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Thanks for watching this short video review
on Sunwarrior Classic Plus Protein powder. This is a USDA-certified organic, non-GMO
protein plant-based protein that has pea, brown rice, quinoa, amaranth and chia. So it’s got quite a solid blend. It does contain grain, so it is not paleo-friendly. However, it does not contain any sugar so
it is ketogenic friendly (if you’re into the high fat diet trend going on right now.) Let’s see, it is… it has a great amino acid
profile. It does contain essential amino acids, as
well as branched chain amino acids – about 3.8 grams of BCAA’s. The flavor – it comes in…I want to say it
comes in five different flavors. That could be the Warrior Blend I am thinking
of, but I know it comes it Natural, Vanilla, and Chocolate – all three of which I’ve had. The Vanilla I’ve found to taste really good. It is really smooth, it’s fairly transparent
so it’s not going to overpower your smoothie, but it does have a nice layer of sweetness,
but not too much. Sunwarrior Class Plus Natural was still pretty
good. It definitely has more transparency, but I
found the texture to be not quite there. But the Chocolate was not quite as good as
the other two. I found the chocolate to just have kind of
a weird finish to it that I wasn’t quite fond of. Yeah.. I don’t need to say more. I guess I just prefer the Vanilla and the
Natural. Sunwarrior Class Plus Protein doesn’t quite
have the same amino acid profile as the Warrior Blend, which is another product by Sunwarrior. So I kind of lean towards that one (Sunwarrior
Warrior Blend) if let’s say you’re a high performance athlete or a body builder, or
someone looking to make sure they are recovering quicker or packing on more muscle, I would
probably opt for the Warrior Blend, which tastes equally as good and it doesn’t contain
any grain, too, so it’s… like I said, paleo-friendly there and you’re not getting the same glycemic
response as you would with some grain-based protein powder products. Other than that, Sunwarrior Classic Plus Protein
does say that’s raw. It doesn’t say anything sprouted, so I am
not exactly sure how true that is, but it does say it is raw. And again it is organic, and of course it
is a vegan protein powder. If you guys like it, let me know what you
think. More reviews coming soon. Thanks for watching.

Randall Smitham