Myvegan’s Latest | 4 Brand New Vegan Supplements


Since the birth of Myvegan in early 2019, our motivation has always been the same; to provide innovative, high quality protein shakes, snacks and supplements that are accessible, affordable and ALWAYS 100% vegan.

The New Product Development team at Myvegan consistently innovate new and exciting products to bridge the gaps in supplementation between non-vegan’s and vegans. We aim to make it as easy as possible to pursue your fitness and well-being goals whilst maintaining a plant-based diet. Recently, we saw the launch of some truly innovative supplements that can help boost your performance. They have been notoriously difficult to get your hands on as a vegan, until now.



Myvegan Creatine Monohydrate

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Q: What is Creatine? – Creatine is found naturally in the body in small amounts, and can boost your physical performance by increasing the body’s ability to produce energy and aid muscle repair.

Q: Why is Creatine good for vegans? – Given that it typically occurs in red meat and dairy, creatine can be very difficult for vegans and vegetarians to source from plant-based products alone.

Q: What is Myvegan’s Creatine Monohydrate? – Myvegan’s Creatine Monohydrate delivers 3g of creatine per serving, which is proven to increase physical performance in high-intensity exercise. Its versatility means it can be added to your protein or carb shake, or can be mixed with plant-based milk, juice or water. Look no further for an easy plant-based performance boost!



Myvegan Beta Alanine

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Q: What is Beta-Alanine? – Beta-alanine is different to most other types of amino acid due to the fact the body doesn’t use it to produce proteins. Instead, it is used to produce carnosine which reduces the build-up of lactic acid during exercise. You can push yourself to train harder, for longer!

Q: Why is Beta-Alanine good for vegans? – Like creatine, this supplement was previously difficult for vegans to get their hands on given it occurs naturally in non-vegan foods. Vegans have about 50% less carnosine in their muscles compared to omnivores, which can have a negative impact on stamina and endurance.

Q: What is Myvegan’s 100% Beta-Alanine Amino Acid? – We have bridged the gap with a high-quality, pure and totally vegan source of this fatigue-fighting supplement. Just add 1.5g of Beta-Alanine powder to water, juice, or a shake twice a day and you’re ready!



Myvegan L-Glutamine Amino Acid

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Q: What is L-Glutamine? – L-glutamine is popularly used throughout the fitness community to help support an active lifestyle. As an amino acid, L-glutamine is thought to support the growth and repair of muscle tissues. It can be necessary to consume additional amounts of glutamine through the diet around times of intense exercise, where the body is burning glutamine faster than it can re-synthesise it. Having an additional source of this vital amino acid goes a long way to getting the most out of your workouts.

Q: Why is L-Glutamine good for vegans? – If you are vegan or gluten-free, this supplement is a hugely convenient way to boost workouts and speed-up recovery, helping you to smash through your targets faster.

Q: What is Myvegan’s L-Glutamine Amino Acid? – Our L-Glutamine supplement is 100% vegan-friendly and is a useful supplement for any fitness goal or sport. You can exercise happily knowing your body has all the glutamine it needs.



Myvegan 100% Maltodextrin Carbs

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Q: What is Maltodextrin? – Maltodextrin is a carbohydrate made from starch. It is a fast-releasing carb meaning it is made accessible to the body quickly during and after physical exercise.

Q: Is Maltodextrin gluten-free? – If you have a gluten-intolerance or gluten-sensitivity, you may find yourself being more conscious about where you source of carbs comes from. Despite containing the word “malt” which suggests it may contain barley, maltodextrin does tend to be gluten-free.

Q: What is Myvegan’s 100% Maltodextrin Carbs? – We offer a gluten-free and vegan-friendly source of maltodextrin which is perfect in water or shakes to help you refuel after a workout.

If you have any questions about our products, feel free to drop our friendly customer service team a call and they’ll be happy to help you.





Jack Forsyth

Jack Forsyth

Writer and expert

Jack has a degree in Business from Leeds Business School where he specialised in consumer trends and attitude changes. He notably focused on consulting within the fitness industry and researched the rise of veganism.

Jack is currently transitioning from omnivore to a more plant-based diet, surprised by the ease of initially giving up red meat and dairy. Jack is continuing along the path to a plant-based lifestyle, not only through eating appropriately, but also educating himself on the extensive research and health benefits associated with cutting out meat and dairy.

With a well-founded interest in fitness and having been an avid gym-goer for 10 years, Jack is enjoying the new challenge of maintaining his fitness goals throughout the transition to a plant-based diet. He regularly switches up gym sessions for more functional-based activities, such as outdoor running, calisthenics, hiking and CrossFit.

Read more about Jack's experience here.