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Organic and Raw Pea Protein, Organic Locust Bean Gum, Pectin, Organic Vanilla Flavour, Organic Stevia Extract. Certified Organic by Ecocert Canada. May contains traces of nuts.
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I love this organic plant-based baking mix! I use it for muffins, pancakes, cookies and it’s a great addition to favorite soups as well! 😋 I feel good knowing my family and I are getting a high quality protein source and it blends beautifully in recipes. Plus it’s easy to digest which I really appreciate. Looking forward to trying your recipe for Butternut Squash Soup…Thanks Nature Zen!
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When we talk about a healthy diet, an adequate intake of high-quality protein is key to maintaining optimal health:
Plant-based protein, regarded for a long time as of lower quality than animal protein, is now acknowledged not only as equal, but superior in terms of muscle and complementary benefits:
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Peas, as well as other legumes, are known to create discomfort during digestion (gas, bloating, etc.) due to the mix of fibres and starch. In Nature Zen Pea Protein, fibres and starch are removed during the natural extraction process so you will profit from the extraordinary wholesome benefits of peas without the downsides. Good for energy & good for digestion!
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Clinical studies have proven that pea protein used in the Smoothie & Cooking formula and Nature Zen protein bars has beneficial effects for our intestinal flora and acts as a prebiotic. Indeed, the Lactobacillus strains are able to use the pea protein, thus demonstrating its prebiotic effect.
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