Protein

Protein


Mixture of organic plant-based protein powders with delicious natural vanilla flavour. The plant-based protein powders consist of pea protein, hemp protein and rice protein and are a source of high-quality protein. It contains a full spectrum of amino acids.* Ideal for vegetarians and vegans.

Protein is important for the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and helps maintain normal bones.

Contains: 450 grams

Allergens: May contain traces of nuts.


€ 36.50

Product Label

BEYUNA PROTEIN

Ingrediënten  
Organic pea protein
Organic coconut sugar
Organic hemp protein
Organic rice protein
Natural vanilla flavour

BEYUNA PROTEIN

Nutrutional Values per 100 g per 30 g *R.I. in 30 g
Energy 1602 kJ / 383 kcal 481 kJ / 115 kcal
Fat 8,6 g 2,6 g
- of which saturates 1,3 g 0,4 g
Carbohydrates 17 g 5,1 g
- of which sugar 16 g 4,8 g
Fibre 24 g 7,1 g
Protein 59 g 17,7 g
Salt 0,44 0,13 g
Manganese 4,5 g 1,4 mg 68%
Zinc 8,7 mg 2,6 mg 26%
Iron 20,4 mg 6,1 mg 44%

*R.I. = Reference Intake of an average adult

BEYUNA PROTEIN

Amino acid Per 100 g
Alanine 2,68
Arginine 5,27
Aspartic Acid 6,69
Cystine 0,63
Glutamic acid 10,22
Glycine 2,57
Histidine 1,61
Isoleucine 2,82
Leucine 4,94
Lysine 4,25
Methionine 0,68
Phenylalanine 3,2
Proline 2,17
Serine 3,41
Threonine 2,17
Tryptophan 0,55
Tyrosine 2,12
Valine 3,21

BEYUNA PROTEIN

Protein  
Protein is important for the growth and maintenance of muscle mass and helps maintain normal bones.  

BEYUNA PROTEIN

USE
Mix about 30 g of powder in 300 ml of water or milk. You can use the mixture as a healthy and nutritionally rich snack at any time during the day. Do not heat up.
STORAGE RECOMMENDATIONS
Keep in a cool 15 - 25 °C dark place, sealed and out of the reach of young children.

BEYUNA PROTEIN

Allergen list according to EC Directives 2000/13, 2003/89, 2005/26, 2005/63, 2006/142, 2007/68 and updates.

Allergens Yes/No
Cereals containing gluten and products thereof No
Crustaceans and products thereof No
Eggs and products thereof No
Fish and products thereof No
Peanuts and products thereof No
Soy/ Soyderivatives No
Milk and products thereof, including lactose No
Nuts and products thereof Yes*
Celery and products thereof No
Mustard and products thereof No
Sesame seeds and products thereof No
Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/l, expressed as SO No
Lupin and products thereof No
Molluscs and products thereof No

*May contain traces of nuts.

GMO-Free

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Only approved health claims may be made. These claims provide information about the effect a particular ingredient has on health. Approved health claims are recommended by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). For many years, it was possible for companies to submit health claims, but unfortunately very few of them were approved. Because many of the claims submitted were rejected, some nutrients have no approved claims which relate to them.

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