Complete Proteins

What is a complete protein and where does it come from?

When you consume protein your body breaks the protein down to its individual building blocks which are amino acids. There are 23 amino acids that make up protein and 10 of them cannot be made by the body and must be consumed. The 10 amino acids that cannot be made by the body are considered essential amino acids because you must consume them regularly to remain healthy. A complete protein is a protein that has all of the essential amino acids in the correct ratio for the body to use. Meat, fish, and poultry offer complete proteins. Even though complete proteins are not common in the botanical world,

Basic Hemp™ Protein has combined 3 complete botanical proteins in a powerful and effective combination.

 

Hempseed Protein
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Spirulina Protein
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Afa Protein
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Rhodiola Rosea
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