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Some protein powders are filled with artificial flavors and sweeteners that may do more harm than good. Choosing an unsweetened protein powder is best for avoiding unnecessary ingredients, including colors, flavors, and sugar. Manitoba Harvest’s Hemp Yeah! Organic Protein Powder is made with only one ingredient: organic hemp protein powder.
Consider your dietary fiber and protein needs when selecting a protein supplement. Hemp protein contains dietary fiber, which can help to keep you satisfied. Some hemp protein powders contain equal amounts of protein and fiber, while others contain less fiber. If you are looking for a higher fiber product, choose mostly or 100 percent hemp protein powder. If you’re looking for more protein and less fiber, choose a protein blend that integrates hemp protein.
Best Hemp Protein Blend Runner-Up: ALOHA Organic Protein Powder
Aloha’s USDA-Organic plant-based protein mixes pea, brown rice, hemp, and pumpkin seed protein to provide 18 grams of plant-based protein per serving. The blend contains 5 grams of dietary fiber per serving from acacia fiber, a rich source of soluble fiber. Aloha’s powder uses coconut sugar and monk fruit to sweeten the powder instead of erythritol or stevia.
Hemp protein powder has a naturally nutty taste but comes in different flavor variations, including unflavored and typical chocolate, vanilla, and fruit flavors. If you prefer a relatively neutral protein that doesn’t overpower the smoothie or food you mix it into, then an unflavored hemp protein may be best for you. If you want a bit more flavor, consider a flavored hemp protein blend.
Whether you have it in your hot cereal at breakfast time or mix it into your yogurt for a mid-afternoon snack, this all-natural powder packs 13 grams of protein and 13 grams of fiber per serving to keep you satisfied for hours. One 4-tablespoon serving contains 130 calories with no added sugar. You can also use it as a healthy substitute for flour when baking. If you prefer more flavor, the powder also comes in Chocolate and Vanilla, using organic coconut sugar as a sweetener and natural flavoring.
Hemp is a bioaccumulator and will pull many undesirables from the ground it was grown on. To ensure your product is clean and safe make sure you choose a company that uses quality farming practices, preferably from the United States.
To ensure you are getting the full potential from your product, it is best to find “Full Spectrum” or “Complete Spectrum” oil with a wide range of synergistic hemp compounds. Reiterating the fact that studies show whole plant extracts can elicit greater results than CBD Isolates.
CBD and the Endocannabinoid System
Many companies will utilize cheap, potentially hazardous solvents to extract the compounds from the Hemp. The best and safest extraction methods use Supercritical CO2, Organic Ethanol, or Steam Distillation. Whenever possible, you want to avoid products that use Hexane, Butane, or Isopropyl Alcohol for extraction. This will help ensure you are buying a product that has the most potential and limit unwanted side effects. It is best to ask the sales person about the method used. You should avoid products that do not say what method is used as these typically do not want to disclose they use a cheap extraction method.
Many products on the market have failed sample testing, having less than advertised CBD concentrations and many include harmful pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals and other undesirable and potentially harmful ingredients. Having qualified lab verification of contents will ensure you are buying a safe product that has more therapeutic potential. Most reputable stores will have the information on hand and can provide it upon request.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is an intricate framework of receptors located throughout our body, currently consisting of two receptor types, referred to as CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors are primarily located in our brain and central nervous system, while CB2 receptors are predominately located in our peripheral nervous system. Research is ongoing and it is believed that more receptor types will be discovered as well as more information regarding their role in our overall wellness. The body creates compounds called endocannabinoids and certain plants, including hemp, produce phytocannabinoids. The ECS affects a wide range of physiological processes, with many experts suggesting it’s true purpose is to help maintain a homeostatic internal environment; cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of many phytocannabinoids found in quality hemp extracts and should be accompanied by terpenes, flavonoids, amino acids and other valuable hemp compounds to achieve maximum potential. This synergistic aspect is typically referred to as the “Entourage Effect” and is the reason most practitioners prefer a “Full Spectrum” hemp product over single-compound CBD Isolates. Follow the link below for more information on this foundational discovery published in: Pharmacology & Pharmacy, 2015, 6, 75-85.