What Is Pea Protein Powder Nutritional Benefits?

What Is Pea Protein Powder? Pea protein powder is a protein supplement extracted from peas. Although the extract is rich in amino acids and iron, it is the preferred protein choice because it is vegan and naturally hypoallergenic (not likely to cause allergic reactions). As a result, interest in this extract has soared because it is now the preferred protein content to add to post-workout milkshakes and smoothies. In some parts, the powder is often referred to as pea protein isolate. However, the isolate is only one of the three main forms of pea protein powder after processing. Other forms include concentration and texture. Isolate The isolate boasts the highest concentration of protein. This is primarily because the protein has been extracted from other compounds that are natural parts of the pea. Concentrate The concentrate also contains a high level of protein but with a mixture of other compounds. When compared to the isolate, the concentrate only offers a lower concentration of protein. Textured Pea protein powder in textured form is vegetarian and often used as food. For example, it is a common meat supplement. Regardless of the form of pea protein powder, it is still

2021-12-03T15:35:46+08:0012月 3rd, 2021|Market News|

Plant Protein vs Animal Protein 

Plant Protein  vs  Animal Protein  It is often said that animal protein powder is better than plant protein powder, because animal protein powder contains more essential amino acids, especially leucine, an amino acid that initiates protein synthesis, so it is better for muscle building. But nowadays, more and more vegetarians, or like me, cannot drink the common whey protein on the market because they are intolerant to lactose and have diarrhea after drinking protein powder. So today we will take a look. For vegetarians and lactose intolerant people, can plant protein powder help achieve the same muscle-building effect? Plant Protein vs Animal Protein There are three most common vegetable protein powders: Soy Protein, Pea Protein and Brown Rice Protein. Soy Protein The amino acid content of soy protein, except leucine, is not worse than whey protein or casein, as shown in the figure. We know that leucine is the most important amino acid for muscle gain because it can directly stimulate protein synthesis. And if we just look at some short-term studies (that is, look at the changes brought about by the protein within a period of time after it enters the body),

2021-11-01T09:02:14+08:009月 18th, 2021|Market News|