- Our original protein formula
18 grams of protein per serving
- Full spectrum of amino acids - all easily digestible
- One of the only non-GMO protein powders on the market!
- Three-Source vegan protein sources: Red Dulse, Sprouted Brown Rice, and Cranberry
Original Protein 2.0 (Neutral-flavored)
Brown Rice Protein
This stuff is protein-packed and gluten free! Brown rice protein is isolated form Organic brown rice and assists in the building of lean muscle. Brown rice protein also contains a heap of fiber, keeping you regular and happy!
Cranberry protein powder is an isolate extract derived from the seed of the tart berry. It contains a broad spectrum of amino acids and is extracted through proprietarycold-pressing technology. It is incredibly nutrient dense, pure, and contains powerful antioxidants as well as protein.
Guar gum is derived from the seed of a fibrous, proteinaceous legume with a very tricky botanical name - the cyamopsis tetragonolobus. Guar gum is a water soluble, natural fiber, which means that it may help your beloved body absorb nutrients, and may also aid in the digestion of whatever it is taken with. It's tasteless, so it won't add any strange flavor to what you're consuming alongside.
Fine Vanilla Bean
There is extensive documentation proving that vanilla bean is scrumptious! There have been multiple studies showing that even the smell of vanilla bean boosts feelings of joy, relaxation and general emotional well-being. It makes cookies what they are. It therefore boggles the mind to think that fine vanilla bean is also a super food! Boasting calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, vitamin B6 and many others, vanilla ain't so plain after all!
Reverently nicknamed "Inca's Gold," this exotic Peruvian fruit is more than just a sweet, pretty, orange fleshy crop. In addition to its high vitamin/mineral profile, lucuma is known for its abilities to work wonders for the skin. It fights acne, leaving you clear and bright, with a youthful appearance. Perhaps even more notably, lucuma regenerates skin tissue and aids in healing wounds. Lucuma is also characterized as low-glycemic on the glycemic index, so it will not result in any crazy blood sugar spikes post-consumption.
Vermont Maple Syrup
Maple syrup is already known for how much "yum factor" it adds to your pancakes. But this natural sweetener also includes a host of vitamins and minerals, as well as some powerful antioxidants. And among maple syrup’s various compounds is a newly-identified one named Quebecol, which is a compound uniquely created when Maple tree sap is boiled and turned into syrup. Certain antioxidant phenolic compounds have also been found in maple syrup (just don't chug it - it's still sugar!).
I bet you can guess what digestive enzymes are! Yes, they are in fact enzymes that aid in the digestion of foods. More specifically, Amylase, Protease (3 different potencies), Bromelain, Cellulase, Lipase, Alpha-galactosidase and Papain are particular proteins that can support digestion AND assist in nutrient absorption of foods.
Red dulse, the "bacon of the sea," is a seaweed found in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The first recorded use of dulse dates all the way back to 961 A.D. in Iceland! And yes, it does have a smoky, baconesque flavor profile. But even better than the taste of bacon is the delightfully dense nutrients that red dulse absorbs from the sea. It has many of the minerals that we humans should be consuming daily, such as calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium - all of these are strengthening to bone density. It also has vitamins A, B and C - including B-12, which is difficult to find in vegan foods.