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A Review of Sun Warrior Rice Protein

Survival Joe
Survival Joe
Denver CO
Sunwarrior Rice Protein
Sunwarrior's Rice Protein comes in three flavors: Plain, vanilla and chocolate.
Without sufficient protein in your diet you'll start to lose muscle mass and your energy will crash. Not something you need in a survival situation.

That's why you need to include in your food preparedness plan a source of protein that is easy to digest, won't cause an allergic reaction, and just needs water and a shaker bottle to prepare.

My body does not handle whey protein well at all, so my top recommendation is Sun Warrior rice protein. One scoop contains 16 grams of protein. Four scoops will exceed most people’s daily protein needs.

Sun Warrior claims its rice protein powder has a 98% correlation to mother's milk – meaning that it is very easy to absorb and non-allergenic.

I've tried quite a number of protein supplements. Honestly, most of them taste chalky or are flavored with sugar and artificial sweeteners (not good!).

That's why Sun Warrior is the only rice protein I recommend. While I think their description of it being "silky smooth" is a little zealous of the marketing department – it definitely tastes better than any other rice protein I've tried.

Other things I like about Sun Warrior rice protein:

  • It’s sweetened with all-natural stevia, which is much healthier than sugar or artificial sweeteners.
  • It's vegan and 100% organic. (More nutritious and easy to digest.)
  • No heat or chemicals are used to extract the protein, which preserves the enzymes.
  • It doesn't need to be refrigerated. Just store it in a cabinet or pantry even after it’s been opened.
  • And it includes all 9 essential amino acids plus other non-essential amino acids (18 total).

I’ve been using Sun Warrior in my recovery drink after I workout at the gym for about a year now, and I love it. And I’m not the only one... Sun Warrior is used by thousands for building muscle, losing weight, and killing sugar cravings.

It's really an excellent food to include in your regular daily diet. That way it's no extra expense. Just blend it with fruit and rice milk for a tasty breakfast or snack.

My favorite flavor is chocolate. I like to mix one scoop of Sun Warrior’s chocolate rice protein with one banana and rice or almond milk. I use a Cuisinart Smart Stick hand blender to make my shake. Takes all of 2 minutes, and clean-up is fast and easy.

I'd recommend that you start by buying two bags of Sun Warrior rice protein. Then every time you use one bag, order two more. That way you'll always be rotating your emergency supply. Keep doing this until you have several months worth hidden in your home.

The best place to purchase Sun Warrior is directly from their website. If you live in Canada, however, you're better off ordering it from www.upayanaturals.com in Toronto and avoiding the duty fees and custom holdups.

Don’t be scared. Be prepared.

-Survival Joe

P.S. It’s hard to tell from the picture, but each bag of Sun Warrior rice protein is 2.2 lbs. That’s a lot of rice protein! After just two or three months, you could easily stockpile four or five bags, which would go a long way toward improving your food security.

Go ahead and get your Sun Warrior rice protein here.

Survival Joe with duaghter About the Author: Survival Joe has taken a special interest in urban survival and family preparedness. “I’m just a regular dad,” says Joe, “who can’t ignore the fact that a disaster is bound to happen.” Joe writes about what to expect and how to prepare on his survival blog. You have permission to reprint any article on his blog so long as you include the resource box with a link back to the original article. Get your free gift here: Food Bubble: How to Survive the Coming Food Shortage.