VegaLite is a non-whey, vegetable-based protein powder that is low in sugar, calories, and fat. VegaLite is ideal for vegans and vegetarians, dairy-sensitive individuals, and for anyone requiring additional protein in their daily diet.* VegaLite is safe to use with children and the elderly.
VegaLite provides 24 grams of protein per serving, from an easily assimilated proprietary blend of pea and rice protein – a welcome alternative to more allergenic casein-, soy-, or egg-based protein sources.*
VegaLite is available in great-tasting chocolate and vanilla flavors. VegaLite can be mixed with water, with your beverage of choice, or blended as part of a smoothie or shake.
One Level (30.9 g) Scoop Contains:
Calories from Fat 20
Total Fat 2 g
Saturated Fat 0.5 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 400 mg
Total Carbohydrate 1 g
Dietary Fiber 1 g
Sugars 1 g
Protein 24 g
Proprietary Blend* 28 g
Pea Protein Isolate
Typical Amino Acid Amounts (g) Per Serving:
Aspartic Acid 2.6
Glutamic Acid 3.9
**Essential Amino Acid
Flavors, Stevia extract (leaf) (Rebaudioside A 95%), Silicon Dioxide.
*VegaLite, Thorne's trade name for proprietary pea / rice protein blend.
Mix one level (30.8 g) scoop of powder with 10 oz. of water, juice, or preferred beverage daily or as recommended by your health-care practitioner.
Servings Per Container: 14 or 30
Please read the warnings for this product on the warnings tab.
Statements and Warnings
This product is contraindicated in an individual with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients.
This product does not contain wheat, gluten, corn, yeast, soy, egg, dairy products, or artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial flavors. This product also does not contain lactose, palmitic acid, magnesium stearate, or stearic acid.
If pregnant, consult your health-care practitioner before using this product.
There are no known adverse interactions or contraindications at publication date.
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