365veda ‘Essential’ Protein powder for women is a delicious plant-based vegan protein powder providing superior benefits through a synergy of two different vegan proteins- European golden pea and brown rice- providing 20.46 grams of protein for a 30 grams serving.
ESSENTIAL PROTEIN FOR WOMEN
The protein powder includes algal DHA, which is a type of omega-3 fatty acid sourced from algae and has numerous health benefits such as supporting brain function and reducing inflammation. Additionally, it contains Ayurvedic ingredients like Shatavari, Fenugreek, and Moringa, which are natural herbs and are known to promote overall health and well-being and balance the female hormones. The blend also features extracts of ginger, cranberry, and peppermint. 365veda protein helps you make your day more active and promote optimal daily.
KALAYA | PISUM SATIVUM | GOLDEN PEA
Kalaya in Ayurveda is told as Ruchi Prada (improves taste) and Pushtiprada(increases physical strength). It also balances kapha and pitta in the body.
Pea protein is a source of all nine essential amino acids that are crucial for your body’s functioning and cannot be produced internally. Nevertheless, it has a relatively low amount of methionine and to balance it we add brown rice to our protein powder.
SHATAVARI | ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS | ASPARAGUS
For centuries, Ayurveda has employed Shatavari, or Asparagus racemosus, as a means of supporting women’s reproductive system and aiding digestion, specifically in instances of excessive pitta. Shatavari translates to “having one hundred roots”.
The traditional use of Shatavari as a rejuvenative tonic for women during different life stages, including menopause and beyond, is reflected in its name.
In Ayurveda, Shatavari is utilized to balance pitta and vata dosha, but its heavy nature can lead to an increase in kapha. With its bitter and sweet taste, Shatavari has a cooling impact on the body, and its unctuous and building properties make it an excellent choice for individuals looking for nourishment(Balya) and as a galactagogue( stanya). These characteristics position it among Ayurvedic herbs as a potent rasayana or rejuvenative(Jeevaniya), for the reproductive system, as well as a renowned tonic for the digestive system and blood, especially in instances of excess pitta.
METHIKA | TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM | FENUGREEK
Methika is a frequently ignored yet remarkably efficient herb for addressing vata and kapha imbalances. It not only has a warming quality but also has a nourishing, unctuous characteristic that promotes a powerful grounding effect in the body.
Ayurveda mentions Methika as a powerful herb for women’s wellness. The formulations mentioned in Ayurveda for Fenugreek are employed both as health recipes and for various purposes, such as vata anulomana(carminative) garbhashaya shodhaka(uterine tonic), and stanya vardhaka(galactagogue) for sutika(Postnatal period). Methika is a commonly used medicine in traditional postnatal care.
SHIGRU | MORINGA OLEIFERA | MORINGA
Ayurvedic medicine recognizes Shigru, commonly referred to as Moringa, as a plant with numerous benefits. It is believed to aid in digestion(deepana), promote heart health (Hrudya), improve the quality of sperm (Shukrala), benefit the eyes (Chakshushya), and reduce body fat(Medohara), and has many more benefits
Moringa oleifera is a highly valued plant due to its diverse range of nutritional benefits and medicinal properties. The plant is aptly called the ‘Miracle Tree’ owing to its ability to cure multiple ailments. The plant contains essential nutrients in every part of it. The leaves of Moringa oleifera, for example, are an excellent source of minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron, and copper.
Additionally, the leaves are low in calories, which makes them an ideal dietary supplement for those who are overweight. The leaves also contain all the essential amino acids, making them rich in protein and minerals. Moringa oleifera pods contain 46.78% fiber and 20.66% protein, making them highly beneficial in curing digestive problems and colon cancer. The plant is also rich in vitamins like vitamins A, and B, Beta-carotene, pyridoxine, nicotinic acid, and vitamins C, D, E. Read More
ORGANIC SPINACH | PALAKYA
Spinach, the leafy green, is loaded with nutrients like folate, iron, Vitamin A and Vitamin C – all of which are important for hair growth. We ethically source organic spinach from the most advanced farms.
Spinach or Palankya in Sanskrit has been mentioned in the Charaka Samhita (Sutra 27), believed to improve digestion, balancing Pitta and increasing Kapha in the body. Extensive research has been conducted for its anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and hepatoprotective activity.
According to Bhojana Kutuhalam 12th Chapter, ‘Palakya’ is wholesome for the body and cold in potency. It treats raktapitta and acts as grahi – highly nourishing in nature.
ESSENTIAL PROTEIN FOR WOMEN
Proteins are crucial not only as the foundational building blocks of our body, but also as a vital ingredient for achieving improved fitness, and strength, shedding unwanted weight, promoting healthier hair and nails, and ultimately maintaining a well-rounded and healthy lifestyle. 365veda ‘Essential’ gives you the required diverse vegan protein to keep you going ahead.
CAROTENOIDS | FLAVONOIDS | PHENOLIC ACIDS
Pea protein is an excellent source of protein, as it comprises all the nine essential amino acids and has branched-chain amino acids that are beneficial for the heart and promote blood circulation. Additionally, it is rich in iron and contains low amounts of fat.
Peas (Pisum sativum) are a good source of phytochemicals, which are natural plant compounds that have health benefits. Peas contain various phytochemicals such as flavonoids, carotenoids, and phenolic acids. Flavonoids, such as catechin and epicatechin, have antioxidant properties that protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Carotenoids, including lutein and zeaxanthin, have been linked to eye health and may reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration.
Phenolic acids, such as chlorogenic acid and ferulic acid, have anti-inflammatory properties and may help lower the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer. and saponins, which may have cholesterol-lowering effects. Read More
SHATAVARI | ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS | ASPARAGUS
Shatavari contains a high concentration of saponins, which are compounds with potent antioxidant properties. A study conducted in 2004 discovered a new antioxidant, racemofuran, in the Shatavari root. Additionally, two well-known antioxidants, asparagamine A and racemosol, were identified in Shatavari.
Also, research suggests that racemofuran has a similar mode of action in the body as prescription COX-2 inhibitor drugs, which are utilized for their anti-inflammatory effects.
DIOSGENIN | TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM | FENUGREEK
Fenugreek seeds contain steroidal compounds such as glycosides and saponins, which include diosgenin(found in the seed and has been designated as the most bioactive component of fenugreek ), yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens.
Diosgenin, in particular, is an essential precursor for synthesizing various sex hormones. Studies have shown that diosgenin, as a steroidal sapogenin, can enhance weight and muscle growth in rats. Additionally, it has been reported to improve glucose metabolism by promoting adipocyte differentiation and inhibiting inflammation in adipose tissues. Read more
Bromelain is a type of protease enzyme derived from the stem of a pineapple. It is well-known for its ability to reduce inflammation and swelling, as well as relax and stimulate muscles. Additionally, it can aid in the elimination of fat. Including it in protein powder can help prevent muscle soreness after workouts and improve joint function.