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Sun Warrior Protein


Dr. Greg Wollen is proud to announce the addition of the Sun Warrior line of protein mix to our highest quality supplements.

 Sun Warrior is a Great Tasting Smooth Plant-Based Protein for an Unrivaled Fitness Lifestyle.  Sunwarrior Protein uses an old world process, combining the endosperm and bran from raw sprouted whole grain brown rice. This unique process creates the first completely hypoallergenic protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids and other non-essential amino acids in a perfectly balanced profile.

 This is also the highest non-whey based amino acid structure Dr. Greg has been able to find yet.  This means it is the most complete.

In Addition Sun Warrior uses cold processing to formulate their protein.  What this means to you is that it provides the highest quality protein with out chemical or heat de-naturing and destruction of nutrients.

 Other Benefits of Sun Warrior protein:

  • A great tasting plant-based protein with a silky smooth texture that blends easily without the chalky or grainy texture found in other vegetable based proteins.
  • A 98% correlation rate to Mother’s Milk and a 98.2% digestion efficiency, one of the highest digestibility and efficiency ratings of any other protein sources (compared to whey and soy).
  • Highest Net Protein Utilization score of any plant-based protein and the highest ratio of amino acids converted to proteins.
  • Uses neither chemicals nor acid hydrolysis. Uses organic enzymes and the process is 100% Organic Compliant.
  • Naturally rich in vitamins and minerals, contains high amounts of antioxidants, tocopherols, tocotrienols, and other essential nutrients such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorous, iron, and potassium.
  • Increases absorption and effectiveness of vitamins and minerals.
  • Easily digested by infants, the elderly, and adults. The World Health Organization may be using Sunwarrior Classic Protein in the future to feed malnourished individuals.
  • Clinical studies show the balanced nutritional profile of rice helps to maintain and control insulin levels.
  • Additional clinical studies show that Sunwarrior Classic Protein has cholesterol lowering potential and the USDA is currently using Sunwarrior Classic Protein in trials to see if it may help control high blood pressure.

Vanilla Classic Protein: Ingredients and Supplement Information

Ingredients: Raw sprouted whole grain brown rice protein, Vanilla, Pectin, Xanthan, Stevia

Chocolate Classic Protein: Ingredients and Supplement Information

Ingredients: Raw sprouted whole grain brown rice protein, Cocoa, Chocolate extract, Stevia, Xanthan, Pectin

Natural Classic Protein: Ingredients and Supplement Information

Ingredients: Raw sprouted whole grain brown rice protein

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