Pure + Raw Vegan Protein
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Individuals who are looking for a high-quality vegan source of protein to help them boost muscle growth, produce better energy and enhance their exercise performance.
Pure + Raw Vegan Protein is a high-quality, all-in-one meal replacement shake designed to support exercise, health, and a plant-based diet. It is non-dairy, soy-free, kosher certified, NON-GMO, and free of growth hormones and gluten.
It serves as both a muscle builder and a nutritious meal replacement, ideal for those sustaining a healthy, plant-based diet. It provides essential amino acids, minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and other phytonutrients necessary for overall health.
We have added the highest source of Quinoa, referred to as the mother of all grains and a superfood. It contains large amounts of flavonoids, including quercetin and kaempferol. These are potent plant antioxidants with numerous health benefits.
It is Kosher certified, soy-free, growth hormone-free, NON-GMO, free of bovine growth hormone, and gluten-free.
Whether you are allergic or sensitive to gluten or dairy, or you’re simply looking for a healthy, plant-based protein powder, Pure + Raw Vegan is your best option.
Take it immediately after your workout. Mix one scoop with one cup of water or juice. You may take it in the morning or at night on resting days.
Protein is one of the most essential macronutrients for muscle growth and repair because it’s packed with amino acids that your body does and doesn’t produce. That’s why it’s important to have protein post-workout to restore these muscle-building macronutrients. Proteins not only help rebuild and build lean body mass, but they’re also a core part of enzymes and hormones that help communicate with the body to repair itself. Moreover, it is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Along with fat and carbohydrates, protein is a “macronutrient,” meaning that the body needs relatively large amounts of it.
Vitamin A (Acetate)
Vitamin A supports cell growth, playing a critical role in the normal formation and maintenance of the heart, lungs, and kidneys. It also helps form and maintains healthy skin, teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, and mucus membranes.
Furthermore, as vitamin A is also known as an important component for normal vision, vitamin A deficiency can cause night blindness, or at the very least a decreased ability to see in dim light. Vitamin A deficiency can also manifest as a diminished immune system function, which will cause your body to have difficulty fighting infections and healing wounds.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant, it fights free radicals (metabolic waste products that attack the cells) by either stopping their creation or by reducing their effects. It also reduces cortisol production. Cortisol reduces the recovery of your muscle after a workout and interferes with nutrition transport to your muscles. Moreover, Vitamin C has been proven to reduce muscle soreness after an intense workout. It also strengthens the immune system and increases iron absorption in the body. Iron is used to bind oxygen to hemoglobin in your blood and is vital in performing an intense weight training session with all your energy.
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Cholecalciferol, also called vitamin D-3, is a fat-soluble vitamin that is necessary for the maintenance of a healthy body. It is important for the absorption of calcium and phosphorous from the stomach and the proper functioning of the minerals. Calcium and phosphorous help maintain strong bones. Additionally, cholecalciferol slows bone loss and reduces fractures in patients with osteoporosis.
Vitamin E may help ease muscle soreness from a rigorous workout. The vitamin acts as an antioxidant to protect cells from free radicals generated during a workout. The chemical buildup may cause soreness in the muscles.
Aside from that, Vitamin E promotes muscle growth and inhibits muscle breakdown. It also provides a host of health benefits that include improved cardiovascular, immune, and eye health, as well as cancer prevention.
If you are working out to increase your weight loss, biotin supplement can improve the rate of oxidation. Biotin also helps the body convert food into energy. It increases your level of energy and by improving the digestive process.
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
Niacin, or Vitamin B3, is one of the keys to getting a great workout. Niacin increases blood flow and dilates the blood vessels, getting more blood to your muscles as you’re lifting. It increases energy and greatly increases intensity.
Calcium (Dicalcium Phosphate)
Calcium does more than help build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. It is the primary mineral involved in muscular contraction. It is responsible for triggering muscle contraction. Muscles are comprised of two protein filaments: myosin and actin. When muscle contraction occurs, these filaments slide over each other to convert ATP (adenosine triphosphate), aka the way your body stores and uses energy. The more you exercise, the more ATP your body needs to keep your muscles moving.
Phosphorous (Dicalcium Phosphate)
It plays an important role in how the body uses carbohydrates and fats. It is also needed for the body to make protein for the growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues. Phosphorus also helps the body make ATP, a molecule the body uses to store energy.
This mineral is an important electrolyte found within muscle cells and works closely with sodium to regulate body water levels. As well, Potassium plays a critical role in facilitating the electrical potentials across nerve and muscle cells that result in muscle contraction. Potassium is even involved in glycogen storage (for high-intensity muscular energy). A poor potassium/sodium balance can lead to improper fluid levels, dehydration, muscle cramps, and weakness.
Quinoa Protein (Quinoa Trim™)
Quinoa protein has all of the essential amino acids including lysine which helps to build and repair tissue. It is also a good source of many nutrients which include manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, folate, iron, and riboflavin. All of these nutrients are responsible for important functions in the body and they help build muscle either directly or indirectly. Magnesium helps with muscle contraction and relaxation. Folate helps with the metabolism of amino acids.
Furthermore, quinoa protein is gluten-free, high in fiber, and best of all no cholesterol. Most of the good sources of complete proteins are from animal sources so they contain cholesterol. Quinoa is a complete protein source and will not raise your dietary cholesterol. This makes quinoa a good choice for vegetarians.
Pea Protein (Pisum Sativum)
Pea protein is a complete protein, which means it contains all nine of the essential amino acids—including branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs)—that you need to consume to effectively build muscle. Moreover, pea protein is also allergen-free, making it good for those who can’t digest whey.
Glutamine is a beneficial supplement for cyclists because it destroys the free radicals created from intense exercises such as endurance, and competitive and vigorous cycling. Free radicals are harmful substances that occur through the breakdown of proteins, carbohydrates, or fats. As a cyclist, free radicals circulating in your body can cause feelings of exhaustion during and after rigorous training, but you may be able to prevent or decrease exhaustion with the intake of glutamine.
L-leucine is the natural version of the amino acid, is found in the proteins of the body, and is the main form used as a supplement. It increases energy and protein (therefore, muscle) production, which is a clear indication of its use as a bodybuilding supplement. As one of the key amino acids involved in muscle synthesis, it helps trigger muscle building to optimize your workout.
L-Leucine also increased total amino acid concentration in blood, which is beneficial in creating more proteins and muscle.
L-Isoleucine promotes the repair of muscle tissue. Isoleucine serves as a precursor for glutamine and alanine. It is used as fuel by muscle cells so that it can spare other amino acids from being burned up.
Additionally, L-Isoleucine is also beneficial in promoting healing where one has experienced an injury. It has been shown to promote clotting at the site of damage, accelerating recovery.
L-Valine specifically supports lean muscle-mass building and muscle repair. It is a great provider of fuel for the muscles, it enhances muscle performance by increasing muscular strength and stamina. Moreover, L-valine also has been shown to improve muscle recovery and reduce muscle atrophy. It has been viewed as a particularly useful amino acid, aiding in the recovery of athletes and bodybuilders. This is attributed to L-valine’s capacity to maintain the levels of nitrogen in the body.
• Helps you lose weight, build muscle and fight heart disease.
• Reduces inflammation, the cause of almost every major heart disease.
• Increases muscle recovery: muscles are structures made mostly from protein.
Serving Size 32.8 grams (1 scoop)
Servings per container 30
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrates||5 g||1.6%|
|Dietary Fiber||1 g||4%|
|Vitamin A (Acetate)||5000 lU||100%|
|Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)||120 mg||200%|
|Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)||1000 lU||200%|
|Vitamin E||30 lU||100%|
|Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)||20 mg||100%|
|Calcium (Dicalcium Phosphate)||250 mg||25%|
|Phosphorus (Dicalcium Phosphate)||250 mg||25%|
|Potassium (Citrate)||125 mg||4%|
|Mineral Salt (Sodium 72 mg)||128 mg||3%|
|Quinoa Protein (Quinoa Trim™)||15000 mg||*|
|Pea Protein (Pisum Sativum)||9000 mg||*|
|BCAA (2:1:1 Ratio) Branched Chain Amino Acids||1500 mg||*|
|L-Leucine (750 mg), L-Isoleucine (375 mg) and L-Valine (375 mg)||16000 mg|
*Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: N&A Flavor, Salt, Stevia Leaf Extract.