UPC: 733739021359 Total Weight: 2.64 lbs (1.20 kg)
Package Format: 2 lbs
Protein is essential for muscle growth and development and Now's Pea Protein offers all of the benefits of protein without the use of lactose or animal byproducts.
Peas are known for being nutritious, free of most common allergens and loaded with pure protein. Pea Protein builds off of the power of peas and offers high-potentcy doses of vegetable sourced protein in every serving.
Pea Protein is made completely from non-GMO peas and contains absolutely zero animal products or lactose. Ideal for vegetarians and vegans who might not otherwise get enough protein, Pea Protein is great for athletes looking to add bulk and people who want to add an extra shot of protein in their daily lives.
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Warnings: Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction.
Notes: Contains no sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Recommended Use: Add 1 level scoop (33 g) daily to 8 fl oz of cold water, juice, or your favorite beverage and blend.
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Best protein I have ever had (not taste-wise though; however, the taste is not horrible when mixed with juice). Anyway, this protein actually has all the essential amino acids required for building muscle. In addition, it comes with 2 g of arginine and 5 g of glutamic acid. That is outstanding. I've experienced better mood/cognitive function, digestion and results with this powder than any others I have ever used, no matter how fancy they were.
I have lost 15 lbs recently and every morning I mix Pea Protein, banana, almond milk and either sea buckthorn or elderberry juice. No added sweetener is needed. Not saying this is a weight loss item just that I exercise, eat right, this is my breakfast. It works for me!
First of all, this Pea Protein tastes fine. You should like peas and I have always loved peas. There is a specific taste. If you hate the taste of peas you may not like this protein but if you are someone who likes the taste then you should find this a good powder to use. I had it plain at first, not sweet and that was great since I am sick of drinks with sweeteners like stevia. I am capable of adding
any sweeteners myself and I like it that way. Then I tried vanilla and a spot of agave, that was good. This last one I added an apple and some frozen fruit. To me it tastes as good or better than any other shake. Seems to hold me ok for food, we will see about weight loss in future.
This tastes awful. I've been looking for a vegan protein that tastes good just mixed with water, and this is definitely not it. But it's so good for you, so it's a trade-off. I've been mixing it with green smoothies for breakfast. It tastes awful, but I feel really good after I
finish my smoothie and rinse out my mouth. But if you are looking for a vegan protein that you can stomach very happily, try Optimum Nutrition's soy protein. But as far as a vegetable protein goes, this isn't too bad. And it's cheap!
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