Bob's Red Mill Chocolate Protein Powder Nutritional Booster, 16 Ounce (Pack of 1)
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Meet our natural, wholsome ingredients
Pea Protein Powder
Rich in iron and containing all the essential amino acids, our pea protein is pretty special. Unlike other pea protein powders, which are processed with chemical solvents, ours is isolated from yellow peas using a low-heat, water based method. It is pure vegan energy, purely derived.
Live cultures are increasingly in the nutritional spotlight. Bacilus coagulans is a beneficial bacteria which, as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, supports immune and digestive health.
An annual herb related to mint, chia seed was a staple in the diets of ancient Mayans and Aztecs. The word chia, in fact, comes from the Mayan word for 'strength.' Aztec warriors relied on chia seed to boost energy and increase stamina. Today it's a favorite of athletes, especially distance runners, who tout it as an endurance superfood. Chia seed is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and dietary fiber, including soluble fiber.
Inulin is a unique starch found in a variety of plants, including bananas, asparagus and sunchokes. Ours comes from the root of the chicory plant using a non-chemical water filtration process. Its blessings are many, including a subtle sweet flavor and wealth of fiber.
For fiber, particularly soluble fiber, the seed of the psyllium plant is an exceptional source. The outer husk of the seed is ground into a fine powder; it’s a natural kick-start to digestive health.
Monk Fruit Extract
Monk fruit extract is made from the melon-like fruit of the Siraitia grosvenorii, a perennial vine native to Southeast Asia. It's nearly 200 times sweeter than cane sugar, but adds no calories to your protein drink and doesn’t impact blood sugar levels. Also dubbed Buddha Fruit, as a sweetener, it’s truly divinely inspired.
Great product for maximum health benefits.
Product detailsFlavor:Chocolate | Size:16 Ounce (Pack of 1)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3 x 7 x 9 inches; 15.98 Ounces
- Item model number : 039978003478
- UPC : 039978003478
- Manufacturer : BOB'S RED MILL NATURAL FOODS INC
- ASIN : B019HUQY94
- Best Sellers Rank: #17,177 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
- Customer Reviews:
Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy. Store in a cool, dry place.
Pea Protein Powder, Inulin (Chicory Root Fiber), Chia Seed, Cocoa Powder, Natural Vanilla Powder (Cane Sugar, Cornstarch, Vanilla Oleoresin), Toasted Carob Powder, Monk Fruit Extract, Probiotic (Organic Inulin, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 6086)
For a quick and easy protein shake, add 1/3 cup Chocolate Protein Powder to a glass of water or milk. Mix and enjoy.
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
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Little did I know that BRM had sunk to the marketing depths of dark slime, where they use deception in labeling to get people to buy their product. On the front of the bag it says, "sweetened with monk fruit."
I know better than to take crap like that at face value, but I trusted BRM (notice the PAST tense there). However, this protein powdered is sweetened with more than monk fruit.
It. Has. Sugar.
Not "organic evaporated cane juice" or anything like that. No. The so-called "vanilla flavoring" contains plain-old, bleached-white sugar.
But wait! That's not all.
It also contains corn starch. WTH??? And it's not even GM-free corn starch.
I don't feed my family crap, so this bag is going to the local food bank. And Bob's Red Mill has lost my business forever. I don't put up with that manipulative marketing B.S.
The one drawback, which brings the 4 stars, is it makes me quite gassy. The trumpet is a'blowin. I know it's this brand as other protein powders don't cause the same gastral orchestra.
I don't use it daily so I don't really consider it a problem, but I do have to be mindful about using and it what day has planned
The sugar is also low in this powder.
I love to blend it with blueberries - which seems to keep me from snacking as much. Fruits like strawberries don't fill me up as well.
I use this with unsweetened vanilla almond milk, with a touch of pure vanilla extract. It is AMAZING.
I wish these came in larger packages.
The other negative was the sweetness level was too sweet for my taste - because of this i actually added another of Bob's products (plain soy protien booster powder) to the bag and mixed in too make it less sweet. It works, but kind of a hassle to do in the bag its packaged in.
In the end, im glad i tried it as its had good overall reviews but i will most likely go back to my very basic vanilla protien powder that is rather plain so that i can mix with my favorite fruits and sweeten to my liking. I also think, for the price, its not necessarily a good deal.
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