What is omega-3 and how do I get it?

Are you interested in the extremely important and sought-after omega-3 fatty acids? and more specifically EPA & DHA. If so this article is for you.

We bring you the reader through a series of steps from what omega-3 fatty acids are, all the way to why they are a superior purchase compared to fish oil. Finally, we also detail the "why" behind their importance for those interested in a brief overview of the physiology. ENJOY!!




A guide to vegan protein

Are you interested in the intricacies of plant-based foods and their protein content? why they are seen as inferior to animal-based? Why they don't have to be inferior? and how we could go about optimising the plant-based diet for muscle growth in the context of protein.

In this article, we bring you through the answers to all these questions and much more. Sharpen your pencil and get ready to take one step closer to optimising your own protein needs.

Protein myth busting - what is the anabolic window?

Are you confused about protein? When to eat it? How much to have? Is it unhealthy? In this segment, we aim to demystify some of the common myths related to protein and provide you with the reader with evidence-based answers to these die-hard myths.

Do plant-based diets have enough protein?

Are you getting enough protein? This essential guide is made to equip you with the knowledge to make informed decisions regarding your protein source and overall intake to thrive on a plant-based diet.

Why is protein important?

This article will introduce some basic concepts about: what is protein, why we need it, amino acids and why all protein is not created equal. 

World Ozone Day

Celebrate World Ozone Day by taking vegan, plant-based supplements like our Plantforce Synergy Protein.

Benefits with Mag Osteo

We hear a lot about how important calcium is for our bone health. What isn’t as widely circulated is just how critical the right balance between calcium, magnesium and other essential vitamins and minerals are.

Heavy Metal Testing

During 2014 it was confirmed by independent labs in US and Europe that many plant-based proteins powders, especially rice protein, contained high levels of a heavy metal called tungsten.

Research project with DTU

For the next three years we take part in a scientific joint venture research project to find ways to extract protein from red seaweed.