Pea and Hemp Protein

Code
00267001477166
Size:200g
R135.95
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Overview

  • Amino acid blend
  • 75% protein concentrate
  • Nutritional support

Description

??Lifematrix Pea and Hemp Protein Powder provides a well-rounded amino blend. The amino acid profile of pea protein is somewhat low in the sulphur-containing aminos ' cysteine and methionine ' but hemp, which is rich in these aminos, helps balance that. The pea/hemp combo delivers a 75% protein concentrate. Suitable for vegans and anyone who needs to increase their protein intake.

Ingredients

85% yellow pea and 15% hemp
  • 74g protein per 100g
  • 14.8g protein per 20g serving

Directions

Mix 4 teaspoons (20g) with 250ml nut milk/fruit juice and stir briskly. Best mixed in blender or shaker. Use in low-carb baking or to protein-enrich soups/stews.

Dietary Summary

  • No Additives
 

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