Chocolate & Hazelnut Pea Protein Powder (540g) 50% Off

Chocolate & Hazelnut Pea Protein Powder (540g) 50% Off
Categories: MakeupPowder
Brand: Lily and Loaf
12.48 GBP 24.95 GBP
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Support Your Exercise Goals Protein is nature’s building block and is used to create every single cell in your body. Lily & Loaf’s Chocolate & Hazelnut Pea Protein Powder has been specially formulated to support your lifestyle goals by delivering 16. 5g of high-quality plant-based Pea Protein Isolate with every serving. Pea Protein Isolate contains all nine essential amino acids – Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Valine, Tryptophan and Histidine. Amino acids are the important compounds left behind after proteins have been digested and broken down. Your body uses them to convert nutrients into energy, build muscle, repair body tissue and other cells and keep your key body functions working correctly. As well as protein and amino acids, this supplement delivers a generous combination of vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B2, which help promote healthy heart function, strengthen the immune system, reduce tiredness and fatigue and support normal metabolism. It also contains Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Magnesium, which promote the healthy development of bones, teeth and joints, along with good circulatory and nervous system function. Whether you’re looking to tone-up, build muscle, manage your weight or get more from your workouts, Lily & Loaf’s Chocolate & Hazelnut Pea Protein Powder will support your exercise goals. The Importance of Protein Protein is the key dietary building block your body needs to build muscle and maintain healthy skin, hair, nails, teeth, joints and bones. Most of your body matter is made up of protein. But, as the body can’t store it, you need to ensure you consume enough every day, especially when exercising, to maintain muscle mass and help your key body systems function as they should. Getting enough dietary protein can be a challenge, particularly if you’re a vegetarian or vegan, as it usually comes from lean meat and dairy products. However, there are several sources of high-quality plant-based proteins, such as