Marvel at PhD Protein SUPERFOOD

PhD Protein Superfood contains a unique formula targeted at supporting any individual looking for great nutrition from natural ingredients. It contains a blend of super-healthy greens (including organic spirulina, kale and broccoli), lean muscle building protein from brown rice, pea and hemp protein and also provides matcha tea, yerba mate and tiger nut powder, amongst an enormous list of good-for-you natural nutrition.

PhD Protein Superfood is dairy free, gluten free and vegan so it’s a great alternative to dairy protein sources such as whey protein and milk protein, but can also be used alongside them to ensure a versatile and balanced nutritional plan. Plus it’s available in 3 delicious flavours, Super Berries, Chocolate and Banana.

What's Inside?

Plant Proteins...

  • Brown Rice Protein
    Brown rice is a fantastic alternative for anyone looking to increase their daily protein intake, avoiding dairy and soy based sources of protein.
  • Pea Protein Isolate
    Another protein source in PhD Protein Superfood is pea protein isolate. Pea protein is a natural vegetable based protein which is rich in amino acids and is free of lactose (the sugars from milk), gluten and cholesterol.
  • Hemp Protein
    Hemp is the third source of protein in PhD Protein Superfood. It is derived from whole raw hemp seed and is rich in live enzymes, essential fatty acids (EFA’s) and micronutrients. Hemp seeds are also naturally rich in essential nutrients, such as chlorophyll, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), magnesium, beta-carotene, iron, histidine, niacin and riboflavin.

Super Fruits & Berries...

  • Goji Berry Powder
    Also known as the ‘wolfberry’, Goji berries are a great source of essential amino acids, antioxidants and contain over 20 micronutrients.
  • Pomegranate Powder
    Rich in polyphenols, which are natural antioxidants. High in vitamins C and K.
  • Raspberry Fruit Powder
    Like pomegranate powder, raspberry fruit powder is also rich in antioxidants, as well as vitamins and minerals, including potassium and calcium.
  • Acai Berry Powder
    Rich in fibre, calcium, iron and vitamin E.
  • Baobab Fruit Powder
    Baobab is 100% natural and organic, and is the hard shelled fruit of the African Baobab tree.
    An excellent source of vitamin C, potassium, thiamin, fibre and vitamin B6.

Wholefoods...

  • Coconut Powder
    High in nutrients and electrolytes, including sodium, magnesium, calcium, potassium and phosphorus.
  • Pumpkin Powder
    Great source of omega 3,6 and 9, as well as zinc and b vitamins. Rich in healthy fats, antioxidants and fibres.
  • Sweet Potato Powder
    A great source of Vitamin A (from beta-carotene). Carotenoids help strengthen eyesight and boost the bodies immunity to disease. Great source of fibre.
  • Tigernut Powder
    Not an actual nut, but a ‘tuber’. Nature’s highest source of fibre. Tigernut is also high in protein, contains oleic acid (omega 9) and provide a sweet, nutty taste.

Super Greens

  • Yerba Mate Tea Powder
    Rich in antioxidants, Yerba Mate tea is an increasingly popular ingredient and can help aid digestion. Users of Yerba Mate tea have reported increased mental energy and focus.
  • Matcha Tea Powder
    Rich in fibre, chlorophyll and vitamins. Provides the body with vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium.
  • Chlorella Powder
    Chlorella is widely recognised as a ‘superfood’ and is more nutrient dense than Kale, Spinach and Broccoli. Rich in zinc, iron and vitamin A.
  • Spirulina Powder
    Spirulina is a type of algae that grows naturally in lakes, rivers and ponds. It is considered to be one of the worlds most powerful ‘superfoods’. It has more protein than meat, fish and poultry and has the most beta-carotene of any known food. It also contains essential amino acids and is rich in iron, fatty acids and vitamins A,B and E.

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About the Author

Coach and Fitness Entrepreneur. Passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and eating as much peanut butter as I can get away with!

Comments

  • Steve

    As a vegan these look really great. Definitely going to give them a go.

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