Complete protein with all 9 essential amino acids
A complete protein offering all 9 essential amino acids. Protein plays an essential role in our body including providing the body with energy as well as lean muscle building and repair. Naturally gluten and dairy free as well as vegan friendly.
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Not only does protein provide us with energy, but it also helps to form our muscles, hair, skin, nails, blood and organs. Consuming protein also helps to keep us satiated, meaning we stay fuller for longer.
Protein is made up of smaller building blocks called amino acids. There are 20 amino acids which help to build components of our body and supply energy. While some of these can be made up by the body, there are 9 amino acids which cannot be synthesised by the body and therefore must be consumed from the diet. Proteins such as pea and hemp protein contain all 9 essential amino acids and are therefore considered complete protein sources.
Pea protein is a perfect protein for those who are vegetarian or vegan. Not only is pea protein a suitable alternative to animal proteins such as meat or milk protein, but it is also free of common allergens, including dairy and soy.
Research has discovered that the consumption of pea protein, a plant protein, had a greater effect on satiety when compared to animal proteins. Pea protein is also equally as effective in the production of strength and muscle mass when compared to animal proteins like whey.
Research and studies
We're led by an evidence-based approach, where each product – and every ingredient – has a purpose. As the science of nutrition evolves, we're constantly learning too.
Effect of different protein sources on satiation and short-term satiety when consumed as a starter
International Journal of Obesity
Different proteins and biopeptides differently affect satiety and anorexigenic/orexigenic hormones in healthy humans
The effects of whey vs. pea protein on physical adaptations following 8-weeks of high-intensity functional training (Hift): a pilot study
Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition