Non-GMO
Non-GMO
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
Vegan
Vegan
Dairy-Free
Dairy-Free

Research and benefits

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Supports muscle growth and recovery

There is strong evidence indicating protein’s effect on muscle growth and recovery. Scientific experts have concluded that there is a cause and effect relationship between protein intake and muscle growth in combination with resistance exercise. It is also an essential nutrient for muscle repair.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2007

Double-blind placebo

No

There is strong evidence indicating protein’s effect on muscle growth and recovery. Scientific experts have concluded that there is a cause and effect relationship between protein intake and muscle growth in combination with resistance exercise. It is also an essential nutrient for muscle repair.

Supports weight management

Higher protein diets support weight management, in part because digesting protein requires more calories than other kinds of macronutrients, making it a calorie-efficient snack. Protein also helps promote feelings of fullness, which can help curb snacking throughout the day. The effect of higher-protein diets on body weight management are thought to be partly due to modulations in energy metabolism, appetite, and energy intake.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2015

Double-blind placebo

No

Higher protein diets support weight management, in part because digesting protein requires more calories than other kinds of macronutrients, making it a calorie-efficient snack. Protein also helps promote feelings of fullness, which can help curb snacking throughout the day. The effect of higher-protein diets on body weight management are thought to be partly due to modulations in energy metabolism, appetite, and energy intake.

Important when not eating enough meat

Vegetarian and vegan diets, while generally recognized as being healthy, can make it difficult to get the recommended amount of protein each day. If you don’t often eat meat, protein supplementation may be beneficial to you.

Number of studies

1

Years of studies

2014

Double-blind placebo

No

Vegetarian and vegan diets, while generally recognized as being healthy, can make it difficult to get the recommended amount of protein each day. If you don’t often eat meat, protein supplementation may be beneficial to you.

Better
ingredients

Our plant protein is derived from organic pumpkin seeds, organic hemp, and organic peas. Our pumpkin seeds are grown in Austria and are a rich source of protein, healthy fats, chlorophyll, zinc, and magnesium. Hemp is a complete protein, which means it contains all 9 amino acids that the body cannot produce on its own — we source ours in the US and Canada. Our peas, another source of complete protein, are sourced in China, where they are purified, sterilized, and dried into powder.

This powder began in a pasture ·
This powder began in a pasture ·
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