PureGreen Best Vegan Protein Supplement

Non-GMO Protein from Pea, Rice, Spirulina and Alfalfa
for the First All-Vegetable Protein Ideally Balanced for Human

A few months ago clumps of my hair started falling out in the shower and my fingernails constantly cracked. In doing a little research, I realized that I was not getting enough quality protein, so I started adding 20 grams of PureGreen Protein to my morning power drink of Green Vibrance, Joint Vibrance and Rainbow Vibrance. Within a month of adding PureGreen Protein, my hair stopped falling out, and now, three months later, not only did my nails stop breaking, but I noticed that the ridges on my nails are going away. I've tried other protein products in the past, but this is the first time I am actually noticing health benefits, something I notice with ALL Vibrant Health supplements.

PureGreen Best Vegan Protein SupplementVibrant Health PureGreen Vegan Protein is a revolutionary formula of pure green vegetable protein with the amino acid ratio of human muscle. It is a wonderfully balanced and bioavailable complete protein. PureGreen Vegan Protein offers:

  • Superb bioavailability from vegetable sources (NO animal by-products)
  • Balanced amino acids to match human muscle
  • Support for growth and tissue repair
  • Safe to use for pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • 20 GRAMS protein per serving
  • Gluten free
  • Dairy free
  • Egg free
  • Both vegetarian and vegan
  • Makes a great meal replacement product that contains 20 grams of protein from 13.7 pounds of raw vegetables
  • In NATURAL (unflavored) and three flavors (Chocolate, Vanilla and Mixed Berry)

Egg and Whey Protein

Protein supplements come in many forms, some being a better fit for us than others. Egg albumin and whey proteins have long been considered the best, until now. The amino acid profiles of albumin and whey supply all the essential amino acids needed by human muscle, although not quite in the proper ratios to precisely match. They, nevertheless, are efficiently utilized by the human body to build muscle tissue and other structures. What is not needed for tissue building is usually burned up for energy production. In fact, about 55% of dietary protein is commonly converted to energy, which is a good thing because conversion of protein to energy happens at a gradual pace, resulting in sustained and steady blood sugar levels.

Plant Proteins

Plant proteins have historically been poorly suited for human use because most lack one or more essential amino acids or contain so little of one or another of them that it is as if the amino acid were absent. Hemp protein is a classic example. Its amino acid profile is a miserable match for human muscle tissue.

Soy Protein

Soy protein's amino acid profile is also unbalanced for human needs. Additionally, soy has the problem of "anti-nutrients" that interfere with basic aspects of human biochemistry. First among them are inhibitors that block trypsin and chromotrypsin, enzymes needed for protein digestion. Soybeans also contain haemagglutinin, a clot-promoting substance that causes red blood cells to clump together, goitrogens that depress thyroid function, and one of the highest phylate levels of any grain or legume. Phylates block intestinal absorption of essential minerals (i.e., calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc). Residues of these anti-nutrients often remain in processed soy proteins. Plus, nearly all soy in the USA is GMO, which makes soy an unhealthy option.

PureGreen Protein from Pea, Spirulina, Rice and Alfalfa

Other plant proteins fare better under analysis. Pea protein ranks highly with an amino acid ratio suitably approximating human muscle. Spirulina protein, alfalfa and rice protein have value by containing good amounts of all essential amino acids, in fairly good balance. By combining a variety of plant proteins in the correct amount, and adding a few select free amino acids, it is possible to create a purely vegetable protein with an amino acid ration that surpasses albumin and whey proteins, and is nearly equal to that of human muscle tissue.

That is exactly what Vibrant Health has done in PureGreen Protein. Non-GMO protein from pea, rice, spirulina and alfalfa are joined with four select free amino acids to create the first all-vegetable protein ideally balanced for human consumption.

NOTE: Vibrant Health does not use sprouted or fermented brown rice because the intent is to deliver the protein portion of rice. Rice grains do not need to be sprouted or fermented beforehand in order to extract the protein. To do so would unnecessarily add steps and costs to processing that would not deliver any added benefit, since isolating pure protein is the goal. 

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NOTE: Vibrant Health's Maximum Vibrance Meal Replacement formula includes PureGreen Protein, Green Vibrance and Rainbow Vibrance


As a dietary supplement, once each day - or more often if you desire - mix one level scoop (enclosed) of PureGreen Protein or the contents of one PureGreen Protein packet, into 8 ounces of your favorite juice, rice, or almond beverage, or water. Stir briskly. Drink, enjoy and prosper. Each scoop provides 28.74 grams of vegetable proteins and free amino acids, carefully combined so their amino acid profile closely matches that of human muscle tissue.