The regular protein sachets/pouches have 15g of protein per serving to
meet your daily protein intake and the sports protein sachets/pouches have 25g of protein along with 5g BCAA to help meet the higher protein requirements of athletes and fitness enthusiasts. The regular variant is lighter in consistency-more like a juice whereas the sport is more smoothie-like and thicker.

An average adult with a sedentary/inactive lifestyle needs between 1-1.5 grams of protein for every kilogram of body weight daily. Hence a person weighing 60 kg would need about 60-90 grams of protein per day. However your degree of activity as well as your weight and sex determine how this requirement evolves. An inactive person would require less protein compared to a moderately active or highly active person. Also men require a higher amount than women.
You can use our protein calculator to broadly help determine your daily protein requirement based on a few of these parameters.

You can have our protein anytime throughout the day, however, protein is best consumed POST a workout. As a rule, protein should ideally NOT be consumed Pre-workout

Protein helps in building muscles and is effective in maintaining a healthy weight. Additionally, protein is also good for your hair, skin, and nails. Green Protein, in particular, contains pea protein which is known for its weight loss properties. It doesn't aid with weight gain.

We recommend having our regular variants with water. Some of the flavors like Black Currant, Orange, and Raw mango have Vitamin C which can cause milk to split when used with milk. Our sports variant is again best with water. However, you can mix it with milk/plant-based milk of your choice.

Our 1/2 kg pouches (Regular) have 22 servings and our 1 kg pouches
(Sport) have 30 servings.

Green Protein contains all 9 essential amino acids which the body can’t produce on its own.

We have several pregnant and lactating women using our products regularly. None of the ingredients used by us are contraindicated in either pregnancy or during lactation. However do cross check the ingredient list with your health practitioner to be doubly sure.

Pea protein has been proven to be just as effective for muscle building
purposes as Whey Protein. Our Sport Variant with 25 gms Protein per serving, along with added BCAA is perfect for such muscle building endeavours with results similar to the best Whey Protein available in the market.

There is a very tiny difference in bioavailability between Pea Protein Isolate and Whey protein Isolate. They are both comparable to each other.

Absolutely! All our products contain zero sugar and can be safely consumed by Type 1/ Type 2 diabetics.

While protein powder is commonly associated with muscle growth and recovery, it can also play a role in brain health. Protein is a crucial macronutrient that provides the building blocks for neurotransmitters, which are chemicals that transmit signals between nerve cells in the brain. Therefore, consuming protein powder can help support brain function and cognitive performance.
One particular amino acid found in protein powders, called tyrosine, is a precursor for dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine, which are
neurotransmitters involved in regulating mood, attention, and focus. Consuming protein powder as part of a balanced meal or snack can help provide a steady source of energy to the brain, helping to improve mental clarity and focus. In summary, protein powder can be a beneficial addition to a diet for supporting brain health and cognitive function.