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Olympian Labs Pea Protein Vanilla Bean -- 26.7 oz


Olympian Labs Pea Protein Vanilla Bean
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Olympian Labs Pea Protein Vanilla Bean -- 26.7 oz

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Olympian Labs Pea Protein Vanilla Bean Description

  • 25 Grams Complete Organic Plant-Based Protein Per Serving
  • Supports Lean Muscle Mass
  • Low Carb / Lower Calorie Snack
  • Rich & Creamy
  • No Bloating
  • Over 4,000 mg BCAA'S
  • Over 27,000 mg Amino Acids
  • Gluten-Free, Non-GMO
  • Soy and Dairy Free
  • Vegan

Olympia Labs Pea Protein is an organic plant-based complete protein powder derived from yellow peas (Pisum sativum). Pea Protein is a great protein source that helps to build lean muscle mass, provides optimum nutrition, and aids in the weight loss process as it keeps you more satisfied that other protein powders. Its balanced amino acids profile with BCAAs is great for when you are working out and challenging your muscles. OL's Lean & Healthy™ Pea Protein is great for athletes and anyone looking for a healthy, lower-calories snack.

Most commercially available protein powders are derived from soy, rice, eggs, or dairy, which are often problematic for those with allergic dietary concerns. We've chosen pea protein because it is a plant-based, hypoallergenic protein that yields a high biological value (BV) (65.4%). The BV is an accurate indicator of a biological activity of protein. It measures the actual amount of protein deposited per gram of protein absorbed. High BV proteins are abetter choice for increased nitrogen retention, enhanced immunity and IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor) stimulation. They are superior for reducing lean tissue loss from various wasting states than proteins with a low BV score.

Our Pea Protein is concentrated from the normal level of 6% in fresh peas to more than 80% protein content! This unique process produces a protein powder that is highly soluble and easy to digest. Pea protein is ideal for vegans, offers an excellent nutritional profile, is free of gluten, lactose and cholesterol.

Benefits of Pea Protein

25 Grams of  Complete Organic Plant-Base Pea Protein
0 Trans Fat and Only 2 Carbs
Gluten-Free, Lactose free and Soy Free
Cholesterol Free
Source of Beneficial Amino Acids
Highly Soluble
Hypoallergenic


Directions

Suggested Use:Mix one (1) scoop (39.2 g) of Pea Protein powder into eight (8) ounces of cold beverage of choice. Shake or blend to desired consistency. It can also be easily blended with frozen fruit to make a smoothie.
Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, dairy,fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanust, wheat, or soybean.

*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.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (37.8 g)
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories148
Calories from Fat27
Total Fat3 g5%
Total Carbohydrate2 g0.5%
Dietary Fiber1 g4%
Protein25 g50%
Sodium288 mg12%
Calcium50 mg5%
Iron9 mg47%
Typical Amino Acid Profile
Alanine1365 mg*
Arginine3016 mg*
Aspartic Acid3582 mg*
Cystine429 mg*
Glutamic Acid4910 mg*
Glycine548 mg*
Histidine1006 mg*
Isoleucine477 mg*
Leucine2264 mg*
Lysine1924 mg*
Methionine70 mg*
Phenylalanine1721 mg*
Proline1199 mg*
Serine1698 mg*
Threonine940 mg*
Tryptophan337 mg*
Tyrosine773 mg*
Valine1351 mg*
Total Amino Acid27609 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic pea protein isolate (pisum sativum), natural vanilla flavor, stevia, xylitol, and chicory root fiber.
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Avocado

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Beets

Add color, flavor, potassium, manganese and fiber to your smoothie with… you guessed it, beets! If you have a powerful blender, like the NOW Foods Sports high-speed personal blender, toss ‘em in raw. Otherwise, you’ll have to cook the beets (check out our beet-carrot smoothie recipe). Smart shortcut: use beet powder to reap the same nourishing benefits.

Cocoa

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Coconut Water

Many athletes choose potassium-rich coconut water for recovery instead of higher-calorie sports drinks. Simply freeze the water in ice cube trays and toss the cubes into your shake or smoothie mixture for an instant tropical electrolyte lift! We love it in this coconut water & mango green smoothie.

Collagen

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Greens

Smoothies are a great way to incorporate much-needed greens into your diet that you wouldn’t regularly consume. Use a powder mix or add your favorite fresh or frozen greens (think arugula, broccoli, chard, spinach or kale) to your smoothie base and enjoy. Keep in mind that you may have to play around with ratios to find the perfect balance between nutritional benefits and flavor.

Matcha powder

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Nut butter

Craving a creamier, more filling drink? Bring on the nut butter! Add body to your shake or smoothie base with a tablespoon of peanut, cashew or almond butter. For optimum health benefits, choose an all-natural variety without added salt, sugar or oils. This could be as simple as combining your nut butter of choice with frozen bananas in a blender, or more gourmet like in this chocolate-almond butter superfood smoothie bowl recipe that calls for bentonite clay (another great add-in!).

Protein powder

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Yogurt

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