Extraordinary Health Magazine Volume 41 - Page 19

More Than Protein

Dr . Formulated MD Protein — Sustainable Plant-Based
Dr . Formulated MD Plant-Based proteins are designed with all the benefits one would expect from a Mediterranean diet — ingredients that support heart health and immunity along with plant-based proteins derived from the most sustainable sources on earth . This protein is created using ancient barley protein that has been sprouted and combined with a longevity promoting legume — fava bean protein . Together with oat beta-glucans from Swedish oats and olive leaf extract , this product is expertly formulated to mimic the benefits one would experience on the Mediterranean diet . As the Mediterranean diet is largely a plant-based diet , with approximately two – thirds of the diet coming from plants , the first goal was to find new sources of sustainable plant protein .
✔ Mediterranean Diet Approved
✔ From the Most Sustainable Proteins on Earth : Fava Bean , Sprouted Barley & Rice
✔ 20g plant-based protein ✔ May reduce the risk of heart disease with oat beta-glucans †* ✔ Supports the immune system with olive leaf and probiotics ✔ Promotes satiety and energy with Coconut MCTs ✔ Non-GMO Project Verified ✔ Available in Rich Chocolate and Creamy Vanilla
Dr . Formulated MD Proteins : Sustainable Sprouted Ancient Grains
Garden of Life has always strived to provide products that promote human health . What we have learned over the past two decades is that human health and planetary health are one in the same . The new line of Dr . Formulated MD Proteins is a testament to the importance of creating supply chains that have a low impact on our planet . Lower greenhouse gas emissions , lower water use , lower land use , and greater protein yield without the need to generate surplus starting materials .
Sprouted ancient grain protein from barley and rice was just the solution . Every year , 1.4 million tons of barley grains from breweries are discarded in landfills . These protein-packed mashes are left to rot in garbage heaps around the world where they contribute to waste , instead
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