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Phyto Therapy Essential Organics Pea & Rice Protein Isolate Vanilla 500g

Phyto Therapy Essential Organics Pea & Rice Protein Isolate Vanilla 500g

Brand : Phyto Therapy , Categories : Home , Organic , Phyto Therapy , Supplements
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Essential Organics Pea & Rice Protein Isolate Vanilla 500g

Essential Organics’ – a pure, clean, natural range of products

A plant-based combination protein for building & repair

  • consists of 70% organic Pea protein and 30% organic Rice Protein to give a complete protein profile
  • 4.6g of BCAAs per serve – isoleucine, leucine and valine
  • plant-based digestive enzymes: amylase, protease, lipase, lactase, cellulose
  • Nutritionists recommend obtaining protein from multiple sources
  • In diets that are vegetarian, and vegan in particular, protein supplementation is very important in order to receive a complete range of amino acids. Many plant-based options are unpalatable. Our 70/30 blend makes supplementation easy, to provide the body with a complete protein profile.
  • Anti-nutritional factors that are often found in legumes such as pea & soy, such as trypsin inhibitors, phytic acids, etc. are reduced considerably during a unique production process.
  • Pea & Rice Protein Isolate has a nice, smooth clean taste with no gritty or processed after‐taste.
  • Pea & Rice Protein Isolate - low allergen, gluten free


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Potency 500 g
Product SKU 3561
Brand Phyto Therapy


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