COCONUT DAILY PROTEIN
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450g CONTAINER (20 Serves)
Certified organic plant-based protein powder, doctor-formulated to support muscle growth and maintenance, tissue repair, immune system and bone health with probiotics and sprouted ancient grains to support weight management; flavoured with delicious coconut and complete with Omega-3, prebiotics and digestive enzymes to optimise protein absorption.
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Pea and sacha inchi are the foundation of our Daily Protein wholefood formula, providing a complete amino acid profile as well as naturally-occurring digestive enzymes to help your body break down and absorb the protein optimally.
Co-formulated by nutritional science expert Dr. Jaroslav Boublik [B.Sc (Hons), Ph.D (Med), C.Chem, MRACI, AACNEM] to ensure our Daily Protein supplement completely meets the requirements for a balanced, complete protein supplement.
Our Daily Protein Coconut incorporates sprouted quinoa, amaranth and special strand of probiotic lactobacillus Rhamnosus, three key ingredients to improve the bioavailability of certain nutrients and help with weight management and weight loss.
Activated Nutrients wouldn’t be the game-changing supplement it is without the expertise of our Chief Scientist, Dr. Jaroslav Boublik (former CSIRO Head Auditor) and our Head Dietitian, Kara Landau (former spokesperson for the Dietitian’s Association of Australia).
Unlike the majority of whey or part whey/part plant protein supplements on the market, our protein supplements are 100% wholefood plant-based. Our pea and sacha inchi formula provides a complete amino acid profile as well as naturally-occurring digestive enzymes to help your body break down and absorb the protein optimally. And in terms of supply chain, pea protein is a truly sustainable product as its production actually helps the pastures on which it is grown. Plus, our plant-based protein has low allergenicity, making it a great option for those who can’t tolerate lactose. As you can see, plant-based proteins have so much going for them! For us, it was an obvious choice.
An excellent source of protein, dietary fiber, and some dietary minerals. Amaranth is particularly rich in manganese, magnesium, iron, and selenium. Through careful extraction techniques the a2maranth leaves are also an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, manganese and folate.
A natural enzyme found in pineapples. Known for its ability to reduce inflammation, it has also been associated with the treatment of hay fever, ulcerative colitis, regulation of muscle contractions and helping the body rid of fat. Some of the proposed benefits from Bromelain consumption include:
Raw coconut contains essential micronutrients in significant quantities including the dietary minerals manganese, iron, phosphorus, and zinc as well as being a great natural antibiotic.
A naturally occurring non-digestible carbohydrate found in fruits and vegetables that acts as a prebiotic dietary fibre. Inulin selectively enhances the growth of the good bacteria in your gut which can assist with digestive health, bowel function, and an enhanced immune system. Inulin is often used to help:
Holds some very impressive health benefits. This strain of Pro-biotic, among others, exist in what is called our “mircobiome,” Scientific studies suggest taking L. rhamnosus has the ability to counteract weight gain there for aid in weight loss though improving gut bacteria throughout the digestive tract.
Stemming from the extraction of protein from green or yellow dried split peas, this ingredient is commonly used due to its high nutrient value and non-allergenic properties. A legume source, it possess great functional properties in cooking and contains all the essential amino acids. Having a similar nutritional profile to soy protein, pea protein is a great nutrient source for the body as it:
Proteolytic enzymes digest protein by aiding in the digestion process, breaking it down into amino acids. They can be taken as a supplement, but better yet, they can be found naturally in certain foods. A great example is papaya, which contains the proteolytic enzyme papain.
Quinoa is naturally gluten-free and contains iron, B-vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, vitamin E, and fiber. It is one of only a few plant foods that are considered a complete protein, containing all nine essential amino acids.
Traditionally harvested from the Amazonian rainforest by ancient Peruvians, Sacha Inchi or the ‘Inca Peanut’ is an excellent source of the macronutrients protein and fat. Its edible oil is found in the nuts, which have a remarkably high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids; more than any other plant based oils including olive and sunflower.
Thaumatin is a natural, plant based low-calorie sweetener and flavour modifier. The protein is often used primarily for its flavour-modifying properties and not exclusively as a sweetener. The thaumatins were first found as a mixture of proteins isolated from the katemfefruit(Thaumatococcus daniellii Bennett) of west Africa. Some proteins in the thaumatin family of sweeteners are roughly 2000 times more potent than sugar. Although very sweet, thaumatin's taste is markedly different from sugar's. The sweetness of thaumatin builds very slowly. Perception lasts a long time, leaving a liquorice-like aftertaste at high usage levels. Thaumatin is highly water-soluble, stable to heating, and stable under acidic conditions. Thaumatin is widely recognised to have the nicest mouth feel of all the natural sweeteners (Including Stevia and Xylitol) and has a lower insulin spike response to other plant based sweeteners.
Vanilla beans are pleasantly fragrant fruit pods obtained from the tropical climbing orchid, V. planifolia. Mayans were the early persons to use them to flavor chocolate drinks centuries before the Spanish first set their foot on Mexico in 1520. This highly prized bean is native to the tropical rain forests of Central America, and only recently its cultivation has spread to other tropical-regions through the European explorers. have also emailed these
A percentage of our profits go to our own charity initiatives.
“Plant-based proteins have so much going for them in terms of superior sustainability and low allergenicity. These days, the range of plant-based raw materials and a much greater understanding of the science behind digestibility and amino acid uptake makes it possible to develop a plant-based protein that completely meets the requirements for a balanced, complete protein supplement. While we believe that this formulation is optimal, we intend to continue to be involved in the science of nutrition so we can update our products as the knowledge comes to hand. That way, we can always provide the best from science and nature."