Organic, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, with no added sugar, wheat, or yeast
A mixture of plant-based proteins, featuring raw organic pea protein, brown rice protein, chia seeds, quinoa, and amaranth
Free of solvents, GMOs, radiation, artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, or artificial colors
An all-natural blend that is easy to digest, promoting healthy kidney and liver functions
20 servings per container, 18 grams of protein per serving
Organic Certified Classic Plus builds on Sunwarrior's original rice protein by adding in the amino acid balancing effects of peas, chia seeds, quinoa, and amaranth. This superfood combination still relies heavily on the gentle nature of whole-grain brown rice, but with a hefty dose of the strength that has made Warrior Blend so popular.
Brown Rice Protein: Brown rice provides plenty of protein and fiber while being gentle on the digestive system and kind to those with allergies. This whole-grain superfood is raw, sprouted, and ready to take your workouts to new levels with all the amino acids a growing muscle needs.
Raw Pea Protein: A high fiber, low calorie, nutrient dense vegetarian superfood, peas are also a remarkable source of plant-based proteins and amino acids. Protein from peas satisfies all FAO essential amino acid requirements. The amino acids found in peas include Lysine, Arginine, Glutamine, Leucine, Isoleucine & Valine (Branched Chain Amino Acids - BCAAs).
Quinoa: Highly valued by the Incan civilization for good reason, quinoa is rich in protein, fiber, calcium, B vitamins, and many other nutrients. This grain-like seed helps balance out the amino acid profile without worry over gluten.
Chia: Chia seeds are the tiny nutrient-dense powerhouses that the Aztecs used to feed their people, armies, hunting parties, and runners. We've rediscovered their power and thankfully don't have to invent a time machine or brave the ancient jungle to take advantage of all these little seeds have to offer.
Amaranth: Amaranth is another ancient world staple. It was used as a grain by the Aztecs who even included it in religious rites. It has a similar nutrient profile to quinoa and the same yield as rice, making it a sustainable alternative to other grains and seeds.