Pulsin based in Gloucestershire go above and beyond to deliver highly nutritious foods including their unflavoured Protein Powders full of the best quality ingredients' nature can provide.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Why use Pulsin?
WHAT IS PULSIN?
Pulsin's protein range of vegan friendly natural whey proteins. Meaning you can choose a protein powder, whatever your diet!
All of their protein powders are natural and unflavoured, giving you the freedom to develop your own recipes.
They are the perfect addition to smoothies, porridge bowls, juices and your favourite recipes. Just one serving is a big step towards your recommended daily protein intake.
IS PULSIN GLUTEN FREE?
Yes, all of our powders undergo gluten testing and contain less than 20ppm of gluten, which is the EU definition for Gluten Free. We do not handle any gluten on site.
YOUR SERVING SUGGESTION IS ONLY 10G, CAN I HAVE MORE IF I WOULD LIKE MORE PROTEIN?
Yes, our serving suggestion is the minimum serving rather than the optimum. You may have more powder if you would like, however we recommend that you gradually increase the volume, different consumers' digestion systems can react slightly differently to increasing volumes. We also recommend that you do not exceed 40g of powder in one serving, (generally your body can only utilise a maximum of 40g in one sitting). Please also bear in mind that the recommended protein intake in the UK for women is 45g and men 55g. However this can vary according to your height, muscle mass and gender (your lifestyle and activity levels).
CAN THE PROTEIN POWDER BE COOKED?
Pulsin powders can be gently heated (for example in a sauce) it should not be boiled or roasted. Do not heat the whey protein above 60 degrees for any length of time, this would denature the protein and give it a "cheesy" flavour. Although denaturing due to heating the proteins should not affect the nutritional profile it may affect the enzymatic effects and flavour.
AS AN ATHLETE, CAN I OVERDOSE ON THE PROTEIN POWDERS?
Standard doses do exist according to activity level and body composition. We recommend that protein consumption should not exceed 3g/kg of lean body mass per day. However, recent evidence has seen the effect of 4.4 g/kg per day, with no negative effects shown. We would advise that this protein comes from a wide range of food sources including our protein products.