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Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein -- 15 g - 16 oz


Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein
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Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein -- 15 g - 16 oz

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Nutiva Organic Hemp Protein Description

  • Organic Superfood
  • Just Hemp - No Additives
  • 8g Fiber • 15g Protein (per serving)
  • USDA Organic • Non-GMO
  • Hexane, Dairy, Lactose, and Sweetener Free
  • Non-BPA Container
  • Product of Canada
  • Kosher
  • Vegan

Imagine an organic food with 30% daily value (DV) of protein, 32% DV of fiber, as well as magnesium, iron and zinc. It's all inside our 15g hemp protein, one of nature's perfect superfoods. It contains high-quality plant protein with the branched-chain amino acids that are vital for good health, and it's super easy to digest.

 

Why Hemp Protein is Ideal - Of the protein, 66% is edestin (a bioactive globulin protein that's easy to digest), more than any other plant!

Superfood Facts: One serving provides 15grams of raw organic protein and 8 grams of fiber per serving (32% DV). Hemp contains all 9 essential amino acids, with the bonus of good-for-you essential fatty acids. (2g per serving)

People & Planet

Certified Organic hemp is the Earth's premier renewable resource! Unlink most non-organic soy proteins, our hemp protein is not processed with hexane, a harsh solvent. It's also vegan and comes in a non-BPA container.


Directions

Blend 2-4 tbsp of Hemp Protein with 8 ounces of milk (almond milk is ideal) and a ripe banana.
Free Of
Hexane, BPA, GMOs. Lactose, Dairy, Sweeteners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3 Tablespoons (30 g)
Servings per Container: About 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories90
Calories from Fat25
Total Fat3 g5%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat3 g
   Monounsaturated Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Potassium370 mg11%
Total Carbohydrate9 g3%
   Dietary Fiber8 g32%
   Sugars1 g
Protein15 g30%
Iron40%
Magnesium60%
Zinc25%
Amino Acid Profile (Per Serving)
Alanine0.5 g*
Arginine2.4 g*
Aspartic Acid1.8 g*
Cystine0.3 g*
Glutamic Acid2.8 g*
Glycine0.5 g*
Histidine0.5 g*
Isoleucine0.5 g*
Leucine0.8 g*
Lysine0.4 g
Methionine0.3 g*
Phenylalanine0.5 g
Proline0.7 g*
Serine0.8 g*
Threonine0.7 g*
Tryptophan0.1 g*
Tyrosine0.4 g*
Valine0.7 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic hemp protein.
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Mention hemp, and one of the first things that needs clarification is that hemp is not marijuana. Hemp, marijuana’s benign cousin, is having a renaissance. While hemp and marijuana are varieties of cannabis that look and smell-alike, they are chemically and structurally different. Each is selectively bred for a distinct purpose: Hemp for its fiber and seeds, and marijuana for its narcotic components. What sets them apart is their levels of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the chemical in marijuana that gets people high. Hemp has virtually no trace of THC, while pot has around 10 percent with super potent strains containing as much as 27 percent THC.

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Hemp has an impressive backstory. People made clothes from hemp in China starting in 2nd century BC. The Vikings used hemp fibers to make rope, boat caulking and sails. In fact, the word canvas can be traced back to the Greek kannabis and Latin cannabis. Many historians claim America’s first flags were made of hemp cloth.

Since the mid-1990s, there has been a resurgence of interest in the United States in producing industrial hemp. The North American Industrial Hemp Council estimates that hemp can be used to make more than 25,000 products from paper to hempcrete, a building material for homes.

Hemp has an array of benefits, from providing a nutrition boost to calming skin inflammation. Here are six of our favorite hemp products to consider.

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Start your day with a scoop of hemp protein powder mixed into your smoothie. Hemp protein made from raw hemp seeds boasts 20 essential amino acids, both essential and non-essential. Another perk of hemp protein is that it’s easy on your digestive system. Hemp contains two types of proteins, edestin and albumin, which are both quick dissolving globular proteins. In contrast with soy protein, for example, globular proteins are much more bioavailable and cause less gas and bloating. $13, vitacost.com

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Does your dry, frizzy hair crave moisture? Hemp oil is full of moisturizing lipids and fatty acids that adds luster to your locks. This leave-in conditioner lets you tame and detangle your hair without any added parabens or phthalates. $12, vitacost.com

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