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Vanilla Happy
Shauna Bell
Great product

Vanilla happy has helped me manage stress, get better sleep and reduce mood swings. I mix it with the protein powder and collagen and it makes a tasty smoothie.

Thanks Shauna for the review and so happy to hear that Vanilla Happy is helping with your sleep and mood swings :)

Protein Powder
Shauna Bell
Delicious protein

This is the best tasting protein powder I have tried. Creamy, a touch of sweetness and no funky aftertaste. Goes well mixed with vanilla happy.

So glad you're loving our Protein Powder! Thanks for the review. :)

Beauty Booster
Beauty Booster

Liking what i see when i look in the mirror, this 64yr old face is glowing, thanks to my new found friend " Beauty Booster ". How did i survive without you.

A wow moment!

On a recent holiday when I didn't bother taking my Latte Liberate with me as we would be travelling, by midweek I was getting aches and pains in my hips and legs which I hadn't had for ages. Got home and got a smoothie into me and after a couple of days no more aches and pains. Touch wood I haven't had hot flashes before or during using this product and now I don't want to give it the chance!

Thanks for the review Kathy and glad that your aches and pains are under control again with Latte Liberate ❤️

My happy start to the day

Great product has definitely helped me with hormone balance and feeling positive and ready to start the day.
If I forget to take it I definitely notice the difference it has now become a regular order and I get to save on the cost on auto order.
Thanks Kulture for these products they make a big positive difference in my life and I’m grateful ❤️

So happy that its making a huge difference - great to hear ❤️

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The difference between plant and whey protein, which is better?

The difference between plant and whey protein, which is better? | kulture.store

If you go to the gym on a regular basis, I’m sure you're no stranger to protein powder. People who are working on their fitness goals not only spend time exercising and watching what they eat, but also look into supplements that augment their diet, help them build muscle mass, and get proper nutrition. Whey protein is the most popular option since it is very convenient to get a huge tub of it anywhere. At a grocery or any health and wellness store, you will find shelves filled with countless options for whey protein powders.

What is whey protein anyway?

Whey protein is one of two proteins in milk, the other one is Casein. It is formed as a byproduct of cheesemaking. It is the liquid part that remains after milk coagulates into cheese. Remember Little Ms. Muffet eating her curds and whey? It is the liquid you see when curds (or curdled milk) separates into lumps of cheese when you make cottage cheese.

Whey protein is the hugely popular choice as a protein supplement because it is readily available, it is cheap, and it works. That is because whey is derived from milk and all animal proteins are complete proteins, with all essential amino acids. But while whey protein is the go-to supplement for upping your protein intake, it has some hidden side effects.

Why you should opt for Plant Based

Whey protein is not a vegan option, owing to the fact that is is derived from animal sources. However, vegan or not, you might want to look into alternative supplements like plant based protein supplements. Unlike, whey protein that is chock full of artificial sweeteners, hard to digest, and have gone through an extensive manufacturing process that degrades the quality of the protein itself, plant based protein powders like those derived from brown rice, hemp, pea, or soy are minimally processed, contain little to no artificial sweeteners, are easily digestible, and have a naturally neutral taste.

Plant Protein is better for the body

Another factor to consider is the ease of assimilation into the body. 98% of plant protein is absorbed by the body, while whey protein only 10%. Consider that when opting for a whey protein. Yes whey is usually cheaper, however your body is only absorbing a fraction of it.

Plant protein assimilates better, whey protein, because of its tendency to contain lactose, can be a bit problematic for your digestive system and can lead to bloating, and flatulence, lots of it! Ever noticed that? I’m sure everyone around you does. ;)

A strong point of contention among whey protein users is that whey protein is complete and gives you all the essential amino acids needed for muscle growth and recovery. But if you are conscious about getting your supplements from natural sources, then it is best to stick to a combination of brown rice and pea or add BCAA's to your supplement routine.


Plant based protein supplements are equal to whey protein if not better. There is no difference in performance in terms of building muscle, improving strength, and aiding muscle recovery. Plant assimilates better with the body and if you have problems with dairy perhaps its time to consider using plant based protein supplements instead of whey protein powders. It is just as effective and healthier, too!

Kulture's Plant Protein Powder

Blueberry burst is a blend of pea and brown rice with added greens and superfoods.

  • Easier to digest
  • 3 ingredients only
  • No bloating
  • Healthier for your body
  • 98% absorption
  • 80% protein
  • Free from sugar, soy & dairy


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