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Hemp protein concentrate (70% protein by weight) and natural plant extracts.
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Reviews For Hemp Protein Powder - HempPro 70
Based on 4 Reviews
a little thick/gritty and quite "hempy"
If you love the flavor of hemp, you'll be happy with this. and if you can tolerate a protein powder that (while it looks like it would be perfectly powdery smooth) is a bit gritty and thick in consistency, you will be happy. I'd like to find something a little less obtrusive with its flavor and thickness and texture. But I'm fairly happy with this.
Pretty decent tasting!
I've tried a bunch of protein powders and this is my favorite. It has a nice mild coconut finish and it mixes pretty well. I mix it with the Garden of Life raw green powder and the combo is pretty tasty. I'm not planning on trying any other powders in the near future!
Gentle on my sensitive belly
This is the ONLY protein powder my sensitive belly can tolerate. It has been so difficult finding a protein powder that fits my needs of FODMAP-friendly, dairy-free, & gluten-free. While it does make for a rather thick smoothie, the taste is not unpalatable.
Strong Taste, Grainy Texture
Nutritionally, this product is great. However, I tried it in smoothies, with coffee, in yogurt, etc. and even the addition of 1 or 2 tsps overpowered the taste and texture of most things. I'm new to the protein powder world, so I'll keep experimenting, it just isn't the easiest addition to your recipes.
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