Plant Based Diet | Plant-Based Protein Foods| Vegan Protein - Fast&Up
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Fast&Up Active Greens - Unflavoured

Detox & Digest with 11 high quality superfoods

Fast&Up Energy Superfoods - Unflavoured

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Fast&Up Organic Spirulina Plus - Unflavoured

100% Plant Based iron for blood building & immunity

Fast&Up - Wheatgrass Plus - Unflavoured

Super trio of Wheatgrass - Barley Grass - Alfalfa

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Fast&Up Plant Protein for Women - Chocolate

Plant protein with superherbs for daily health

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Fast&Up Plant Protein for Women - Mango

Plant protein with superherbs for daily health

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Mix Fast&up Protein to your protein or fruit shake

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Frequently Asked Questions

A plant-based diet or a plant-rich diet is a diet consisting mostly or entirely of plant-based foods — fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, herbs, and spices to fill all or most of your nutritional needs. Plant-based foods are foods derived from plants with no animal-source foods or artificial ingredients.
No, Vegetarian diet is not same as plant based diet because vegetarian diet includes products like dairy products and a plant based diet includes food from no animal sources.
Plant-based diets have been linked with many health benefits, including lower risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. In addition, people consuming a plant based diet are able to maintain a healthy weight. Plant-based diets low in fat are a powerful way to achieve good health. Diets focused on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes avoid saturated fats associated with heart disease, diabetes, and other conditions.
A plant-based diet can help you achieve your weight goals. Plant-based diets are beneficial for weight loss, because they are rich in fiber, which helps fill you up without adding extra calories.
A varied plant-based diet of whole grains, vegetables, and beans can easily meet your daily protein needs. According to the Dietary Reference Intake report for macronutrients, that means that the average sedentary man should eat about 56 grams of protein per day, and the average woman should eat about 46 grams.
Rosehip is a clinically proven ingredient helps to decrease joint pain, helps protect the joints of active people from damage which are vital for joint care, contributes to protect cartilage, reduce joint pain, inflammation, swelling and stiffness and helps to manage osteoarthritis.
The term “superfood” is a new term referring to foods that offer maximum nutritional benefits for minimal calories. Superfoods are nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Superfoods helps to enhance metabolism, provide instant and sustained energy.
Curcumin is a compound that comes from the family of curcuminoids, helps to boost immunity. Curcumin helps to enhance immune system by improving gut flora, supports gut, regulates stress hormone levels in the body and regulates immune system activity. The role of Black Pepper is to enhance bioavailability of Curcumin. In addition to that also has antioxidant properties and is rich in essential nutrients.
Organic Spirulina is often known as Superfood. Organic Spirulina has excellent nutritional profile with numerous health benefits. It is rich in essential nutrients like Iron, Vitamin A and C and natural antioxidant that helps to enhance immunity, improves gut health, removal of toxins and aids weight loss. It enhance immunity, boost red blood cell production, energy and oxygen supply, detox and general well - being. It helps in detox and cleansing, removal of toxins and also aids weight loss.
Wheatgrass powder is well - known for its nutritional value and health benefits for energizing and rejuvenating our body. Wheatgrass powder helps to eliminate toxins, chemicals and other harmful pathogens along with strengthening our immunity and overall daily health.
Barley grass is rich in amino acids and other essential nutrients along with phytonutrients that help to restore acid - alkaline balance in the body, aids in digestion by preventing constipation and may also improve Gastrointestinal function.
Alfalfa is a nutrient rich superfood that helps to improve our digestive system. It is also with essential nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K along with minerals such as Magnesium, calcium, Iron, Folate and other vital nutrients.
Yes a plant-based diet can support athletic performance because it is high in carbohydrates, low in fat, and rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. A plant-based diet is low in saturated fat and free of cholesterol, helps improve blood viscosity, and helps more oxygen reach the muscles, which improves athletic performance.
Certain nutrient requirements may be difficult to achieve through diet and fortified foods alone. This is especially true for vitamin B12 that is from animal food sources and vitamin D- from the sun. Hence it is vital for all vegans to take supplements who are unable to meet their dietary recommendations of these vitamins.
There are a variety of simple plant based recipes:
Overnight oatmeal- Soak oats in a jar with half a cup of milk and add any flavour e.g. chocolate powder or any protein powder , drizzle it with some honey or sweetener of your preference and you can have it for breakfast
Chickpea bean salad- Add chickpeas and beans into your choice of salad.
Tofu stir-fry- Add tofu to your choice of vegetables and stir fry.

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