Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 70 Protein Powder, 16oz; with 20g protein per Serving, Non-GMO
Net Wt. 1LB | 454 g | 15 servings
Consuming hemp pro 70 will energize you while fighting cancer, and give you the nutrition you need to go through treatment successfully. Hemp seeds contain a full amino-acid profile. This makes them an excellent source of complete protein. They contain a substantial amount of omega-3 fatty acids, and they are also high in fiber.
• Hemp Pro 70 also has important benefits for the immune system.
• Hemp seeds are one of the most nutritious sources of plant-based protein.
• Simply sprinkle on salad, cereal, granola, oatmeal & yogurt, add to smoothies and recipes or eat straight from the package
• Contains more protein and omegas and less carbs than the same serving of Chia or Flax
• no cholesterol
• non-genetically modified
• grown organically
• no trans fats
• no saturated fatty acids
• 3:1 omega-3 to omega-6 ratio
• 20 amino acids
• 8 essential amino acids
Great tasting Hemp Hearts have a slightly nutty taste, similar to a sunflower seed or pine nut
Simply sprinkle on salad, cereal, granola, oatmeal & yogurt, add to smoothies and recipes or eat straight from the package.
Contains more protein and omegas and less carbs than the same serving of Chia or Flax.
The world’s first water soluble hemp protein powder. Just add to your favorite beverage, shake, and go!
Water-soluble means you can easily mix HempPro 70 in a shaker cup with any delicious drink. With 20 grams of protein per 30-gram serving, HempPro 70 is a plant-based protein, offering all essential amino acids (great for athletes, vegans, and vegetarians). It’s mild tasting with a creamy texture that’s delicious when added to your favorite smoothie recipe, or stirred into yogurt and hot cereal!
How to use
Mix one serving (30g) into water, juice, or add to your favorite smoothie, yogurt or hot cereal. Refrigerate after opening.
Hemp protein concentrate (70% protein by weight), natural plant extracts.
We Love Hemp Foods
We love hemp foods so much we see no reason to love any other. That’s why we’re proud to be the world’s largest manufacturer to grow, make, and sell our own line of hemp food products. Our passion for hemp foods is rooted in our Founder Mike Fata’s personal transformation. He used to weigh over 300 pounds and was sick and tired of being sick and tired. When he decided it was time for a change, he overhauled his diet, focusing on protein, good fats, and fiber – all nutrients found in hemp foods! Since hemp foods played such an essential role in Mike’s health transformation, he wanted everyone to be able to try them.
Hemp Makes it SUPER!
Hemp is a super plant! There are hundreds, if not thousands, of uses for hemp including food, textiles like rope and clothing, construction material, plastics, fuel, animal bedding, and more. At Manitoba Harvest, we’re focused exclusively on the seed, which we use to make delicious hemp foods.
Hemp Nutrition Why eat hemp foods? It’s simple: protein and omegas!
Hemp foods are rich in protein and have all 10 essential amino acids. They also contain omega-3, omega-6, stearidonic acid (SDA), and the rare Omega-6 Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA). What’s so great about GLA? Well, GLA has been shown to help with cholesterol, inflammation, skin and hair health, balancing hormones, and general heart health. Plus if that wasn’t enough, hemp foods also contain magnesium, fiber, iron, zinc, and phosphorous.
Choose HempPro 70 if…
You’re looking to add extra protein to your diet. HempPro 70 has 20 grams of protein per 30-gram serving – our highest protein powder option.
You’re experiencing bloating and/or an unsettled stomach from other protein powders.
You want nutrition on the go! HempPro 70 is the only water soluble hemp protein powder on the market. This means you can literally throw it in a shaker cup with some water and take it with you on the road.
Quality from seed to shelf
Quality is extremely important to us. That’s why we take a seed to shelf approach, controlling everything from what hemp seed gets planted, to how products are manufactured, packaged, and distributed.
1. Seed – Quality starts at the source. We’re part of the entire process including working directly with Canadian farmers and influencing how our non-GMO hemp seeds are cultivated.
2. Safety – Our hemp seeds go through over 34 tests throughout the production process before leaving our facility.
3. Quality – We work with our farmers from beginning to end to ensure we provide the highest quality hempseeds.
4. Traceability – We track each hemp seed as it comes into our facility and can trace every hemp product back to the field it was grown on.
5. Package Integrity – Our love for our products means paying attention to the details and using packaging like laminated pouches to protect against contamination.
6. Freshness – Our commitment to quality throughout the entire process means you’re getting the freshest tasting hemp products.
7. Sustainability – Everything we do is influenced by how it will impact the community and environment around us.
What are the differences between hemp and marijuana?
Hemp and marijuana are much like a sweet pepper and a hot pepper, or a Chihuahuas and a Great Dane. Hemp and marijuana are both parts of the cannabis plant family but are VERY different. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods products contain less than 0.001% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and will NOT cause a psychoactive effect nor will our products cause a false positive drug test.
Will I get “high” by consuming hemp foods?
No. Manitoba Harvest™ products contain less than 0.001% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and will NOT cause a psychoactive effect nor will our products cause a false positive drug test.
How do hemp foods compare to other seeds, plant-based proteins, or oils?
Generally speaking, hemp foods offer more protein and a broader spectrum of omegas than flax, chia, or peas. For a detailed breakdown of how our products compare to other options, please visit our product comparison page.
What’s the CDB content in hemp oil?
CBD extracts are related to the medicinal marijuana industry NOT the hemp industry. Industrial hemp contains less than 0.001% THC and, therefore, is not a significant source of CBD.
Besides, CBD extracts come from the leaves of cannabis plants. In Canada, it is illegal to harvest the leaves of Industrial Hemp.
How much soluble vs. insoluble fiber is in hemp foods?
Hemp Hearts contain 80-90% insoluble fiber and 10-20% soluble fiber.
Hemp Pro 50 and Hemp Pro Fibre contain 80-90% insoluble fiber and 10-20% soluble fiber. For all variations of Hemp Pro 70, we have removed fiber to give Hemp Pro 70 its creamy, easy-to-mix texture. The Hemp Pro 70 product line does not contain any fiber.
What is the potassium and phosphorous content in hemp foods?
Hemp seed’s nutritional profile can vary slightly from year to year, and from field-to-field based on growing conditions and seed variety. Manitoba Harvest works directly with farmers to advise on which variety is best for their fields. We also educate our farmer partners on ways to improve seed quality.
When Manitoba Harvest publishes nutritional information on our seed, we take a range or an average of various tests to account for slight variations in seed lots.
The average potassium content in Manitoba Harvest hemp seed (which is used for making hemp hearts and hemp protein powders) is 288mg per 30g serving.
The average phosphorous content in Manitoba Harvest hemp seed is 426mg per 30g serving.
I thought Omega 6s are bad for you?
Omega 6s often get a bad rep. Some Omega 6s, like GLA, play a crucial role in overall health. A general rule of thumb is to avoid all highly processed fats.
When it comes to our bodies we need a mix or balance of essential fatty acids (EFAs). It is best to consume foods that have naturally balanced omegas. Hemp has an Omega 6 to Omega 3 ratio of 3.75:1. Plus, the omegas in hemp are unrefined, raw, and easily digestible.
For more information about “good” and “bad” Omega 6s or the balance of omegas, contact your healthcare professional.
How much hemp is too much in a day?
Quantity is one of the pillars of nutrition for optimal health. (The other pillars being Quality, Nutrient Balance, and Frequency). For optimal energy and to avoid weight gain as well as overwhelming the digestive system, it’s best to consume appropriate portions at each eating occasion. Eating hemp foods at every single eating occasion in a day is A-Okay, just account for them as your protein and healthy fat sources.
What is the difference between Natural and Certified Organic?
“Certified Organic” denotes products made from seed that has been grown on certified organic land, and produced according to strict uniform standards that are verified by a government-designated organization. In North America, to receive organic certification farmland has to have been free from chemicals for a minimum three years. For manufacturers, certification also includes inspections of processing facilities and detailed report keeping. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods’ organic products are certified by Pro-Cert and are marked with the following logos:
“Natural” denotes products that are grown using conventional farming techniques and have NOT been genetically modified. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods products do NOT contain any additives, preservatives, fillers or artificial ingredients.
All Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods’ products are Non-GMO Project Verified
Why do you have both Natural and Certified Organic?
As with most things, people like having a choice. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods proudly offers Natural and Certified Organic hemp food products in a variety of sizes to give people a choice.
Do I need to refrigerate Manitoba Harvest products?
Hemp oil must be refrigerated before and after opening to protect hemp’s precious omegas. To extend the freshness of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts, Hemp Heart Bites and hemp protein powders, it is recommended to store products in the fridge once opened.
Hemp Bliss Organic Hemp Beverage can be stored in the cupboard until used but MUST be refrigerated after opening.
Do Manitoba Harvest products contain any known allergens?
Hemp seed – which is the primary ingredient in all of Manitoba Harvest’s products, contains no known allergens.