodybuilders who may actually benefit from taking this supplement.
No reported side effects, but you should speak to your doctor first if you have any medical issues around low blood pressure or are taking medication.
Nutribody Protein is fairly expensive compared to some other protein powders on the market. If you buy from the official Baseline Nutritional website you need to sign up for an account first.
1 x 2.4lbs tub (37 servings) costs $49.95. US shipping cost an additional $6.95
You can also buy Nutribody Protein via Amazon USA for the same price.
We are impressed with Nutribody Protein and it is not often we say that about supplements! This protein powder looks to be a good quality product which compares well performance wise with whey protein but has none of the possible side effects. In our opinion, Nutribody Protein looks clean and safe and will suit people who care as much about their health as they do in building muscle and getting a six pack.
However, as some customers have said, Nutribody Protein is expensive. In addition, it does not seem very popular with people looking to build muscle and strength. The vegan description could be putting some people off, but if you can get over the slightly new age flavour of this company as well as the taste of peas, Nutribody Protein may just be worth a try.
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Nutribody Protein is a powdered protein supplement that you add to juice or fruit in order to make a protein shake or smoothie. It is only available in vanilla flavour and is one of the only protein powders that we have seen which is suitable for vegans and is kosher.
According to the product information it is suitable for athletes and people wanting to build muscle and strength. It is also suitable for weight loss and it can be used as a meal replacement shake or as a nutritional supplement for seniors and adults of all ages.
Baseline Nutritionals is an alternative health company and many of their products seemed to be aimed at increasing longevity and vitality thanks to the advice of their so called “miracle doctors.” In truth we are always a bit sceptical of anything that looks like a new age style supplement company. Far too often “alternative health” descends into colon cleansing and other wacky and unproven theories around how the body works with supplements for liver detoxes and similar. It can seem a short step away from tree hugging and crystal healing!
However, Nutribody Protein looks to be a very good supplement that should suit even the most traditional and mainstream athlete or body builder. The protein powder contains natural protein derived from pea and brown rice and has a comprehensive amino acid profile which compares well with whey protein.
Mix 1 scoop (4 rounded tbsp) of Nutribody Protein ® with juice or add to fruit to make a smoothie! Best if taken throughout the day in a shake or mixed in a meal. For active adults, consume 0.5 grams of protein per pound of weight per day. For maximum strength athletes, consume 0.8 grams of protein (or more) per pound of body weight per day.
It also contains Citruline malate, which may improve aerobic performance and capacity. Citruline malate appears to work by influencing lactic acid metabolism and reducing fatigue.
Nutribody Protein looks to be a safer and healthier alternative to powders based on whey protein and soy. Although whey protein is used by numerous athletes and body builders it can cause a range of gastro intestinal side effects and there are concerns that soy has an effect upon the body similar to oestrogen.
Baseline Nutritionals was founded in 2003 by husband and wife team Jon and Kristen Barron and the head office is based in Las Vegas. According to the “about us” information, all products are manufactured in GMP (good manufacturing practice) facilities and have been purity tested for heavy metals. The product information claims that all ingredients used in supplements are derived from identifiable sources.
You have to open an account with the company before you can buy from the website but Baseline Nutritionals do not seem to be running any auto bill scams.
According to the product information, Nutribody Protein is the “most nutritious, bio-digestible, hypoallergenic, vegan protein powder on the market”.
It is a “complete rice and pea protein with no side effects.”
There are six key features:
If you use Nutribody Protein as part of your workout program to build muscle it will undoubtedly work as well as, if not better than whey. Pea protein has a similar amino acid profile to whey and along with the L Citrulate Malate will provide a pre workout boost and assist in post workout recovery. In addition, the ingredients in this powder are animal free and are well tolerated by the body. Nutribody Protein digests very easily and side effects and allergies are very unlikely to be a problem.
Nutribody Protein may assist weight loss too. Pea protein may help regulate ghrelin, a substance in the stomach that signals the brain when you are hungry.
Overall, we feel that if you are looking for a protein powder a protein powder based on peas such as Nutribody Protein may be a good choice. And with the additional ingredients of L Citruline Malate and Brown rice extract we think this supplement could be a good choice.
Serving size is one scoop (37g) and contains 140 calories. If you add to fruit juice or milk you will have to take the additional calories of your chosen base beverage into consideration. The powder contains 25g of protein per serving.
Side effects are unlikely. However, some of the ingredients may lower blood pressure.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast-feeding (standard advice for all supplements). Speak to your doctor first if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication, especially anything relating to blood pressure.
There is not a great deal of customer feedback for Nutribody Protein. However, there are some customer reviews placed on the product website and there are also customer reviews on Amazon. All reviews are positive and some seem to have been left in return for a free sample.
This customer used it to increase his protein intake,
I was provided a promotional sample in exchange for my honest review. This stuff is the real deal. …I feel better. I use it to get a bit more protein into my diet in the morning. It evens out my energy throughout the day.
Another customer reported,
Love this stuff! I mix it with water in the morning after a workout and get a nice boost from it. No bloating.
The flavour is an issue with this customer,
This is a very healthy veggie protein with no sweeteners or additives. But it tastes like what it is made out of … Peas. There’s no way around it I know but the flavor pulls it down a star. For what it’s worth this is the highest rating I’ve given any veggie protein.
The price is also an issue with some customers,
A little too expensive, but otherwise excellent in all ways.
Although feedback is generally good for Nutribody Protein, nobody appears to be using it as a bodybuilding supplement.
There is a money-back guarantee if you buy from the Baseline Nutritional website. However, it is only valid for 30 days and is not that easy to claim.
Here’s what Baseline Nutritional have to say about it,
Baseline Nutritional guarantees every product you purchase for 30 days from date of delivery. If for any reason you change your mind about your purchase, just return the opened and unopened portions of the order and we will promptly and cheerfully refund the full purchase price of those products. It’s safe to order, that’s our absolute money-back guarantee.
Before you can claim your money back refund you need to contact customer services for RMA # (return merchandise number). You will need to provide the following information: – Reason for the return. -Which product(s) you are returning? -Are the product(s) opened or unopened -Lot number(s).
You can buy Nutribody Protein direct from the Baseline Nutrition website but you will have to join the site first and register for an account.
Nutribody Protein is also available via Amazon USA.
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