Hemp Protein is an excellent source of protein derived from whole raw hemp seed. Hemp Protein contains a comprehensive amino acid blend and is packed with live enzymes, Essential Fatty Acids (EFA), vitamins and minerals. Hemp Seeds are rich in essential nutrients including chlorophyll, magnesium, potassium, sulphur, phytosterols, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, calcium, fibre, histidine, iron, potassium, phosphorus, riboflavin, niacin and thiamine.
Hemp Protein contains 15g of protein per serving which will contribute to a growth and maintenance in muscle mass.
Hemp Protein is an ideal supplement for anyone looking to increase daily protein intake with the addition of EFA’s, vitamins and minerals. Hemp Protein is perfect to consume either before or after exercise as a source of protein or at any time throughout the day to increase daily protein intake. Hemp Protein is also an excellent source of protein for vegetarians, vegans or for anyone that suffers with a lactose or gluten intolerance.
The dietary choices of all our customers are extremely important to us. Whilst this product is manufactured using ingredients and processing aids suitable for the vegan diet, please note that dairy powders are also used within the same production facility and cross contamination may occur at very small levels.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Protein contributes to the growth & maintenance of muscle mass, so to reap the benefits of this product we recommend adding 1 large scoop (30g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout. Alternatively consume any time of day to increase your daily protein intake.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
May also contain gluten, soy, milk and egg.
Unflavoured: Hemp Protein Powder (100%)
Serving Size - 1 Scoop (30g)
Servings Per Container - 33 (1kg)
|Per 100g||Per Serving||*RI|
|Energy||1732 kJ/414 kcal||520 kJ/124 kcal||7%|
|Fat||12 g||3.6 g||5%|
|of which saturates||1.2 g||0.4 g||2%|
|Carbohydrates||10 g||3.0 g||3%|
|of which sugars||6.0 g||1.8 g||2%|
|Protein||54 g||16 g||30%|
|Salt||0.25 g||0.08 g||1%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
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I bought it because your milk based products irritated my bowels and gave me the runs. Plus I am aware of the useful and naturally available benefits of the hemp plant for the human body. This stuff tastes like hemp and it doesn't really dissolve into the liquid. Its a bit like making a tea using leaves. They get wet and mix into the water, but they remain bits of tea. So this powder remains powder in the mixer and turns the water cloudy green and some settles at the bottom of the container. Its a unique and interesting, not unpleasant taste, of hemp(!) which is a grassy, not sweet, not bitter, vegetable taste. THe effect on the guts is completely benign, and yields a satisfying energy supply. One star off because it doesn't get you stoned. Gutted. Plus its a bit on the pricey side. I may try Pea Protein as an alternative.Goes Well With:Before an apple.
After research i decided that hemp protein was for me, it sits well with my lifestyle and training choices for my food and nutrition. The Hemp Protein hits the mark as it has all the essential aminos and the right balance for omega 3 & 6. I love the taste (took a little adjustment), The Raw Hemp flavour is "earthy" which reminds me how real and natural it is and how much better that is for both my mental and physical development. If you are trying to follow a natural eating process this is the product for you
Despite its nutty smell, this product really does taste like pondweed when mixed with water alone. However, three teaspoons of instant hot chocolate and I've become quite addicted to it! Perfect if you're trying to avoid the lactose and gluten found in other products. I have been using product for two weeks and am already seeing the benefits in conjunction with my healthy 5:2 diet and normal routine of going to the gym 3-4 times per week. Getting the lean definition that I just wasn't achieving with my normal eating/ exercise habits. Highly recommended if you're looking for leaner definition! Goes Well With:Water, instant hot chocolate and a dash of almond milk.
As far as proteins go, this seems to be a little easier to tolerate if you don't like the sickly sweet, all in one, whey based mixes like XS or Extreme. I thought I'd give it a try as I looking for something which lent itself more to a paleo option. TBH, I actually prefer this to the other stuff I was taking (XS & Extreme). They were very sweet and had to tone them down with a spoon of powdered coffee to stomach them. Ok, so it may be a tad lighter on the protein content so take three shakes a day to make up for it. Where the XS and Extreme would play havoc with my insides this is noticeably easier. I still get a bit of gas but that's more likely from the milk I mix it with than from the product. I prefer to use milk as it makes it taste like cold pea soup. To be honest I like the taste this way and I take 3 heaped scoops a day and mix each one with about 2/3 of a pint of milk. It goes down well. Water makes it too watery and as for fruit juice, that would be just plain wrong. Think savoury and you'll be ok. Mixibility is pretty good. A tad grainy but nothing more than usual. I get the odd clump of powder stuck to the inside of my shaker lid afterwards but I shake that off with a bit of water and down it too. Results - too soon to say as it's only been a month. Goes Well With:Milk
I was scared of buying this as people where talking about how bitter it was, but if you can down the taste BCAAs this is a walk in the park. It's slightly bitter, but bitter tastes are meant to increase your bile production helping digestion. You can also taste it's nuttiness in whatever you're making but you will easily get used to it. I have flatulence problems with almost every protein powder on the market but this has eliminated it completely. I've even stopped getting acne too as my gut has healed from the damage. I haven't lost any mass since switching from dairy and egg proteins and it mixes easier than Casien and Whey. It absorbs a lot of water so you're going to have to add a lot more moisture to your recipes.Goes Well With:Vegan Proats: 1 scoop with Rolled Oats, Banana, Sweetened Soy, Mixed spice and/or Cocoa. Vegan Pre/Post Workout Shake: 2 scoops with Creatine, Spirulina, Green Tea, Cocoa, Ginger, Spinach Beetroot Juice, Mixed Berries, Banana, Ceylon Cinnamon. And the best recipe....Water.
Recently I ordered and tried the hemp protein for the first time. Having used whey and soy proteins happily for a year I just wanted to try something different for a change. This hemp protein makes me very nauseous with severe vomiting and gives me hours of stomach cramps. I also had my wife try it and she metabolized it just fine. So it seems that I have an intolerance to it which was baffling to me because I can literally eat anything and my stomach never argues with me. I had this kind of reaction for the first time in my life from this protein. Anyways, I wrote this just as a precaution to try a new protein first and see if it works for you before you order the biggest bag and then realize you have an intolerance to it.
The first week using this protein can be a bit of a challenge in terms of texture, but after that, it's fine. I was looking for a natural, plant based, pesticide/chemical free alternative to Whey, and I'm really happy with the change. The added benefit of Hemp's vitamin/mineral profile, high fibre, and Omega 3 & 6 profile make this a killer addition to my diet. Goes Well With:Patience, Water (lots)
That's a very good alternative to whey, for me the it is working well. One has to get used to the flavour, which is still better than moSt of other vegan blands. Goes Well With:Glutamine, creatin...
For all those who cannot take the taste of pure hemp protein - be a men and just swallow it - it's about the effectiveness and when it comes to the later one - there is second to none. Best, pure protein on the market!Goes Well With:Kiwi, banana, chocolate
Fully digestible and natural - forget everything else - this is the one you need.Goes Well With:Dark chocolate, ginger, milk.
Mixes well. The taste isn't terrible, nor particularly pleasant. Just tastes vaguely nutty. The best plant power protein for vegans and anybody looking to cut down their animal product consumption. I have mine after workouts in the evening so that I dont have to eat late - digests very quickly with no hassle so it doesn't disrupt my sleep at all.Goes Well With:Water
I'm currently trying to make as many vegan changes to my diet as possible and after being disgusted with the soy protein I thought I'd try hemp. It doesn't look or smell great and instead of diving straight in, I thought I'd try half hemp half whey to see how I got on. I agree that the taste it earthy/nutty but again, it's better than the taste of soy. It mixes better than soy, it doesn't go all thick and gloopy but yes, as other reviews have stated, it is quite grainy. However, as long as you've got a glass of water with you, you can just wash it down with a sip to get rid of the taste and texture it leaves. I'm willing to finish the bag to see if my taste buds adjust. Goes Well With:I use 1 scoop whey, 1 scoop hemp, 1 spoon of Cadbury's highlights hot chocolate and a spoon of sweetener.
Perfect vegan protein source for active people. Tastes mostly nutty. A slight grassy note under the nutty taste but quite pleasant. Mixes very easily. Seems to assimilate well, easy to digest. Liking it a lot. Goes Well With:Mixes nicely in water. Also works blended in with seeds and oats for a milky drink.
Ordering was easy. Product is an acquired taste but I like it. And the benefits totally outweight this anywayGoes Well With:Water. Not actually tried it with anything else yet
Looks gross, tastes gross. But it works. I mix with MyProtein pea protein powder in my breakfast smoothie, and can just about cope. Going to take a long time to get through my supersize bag! Having it for breakfast keeps me full up to beyond lunch, something soya protein didn't do so well. I don't regret my purchase, but won't be rushing out to buy again.
Taste awfull as expected. But I think it is a good product. Need to take for a few more weeks to see if there are any benefits. Recomend you only take half a measure at a time. You need to be pretty hardcore to down this stuff. Great alternative to dairy and soya based protien.Goes Well With:Apple juice
Limited to protein shakes I can use due to intolerances. I found this one grand. The taste wasn't great but it was definitely drinkable. Better than I was expecting, I found it tasted earthy or nutty. I haven't tried mixing it with anything other than water so may find something to help it.
Tastes of hemp, can't really judge effectiveness yet, but does postpone hunger and facilitates recovery.Goes Well With:Bananas, nut milk, cranberry juice, vegetable soups, homemade protein bars. Enjoyable savoury or sweet.
Well I've never had hemp protein before so this was my first time. I chose it in alternative for whey. It is proven to be more healthy than when but it tastes really bitter. Ive tried mixing with smoothies. But it still tastes bitter.Goes Well With:Erm yet to discover what it goes well with.
As it says on the tin, a good alternative protein to supplement diet