Why 1.4 is the Best Yet for Your Muscles


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… because the reduced quantity of rice protein creates an opportunity for us active users to add a hefty portion of pea protein, which is nutritionally desirable because its amino acid profile so nicely complements the amino acid profile of the rice protein. To mask the bitterness, one only needs to add some additional sweetener.

Per 85.3g of Pea Protein:
Tryptophan1000mg
Threonine3900mg
Isoleucine4700mg
Leucine8700mg
Lysine7700mg
Methionine1200mg
Cystine1100mg
Phenylalanine5600mg
Tyrosine3900mg
Valine5200mg
Arginine9100mg
Histidine2700mg
Alanine4400mg
Aspartic acid12500mg
Glutamic acid20300mg
Glycine4100mg
Proline4400mg
Serine5600mg

From 80g of rice protein
Tryptophan1000mg
Threonine2900mg
Isoleucine3500mg
Leucine6700mg
Lysine2700mg
Methionine2500mg
Cystine2000mg
Phenylalanine4400mg
Tyrosine4300mg
Valine4800mg
Arginine7300mg
Histidine1700mg
Alanine4300mg
Aspartic acid6900mg
Glutamic acid13800mg
Glycine3400mg
Proline4000mg
Serine3800mg

Data sourced from: http://nutritiondata.self.com