Organic Brown Rice Protein Powder 80%

Organic Brown Rice Protein Powder 80%

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Category: Powders

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Country of Origin: China

Characteristics & Certifications:

Gluten-Free Kosher Organic Vegan


Our organic brown rice 80% protein powder is particularly high in cysteine, which can help enhance lung health, boost sports performance and promote the body’s detoxification process. It is also a source of methionine, which is essential for the synthesis of proteins and many other biomolecules required for survival.

For those looking to build muscle mass, brown rice protein can also deliver similar muscle-building results as whey. For a 2013 study published in Nutrition Journal, researchers at the University of Tampa gave athletes rice protein after resistance exercise over the course of eight weeks. At the end of the study, the athletes had an increase in lean body mass, decrease in fat-mass, increase in skeletal muscle growth and increased power and strength in ways that were comparable to the results from whey protein supplementation. Researchers concluded the effects of rice protein were very comparable to those of whey protein.

Not only is brown rice protein supplementation great for muscle building and recovery, it is also beneficial to people looking to lose weight, as brown rice has a "thermic effect". This means brown rice protein creates heat in the body through the process of digestion. Since lean proteins like brown rice protein take a lot of energy to digest, the body is burning calories long after the protein is consumed.

 

What is the difference between brown rice flour and brown price protein powder?

  • One of the most common misconceptions out there is that rice protein is the same as rice flour and therefore high in carbs. In reality, it’s not.
  • Rice protein is not just ground up rice (i.e. rice flour). Rice protein is a product derived from brown rice.
  • To make rice protein, the brown rice grains are ground up into a fine powder and then treated with enzymes. The enzymes help to break apart and separate the starch (carbs) and after most of the starch content has been removed, the remaining product is now concentrated protein.
  • The starch is not wasted, it is actually used to make brown rice syrup.

 

What organic protein powders to you have?

  • Black Chia Seed Protein Powder 35%:
    • Less concentrated protein but very nutritious and contains all of the 9 essential amino acids.
  • Brown Flax Protein Powder 35%:
    • Less concentrated protein but very nutritious and contains all of the 9 essential amino acids.
  • Brown Rice Protein Powder 80%:
    • Highly concentrated protein that contains 8 of the 9 essential amino acids, the missing one is lysine. Commonly mixed with fermented pea protein for a highly concentrated complete protein.
  • Fermented Pea Protein Powder 80%:
    • Highly concentrated protein that contains 8 of the 9 essential amino acids, the missing one is methionine. Commonly mixed with brown rice protein for a highly concentrated complete protein.
  • Raw Sunflower Seed Protein Powder 53%:
    • Balanced protein that contains 8 of the 9 essential amino acids, the missing one is lysine. Can be mixed with fermented pea protein for a good complete protein mix.
  • Raw Pumpkin Seeds Protein Powder 65%:
    • Highly concentrated protein that contains 8 of the 9 essential amino acids, the missing one is lysine. Can be mixed with fermented pea protein for a highly concentrated complete protein.
  • Soybean Protein Powder 90%:
    • Highly concentrated protein that contains all of the essential amino acids. Most popular vegan protein.
  • White Quinoa Protein Powder 35%:
    • Less concentrated protein but very nutritious and contains all of the 9 essential amino acids.



Storage Tips:

  • Nothing beats vacuum sealing for freshness.
  • Store below 15°C and < 65% humidity.
  • Store in the dark as light degrades flavors.
  • Mason jars make great storage containers.
  • Can be frozen to prolong shelf life.

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