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Tahitian Vanilla Protein: Enjoy the absolutely unique, sweet, fruity flavor of the authentic raw Tahitian vanilla bean, sought by top chefs worldwide! Nature Zen protein makes you re-discover its soothing, harmonizing taste… a delight for our taste-buds and good for us too!
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Organic Sprouted Brown Rice Protein, Organic Locust Bean Gum, Organic Raw Lucuma, Tahitian Vanilla, Pectin, Organic Acacia Gum, Organic Stevia Extract, Organic Vanilla Bean, Pink Salt. Certified Organic by Ecocert Canada. May contains traces of nuts.
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After experimenting with different protein powders, I was so happy to find this one some years back. Easy to digest, delicate natural flavors, not too sweet and smooth blending in my smoothies! Love the simplicity and purity of the ingredients – when you have food sensitivities, it’s a pleasure to discover something that your body enjoys and the bonus is the long lasting nourishment. Both satisfying and delicious!
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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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