Protein enzymes help us to digest our food, separate molecules and make new cells.
To carry out these functions, enzymes often need certain vitamins and minerals to accomplish their role.
Now how can we maintain a healthy body when cooking and processed foods destroys most of the nutrients our bodies need? Well we could go raw (eat raw food that is).
“Sun Warrior” Protein Powder
Another alternative and one that I’ve been introducing into my diet is Sun Warrior Protein Powder. It’s made from sprouted whole grain brown rice and is the best eco-friendly organic raw vegan protein powder on the market.
Sun Warrior Protein is so digestible that all ages can absorb it; even babies. Milled to perfection, the soft smooth texture of this protein powder mixes well with whatever you add it to.
I’ve been adding mine to a ‘smoothie’ each morning for breakfast and have added my protein powder with other beverages throughout the day.
Don’t have a blender? No worries, as the old fashioned way works well. Another thing to mention is the satisfied feeling you get after taking the protein powder.
Where to Order Sun Warrior Protein Powder
You can purchase the Sun Warrior Protein Powder from the following online stores:
More on Protein
In a healthy body, proteins exist in the inner and outer membrane (coating) of every living cell. Our bones may need calcium to harden them but protein is needed too for the bone marrow within.
Without protein we would be in dire straits; that is for sure. Our bodies cannot survive without protein. Less protein in our diet means our bodies aren’t able to make new cells; unable to support tissue function and incapable of manufacturing new proteins.
Our ability to hear, think, move and see depends on our nerve cells to send messages to and from one another. To help these nerve cells send messages, neurotransmitters (certain chemicals) are needed. Do you know what is required in the making of these neurotransmitters? PROTEINS!!!
Another type of protein is keratin. It is found in our hair, nails and outer layers of our skin. Keratin protein is resistant against digestive enzymes. So if you are a nail biter, spit those nails out.
Wikipedia: “Keratin” Protein
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