A flavour so good you can’t say no to it! Prana Power Plant protein is a Vegan-friendly, non-GMO protein powder with no artificial sweeteners or flavours packed with added amino acids to ensure your body has the most optimal support to muscle growth and repair.
Utilising a combination of water extracted Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice and Sacha Inchi, Power Plant protein is a complete protein source with added naturally occurring digestive enzymes to ensure digestion and assimilation are at their peak.
- No gritty mouth feel!
- No bland flavours!
- No digestive stress!
Power Plant protein utilises only the highest quality sprouted and fermented proteins, has no added sugars and contains a massive 30g serve of protein per scoop.
Choose from our diverse range of flavours of Original, Rich Chocolate, Vanilla Creme, Coconut Milk or Himalayan Salted Caramel and power up your muscle recovery with Power Plant Protein.
Pea Protein is a dairy free, organic, naturally occurring vegan source of protein extracted during a fermentation and water filtration process. It is traditionally high in Leucine, which is the number 1 amino acid responsible for initiating muscle protein synthesis and highly recommended for muscle repair.
Sprouted & Fermented Brown Rice
Rice protein, like Pea, is a dairy free, organic, naturally occurring vegan source of protein extracted during a fermentation and water filtration process. With a high concentration of naturally occurring BCAA’s, Brown rice protein is a great complete source of BCAA’s to maximise repair and regeneration of skeletal muscle.
Sacha Inchi is a Peruvian superfood seed with a nut like a flavour, used in traditional medicine for years due to its potential for assisting in maintaining a healthy cholesterol profile.
Branched Chain Amino Acids
Branched Chain Amino acids are 3 of 4 primary amino acids found in skeletal muscle tissue that are considered the building blocks of muscle and are responsible for the repair and rebuilding process.
At 2.5g per serve, Leucine maximises the protein synthesis response in muscle tissue, of which Power Plant protein has 3.4g per serve and nearly 7g of BCAAs in total.
L-Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid and the 4th amino acid alongside the BCAA’s that are responsible for the repair and rebuilding of muscle tissue.
L-Glutamine is also found in abundance in the lining of the stomach, providing digestive support and immune strengthening properties.
L-Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid responsible for the regulation of Nitric Oxide function, which helps support circulation, enhances tissue repair of damaged cells and may support in the reduction of blood pressure in those suffering from hypertension (high blood pressure)
Beta Alanine is the rate limiting amino acid responsible for increasing intramuscular Carnosine, which is a naturally occurring di-peptide (2 amino acids bound together) that plays an important role in athletic performance by reducing the accumulation of lactic acid.
Bromelain is a naturally occurring digestive enzyme found in Pineapple, that enhances the digestion and breakdown of dietary proteins within the stomach.
Bromelain is also known as a digestible digestive enzyme, meaning it has a systemic effect and not just a localised effect in the stomach, which has been shown to potentially reduce inflammation.
Papain is a naturally occurring digestive enzyme found in Papaya that assists in the breakdown of proteins to ensure efficient digestion and assimilation.
Whether you are trying to increase your dietary consumption of protein or wanting to ensure your post workout recovery is optimal, Power Plant protein provides you with a complete blend of Vegan-friendly proteins, a maxed out BCAA formula and the necessary digestive enzymes to ensure optimal digestion and assimilation.
Not just after protein and want a complete meal? Stack your Power Plant protein with our Super Greens or Multi Force for the ultimate blend of proteins, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants!
1 gram of Matcha (1/4 teaspoon) = 10 cups of green tea in health benefits… That’s why we call it the caviar of tea.
It’s what the samurai’s would have before they go to war, to give them power, stamina and endurance (what we need today to cope with life).
It has the equivalent caffeine content as half a cup of coffee, with no jittery come down.
137 x times more antioxidant than plain Green tea… metabolize boosting, hence I put it in my water bottle to go to the gym to take advantage of its benefits.
Cholesterol lowering, cardio vascular protective, calorie burning
Taste description – green tea tasting
ORGANIC, VEGAN FRIENDLY – GLUTEN FREE
The production of Matcha Tea is very elaborated because stems and leaf veins have to be removed before the leaf is ground to a very fine powder by means of granite stone grinders. It takes 1 hour to grind 30g of this exclusive powder.
30g = 30 serves (1g per serve in a hot or cold water)
Ingredients: Green Tea (camellia sinensis)
Preparation: Place 1/4 tsp (approx. 1g) of Elderflower Matcha Green Tea in a cup or a bowl, add 100ml of hot simmering water and whisk for 30 seconds in a zig zag motion (or use a milk frother) until foamy.
100% Pure Whey Protein Concentrate
Wholesale Nutrition’s Whey Protein Concentrate is completely natural with no added sweeteners or additives. Exceptional pasture raise dairy, our WPC is an ideal every day protein to support muscle repair, growth and performance.
Whey Protein Concentrate is pasture raised dairy that is low in fat and sugar, and provides your body with a protein source which has a superior biological value and a very high branch chain amino acid profile.
Whey Protein Concentrate is ideal for supplementing your diet with extra protein between meals or to instantly provide your body with high quality protein post workout.
WPC offers a great economic alternative to whey protein isolate (WPI ). WPC has a slower digestion time to pure whey isolate, but still digests more quickly than most other proteins, making it effective for triggering protein synthesis between/with meals and before and after training.
- Whey Protein Concentrate aids growth and repair of muscle tissue.
- Speeds up recovery.
- Increases protein synthesis after exercise or resistance training.
- Helps to boost the immune system.
Naturally rich in BCAAs
WPC Precision contains naturally high levels of BCAAs (leucine, isoleucine and valine). This makes it an excellent protein sources for supporting muscle growth, recovery and strength.
- Amateur and professional athletes
- Strength and power athletes such as footballers, sprinters, and martial artists
- Intermediate/advanced trainers and athletes
- Adults with a well balanced diet and exercise regime wanting to lose body fat, gain lean muscle and strength.
When do I take it?
Whey protein can be taken at anytime of the night or day to help raise current intake of protein. The preferred time to take is as soon as you wake, after you workout and just before bedtime.
How should I take it?
Simply mix one serving with anything up to 300ml of milk or water and flavour to your liking. Understandably, mixing your protein shake with milk will increase the overall protein, carbohydrate, fat and lactose content.
- Herbal Supplement
- With Licorice, Forsythia & Slippery Elm
- Plus Echinacea and Cloves
- A Dietary Supplement
- Family Owned Since 1968
- GMP Quality Assured
Bee Propolis is collected from beehives and has naturally occurring flavonoids. Bees collect the Propolis from the resin of certain select trees and use it to line the hive. This substance is believed to be responsible for the sterile, healthy state of the colony.
Shake well before using. Take 1 to 2 droppersful 2-3 times daily in water or directly on the tongue. Children over 2 years old use half recommended level.
Water, grain alcohol (20%), vegetable glycerin and cherry juice concentrate.
Not manufactured with yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, fish or shellfish ingredients.
Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.
Natural color variation may occur in this product.
Caution: Consult physician if pregnant/nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children.
|Serving Size: 2 Droppersful (1.6 ml)|
|Servings Per Container: about 38|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|A unique blend of:
Forsythia (F. suspensa) (Fruit), Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (Root), Slippery Elm (Ulmus fulva) (Bark), Bee Propolis, Whole Cloves (Syzgium aromaticum), Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) (Root), Myrrh (Commiphora
myrrha) (Gum), Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) (Root) Extracts.
|* Daily Value not established.|
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Losing weight can be tough for some people, but could it be that they are simply trying too hard? Our list of healthy weight loss tips aims to get you shedding the pounds without too much effort, and make you healthier into the bargain!
Diets are big business these days and there is a seemingly endless supply of new fads to follow. However, many of these diet plans are simply useless because they leave you hungry and unsatisfied.
After all, who wants a constantly rumbling stomach, dizzy spells and headaches? No wonder people reach for the nearest snack!
These healthy weight loss tips will keep you satiated, improve your wellbeing and put you on the right track towards your target weight. And, here’s the best bit, there’s no strict diet to follow either.
So, shall we begin our list of healthy weight loss tips? Let’s go!
Bulk up on the good to phase out the bad
Diets generally fall down simply because they encourage you to starve yourself in order to shed weight. This is a sure fire way to increase irritability and frustration, not exactly ideal when you are trying to achieve something that you are already convinced is difficult!
The truth is that you really don’t need to starve yourself at all to lose weight, especially if you want to do so in a healthy way. In fact, we’d encourage you to eat as much as you want when you want to lose weight – providing its the right stuff, of course.
Whenever you feel hungry, reach for something healthy. Grab an apple or an orange, munch on a handful of nuts, or indulge in a snack of homemade hummus with some crispy, crunchy veg. These will give you more of the nutrients that you need, making you feel satisfied faster than junk food ever will.
It’s all about changing your mindset, not the amount that you eat.
Eating more of what grows naturally and less of what food technicians have conjured up in a laboratory somewhere is one of the best healthy weight loss tips we can give you. Processed foods are killers, period (even the vegan ones are far from great!).
Start a weight loss journal
Believe it or not, keeping track of what you eat is a great healthy weight loss tip. Why is it so great? Because it’s proven to work, that’s why!
Grab yourself a small notepad that you can keep with you at all times, or better still download a food diary app onto your phone so that you can make entries as you go. Waiting until the end of the day will likely mean that you’ll forget stuff that you had along the way.
Be specific with portion sizes and, most importantly, don’t lie to yourself. If you have something that you probably shouldn’t, write it down. It’s all part of the process and will help you in the long run.
Use the journal to monitor other things, too. Keep track of what exercise you’re doing, even if it’s only a 5-minute walk. If you were doing nothing before, 5 minutes is a step in the right direction (if you’ll pardon the pun!).
Even keeping a note of how you felt when you resisted a temptation will reinforce your resolve – so write it down!
Keep the journal regularly and you’ll be ahead of the game when it comes to weight loss, FACT!
Check out DIETMINDER for improved focus and goal setting
Set specific (but realistic) goals
Setting goals, much like keeping a food journal, is a proven way to help you get to where you want to be.
Taking the time to physically write down what you want to achieve will help focus the mind and keep you on track if you review them regularly.
The key to successful goal setting is to really break down what you want to achieve and put some numbers to the goal so that it is actually measurable.
Simply saying that you want to lose weight isn’t good enough. You need to set a target to work towards, so go for something along the lines of:
I am going to lose 15 pounds of fat and knock four inches off of my waistline by New Years Eve.
By spelling out your goal in no uncertain terms you have something concrete to work towards, and if you review it every day you’ll remain focused on achieving that goal.
Also note that the goal states fat, not weight. Lots of people make the mistake of aiming to lose weight rather than fat, and they simply shed water and muscle. Aiming to lose fat drills down the goal even further, making it more worthwhile and better for your health.
Talk to those closest to you
Speaking about what you want to achieve is a great healthy weight loss tip for two reasons.
One, it will reinforce the goal that you have already set for yourself. By telling others about your specific goals, you’ll be committing yourself to achieving them far more. After all, no one wants to say that they’ve failed, do they?
Two, it’ll give you the opportunity to talk about your habits as a family. Changing your diet for the better can be easy, but you will need support along the way.
This can obviously come in terms of emotional support, but there are other ways that your immediate family can help – and they’ll be helping themselves, too!
Talk to those that you live with about removing the snacks, animal products and processed foods from your home altogether and explain exactly why you think it will be beneficial to your family as a whole. If you need some pointers, see this article on the advantages of switching to a plant-based whole food diet.
Removing temptation from your home environment is a huge step, and it’s one that will make your quest to lose weight infinitely easier to achieve. If it’s not there, you can’t have it. Simple!
Planning your meals in advance is another way to lessen the amount of temptation that you will incur throughout the week.
Set up a 7-day plan and fill in everything: breakfast, lunch, dinner and even your favorite vegan snacks (remember, you’re allowed as much as you like providing it’s a healthy plant-based whole food).
Set out the shopping list and go hit the grocery store. Remember not to do this on an empty stomach, though. Otherwise you might just find yourself in those deadly middle aisles where all the bad stuff lives!
TAKE YOUR LUNCH TO WORK THE ECO-FRIENDLY WAY – USE A STAINLESS STEEL LUNCH BOX
Get to know yourself
Now this may sound a little out there to some of you, but getting to know yourself can really help when we’re trying to lose a few pounds, which is why we’ve included it in our list of healthy weight loss tips.
What do we mean by getting to know ourselves? Well, it’s really all about recognizing our own bodies and knowing exactly when we are feeling hungry rather than simply letting things go too far. Many of us don’t even think about just how hungry we are, especially when we’re bored or busy.
We like to use a scale to make judgement on our hunger levels. A simple one to 10 works fine. If you are bored, it can often be the case that your brain will tell you to go and eat something when you really don’t need to. Having the scale to fall back on will make you think about just how hungry you really are.
Equally, when you are busy, you can sometimes forget about food altogether until you are absolutely famished, which then leads to overeating. Set alerts in your phone’s calendar when you are at work to remind you to eat, but check in with yourself and ask the question, “On a scale of one to 10, how hungry am I really?”
Aim to eat something when you genuinely feel that you are around the seven to eight mark. This will make sure that you are not eating for the sake of it, but it’ll also make sure that you never get to the point where you’ll demolish everything in sight!
Cook from scratch
Forget takeaways, ready meals and TV dinners – cooking from scratch is one of the best healthy weight loss tips to follow, and it needn’t be as difficult as you think.
There are numerous fantastic, and fast, vegan recipes online these days, so there really is no excuse, no matter how busy you are.
Cooking at home means that you’ll know exactly what has gone into your meal and you’ll have the satisfaction of creating something yourself, too.
Getting into cooking is a rewarding experience and it can be one of the key factors in transforming both your health and your waistline.
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Now that you are moving over to more plant-based whole foods, it’s time to branch out and be a little more adventurous when you hit the grocery store.
Try fruits and vegetables that you haven’t had before. Make up smoothies of all different types and start to experience all of the wonderful new flavors that are now available to you. Keep track of what you try and what you think in your food journal.
This may sound nuts at first (I would have agreed with you a few years back), but trust me, you’ll begin to relish the taste of all these marvellous fresh and natural foodstuffs.
Trying new things all the time helps to keep your mind focused and away from the unhealthy foods that you are trying to get rid of from your life. Deep down, your body knows what’s good for it, and it will begin to thank you for the changes you are making far faster than you think.
Your taste buds will begin to change and you’ll start to feel lighter and have a clearer mind. Energy levels will rise and before you know it you’ll be in the habit of eating in way that will encourage your metabolism to work towards your optimum weight all by itself.
Remember that not all calories are the same
Another area that often lets people down is calorie counting.
Calorie counting doesn’t work simply because not all calories are the same. For example, if you were to consume 500 calories of sugary beverage, your body takes in the fiberless sugars fast and your blood sugar goes through the roof – not good.
Why? Because the increased insulin that results will kickstart your body’s ability to store belly fat. There are a whole host of other bad things that happen as well, but as we are concentrating on healthy weight loss tips, we’ll single out the belly fat issue.
Compare this with, say, 500 calories of almonds. Five-hundred calories is 500 calories, right? Wrong.
The almonds will not cause such a massive spike in insulin as they are a whole food and you are getting a multitude of other nutrients along with the calories that you are ingesting.
Their glycemic index is far lower than that of the sugary beverage, so their release is a lot slower, meaning that your body will also feel satisfied for longer on the same amount of calories. Plus, with all the fiber included in whole foods, your body will actually absorb less calories anyway.
So, remember, quit the calorie counting and concentrate on eating better food, not less.
Cut back on oil
Who’s chopped up a load of veggies, smothered them in oil and put them in the oven for roasting? Or, maybe, made a big bowl of vegan salad and liberally doused the leaves with a load of dressing? We’ve all done it at one time or another, but that doesn’t mean that its a good idea!
Oil can dramatically alter the amount of calories on a seemingly healthy dish. While the previous healthy weight loss tip stated that calories shouldn’t be your main concern, avoiding empty calories like oil should be on your mind at all times.
We’re not saying that you need to throw them all away, but cutting back is advisable if you are looking to lose weight. Check out our article on lowering your oil intake to find out how you can lessen the amount that you have each day.
Be mindful when eating
When we say be mindful, we are not talking about thinking of what you are going to eat.
What we mean by this is that when you having a meal or a snack, you are actually focused on eating rather than being distracted by your phone, tablet or any of the million and one things that are clamouring for our attention these days.
Slow down when you eat and really take time to enjoy the flavors. Savor every second and use your senses as you chew and swallow, doing so will bring an awareness that will make you appreciate your food more and make you satisfied a whole lot faster, too.
Up the activity levels
This may make you groan if you are just thinking about losing weight.
However, I’m going to promise you something right now. Once you ditch animal products and processed foods, something weird begins to happen – you’ll actually want to get up off the sofa and do stuff!
That’s right. Your energy levels will become such that your body will begin urging your brain to get things into gear, you simply need to burn off the extra energy that you are getting from your healthier diet.
Obviously, you need to take things easy at first – no one wants an injury – but it shouldn’t be too long before you can begin to gradually increase the amount of physical activity that you are doing each and every day.
The amount of exercise that you are taking is another excellent thing to monitor in your food diary as it will give you a great sense of just how far you have come when you review your progress at a later date.
Don’t beat yourself up
The last of our healthy weight loss tips is simple – don’t worry if your weight loss doesn’t happen straight away.
Just because your friend lost five pounds in a fortnight doesn’t mean that you’ll follow suit, we’re all different, after all.
Remember, when carrying out tip number three especially, to be realistic and make things achievable. You can always re-evaluate your goals when you hit them.
Being good to yourself will get you where you want to be a lot quicker, and that means both mentally and physically. So, don’t be too hard on yourself. You’ll get there!
There you have it, our 13 healthy weight loss tips that will help you reach a healthier weight in less time than a fad diet ever will.
There really are no tricks involved, it’s more about taking a step back from our busy lives and focussing on what we want to achieve.
Removing animal products and processed foods from our diets can really help us not only lose weight, but also lessen our risk of contracting some of the biggest killer diseases blighting the human race today.
Oh, and you’ll be doing a great service to the environment and our animal friends, too.
Healthy weight loss tips sources
Guide to Using Whey Protein for Weight-loss
Regular gym-goers are sure to have noticed muscly guys tossing back a protein shake straight after their workout and it’s true that many bodybuilders use whey protein to assist with building muscle. But don’t be fooled by this stereotype, whey protein can also be a useful aid in weight-loss for both men and women.
Whey protein is basically a convenient alternative to whole foods that can be used to supplement the diet. It is produced as a by-product during the cheese making process. Milk is separated into solids and liquids – the leftover liquid is the whey. This is then processed to form a powder and the resulting whey protein is considered a complete protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids and with a low lactose content.
When used as a supplement, whey protein can help to improve muscle protein synthesis and promote the growth of lean tissue mass. There is also some evidence to show that drinking whey protein can help women retain muscle mass and lose fat while trying to shed weight.
But before you stock up and start drinking protein shakes on top of your regular diet, you need learn how it can be used in a weight loss program. The suggestions below are options for times of day that we have found helpful when trying to lose weight. You would not use whey protein at all of these times.
Our suggestions for how and when to use whey protein for weight-loss:
- As a meal replacement – add into a smoothie
- As a snack replacement – mix with just water or water with a dash of milk
- Before going out to eat – mix with water (to help with satiety and prevent overindulging)
- After a workout – mix with water
Many people are in a rush at breakfast and then struggle all day when they miss this important meal. A great option is to whip up a breakfast smoothie you can consume on the go. Create a blend using liquid, protein powder, some fats and fruit and or vegetables so it is both nutritious and filling. This makes for a convenient, nutrient-dense way to fuel up.
Keep in mind your overall macronutrient goals (protein/fats/carbohydrates) when creating your own mix. Below are a couple of suggestions but if you have the basic idea you can get creative!
Nutrient-dense breakfast smoothie – In a blender mix 1 cup milk, 1 scoop of vanilla flavoured whey protein, a handful of baby spinach leaves, 1/3 cup of frozen raspberries, a handful of ice.
Quick breakfast smoothie – In a protein shaker mix 1 cup water, dash of milk, 1 scoop of chocolate flavoured whey protein, ½ teaspoon peanut butter, 1 scoop of instant oats (or leave out if following a low-carb plan).
Whey protein, and indeed any protein, can help you feel full for longer than other food types, so you’re less likely to snack. For many, the afternoon is a difficult time to avoid snacking on high-sugar processed snacks and this is when a protein shake can be very convenient.
Likewise, if you were going to have a can of tuna for afternoon tea but couldn’t face it, then the right flavoured protein shake can be a sensible alternative instead of reaching for biscuits or chocolate.
To Prevent Overindulging
If you are going out and are likely to overindulge in all the wrong sorts of foods, then having a protein shake before you go can help fill you up, before you’re tempted to make a whole lot of unwise food and drink choices.
Whey Protein & Exercise
Exercise is an important part of being healthy and just changing to protein shakes alone isn’t likely to help you lose weight and maintain it. Therefore, we recommend combining resistance training with whey protein for anyone looking to lose weight.
Men can have one or two 30g scoops per shake. Women on a weight loss plan should stick to one 30g scoop of whey protein. The beauty of a protein shake is for most people, it is easier to get down after a hard workout than eating the same amount of protein in a whole food.
Frequency & Diet
It isn’t a good idea to replace all your meals with whey protein in an effort to lose weight. Instead, you should be thinking of whey protein as a convenient form of protein that can be used to supplement your whole food diet. It is important to continue eating whole foods, even when your goal is weight-loss, to ensure an adequate intake of vitamins, minerals and fibre in your diet. It’s also important to create healthy eating habits you can maintain once you reach your goal.
As such, during a weight loss program we recommend using supplements only once per day. Occasionally twice per day is ok. Once you have reached your weight goal, you may simply consume whey protein after a workout to help with recovery and maintaining muscle.
Which protein powder should I choose?
Make sure you choose a whey protein that isn’t filled with nasty and unnecessary fillers or chemicals that your body doesn’t need. Also check it doesn’t contain added sugars or artificial sweeteners.
Flavoured options are pleasant to drink with just water. Natural proteins are best used in a smoothie or recipe in combination with other flavours.
YOGI Woman’s Moon Cycle (16 Tea Bags) Supports a Healthy Cycle
We combine Raspberry Leaf, traditionally used for centuries to address common menstrual discomforts, and Chamomile which has been used for centuries to help soothe the mind and body. Infuse harmony and comfort into the days of your monthly cycle with a calming cup of Woman’s Moon Cycle® tea.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
To get the most out of every cup, bring water to boiling and steep 5 to 10 minutes. For a stronger tea, use 2 tea bags. Drink 1 to 3 cups a day. During premenstrual days, drink 4 to 5 cups throughout the day.*
Botanically-speaking, fennel seeds are not seeds, but are the fruits of the sweet fennel plant, an herb that has been cultivated for culinary and medicinal use for thousands of years. In India, fennel seeds are routinely chewed after meals to support digestion and to act as an herbal mouth freshener.
Ginger Root, the underground stem, or rhizome, of the plant Zingiber officinale, has been used in many herbal traditions since ancient times. In Ayurveda, Ginger is known as the wonder herb, and it’s no wonder, since Ayurveda employs Ginger for a wide variety of health applications, including digestive support. Historically, Ginger Root was also one of the most respected herbs for supporting joint health. Additionally, Ginger Root has been traditionally used to support healthy peripheral circulation; and can aid in warming up cold hands and feet, and will also promote sweating when needed.
Cinnamon Bark comes from a small evergreen tree that is native to Sri Lanka. Cinnamon is a pungent, sweet and hot spice that can warm and invigorates the body and support function of the respiratory and digestive systems. It can also help to promote circulation to the joints and support immune function.
Chamomile is a flowering plant in the daisy family that is native to Europe and Asia. The flower is a mild relaxant that supports balanced mood; hence a cup of tea made with chamomile is a time-honored herb used to promote sleep.
The leaves of the raspberry plant have been used as a medicinal herb for centuries and is traditionally recommended to support the uterus.
Anise Seed is a tasty culinary herb from the parsley family. In the herbalist’s world, anise seed is known mainly for supporting the digestive system, helping to reduce gas and support efficient digestion. Today, throughout Asia and Europe, anise seed is used to help support respiratory and throat function.
Dong Quai Root Extract
Dong Quai Root is the most respected woman’s herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). An herb in the celery family native to China, Japan, and Korea, it has been used for centuries to support the reproductive organs and to help regulate the menstrual cycle. TCM also uses this herb for maintaining blood pressure levels already within a normal range and for supporting healthy lung function.
Chaste Tree Berry Extract
Chaste tree is a large shrub (up to twenty-two feet tall) native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe, where it flourishes along riverbanks and nearby foothills. The tree produces a dark brown, peppercorn-size fruit that has a pleasant peppermint-like odor. Chaste tree berry was used medicinally by ancient Greeks and Romans to encourage chastity, but in the first years of the common era, the Greek physician Dioscorides recommended chaste tree berry specifically for support of the female system as well as to support milk flow shortly after birth. Today, herbalists use chaste tree berry primarily to support the health of the female system.
Juniper Berry Extract
A juniper berry is not a true berry, but is a seed cone with unusually fleshy and merged scales that give it a berry-like appearance. Used as a spice in European cuisine, juniper berry has been used in traditional herbal medicine to support kidney and urinary tract function, as well as to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels that are already within the normal range. The essential oil can be stimulating to the kidneys. The warming and bitter properties support digestion and can soothe intestinal gas. Juniper berry can also be warming for the joints.
Parsley Leaf is a bright green biennial herb with a long history of culinary use in the Middle East, Europe and North America. It also has a long history of use in herbal medicine to support the urinary system. Parsley is diuretic, and so has been traditionally used to support the bladder and can help generally with proper water balance in the body.
One packet of Protein Pancakes makes…
30 Pancakes! That’s 10 serves of 3 pancakes
So how do they taste?
A beautiful naturally wholesome Pancake with a slight hint of vanilla. Not overly sweetened so you can make it your own. Best enjoyed with fresh berries and sugar free maple.
Lupin, rice protein, almond meal, golden flaxmeal, baking powder (gluten free), chia seeds, cinnamon, vanilla bean powder, coconut flour, natural flavour (plant extract), salt.
CONTAINS LUPIN AND ALMOND
May contain pieces of other nuts, milk and sesame.
Made with love in Australia from over 90% Australian Ingredients.
Serving size: 3 pancakes (110 g when prepared as directed)
|per serve||per 100g of mix|
|Energy||658kJ 159Cal||1504kJ 359Cal|
^Nutritional values are based on using egg whites and unsweetened almond milk and are averages only – subject to seasonal variation. This product is gluten free when prepared as directed using other gluten free ingredients. #Compared to: Pancake, prepared from dry mix (NUTTAB 2010).
To prepare three Protein Pancakes, you will need:
- Level ¼ cup of Pancake Mix (30g)
- 1 whole extra large egg, or 50ml egg whites
- 50ml milk (of your choice)
Using a fork, thoroughly combine all the ingredients in a bowl, then let the mixture sit whilst you prepare your fry pan.
Spray a non stick fry pan with oil. Heat until almost smoking (this seals the pan and prevents sticking). Once hot, turn to low heat and wait for 30 seconds.
Spoon the mixture into the fry pan on a low heat, forming 3 pancakes approx. 10cm in diameter. Cook for 60-90 seconds or until you see bubbles appear.
Carefully flip each pancake and cook the other side for a further 90 seconds or until golden brown.
Pancakes must be stored in the fridge (1-4°C) for up to 5 days or the freezer (-18°C) in freezer bags for up to 3 months.
“I look forward to eating Protein Pancakes every morning! The pancakes are delicious – especially when drizzled with yoghurt and topped with fresh berries. They’re easy and quick to make, and with only a few carbs and loads of protein per serving, they fit my macros every day!”
Donald Conley – Sydney, NSW
Organic Plant Protein Smoothies
smoothie is a thick, cold beverage made from blend raw fruit, vegetables or ice cream with other ingredients such as water, crush ice, fruit juice, sweeteners dairy products, plant milk, nuts, nut butter, seeds, tea, chocolate, herbal supplem ents, or nutritional supplements. A smoothie containing dairy products is similar to a vegetable milkshake, though the latter typically contains less fruit and often contains ice cream or frozen yogurt.
Why You Need Smoothie
The healthfulness of a smoothe depends on its ingredients and their proportions. Many smoothies include large servings of fruits and vegetables which are recommend in a healthful diet. However, too many sweet fruits and fruit juices can lead to too much sugar] Similarly, ingredients such as protein powders, sweeteners, or ice cream are often used in smoothi recipes, but are not necessarily healthful.
Smoothies include dietary fiber (e.g. pulp, often also skin and seeds) and so are thicker than fruit juice, with a consistency similar to a milkshake. The fiber makes smoothies more healthful than fruit juice alone. Smoothies—particularly green smoothies (which include vegetables)—are often marketed to health-conscious people, for example as a healthier alternative to milkshakes.
- Herbal Support
- Uña de Gato
- A Dietary Supplement
- Vegetarian – Vegan
- Botanicals / Herbs
- Family Owned Since 1968
- GMP Quality Assured
Cat’s Claw, also known as the “life-giving vine of Peru,” “saventaro”, or “uña de gato,” is a thick woody vine indigenous to the Amazon rain forest and other tropical areas of South and Central America. It has been revered by native herbalists of the region for over 2000 years and is valued for its many uses. Modern scientific research has determined that its characteristic alkaloids are responsible for its biological activities.
Take 2 capsules 2 to 3 times daily, preferably with food.
Cellulose (capsule) and stearic acid (vegetable source).
Not manufactured with yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, fish, shellfish or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.
Caution: For adults only. Not recommended for pregnant/nursing women. Consult physician if taking medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children.
Natural color variation may occur in this product.
Store in a cool, dry place after opening.