Red 8 Rice Protein is non-allergenic and has a very good amino acid profile, close to that of mothers milk. It has a high nutritional value and is good for food nutrition applications. This rice protein powder is certified kosher, pareve, halal and GMO free. Not flavoured or sweetened. Ideal for those who cannot have dairy or soy. 3 rounded dessert spoons provide 19 grams of protein and only 4.93 grams of carbohydrate and only 0.47 grams of fat. Due to the gritty nature of rice, for best results blend into a smoothy and add fruit. I recommend using raspberries, as these have a "gritty" texture too and maybe also add LSA. Dont make your smoothy too big, so there is less to consume. 40 serves of 3 rounded dessertspoons. No artificial sweeteners or colourings. 1kg.
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The serving size is 3 rounded dessert spoons.
Use in baking or cooking. Owing to the naturally gritty nature of rice, for best results Red 8 recommend blending into a smoothie with fruit etc.
Amino Acids are the building blocks from which proteins are made. The body continuously breaks down the proteins eaten into amino acids, which it then recombines to form whatever proteins it needs to maintain itself. Amino acids supply the raw materials for maintaining the genetic code (DNA), repairing damaged muscle tissue, for cell division, making enzymes, building new connective tissue and making hormones and neurotransmitters.
Eight of the amino acids have traditionally been regarded as "essential" because the body is unable to manufacture them for itself, and they therefore have to be taken in through the food we eat.
In today's diets, research has found more and more of us are consuming far to much carbohydrate and to little protein. Too many calories consumed from carbohydrate sources causes hormonal fluctuations, which can contribute to conditions such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, lack of energy, fat gain, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Secondly, for a healthier and longer disease free life, we now know that maintaining a "positive" or active muscle mass is essential. Muscle Mass is considered by experts, as our #1 biological marker for aging. To maintain an active muscle mass and to stay anabolic (building of healthy cells) we need to consume more calories from low fat protein sources and less from starch based carbohydrates.
Brown Rice protein. Here is a typical breakdown per 25 gram serve (3 rounded dessertspoons): Energy (Kcal) 101.5, Protein 19.38 grams, Total Carbs 4.93 grams, Fat 0.47 gram.
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