What is rice protein?
Most of us think that rice is a carbohydrate-rich food. However, rice also contains a considerable amount of vegan, gluten-free protein. Surprisingly, right? Rice protein is typically prepared by treating brown rice with a selected enzyme that results in the separation of carbohydrates and proteins. Proteins can be isolated to produce high-quality vegetable protein powders.
Which rice contains the most protein?
According to research data published in the Journal of Nutrition, brown rice protein is an excellent substitute for whey protein for those who have dietary restrictions, allergies, sensitivity or simply prefer a source of vegan or vegetable protein. In fact, brown rice contains 37% total protein and essential amino acids.
It’s important in every aspect of our body. “Building blocks,” also known as essential and non-essential amino acids, make up proteins that play an important role in helping our bodies stay healthy and functioning properly. The protein is responsible for providing the necessary nutrients for every cell of the body. Because our bodies cannot make or store essential amino acids by themselves, it is important to consume nutrient-rich protein every day.
Rice Protein is an excellent choice for gluten-free protein and is easy to digest. This high quality, enzymatically processed vegan protein powder from whole grains, germinated brown rice provides a large number of natural amino acids.
Advantages of rice protein
No chemical treatment
Free of pesticides, herbicides, polychlorinated biphenyls, preservatives, soy, milk, eggs, yeast, wheat, corn, and nuts
Low-temperature treatment – prevent amino acid denaturation.
A protein-rich formula to provide normal, vanilla, chocolate, mixed berries, full-grain vanilla, organic plains, organic herbs and organic chocolates to enhance overall nutrition and energy.