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When you’re running to the bathroom, experiencing protein farts or just not feeling great after your whey protein shake, there’s a problem.
It means that you probably have an intolerance to whey – and it’s not just you – 65% of the population have some level of intolerance to different types of dairy proteins, but most aren’t even aware of it.
No big deal? Actually, consuming whey when you’re intolerant leads to three big problems: not only do you not feel great in your stomach, but you won’t absorb all of the protein you consume, and it leads to inflammation (which affects your performance and recovery).
We found this problem to be extremely prevalent in the world of pro-sports, but we realized it affects everyone.
"I felt lethargic, and bloated, and tired, and I realized... It may not cause an allergic reaction like where my throat swells up or anything like that but it didn't have a good effect on me. And that's really important, I think that all athletes should know."
"Unless you're extreme celiac or peanut allergy, they're not aware that they actually have the allergy itself. They'll say, "I eat that all the time," and when they start to correlate food to the inflammation or how they feel, then they realize."
"I was like, this can't be normal to feel bloated and not well every single day. For the last ten years, I was eating everything on that list that I'm sensitive to. I mean everything. No wonder I was so uncomfortable for so long."
Take yourself off whey for 21 days and see how much better you feel.
Pro-athletes have already started switching, will you join them?
That’s what we thought as well. After all, most plant-based protein powders are just not optimized for performance athletes who need the best.
Pea, soy and rice protein are the most common sources – but they have bad amino acid profiles, slow and suboptimal absorption, and have higher exposure to heavy metals like arsenic and lead.
The thing is, not all plant-based protein is made equal. We’ve come a long way when it comes to plant-based protein sources. We can make an amazing protein without pea, soy or any of these cheap, low quality sources.
In fact, we can make a plant-based protein that's way better than whey.
A instantized and predigested mix of key amino acids is immediately absorbed after consumption, sparking protein synthesis.
Then, your body absorbs another 22g of protein (full of essential and branch chain amino acids) that fuels muscle growth post-workout.
Finally, an 8g dose of protein is absorbed slowly by the body to prevent catabolism of your muscles throughout the day.
When engineered for efficiency, potato provides 97-99% protein. Its amino acid profile and digestibility make it an excellent base for Modus Protein.
Pumpkin seed has naturally occuring minerals, fiber, fatty acids and amino acids. Modus contains pumpkin seed protein that is fully soluble while preserving its fantastic nutritional qualities.
Cranberry seed has a unique amino acid profile and protein content, and is rich in anti-oxidants.
Modus plant-based protein gives our athletes an alternative to whey-based recovery products and enhances our recovery nutrition program post training and post game.
The way that Modus is formulated and tastes makes it the best plant-based protein on the market.
I've been using Modus for 6 months and I have felt so much better since I stopped taking whey protein! No bloating, better digestion and great results.
I blended the protein powder with either almond milk or skim milk, plus a banana and ice. I have had few other plant-based proteins, but this was by far my favorite.
I would say I liked it more than my current whey protein as well. Hard to comment on efficacy, but I certainly did not feel like I was lacking on this compared to an alternative. Loved this product.
From a nutritional, fullness, satiety, and performance perspective, I would highly recommend this product. It did not sit heavy there were no after Shake burps or digestive distress and felt like I didn't need to eat for quite some time. The long-term satiety factor was very impressive.
Chocolate was great, no big gastric issues, blended well in cold and hot water. Not grainy at all. It really was tasty - something that several other vegan brands lack. Works well for desserts/puddings chocolates as well as standard PWO.
Taste was much better than pea based proteins. Still a little grainy but not too bad. Threw some frozen strawberries in there 😋
I was very impressed with the quality of this protein! The first thing I noticed was that it did not have the gritty texture of most plant based protein powders which was amazing! The flavor was very good and I could really taste the cocoa powder instead of a grainy dirt flavor. I was VERY impressed with the ingredient list and the amount of amino acid profiles included!
The protein is really good. I think it has a good mouthfeel. Also, its taste is not overpowering which i find in most of chocolate flavor protein products.
I thought the flavor of Modus Protein Powder was very nice. I prefer the more natural cocoa flavor to the super fake tasting chocolate whey powders that are on the market. The texture was thick and fluffy so the shake was very filling.
Loved it. Initially, I mixed it with water and didn't love it, but the second time, I made a protein shake with banana, almond milk, and ice and it was like a little sip of chocolate heaven. I have found most plant-based protein powders to be grainy and hard to dissolve, but Modus was not grainy at all and had no clumps or after-taste. Yay! I felt satiated, yet not overly full or weighed down.
I thought the taste was good. The texture took some getting used to but mixing it with any type of milk helps. I also thought it was easier to digest than most protein powders since I have a sensitive stomach and small intestine so I appreciated that!
It is actually very good! The texture may need some smoothing, but taste-wise the shake was delicious, and not too heavy to digest. I have allergies and intolerances, so I was pleased with the ‘purity’ of the product. I did not have any side effects.
A little grainy, but not bad. It s really good in smoothies or mixed with almond milk. I really liked the rich chocolate flavor. It didn’t give me gas, and that’s a HUGE deal for me.