Elemetx NitroVegg – Ovo-Vegetarian Friendly Protein Powder

Elemetx NitroVegg

Check out the latest innovation from Elemetx:
NitroVegg, a dairy free protein powder that’s comparable to whey protein.

Fast-growing Canadian brand Elemetx is known for making effective supplements that offer a little something different than what you usually find at your local supplement shop. If you’re looking for a dairy-free protein but you’re cool with some egg whites, you’ve come to the right post!

The brand that brought the energetic pre workout Payload-ATP and temperature spiking fat burner ThermoxyShred, is about to create some even bigger waves with the release of their latest product, a protein powder shunning dairy for that of plants and eggs!

NitroVegg is a dairy-free protein powder using a unique matrix of alternative protein sources to provide a well-balanced amino acid profile that rivals that of whey protein.

But note, it’s not a vegan protein – it has egg whites inside, so it’s best ovo-vegetarians and up!

All the details are down below, but before we get there, take a moment to check the best deal and sign up for alerts from PricePlow, but compare against Elemetx.com directly too!

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NitroVegg Ingredients

NitroVegg uses various sources of vegetable, seed, and egg white proteins to create a protein powder free of dairy, gluten, and soy all with zero sugars. This is sure to be one unlike anything you’ve seen before.

  • Protein Blend

    Elemetx NitroVegg Ingredients

    NitroVegg uses a unique mix of egg, plant, and seed based protein to created a one of a kind protein powder.

    Elemetx is using a blend of proteins you won’t find in any other product on the market.

    The brand uses a total of seven different protein sources, and for those of you curious how the brand gets such a robust amino acid profile from non-dairy sources, here’s the list of proteins contained in NitroVegg:

    • Pea Protein Isolate
    • Rice Protein Concentrate
    • Egg White Albumin
    • Organic Hemp Protein Powder
    • Alfalfa Concentrate
    • Quinoa Powder
    • Chia Seed Powder

Plant-fueled protein powders are notorious for the thick, chalky, and dirt-like texture. Based on our tasting review, NitroVegg still has a bit of that “earthiness”, but the texture is much more palatable than other plant-based / vegan powders on the market.

Standing toe to toe with Whey

Elemetx is making some pretty bold claims in regards to NitroVegg offering a comparable amino acid profile to that of whey protein, so we asked how they were able to create a product that stood toe-to-toe with the “king” of protein powders:

“The calculation to obtain the PDCAA value referenced the values in the chart attached 10-24 (Adults). Our rate limiting amino acid with the Pea and Rice blend alone is identified as Tryptophan. The inclusion of Egg white (and seed proteins to an extent) help bring this amino acid value up to where it needs to be at and also provide a smoother, creamier texture to rice and pea alone.” — Elemetx HQ

  • Coconut Oil Powder

    Table 10-24 Proposed Amino Acid Scoring

    Here’s a closeup of the chart Elemetx referenced when calculating their PDAACS rating for NitroVegg.

    Beloved by Paleo and Keto followers, coconut oil has gained increasing popularity over the years as man begins to understand how the unique fats contained within the coconut aid the body. More specifically, coconut oil is high in lauric acid, which aids lipoprotein metabolism and, therefore, cholesterol levels.[1,2] Some research even points to medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) like lauric acid preventing cognitive decline, offering some neuroprotective qualities.[3]

    It’s also simply a highly natural thickener that is quite shelf stable.

  • The Rest

    Rounding out Elemetx NitroVegg is the usual assortment of players found in proteins to enhance the taste, texture, and sweetness of the protein, though these number of additives is far LESS than you’ll find in other proteins. Those other ingredients are natural flavor, tapioca dextrin, organic guar gum, sucralose, and stevia leaf extract.

    The use of stevia allows for less sucralose – we’re not against sucralose in reasonable doses, and enjoy blends that keep it as natural as possible.


Ovo-Vegetarians Rejoice – It’s a “vegetable protein” that’s not afraid to use some egg whites!

Why Dairy Free?

“Well, we believe and know in particular how hard it is to have control over the chain of custody on dairy proteins. The largest issue we have with dairy proteins is the fact that literally thousands of cattle and from multiple farms are processed after the by-product is collected from the waste of cheesemaking. There is a lot of potential for an amount of impurities/health issues with some of that milk before it was processed into cheese. Cheesemaking itself can be a single source product, but its by product whey is processed en masse and requires a consistent stream of raw unprocessed liquid whey.

As well, the cattle/dairy industry is very different than it used to be 20 years ago, and the health and welfare of these animals is in dire straights in order to make these milk factories produce profits. This is why specifically you could sometimes buy the same protein product but maybe one of the batches could upset your stomach and other not. A lot of farms use automatic milking/collection with pen style layouts, and few actual people keeping an eye out for the care of these animals.

Dairy proteins are also the world’s largest allergen and require huge amounts of milk to be processed to achieve just a single scoop of whey protein. Lastly – the dairy/cattle industry is the #1 contributor to greenhouse gases around the world.

So lots of reasons to make a switch to a more sustainable, healthier and nutritionally varied product.”

— Elemetx HQ


Each scoop of NitroVegg weighs in at 33-35g (depending on flavor) and contains the following nutritional breakdown:

Elemetx NitroVegg Amino Acid Profile

Here’s how NitroVegg stacks up against whey protein.

  • Calories: 140
  • Protein: 24-25g
  • Carbs: 5-6g (1g fiber, 0g added sugar)
  • Fat: 2.5g (2.5g saturated)

Flavors Available

Nitrovegg currently has two flavors available for those looking for a high quality protein that’s dairy-free, but not necessarily vegan. Those two flavors are chocoluxe and vanillicious.

#ditchthewhey Campaign

As you can probably tell, Elemetx is a brand that likes to do things a tad bit differently than other companies in the industry. Keeping with their unique way of conducting themselves, Elemetx has started a #ditchthewhey campaign where you tell Elemtex why you ditched your whey and help spread the word about using alternative protein sources!


Dairy free proteins are a tough sell due to the overwhelming popularity (and affordability) of whey proteins. However, the portion of lactose-intolerant individuals and those looking to reduce their consumption of animal-based proteins continues to rise and that means there’s a growing demand (and need) for high quality, delicious tasting proteins that offer a comparable amino acid profile yet avoid dairy altogether. Elemetx has provided all of that, and then some, in NitroVegg.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public. Mike is currently experimenting with a low Vitamin A diet.

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