Pea Protein

Pea protein is a high-quality plant-based protein source derived from yellow peas.




  • Supports muscle recovery + growth
  • Aids weight management + satiety
  • Environmentally conscious protein choice
  • Suitable for dietary restrictions + sensitivities
  • Heart-healthy alternative with low cholesterol


Pea protein is a high-quality plant-based protein sourced from yellow peas. It's a complete protein containing all nine essential amino acids, making it an excellent alternative to animal-based proteins. VUUM utilizes pea protein for its ability to support muscle growth, repair, and recovery, as well as for its heart-healthy benefits due to no saturated fats or cholesterol. Pea protein is hypoallergenic and easily digestible, making it great for people with dietary restrictions or sensitivities, such as lactose intolerance or gluten allergies and vegan diet. Pea protein is also beneficial for blood sugar regulation, as it has a low glycemic index, helping to prevent blood sugar spikes and crashes. 

Additionally, its low environmental impact makes it a responsible choice for the Earth. Pea protein has been shown to promote satiety, which helps with weight management efforts, as it helps to curb cravings and control portion sizes. Its high content of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) aids in faster muscle recovery after workouts and improved performance during exercise, and reduces muscle soreness and fatigue. Our no filler, plant-based, eco-friendly, nutritionally-rich non-GMO pea protein is ideal to optimize health and fitness goals.


  • 1 Pea protein is hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for people with food allergies or sensitivities to common protein sources like dairy and soy.
  • 2 Pea protein has a high biological value, meaning it provides a complete amino acid profile, including all nine essential amino acids required by the human body for sustained muscle growth and health.
  • 3 Animal agriculture is one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions, with livestock responsible for approximately 15% of all human-induced emissions. Pea protein production generates significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions, making it a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly option.
  • 4 Peas have a low carbon footprint and require less water to grow compared to other protein sources like soy or dairy.
  • 5 Peas have been cultivated for thousands of years, dating back to the Neolithic era in the Middle East and the Mediterranean region.