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Nutritious Pea Protein

Filed Under: Supplements at 6:29 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
PeasPea Protein has been one of the most researched supplements lately and it’s easy to understand the recent success. Studies continue to show the benefits of pea protein and more people are taking advantage of this natural product to treat different health conditions.

Peas are well known for being a rich source of protein. Whether it is harvested fresh, such as the garden or snow pea, or at maturity and consumed dry such as the split pea or whole pea, peas have helped, since the beginning of agriculture, in providing protein and energy to humans.

The pea has long been used as a basic food, beneficial for its energy value, its high protein content and its preservability. There are traces of its consumption in antiquity, mainly in Southern Europe and more generally in and around the Mediterranean. Even today, one of the most popular soups is split pea, generally mixed with onions, cream and ham, and it continues to be a delicious dish with lots of nutritional value.

Additionally, pea protein is an ideal source of post-workout nutrition for athletes who may have difficulty supplementing with other types of protein. Pea protein is free of common allergens and is a vegetable protein isolate that contains an impressive 28 grams of easily-digested protein.

Finally, new research has found that proteins in the common garden pea may provide a natural remedy against high blood pressure and chronic kidney disease, also known as CKD. Hypertension or high blood pressure is a major risk factor for people with chronic kidney disease. CKD is difficult to treat, and many patients progress to end-stage kidney disease and have to have dialysis or a kidney transplant.

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2 Responses to “Nutritious Pea Protein”

  1. Mary says:

    This is very interesting information. Peas, who knew. My husband has high blood pressure and he hates peas, but fresh raw peas out of the pod, he will eat. Can you tell me if peas in raw form are good too? He can maybe plant some in his garden.Thank you.

  2. Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor says:

    Absolutely. Raw peas are great. They contain an enzyme that breaks down proteins helping to improve overall digestion.

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