Rice Protein

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A high-protein alternative to soy and animal products, our natural raw enzyme sprouted Organic Oryzatein Silk Brown Rice Protein Concentrate has a silky smooth texture and higher protein content than other rice protein powders. Our Organic Orzatein Silk has 83% protein content, improved taste and is more easily digested, hypoallergenic and a vegetarian/vegan source of protein. Ideal for those with gastrointestinal sensitivity to milk, wheat, soy and other proteins. Organic Sprouted Brown Rice Protein is gluten-free, vegan and contains no milk, soy, wheat, eggs, corn, yeast, herbs, preservatives, coloring or anything artificial. This protein is made using an all natural process that does not involve the use of chemical solvents.

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Rice Protein Benefits

Rice protein provides the body with nutrients called amino acids. Rice protein’s various amino acids may help to defend against excessive sugar in the circulation. They could also assist to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Rice protein is a great alternative to whey for those who are lactose intolerant. It also contains all nine essential amino acids and is high in fiber, which makes it an ideal source of protein for vegetarians and vegans.

Rice protein can be found in such health foods as cereals, smoothies, bars and even pet food because of its mild taste and biological value.

Soy allergies have driven many people towards veganism and the consumption of rice proteins over soy proteins.

Rice Protein Nutrition:

Rice protein is often used as a meat substitute because of its high biological value which comes from the glutamic acid contained in it.

1.Rice Protein Rich In Iron – Iron helps with transportation of oxygen throughout your body and aids healthy blood cells which help you feel energized and active during the day.

2.Helps With Weight Loss – Since rice protein is low in calories, it helps keep weight off while adding vitamins and nutrients to your diet.

3.It Supports The Nervous System – Many will opt for rice protein over soy if they have soy allergies and need their daily dose of amino acids (the building blocks for proteins).

4.Regulates Blood Sugar To Help Manage Diabetes Symptoms

Rice Protein Benefits For Hair?

Rice protein is an excellent source of silica, which helps make tissues stronger and healthier. Silica also stimulates hair growth by improving the health of the scalp.

Additional Health benefits of rice protein

1- Lowers Bad Cholesterol And Triglycerides

2- Lowers Blood Pressure

3- Reduces Risk Of Osteoporosis And Prevents Weak Bones

4- Strengthens The Immune System And Prevents Illness

5- Inhibits Cancerous Cell Growth In The Body

6- May Improve Brain Function

7- Helps Maintain Skin Elasticity And Smoothness By Strengthening Elastin And Collagen

8- Healthy Nails, Fingernails, And Hair.

9- May Help Relieve Symptoms Of PMS

10- Promotes A Healthy Gut Microbiota

11- Stronger Teeth 12-.Repairs Damaged Tissues Faster Because Rice Protein Is Easier To Digest

12- Weight Loss

13- Low Glycemic Index

14- Increases Energy Levels

15- Provides An Excellent Non Dairy Source Of Protein

16- Gluten Free Option

17- Improves Cardiovascular Health

18- Regulates Blood Sugar To Help Manage Diabetes Symptoms

19 -Reduce The Risk Of Osteoporosis

20 – Relieves PMS Symptoms

21 – Helps Prevent Anemia

22 – Helps Lower Blood Pressure

23- Helps Lose Weight And Maintain A Healthy Body Mass Index

24- Reduces Inflammation In The Body

25- Prevents Cancer Cell Growth

26- Improves Bone Health By Increasing Bone Mineral Density.

27- Increases Lean Muscle Mass, Strength And Stamina.

28- Assists In Preserving Lean Body Mass And Supporting Metabolism In Elderly Men And Women As They Age

29 – Improved Cognitive Function For Those Who Are Aging

30- May Help To Reduce Symptoms Of Menopause

31- Reduction Of Risk Of Heart Disease

32 – May Aid In Skin Care

33 – Supports Nerve and Brain Function

34 – May Improve Immune System

Why Try Rice Protein Superfood?

  • 100% Plant-Based Protein
  • Highly Soluble & Easy to Digest
  • Excellent Amino Acid Profile – Especially high in Arginine, Glutamine & Leucine
  • Low Sodium
  • Totally raw with no heat used
  • Non-GMO
  • Bio-fermentation – combining the sprouted endosperm & the bran from raw sprouted whole grain brown rice
  • Hypoallergenic
  • 100% Gluten, Soy, & Cholesterol Free
  • Environmentally Friendly Source of Protein
  • Highly Suitable for Sustainable Agriculture
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