Hemp Protein Powder (50%)
Raw Australian Hemp Protein –
Plant based source of a full Branched Chain Amino Acid profile, and Essential Fatty Acids.
Easily digestible protein source with Albumin and Edestin to support muscle and blood cell function.
High in fibre and a bioavailable source of magnesium, potassium and zinc.
Harvest Region: TBA
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Hemp protein powder has a full branched chain amino acid (BCAA) profile. This can help to prevent the breakdown of muscle cells during exercise. It may even help to increase energy and improve your metabolism.
Hemp protein powder contains many vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B1, B2, B3, B6 and E. The inclusion of proteins, dietary fibre, and being high in natural folate plus essential fatty acids makes hemp protein a nutritional powerhouse.
One serving of hemp protein supplies the average adult’s daily fibre requirement.
Hemp protein powder is a great meal supplement for vegans and as a core ingredient for superfood smoothies and protein shakes. Hemp protein is a great plant based protein for athletes and is free of any synthetic growth hormones or added stimulants.
Hemp protein is fantastic protein supplement and is completely vegan friendly, it has all the things you need for pre or post workout shakes and is great as part of a balanced diet for body composition goals you may be aiming for: high in protein; insoluble fibre; carbs; natural fatty acids; vitamins and minerals; full BCAA (branched chain amino acid) profile for muscle gain and muscle cell repair, which reduces muscle soreness and reduces recovery time. Assisting in weight loss, hemp protein is great for sustaining energy levels and reducing sugar and fatty food cravings.
You can use hemp protein in the following as a guide for getting the most out of this amazing superfood:
- Protein Shakes
- Body/face Scrubs
- Baking and cooking
2 tbsp (30 g)
How is hemp protein made?
Hemp protein is created by grinding the seed of the Cannabis sativa plant. You can’t get “high” from ingesting hemp protein, as it is certified free of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.
What can I use hemp protein for?
Hemp protein is great for baking, smoothies, protein snacks like brownies, bars and superfood balls.
What is hemp protein used for?
Hemp protein consists of globulins and albumin, which are two of the most common types of protein found within the human body.
Hemp protein includes essential Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. It also includes Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), a source of Omega-6. These fats are great sources of energy, and help to reduce food cravings, inflammation and improve circulation.
Hemp protein also contains amino acids arginine and histidine, which are necessary for growth. It is additionally a good source of branch-chained amino acids (BCAA), which help with repair and growth of lean body tissue.
Hemp protein also assists the absorption of iron and zinc making it ideal for vegans and vegetarians.
Every 30 gram serving of hemp protein includes 8 grams of fibre, which is almost a third of the adult daily requirements.
What vitamins does hemp protein include?
Hemp protein is a strong source of vitamins, including:
- Vitamin B1: this gives energy to the metabolism of all cells, and helps with the functioning of the heart, nervous system and muscles.
- Vitamin B2: this helps with body growth, red cell production, vision and skin health.
- Vitamin B3: niacin participates in the energy metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
- Vitamin B6: this helps produce antibodies within the immune system. It also helps to maintain nerve function, synthesize red blood cells, and regulate blood glucose.
- Vitamin E: helps to strengthen the immune system.
Can athletes use hemp protein?
Hemp protein is free of synthetic growth hormones and unnatural stimulants, and is a great plant based protein for athletes to use.
Is this product Vegan friendly?
Yes, it is vegan friendly. In addition, it is free of gluten, dairy, soy, THC, pesticides, herbicides and is also GMO free.