IMMUNO GOLD PROTEIN (CHOCOLATE)

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What are Proteins ?

There are lots of different molecules in your body with different jobs to do. Some of them hold your body up and give it structure. Some of them carry important things from place to place in your body. Some of them act like lile machines that put new molecules together or break old ones apart. There are even ones that work like doors to let things in and out of a cell. Proteins are doing all this and a lot more inside your body.

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BV : 10 SP : 1400 RB : 50

21 Is All It Takes 

The human body uses just 21 amino acids to make all the proteins it needs to  function and grow. Because amino acids can be arranged in many different combinations, it's possible for your body to make thousands of different kinds of proteins from just the same 21 amino acids.

Essential Amino Acids

There are nine amino acids that your body can't make. They are called essential amino acids.

9 Important Functions of Protein in Your Body

1.Growth and maintenance 

2. Causes Biochemical Reactions

3. Acts as a messenger       

4. Provides structure

5.Maintains proper pH

6.Balances Fluids

7. Builds Immune Health

8. Transport and stores Nutrients

9.Provides energy

When it comes to protein, quality is more important than quantity

High-protein diets are everywhere, but not all protein is created equal. 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's recommendation for protein is 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight

The protein requirement of each individual varies based on their intensity of workouts, medical conditions, height and ideal body weight

Protein Selection 

The 3 major sources of proteins namely

1) Animal sources (chicken, fish, eggs, milk & milk products), 

2) Plant sources (legumes, nuts, seeds and cereals) and

3) various Supplementary protein powders available in the market as protein shakes.

Two things we need to consider while selecting your proteins source:

1.Complete or incomplete proteins: Supplementary powders have most of the essential amino acids.

2. Bioavailability of proteins: Supplementary proteins have highest % of bioavailability.

WHY COMBINING BROWN RICE AND PEA PROTEIN MAKES A POTENT PROTEIN.

It is important to keep in mind that it is the composition of the nutrient and not just the net protein content that will affect protein balance.

However, combining plant protein sources together in the right ratios offers an amino acid profile that closely approximates 1.00

Combining two Multiple plant-based proteins provides a far superior amino acid profile than sipping on one alone.

                                Complete protein sources provide all of the amino acids that your body cannot make, however many plant proteins, like brown rice and pea, only provide a few of these amino acids.

Because pea protein is low in the amino acids cysteine and methionine, but rich in lysine, it marries perfectly with rice protein which is low in lysine, but super-high in cysteine and methionine.

When combined, pea and brown rice provide an optimal amino acid profile which is superior to any single plant protein source

BROWN RICE                       

Contains all 9 essential amino acids

Assists weight loss.

Improves liver function.

Hypoallergenic

Contains fibre, B vitamins and complex carbohydrates.

Muscle repair.

Reduces glycemic response

Easily digestible.

Dairy-free.

PEA PROTEIN

Closest plant-based protein to a complete amino acid profile including branched- chain amino acids (BCAAs).

Includes amino acid arginine that is essenal for building muscle.

Alkalising.

Supports weight management.

Easily digesble.

Dairy-free.

Combining Pea And Rice Protein For Performance

Rice and Pea isolate proteins are powerful on their own. But mixed together, they're the first vegan protein powder that can compete with animal-derived proteins and meet the demands of hardtraining athletes! 

These two protein powders eclipse all others in both protein content and essenal amino acid profile. They bring none of soy's hormonal baggage, and they are far less likely than soy to qualify as GMO. Especially when they are combined, they become the first vegetable protein source that provides a comparable alternave to animal-derived protein powders such as whey. They can provide equal levels of essenal amino acids, from a vegan source. 

 

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