Lamberts Pea Protein From £11.49


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Easy to digest, easy to absorb.  Gluten, Soya, Egg and Milk free.

This product is made from peas, from which the protein is extracted and concentrated. This unqiue process produces a protein that is highly soluble and therefore easy to digest and absorb. Pea protein is a rich source of the branch chain amino acids (leucine, isoleucine and valine) and is the richest natural source of the amino acid arginine.


Nutritional Information:
(Per 20g serving):
Energy - 309kJ/74kcal
Protein - 16g
Carbohydrates - 2.8g
Fat - 0.7g

(Amino Acids per 20g serving):
Alanine - 0.62g, Arginine - 1.70g, Aspartic Acid - 1.72g, Glutamic Acid - 2.92g, Glycine - 0.63g, Histidine - 0.47g, Isoleucine - 0.73g, Leucine - 1.44g, Lysine - 1.23g, Methionine - 0.13g, Phenylalanine - 0.85g, Proline - 0.72g, Serine - 0.91g, Threonine - 0.64g, Tryptophan - 0.28g, Cysteine - 0.12g, Tyrosine - 0.63g, Valine - 0.70g.

Ingredients:
Pea Protein ioslate.

Directions:
A 20g portion of this product is generally recommended and can be measured out as two heaped dessertspoons.

(For Sports):
Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. This product can be used to boost overall protein intakes and, in particular, the intake of branch chain amino acids. Depending on the amount of first class protein in your basic diet you can consume one 20g portion or two portions (40g) per day.

(For Slimming):
This product can be used as a high protein meal replacement; try a 20g portion in a milkshake or mix into crushed fruit to make a healthy light meal. This product has a very low glycaemic index and so will help to prevent rebound hunger that can follow some carbohydrate rich meals. One 20g portion per day can make a significant contribution to your diet. Up to two 20g portions can be taken per day.

(Low Appetites/Recovery from illness):
A low appetite can compromise your ability to recover from illness, You need plenty of protein and calories as well as vitamins and minerals to help your body recover. We always recommend that you eat a range of different wholesome foods and consider taking a good multivitamin and mineral supplement, particularly if you have a low appetite.

Try adding 20g of Concentrated Pea Protein powder to tasty soups. In this way the protein content of homemade, tinned or packet soups can be boosted (you will need to add extra liquid)

Serving Suggestions:
This product has a mild, slightly savoury taste and when added to soups or stews it will also have a thickening effect - so you may need to add extra liquid if you are following a recipe.

(Soups, Stews and Gravies):
Add the protein powder at the end of the cooking period, just before eating. Simply sprinkle it in and stir well.

(On Cereals):
This product mixes quite well with muesli style breakfast cereals. Just stir it into the dry muesli before adding the milk.

(Fruit Smoothies):
This protein powder can be mashed or blended into any fresh fruit. The mild savoury taste will be most effectively 'lost' if only 10g of Protein powder is mixed with one portion of fruit such as a banana.

(Milk Shakes):
The Protein powder dissolves well when blended into milk shakes; 10g can be easily mixed into a small milkshake, and 20g into a large milkshake.


Other:
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Take as directed, or as advised by a practitioner or pharmacist.
Free from wheat, gluten, dairy products, egg, soya and animal products.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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