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PROTEIN PACKED

Protein is the most common component of your body after water! ‘Protein’ describes any structure built from amino acids, one of the fundamental building blocks of the body. Sufficient protein in your diet is essential for healthy blood, bone development, muscle repair and a host of other things besides!

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FULL OF FIBRE

Dietary fibre is a type of plant-derived carbohydrate that cannot be digested by the body. Both types of fibre (soluble and insoluble) contribute to making you feel full and provide important bulking in the digestive tract. It’s not pretty but it is pretty important.

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LESS IS MORE

Our peas are categorised as ‘nutrient dense’. We don’t like to brag but it’s a pretty exclusive club to belong to. It’s the technical term for foods that contain high volumes of vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, lean protein and complex carbohydrates (read: fibre) but comparatively low on the amount of calories they contain.

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AND THAT’S NOT ALL

Our peas have a few more tricks up their sleeves. They’re also high in:

B-vitamins: A vital component of making DNA, brain functions and many other processes.

Manganese: Essential for bone health and helping reduce inflammation!

Potassium: Essential mineral helping nerve function and muscle contraction

Copper: Incorporates iron into red blood cells and generates energy!