Naked Nutrition Pea Protein Powder

I received a plant based Pea Protein Powder from Naked Nutrition. I love that it has no extra additives, as it's just made from yellow-split peas. It's nutrition with nothing to hide, as your body gets what it needs from a natural source.

I usually like to take a protein shake after a yoga or strength training class. This way I know for sure that my body is getting optimal nutrition without the added chemicals. This Pea Protein Powder tastes very light and fluffy. I like to make a smoothie using the magic bullet. I put in two scoops of the protein, one banana, a few strawberries and some coconut water or just plain water. The natural sugars from the fruit give it some flavor. It actually tastes quite delicious.

Yellow-split peas come from the lentil and bean family. They include more than just protein. They are a rich source of energizing complex carbohydrates and insoluble fiber which promotes healthy digestion. Also an excellent source of B vitamins, phosphorus, copper and potassium.

Naked Nutrition Pea Protein Powder

Without adequate amounts of protein, your body can't put together the proper structures that make up every cell, tissue and organ. It can't generate the biochemical substances for proper cardiovascular function, muscle growth and healing. If your muscles can't heal quickly then you can overtrain, and be at risk for injury.

Solid foods take longer to digest and break down, that's why protein shakes reach your muscles within 30 minutes after ingestion. The protein can quickly begin to heal the micro tears in the muscles.

Benefits of Pea Protein Powder:

  • Exclusively From Farms in the United States and Canada
  • Vegan
  • No Artificial Sweeteners, Flavors, or Colors
  • 27 Grams of Protein and 5.7 Grams of BCAA’s Per Serving
  • Only One Ingredient: Yellow Pea Protein
  • Non-GMO, Soy Free, and Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Environmentally-friendly farming practices

You can visit nkdnutrition.com/pea-protein-powder to see their Pea Protein Powder or nkdnutrition.com to see all their natural protein powders.

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