Vegan Meal Shake
Powder Matter Vegan- Features
Don't think, Just drink!
Evidence Based Ingredients
100 gram (401 kcal) contains 30 gram of proteins. Mainly coming from Buckwheat, Almonds and Soy.
The complex carbohydrates coming from Buckwheat, Almonds and Linseed make sure you have energy for at least 4 to 6 hours.
No added sugar
The sugar in Powder Matter Vegan is ultra low and is naturally occuring in Buckwheat and almonds.
No sugars hidden under names as: cane-syrup, apple-extract, fruit-juice-extract, natural-honey…
A True Meal Replacement
One serving of 100 gram contains already 7.5 gram of fibers which is already a third of the daily advised dose.
27 essential vitamins & minerals
Almond the nut is so fatty that it is sufficient to supply you with enough daily fats on its own.
With 1100 mg Omega 3 Fatty acids per 100 mg, the Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratio of this meal is 1:2.
A Perfectly Balanced meal, with energy coming from the right ingredients
The ingredients in one meal of our product are designed as such that 36% of energy comes from carbohydrates, 30% from proteins, 30% from fats, 4% from fibers.
This is within the advised evidence based guidelines from the European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA).
Everything the body needs, all the carbs, proteins, fats, fibers, vitamins and minerals
Paying attention to latest insights in food science, we avoided added sugar, GMO products, trans fats and an excess of saturated fats.
We included more protein, more fibers, complex carbohydrates, and Omega-3 fatty acids.
Frequently Asked Questions
Powder Matter is a company that produces nutritionally complete, energetically balanced meal replacements for convenience at an affordable price.
More affordable than most others at least…
The first type of product are the meal-shakes which have an original and a vegan variant.
Powder Matter is food. The purpose of it is to supply a person with a healthy and whole meal, either drinkable (as a meal-shake) or as an edible bar-meal.
Powder Matter is not a supplement nor an additive.
However this does not mean it can’t be used as a meal-replacement to diet on. But it can also be used as a mass gainer to gain weight in a healthy manner. Please see our blog post on how to.
Fill a shaker with 500 ml water. Add 100 mg of Powder Matter Vegan powder to the shaker. Shake until all powder is dissolved.
The amount of added water can be lowered down to 350 ml when a thicker consistency is desired.
Use a blender to grind down the small pieces of nuts to achieve a smoother consistency.
Yes you can.
Even though we know and strongly believe that our meals will provide a healthy and complete meal, we would advice to build in some kind of variation in your diet to keep life exciting. See also our blog article on a personal opinion.
All Powder Matter products until now are gluten free.
So is the Original Meal shake. It contains certified gluten-free Oat meal and gluten-free Soy meal.
Powder Matter Original is Vegetarian because it contains whey.
However our Vegan product, based on buckwheat and nuts is 100% vegan!
To most Western and Central European countries shipping is free from a purchase of 40€ – 75€.
- When you buy worth of a month of meals (30 bags), a bag will cost you 1.50€. This is 89€ cents per 400 kcal. Compare this to others on https://blendrunner.com or on https://soylent-alternatives.com
- When you subscribe you get an additional 10% discount depending on the subscription.
- And students also get 10% discount, with a proof of studentschip.
- We also have a refer-a-friend action where we give away 10€ discount.
- If you write a review about Powder Matter, let us know and we will reward it with a 10% discount coupon.
A certain amount of an ingredient, provides for a certain amount of energy. There are certain movements that advise on how to distribute your energy over the separate ingredients categories. Think of movements such as paleo and atkins.
The distribution of ingredients in our meals is based on guidelines from the European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA). The EFSA publishes guidelines on food, for the general population, based on evidence based research.
Evidence based means that a recommendation is made based on the highest level of possible scientific research.
Mostly people in the food industry, the bigger companies included, act on base of recommendations from one single dietitian or a nutritionist.
This is inherent to the middle ages and is called Eminence based…