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WHEAT GRASS POWDER
- 100% Wheat Grass powder.
- Suitable for vegans.
- High fibre content.
- Source of protein.
- Neutral flavour, no additives.
Table of contents
Wheatgrass Powder by EssentialSeries is a feed made exclusively from Triticum aestivum, the most nutrient-dense stage of germination from seed where wheat is most nutrient-dense.
Our wheatgrass is harvested after seed dormancy and before the plant matures. At the right time.
We now know precisely the nutritional composition of wheat grass, and the characteristics of its compounds.
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Wheatg rass is a nutritional quality food.
It is a food with a high fibre content:
- The fibre in wheat bran helps to increase the volume of faeces.
- Wheat bran fibre contributes to the acceleration of intestinal transit.1
It is a food with a high protein content:
- Protein helps to increase muscle mass.
- Proteins contribute to the maintenance of muscle mass.
- Proteins contribute to the maintenance of bones in normal conditions.
The timing of wheat grass harvesting is important as it influences the nutrient density of the feed.
HSN's wheat grass has been obtained exclusively from wheat seedlings, just at the best moment after seed germination; and it has been treated without heat or enzymatic degradation that could affect the concentration of the bioactive ingredients of the food, obtaining a product of maximum quality without degradation.
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1 The effect is achieved through the daily consumption of at least 10g of wheat bran fibre.
|per 100gper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 10ml (4g)|
|Servings per container: 125|
|of which saturated|
|of which sugars|
|Protein calculated in dry matter (nitrogen *6.25)|