- Contains all 20 Amino Acids
- Product Description
- Contains all 10 Essential Amino Acids
- Contains Omega 3 (with SDA)
- Free from Gluten, Dairy & Lactose, GMO, Hexane
- Produced in the UK by Hemp Experts Braham & Murray
- Good Fibre Content
- Free from Pesticides and Herbicides, Additives and Preservatives
- HEMP Natural Protein Powder Original only 15% Carbohydrate
Braham & Murray were one of the first companies to reintroduce Hemp into the UK in the 1990s. They have been growing Hemp at Collabear Farm in Devon for over 10 years and are experts at developing Hemp Products.
Braham & Murray now also work with many British farmers - helping them grow and harvest Hemp to Food Standard for use in Braham & Murray Products.
Braham & Murray produce HEMP Natural Protein Powder and the GOOD Range of Oils, Dressings and Mayonnaises which are widely available throughout the UK.
Hemp is a unique plant based source of ?complete protein? - containing all 20 amino acids, including the 10 essential amino acids, high dietary fibre and essential fatty acids. Hemp as a crop is also beneficial to the environment.
Hemp Protein contains Essential Fatty Acids ? with the optimal ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 (3:1) for the human body. These Essential Fatty Acids contribute towards general health, and specifically help circulation, the heart, hair and skin, joints and the immune system. Hemp does not contain the dioxins and toxins often found in oily fish, making it a unique source of the long chain fatty acids.
Hemp Protein is a complete food - that is produced without heat. None of the natural goodness is destroyed in the production process.
Proteins are essential parts of organisms. They participate in virtually every process within cells. Many proteins are enzymes or 'functional proteins' that speed up the rate of biochemical reaction in your body by acting as a catalyst. These are vital to metabolism. Proteins also have structural or mechanical functions, such as actin and myosin in muscle and the proteins in the cytoskeleton, which form a system of scaffolding that maintains cell shape. Other proteins are important in cell signalling, immune responses, cell adhesion, and the cell cycle.
Proteins are necessary in human diets, since we cannot synthesize all the amino acids we need and must obtain essential amino acids from food. Through the process of digestion, we break down ingested protein into free amino acids that are then used in metabolism. The amino acids that an organism cannot synthesize on its own (from other foods) are referred to as essential amino acids.
Skin, hair, nails, bones, connective tissue and skeletal muscle are all predominantly made from Protein. Other proteins in your body include antibodies, enzymes and insulin.
Protein is the second most abundant substance in the body after water, making up approximately 15-20%. In order for muscle growth to occur, you must consume more protein than your body utilises every day.
Amino acids are the smallest units of a protein are called amino acids that bond together to form protein. There are 20 amino acids that are required for growth and from these there are tens of thousands of different protein molecules that can be formed. Essential & Non-essential amino acids There are ten Essential amino acids that must be supplied through the diet.
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Braham & Murray Ltd