No allergen meal replacement for gym, working adult, atheletes
Plant-based protein powder
Belonging to the legume family, pea either yellow or green is found throughout the world, with the world’s top producers being Russia, China, India, Canada and the United States. Pea protein is derived from ground yellow split peas (Pisum sativum) and via a series of mechanical and chemical separations. The mechanical process split the dry seeds involves husking, or dehulling, the seeds. This removal of the outer coating of the seed allows for easy division of the pea into its two cotyledons. The split pea seed is milled into flour and then the protein is extracted via separation, hydrolysis and drying to yield concentrated and purified protein in order to preserve its functional properties.
Two scoops of pea protein (30g) contain 120 calories and around 26 g of protein. Pea protein is low in sugar and carbs and is vegan-friendly because it contains no animal ingredients. Pea protein is not derived from 1 of the 8 most common allergenic foods (milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, fish, shellfish, and wheat), allowing another option for those following restricted diets. Nutritionally, peas are not technically a complete protein as most vegetarian proteins are missing at least 1 essential amino acid from their protein profile.
Plant-based protein powder can help build muscle when paired with consistent exercise. Pea protein powder losses most of the fiber and starch when processed. This means they allow maximum digestibility and absorption after consumption. After workout, the muscle tissue is torn and needs an immediate supply of the right amino acids to repair these tears and layer extra muscle fiber over the top. The highly digestible and absorbable nature of pea protein is suitable to be taken before or after a workout and get amino acids to the rescue quickly.
Peas are high in lysine, the precursor to carnitine which helps convert fatty acids into energy. It’s also a good source of iron, with 20 percent of the daily value. Pea protein is also a good option for increasing protein intake and boosting feelings of fullness as dairy-based protein powders. Pea protein contains all nine of the essential amino acids and also has arginine which is good for the heart and promotes the flow of blood throughout the body. It’s also high in iron and low in fat.
*Direction of Use*
Add 1/8 teaspoon to 6 tablespoons or 0.2% to 6% of total weight or as needed. Mix, top or blend in water, smoothies, beverages, ice-cream, kuih-muih, cake, jam, jelly, pudding, snacks, biscuits, desserts, dressing & recipes.
For Baking: Means need to add 0.2g-60g of the extract to make a 1kg cake. (Depends on personal preferences)
*Storage Method: Powder in Canister*
Store in a refrigerator/cool place after opening.
● Colour, taste, texture may vary from batch to batch, and sediment might occur as the ingredients used are natural.
● Some powder is very fine, while some powder is more coarse. Please take this into consideration when ordering.
● Stop using this product if an allergy occurs.