PEA PRO9
PEA PRO9

PEA PRO9

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WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT!

  • High Protein - 76.2g of protein per 100g!
  • Complete Amino Acid profile
  • No GMO's, No Preservatives, colors, fillers
  • High Antioxidants
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Vegan/Vegetarian friendly
  • Weight Loss & Fat Burning
  • Dairy free, Gluten Free
  • Appetite Control
  • Muscle Recovery , Stamina & Performance
  • Protein shake, Meal shake, Healthy Snack
  • Kosher

MEET YOUR NEEDS!

This high quality pea protein powder (from snap peas) blended with a range of other nutrient-dense superfoods and herbs for added antioxidants and phyto-nutrients.

#SLIMGOODIE RECIPES

Post-Workout 

In the Blender:
1 frozen banana
1 cup of unsweetened non-dairy milk
1 serving of Pea Pro 9
1 tsp of cinnamon 
1 tbsp of flax meal
1 tsp of honey (optional)
Blend and enjoy right away!
Tip: Use frozen fruit instead of ice, adjust liquid for desired consistency.


Make it your own!  #slimgoodiequickshake

Get through the Day 

In the Blender:
1 cup of frozen pineapple chunks 
 1/2 large frozen banana
1/2 ripe avocado
1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk
1 serving Pea Pro 9
1/2 tsp of turmeric
1/2 tsp of cinnamon
Blend & enjoy right away!
Tip: Use frozen fruit instead of ice, adjust liquid for desired consistency.

Make it your own!  #slimgoodiequickshake

Greens & Fruit

In the Blender:
1 cup frozen mango chunks
1/2 frozen banana
1 cup of leafy greens (spinach, watercress)
1 cup of unsweetened non-dairy milk
1 serving Pea Pro 9
1 tsp of cinnamon
Blend & enjoy right away!
Tip: Use frozen fruit instead of ice, adjust liquid for desired consistency.


Make it your own!  #slimgoodiequickshake



SUPERFOOD BREAKDOWN

What Customers Have to Say 

An amazing product for so many reasons! This is my first foray into using hemp protein powder for weight loss. I'm looking to ditch a lot of bread, pasta and rice from my daily intake so I'm looking for something that's filling as well as good for you and this powder is certainly that. It tastes like nothing else. It isn't too intrusive and can be mixed with a good variety of other things if you want it as a meal replacement shake/smoothie. I have a thick green shake in the morning banana, avocado, spinach and yogurt added to the full dose of this powder and a fruity one in an afternoon, a good handful of frozen fruit and a banana with the max amount of powder. Although it's not been a week yet, I'm not full of hunger pangs a few minutes after drinking it which I often was with other meal replacement products. I also seem to feel a lot better in myself, which has to be a Good Thing :-)

@lauradas - IG

After trial and error I have found that it mixes well with non-dairy milk vs plain water. I like a shot of camp coffee, it is drinkable and I will definitely stick with it! I have been taking one shake for breakfast, which fills me up nicely and I feel so much better already, my energy levels are up and I also seem to be losing weight, which is an added bonus for me.

@patricia_pereiraa - IG

I'm vegetarian and into my natural foods and supplements. I take a protein shake every morning as a supplement. I usually buy hemp protein but this the first one I've used that has so many added extras, that are all natural. The first taste was rough to say the least but now i like it, tastes best with rice milk. It has given me more energy and a healthier complexion. It is very good value for money. I have searched the market for good hemp proteins and tried a few, this is by far the best one ive come across. I will be sticking to it in the future.

@jess_blazin  - IG

(dried, powdered) 
Pea protein 

From snap peas - it is a natural vegetable-source protein, which also offers an excellent amino acid profile. It provides: ‘branched chain amino acids’ (leucine, isoleucine and valine), lysine (an essential amino acid), glutamine (involved in protein synthesis) and is richer in arginine than any other commercially available protein.

Peas also contain:
- vitamins: including vitamin A, riboflavin, niacin, folate, thiamin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, vitamin B6,vitamin C and vitamin K
- minerals: including calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus, copper and manganese and other nutrients: 
 - including both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre, lutein (a non provitamin A carotenoid), phytonutrients / phytosterols (especially ß-sitosterol) and chlorophyll (a green pigment).

What's more, peas are low in fat, calories, sodium and contain no cholesterol.
Cinnamon
  

The cinnamon plant is a small, evergreen tree belonging to the family of Lauraceae within the genus, Cinnamomum. This spice is native to Sri Lanka, but is also now grown in many other countries such as Indonesia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India and China. It contains flavonoids (such as carotenes, zea-xanthin, lutein and cryptoxanthin) and essential oils such as eugenol (a phenylpropanoids class of chemical compound that is responsible for its pleasant, sweet aromatic fragrance), ethyl cinnamate, linalool, cinnamaldehyde, beta-caryophyllene and methyl chavicol. It also contains vitamins and minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamin A, niacin, pantothenic acid and pyridoxine.
Spinach
 

Spinach contains iron, calcium, folic acid, vitamin K, vitamin C, fibre, carotenoids (such as lutein) and bioflavonoids.
Chlorella
 

Chlorella is a single-cell green algae, which is cultivated in large man-made freshwater ponds under artificially-controlled conditions. It contains protein (60%), including all of the essential amino acids, as well as vitamins B1, C, E and K and the carotenoids beta carotene and lutein.
Acai berries
 

The acai (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) berry is a small, dark purple palm fruit, indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. For hundreds of years, these berries have formed a staple part of the diet of native tribes. As a richly colored fruit, acai berries naturally contain the purple pigments known as anthocyanins.
Dandelion root
 

The roots of the dandelion plant contain a complex carbohydrate called inulin, as well as vitamins (including A, B complex, C and D), minerals (including zinc, calcium, iron and potassium) and compounds called sesquiterpene lactones.
Green tea 


Camellia thea, or green tea, is a source of catechin polyphenols - Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), in particular.
Alfalfa 


Alfalfa is a source of chlorophyll, vitamins (such as pro-vitamin A (B-carotene, vitamins B6, C, D, E, K and P), minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc), dietary fibre and other nutrients (such as isoflavones, sterols, other plant phytoestrogens and  derivatives of coumarin). It also contains all of the essential amino acids and 8 enzymes.
Spirulina
 

Spirulina is a blue-green microalgae. It contains between 55 and 70% protein (more than beef, chicken, and soybeans), 8 essential and 10 non-essential amino acids, as well as gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), beta-carotene, linoleic acid, arachidonic acid, vitamin K, pantothenic acid, magnesium, potassium, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, iron, copper, manganese, nucleic acids RNA and DNA, chlorophyll and phycocyanin (a pigment-protein complex that is found only in blue-green algae).
Baobab fruit 


Baobab fruit is native to Africa, growing on baobab trees (Adansonia Digitata L.). These trees are reported to live for up to 1000 years and are often locally referred to as “ancient trees of life”. The trunks can store in excess of 30,000 gallons of water, which help the trees survive long drought conditions. The fruit is found inside hard pods that hang upside down from the tree. The dried fruit powder of A. digitata contains various nutrients, including vitamin C, carbohydrates, pectin, riboflavin, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, phytosterols and fibre (both soluble and insoluble).