Is this product right for you?
Beauty Berries Hemp Protein is a complete protein blend made with made whole foods for nourishing your body, skin, hair and nails, helping you glow from the inside out.
Hemp Protein* (30%), Sprouted & Fermented Golden Pea Protein* (30%), Peruvian Raw Sacha Inchi Protein*, Acai Berry* (6%), Mango, Raspberry (3%), Cranberry (3%), Blueberry (4%), Goji Berry* (4%), Camu Camu*, Horsetail, Whole Brown Rice Milk Powder*, Artichoke Inulin* (Prebiotic Fibre), Fermented Sprout Blend [Mung Bean Sprout*, Brown Rice Sprout*, Red Lentil Sprout*, Chickpea Sprout*, Linseed Sprout*, Alfalfa Seed Sprout*, Millet Sprout*, Quinoa Sprout*, Chia Seed Sprout*] Lactobacillus spp. <2000 CFU/30 g serve, Apple Pectin (Prebiotic Fibre), Coconut Milk Powder*, Linseed Meal*, Chia Seed Meal, Natural Vanilla Extract, Thaumatin (Plant Based Sweetener), Natural Vanilla Extract, Thaumatin (Plant Based Sweetener), Licorice Root*, Aloe Vera, Nutmeg*, Cloves*, Kelp*, Sunflower Lecithin*, Ginger Root, Turmeric*, Cayenne Pepper, Gingko Biloba*, Rose Hip*, Camu Camu*, Aquamin Marine Minerals* (Arctic Sea Algae), Zinc Gluconate, St Marys Thistle, Protease, Amylase, Cellulase, Papain, Bromelain.
*Certified Organic Ingredients
Best used this way.
Add 2-3 heaped tablespoons (30 g) to 250 ml – 350 ml of your choice of milk, milk alternative, water or coconut water. Add to your smoothies or bliss balls, bake into slices or add to raw treats.
Standard Australia Post: $9.00AUD or Complimentary for all orders over $75.00AUD (within Australia)
Express Post: $12.00AUD
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Which Hemp Protein flavour should I choose?
Three unique blends, three unique benefits. So which one is right for you?
- Firstly, Creamy Vanilla is an easy way to increase greens in your diet daily, minus the greens taste. If you struggle to stomach greens powders, the creamy vanilla will keep you nourished and assisted in maintaining acid-base metabolism (pH balance) with one serve of greens in every serving of protein plus the added benefit of Zinc.
- Secondly, a little bit of inner balance is found in our Salted Cacao Maca. Made with wholesome raw Peruvian Cacao with traditional adaptogenic herbs Maca and Ashwagandha, this protein will help bring a little bit of balance into your every day and make it the perfect addition to a stressless dietary regime.
- Last but not least, our Beauty Berries flavour is our vegan answer to our most popular product, Collagen Beauty. As Collagen Beauty is made from bovine collagen, it’s not suitable for a vegan diet. Hemp Protein Beauty Berries with Vitamin C and Zinc plus an abundance of protein and antioxidants from berries gives your body the exact nutrients it needs to support natural collagen production and aid in preventing free-radical damage to skin cells.
Is Hemp Protein suitable for me if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?
Due to the Australian Food Act 2006, under which all foods in Australia are regulated, Hemp Proteins come under a classification of a Formulated Supplementary Sports Food as we have added the mineral Zinc for many health benefits it provides. Due to this classification, we have also needed to add the necessary warning statement to our packaging that our Hemp Protein products are not recommended for consumption by persons under 15 years of age or pregnant women unless under the supervision of a physician or dietitian. This is due to the mineral Zinc, which provides many benefits that our Hemp Proteins are so great for. Nutra Organics recommend if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding or want to give Hemp Protein to your children, you seek the advice of your primary physician.
Is Hemp Protein suitable for my children?
We cannot recommend our Hemp Protein range to children under 15. However, the Nutra Organics Thriving Protein range is a great option. It contains many wholefood vitamins and minerals necessary to support growth and development while being suitable for consumption from 12 months. Nutra Organics recommend opting for the Thriving Protein range for children under the age of 15. However, if you’d really like to give the Nutra Organics Hemp Protein to your children, Nutra Organics strongly recommend speaking to your primary physician before doing so.
Is Hemp Protein going to make me high?
Hemp does come from the same species of plant that marijuana is made from Cannabis spp. However, there is one important difference between marijuana and hemp: the THC content of these two plants. THC is the active component found in marijuana that produces the ‘high’ experience. Hemp is cultivated without the active component THC, which makes it impossible to experience an intoxicating high from Hemp, and as this is what our Hemp Proteins are made from. So there’ll be no HIGH!
Should I choose Collagen Beauty or Hemp Protein Beauty Berries?
Collagen Beauty contains specific collagen peptides utilising technology that ensures the collagen deposition occurs in hair, skin and nails. After multiple clinical trials, these collagen peptides have been isolated, manufactured, and trademarked in Germany to verify their efficacy. Therefore we always promote our Collagen Beauty as the holy grail of hair, skin and nail health, but as it is Collagen, it is not vegan.
But this is where Beauty Berries comes in. Beauty Berries Hemp Protein contains all the necessary nutrients the human body needs to support the production and maintenance of its own naturally occurring collagen whilst helping to protect skin cells from the inside out with antioxidants. But beauty Berries won’t actually provide any of the amino acids found within bovine collagen.
Can I have both Beauty Berries and Collagen Beauty?
Collagen Beauty and Beauty Berries Hemp Protein work perfectly together! Collagen Beauty provides entirely new collagen to the body, whilst Beauty Berries will help to maintain, protect and stimulate the body’s own production of Collagen. Keep in mind that both products are predominately protein-based, so you might like to consider what contribution the two will have on your daily intake of protein.