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Hemp protein 1kg

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Hempture pure Hemp protein powder is 100% Natural and absolutely Nothing has been added.

The Hemp extracts produced by Hempture are grown in Ireland & the EU without the use of any pesticides and herbicides. Our strict organic production allows our Hemp to be of the highest quality ON EARTH and that is guaranteed fact.

Hemp as a complete plant protein contains more than 20 amino acids that our bodies need to stay healthy, this includes 9 essential amino acids that our bodies don’t produce by themselves!

An ideal protein & fibre boost to fortify food, drinks & shakes which it makes it an excellent source of nutrients for Vegans, Vegetarians & people who need a high intake of protein diet.


How to use Hempture Hemp protein: One serving = 30g Take 1 serving twice a day. Use between meals or before and after exercise. Simply mix 2 scoops with approx 250ml of water, milk or other liquid. It can also be added to breakfast shakes, smoothies, juices, yogurts and cereal.

Hemp protein tastes great, comes from a sustainable, earth-friendly plant, is virtually guaranteed to be free of harmful chemical residues, is high in fibre, rich in protein and essential fatty acids, and helps you build muscle.

If you want a healthy alternative to soy protein, or a vegan option amidst a sea of egg, whey and beef protein powders, or simply want to add some variety to your diet, give hemp a try.

Most protein powders provide very little in the way of dietary fibre. Hemp protein contains over ten percent fibre – approximately 4 grams per ounce. Men require between 30 and 38 grams of fibre each day. Women need between 21 and 25 grams daily. The fibre found in hemp confers myriad benefits, including regular bowel movements, a reduced risk of bowel-related health concerns, lower cholesterol levels, better weight management and a potentially lower risk of colorectal cancer.