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Jarrow Formulas, Optimal Plant Proteins, Powder, 1.2 lbs (545 g)

Item # : 1446
Manufacturer SKU : 790011218166
Product Code : JF1816
Package Details : 19 oz (540 g)
Serving Size : 2 scoops (35 grams)
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 15 Days
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Jarrow Formulas, Optimal Plant Proteins, Powder, 1.2 lbs (545 g)
Price(र)  : 4038.00

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• Protect against chronic disease 
• Protect Against Cancer With Legumes
• Treating acute lead poisoning. 
• Lectins have been found to possess anti-cancer properties
• Obtain all the essential amino acids 

Jarrow Formulas Optimal Plant Proteins is a vegan source of proteins and fibers. Pea protein, organic brown rice protein, organic hemp protein, golden chlorella, and chia combine to supply a complete plant-based amino acid profile along with natural fibers. Metabolin is a supernatant powder (a special blend of cell wall components and metabolites derived from the fermentation of beneficial bacteria, including Lactobacillus and Propionibacterium species.)

Suggested Use:

Add 2 scoops (35 g) of powder to 8 oz water, fresh juice or your favorite beverage. For a protein smoothie, blend with water and ice and add juice or fruit to optimize taste.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 2 scoops (35 grams)

Servings Per Container: Approx. 15


Amount Per Serving

%Daily Value*




Calories from Fat



Total Fat

3 g


Saturated Fat

0 g


Trans Fat

0 g



0 mg



160 mg


Total Carbohydrate

10 g


Dietary Fiber

5 g



1 g



21 g


Not a significant source of other nutrients.

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.


Complete Essential Amino Acid Profile Sourced From Plants

Typical Amino acid Profiles Per Serving


948 mg


1,227 mg


1,721 mg


338 mg

Aspartic Acid

2,062 mg


995 mg


320 mg


996 mg

Glutamic Acid.

3,450 mg


995 mg


731 mg


858 mg


507 mg


243 mg


1,098 mg


890 mg


1,697 mg


970 mg

*Essential Amino Acids

Other Ingredients:

Pea protein isolate, organic rice protein, pea fiber, organic hemp protein, golden chlorella, chia meal powder, xylitol, natural flavor (french vanilla), Metabolin (bacteria metabolites), lo han guo (momordica grosvenorii), rebiana extract and erythritol.

No wheat, no gluten, no soybeans, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts.

Suitable for vegetarians/vegans.

No artificial colors or flavors.


Packaged by weight, not by volume.

This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Keep out of the reach of children.


Q.What are the advantage of plant proteins in diet?
A.Protect Against Cancer With Legumes: Saponins, which are present in all legumes, such as pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans and peanuts, can help lower cholesterol levels, improve immune function and help protect against cancer
Reduce Your Cholesterol With Soybeans: Soybeans are often used in place of animal proteins because they contain no cholesterol and very little saturated fat soybeans are the only vegetable that includes all of the essential amino acids. 
Lower Risk for Heart Disease With Nuts: Nuts are high-quality plant proteins, rich in fiber, minerals and other bioactive compounds that can help promote good health. They may be able to help reduce your risk for heart disease, diabetes and gallstones,

Q.What are daily source of protein in diet?
A.The source of dietary protein total daily protein needs are based on your gender. The RDA for protein is 71 grams daily during pregnancy and lactation, 46 grams per day for other women and 56 grams of protein daily for men

Q.What are the plant protein?
A.Proteins  are large biological molecules, or macromolecules, consisting of one or more long chains of amino acid residues. proteins are the most abundant kind of molecules in the body. Protein can be found in all cells of the body and especially muscle. This also includes body organs, hair and skin

Q.What are the functions of plant protein in human body?
A.Skin, muscle and bones depend on dietary protein for normal growth, development and maintenance. Proteins are also used in membranes, such as glycoproteins. When broken down into amino acids, they are used as precursors to nucleic acid, co-enzymes, hormones, immune response, cellular repair, and other molecules essential for lifeProteins perform a vast array of functions within living organisms, including catalyzing metabolic reactions, replicating DNA, responding to stimuli, and transporting molecules from one location to another.

Q.What are protein defeciency?
A.Protein deficiency and malnutrition can lead to variety of ailments including mental retardation and kwashiorkor Symptoms of kwashiorkor include apathy, diarrhea, inactivity, failure to grow, flaky skin, fatty liver, and edema of the belly and legs. This edema is explained by the action of lipoxygenase on arachidonic acid to form leukotrienes and the normal functioning of proteins in fluid balance and lipoprotein transport. PEM is fairly common worldwide in both children and adults and accounts for 6 million deaths annually. In the industrialized world, PEM is predominantly seen in hospitals, is associated with disease, or is often found in the elderly.

Q.What are the causes of excess protein consumption?
A.When a high dietary protein intake is consumed, there is an increase in urea excretion, suggests that amino acid oxidation is increased and the amino group of the amino acid is excreted to the liver.The body is unable to store excess protein. Protein is digested into amino acids, which enter the bloodstream. Excess amino acids are converted to other usable molecules by the liver in a process called deamination. Deamination converts nitrogen from the amino acid into ammonia, which is converted by the liver into urea in the urea cycle. Excretion of urea is performed by the kidneys. if kidney disease occurs, a decrease in protein will often be prescribed Many researchers have also found that excessive intake of protein increases calcium excretion in urine. is inconclusive whether bone resorption contributes to bone loss and osteoporosis, it is also found that a regular intake of calcium would be able to stabilize this loss. over-consumption of protein is a higher risk of kidney stone formation from calcium in the renal circulatory system.