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PlantFusion Complete Protein Creamy Vanilla Bean -- 2 lbs


PlantFusion Complete Protein Creamy Vanilla Bean
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PlantFusion Complete Protein Creamy Vanilla Bean -- 2 lbs

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PlantFusion Complete Protein Creamy Vanilla Bean Description

  • A Fusion of the World's Best Plant-Based Protein Sources that Delivers Uncompromised Taste, Texture, Potency and Digestibility

  • Vegan | Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Non-GMO

  • Naturally Flavored

  • 21g Protein

More Than Nutrition. We're Complete Nourishment.

At PlantFuson, we are health foodies obsessed with offering authentic, 100% plant-based, nutrient-dense, allergen-free products that delight the senses. Every transparent detail counts as we personally craft each product by selecting the seeds, plants and final ingredients. This fusion of unique ingredients and flavors provides complete nourishment.

 

The PlantFusion Difference

 

Flavor Pure™

It's all about taste - we've developed a method for blending natural wholefood ingredients for amazing taste and texture

 

Select Source™

Better nutrition comes from better ingredients - our unique process evaluates hundreds of garden-fresh ingredients from around the world.

 

Purity Promise™

We guarantee purity by managing every step of our creation process at our own facility, right here in the US.

 

Complete Protein Key Benefits

 

Sustains Energy

Packed with high-density plant-based proteins including peas, artichokes, algae and sprouted superfoods

 

Builds and Repairs Muscle

Amino acid infused protein blend for complete balance including 4,500 mg of BCAA's & L-Glutamine

 

Easy To Digest

Fortified with digestive enzymes and free from major allergens including dairy, soy and gluten


Directions

Add 1 scoop to either 10 or 12 oz of chilled water or beverage of your choice in a shaker cup or blender. Mix for about 5 seconds.
Free Of
Sugar, dairy, wheat, gluten, eggs, peanuts, soy, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, GMOs.

*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 (30 g)
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories120
Total Fat3 g4%
Total Carbohydrate2 g1%
   Dietary Fiber Less than1 g2%
Protein21 g32%
Sodium390 mg17%
Potassium50 mg1%
PlantFusion® Amino Acid Infused Protein Blend:
Pea Protein Isolate, L-Isoleucine, L-Leucine, L-Valine, L-Glutamine, Artichoke Powder, Organic Sprouted Amaranth Powder, Organic Sprouted Quinoa Powder, Whole Algae Protein
25 g*
PlantFusion®Proprietary Enzyme Blend:
Bromelain and Alpha Galactosidase
100 mg
Typical Amino Acid Profile
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Natural flavor, stevia extract powder (reb A), silica, guar gum powder, lucuma powder, lo han guo extract (fruit), yacon powder.
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Are You Overdosing on Protein?

We all need protein in our diet, as it’s an essential building block for life. There’s no debating that. However, amid all the high-protein hype in recent years, many of us may be going overboard when it comes to how much protein we consume.

Are You Overdoing Your Protein Intake?

Federal data show a typical American man consumes about 102 grams of protein each day. For a typical woman, the daily count is 70 grams. Yet federal guidelines instruct men to eat 56 grams of protein a day, with 46 grams being the daily recommendation for women. We’re a nation suffering from protein overload.

So, how much protein should be part of your daily diet?

To calculate the least amount of protein a moderately active adult should eat, multiply your weight in pounds by 0.36, according to Franceen Friefeld, a registered dietitian in the Boston area. If you’re a 180-pound man, that amounts to almost 65 grams. If you’re a 130-pound woman, that adds up to nearly 47 grams.

Citing research from the federal Institute of Medicine, Friefeld says at least 10 percent but no more than 35 percent of our daily calories should come from protein.

Scott Schreiber, a chiropractic doctor and licensed dietitian/nutritionist in Newark, Delaware, notes that each person’s daily protein requirements are unique, depending on activity level, body size and other factors.

Jennifer Glockner, a registered dietitian/nutritionist in Southern California and author of “Teddy Tries a Veggie,” says we need protein primarily to build and repair our body’s cells, yet it’s just one component of a healthy meal.

“Overall, we are putting too much emphasis on protein, and certain fad diets promote high protein intake and disregard other essential nutrients that are just as important for health,” Glockner says.

Still, experts say, we shouldn’t underestimate the role of protein.

Rebecca Lewis, the in-house registered dietitian at meal delivery company HelloFresh, says protein helps form bones, muscles, cartilage, hair, skin, nails and blood. In addition, protein contains several key vitamins and minerals.

“Protein is an important part of every cell in our body,” Lewis says.

Some of the best sources of protein are fish high in healthy fat, chicken breast, turkey breast, eggs, nuts, beans and seeds, according to Glockner.

Schreiber advises keeping tabs on how much animal protein you eat, though. Most Americans, he says, consume too much animal protein, such as red meat, chicken and fish. That excessive intake has been associated with a heightened risk for cancer, heart disease, kidney disease and obesity, according to Schreiber.

No matter the source of protein, Friefeld recommends spreading your intake evenly throughout the day.

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