Is Amino Vegan?

The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.

Not necessarily banned. Consider the source of each ingredient.

May be Vegan

Foods with ingredients that contain amino
LIFE'S BASICS, MEAL REPLACEMENT PLANT PROTEIN MIX, VANILLA

May not be Vegan

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  • Cholecalciferol - Vitamin usually derived from animal sources like lanolin, milk, egg yolk and fish liver oil.
  • Calcium - May be derived from the shells of marine organisms, snails, and eggs. Check the label to be sure.
  • Magnesium - Another type of salt derived from Lactic Acid, which can be obtained from whey or milk.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Biotin - A whitish powder. It can be derived from animal cells, milk plants, or produced synthetically.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Sugar - A sweet material that consists of sucrose. Some sugars are processed through boneblack.
  • Tricalcium - A mineral salt found in rocks and bones. The tribasic form of calcium phosphate.

Possibly Vegetarian

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  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Calcium - May be animal based. Double check the label to be sure of the origin.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products

Probably Gluten Free

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ISOPURE PROTEIN POWDER

May not be Vegan

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  • Milk - Not vegan if derived from an animal. Check the ingredients.
  • Biotin - A whitish powder. It can be derived from animal cells, milk plants, or produced synthetically.
  • Niacin - Used as a cholesterol treatment. In rare cases it can be derived from animal sources.
  • Caramel - Used as a coloring. Some caramel is derived from cane sugar and not necessarily vegan.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.
  • Taurine - Found in the bile of mammals. Can be, but not likely, plant based.
  • Whey - The watery part of milk that remains after the formation of curds.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Magnesium - Another type of salt derived from Lactic Acid, which can be obtained from whey or milk.
  • Lecithin - May contain egg yolks. Can also be directly obtained from animal fat or soy.
  • Calcium - May be derived from the shells of marine organisms, snails, and eggs. Check the label to be sure.
  • Sucralose - Known as Splenda. Produced from cane sugar and tested on animals. May be filtered through bone char.

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  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Calcium - May be animal based. Double check the label to be sure of the origin.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.

Probably Gluten Free

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LOW CALORIE VITAMIN & MINERAL DRINK MIX

May not be Vegan

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  • Sucralose - Known as Splenda. Produced from cane sugar and tested on animals. May be filtered through bone char.
  • Calcium - May be derived from the shells of marine organisms, snails, and eggs. Check the label to be sure.
  • Citric - Emulsifier - May contain animal fat as it is derived from Glycerin/Glycerol.
  • Magnesium - Another type of salt derived from Lactic Acid, which can be obtained from whey or milk.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Biotin - A whitish powder. It can be derived from animal cells, milk plants, or produced synthetically.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Inositol - A sugar-like dietary supplement. Present in almost all plant and animal tissues.

Possibly Vegetarian

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  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Calcium - May be animal based. Double check the label to be sure of the origin.
  • Citric - Emulsifier - May contain animal fat as it is derived from Glycerin/Glycerol.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Inositol - A sugar-like dietary supplement. Present in almost all plant and animal tissues.

Probably Gluten Free

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ABBOTT, EAS, COMPLETE PROTEIN NUTRIENT SHAKE MIX

May not be Vegan

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  • Milk - Not vegan if derived from an animal. Check the ingredients.
  • Biotin - A whitish powder. It can be derived from animal cells, milk plants, or produced synthetically.
  • Xanthan - Gum produced from corn sugar. Sometimes purified using chicken lysozyme or fermentation of whey.
  • Tricalcium - A mineral salt found in rocks and bones. The tribasic form of calcium phosphate.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Sucralose - Known as Splenda. Produced from cane sugar and tested on animals. May be filtered through bone char.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Magnesium - Another type of salt derived from Lactic Acid, which can be obtained from whey or milk.
  • Lecithin - May contain egg yolks. Can also be directly obtained from animal fat or soy.
  • Ferrous - Coloring - May be derived from animal source.
  • Calcium - May be derived from the shells of marine organisms, snails, and eggs. Check the label to be sure.

Possibly Vegetarian

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Flagged Ingredients (View All)
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Calcium - May be animal based. Double check the label to be sure of the origin.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.

Probably Gluten Free

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CARAMEL HIGH PROTEIN SHAKE, CARAMEL

May not be Vegan

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  • Milk - Not vegan if derived from an animal. Check the ingredients.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Whey - The watery part of milk that remains after the formation of curds.
  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Biotin - A whitish powder. It can be derived from animal cells, milk plants, or produced synthetically.
  • Riboflavin - May contain milk.
  • Oleic - Fatty acid occurring in animal and vegetable fats.
  • Magnesium - Another type of salt derived from Lactic Acid, which can be obtained from whey or milk.
  • Calcium - May be derived from the shells of marine organisms, snails, and eggs. Check the label to be sure.
  • Sucralose - Known as Splenda. Produced from cane sugar and tested on animals. May be filtered through bone char.
  • Cholecalciferol - Vitamin usually derived from animal sources like lanolin, milk, egg yolk and fish liver oil.

Possibly Vegetarian

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  • Amino - The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants.
  • Oleic - Fatty acid occurring in animal and vegetable fats.
  • Calcium - May be animal based. Double check the label to be sure of the origin.
  • Natural - Ingredients are not synthetic or artificial, but extracted directly from plants or animal products
  • Palmitate - A fatty acid most commonly derived from palm oil but may be derived from animals as well.
  • Vitamin - Likely animal based but may be plant based. Check the label to verify the source of the ingredient.
  • Acetate - Possible sources are fish liver oil, egg yolks, butter, lemongrass, carrots or synthetics.

Probably Gluten Free

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