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- Elite Protein Ingredients -


Pea and Hemp Protein

Our pea protein is extracted only from the best organic yellow pea. It has a neutral taste, making it an ideal protein shake ingredient. The hemp protein found in Elite Protein comes from fine, organic hemp. Hemp is a wonderful source of amino acids.


Spirulina is another superfood which is a good source of plant protein. Due to its amazing ability to generate cells, it is heralded as a great strengthener for the immune system. Spirulina also helps detoxify the body, reduce inflammation due to exercise and helps improve the digestive system.
chia seed

Chia Seed

Chia seeds may be small but they’re massive when it comes to benefits. These seeds contain high-quality protein and antioxidants. Research shows that chia seeds work in decreasing appetite, making it ideal for weight loss.
organic maca


Maca is a superfood that boosts the immune system, increases stamina and energy, activates endorphins and promotes hormone balance.
coconut juice

Coconut Water

Coconut water is rich in 5 essentials electrolytes needed by the body. These include sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Sometimes, with extreme sweating, electrolyte imbalance can occur.


Broccoli is high in fiber, detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, and boasts a powerful antioxidant that can't be found in any other vegetables.




When it comes to protein source kale is the best out of the cabbage family. It contains a lot of leucine, which is an important BCAA.
lo han berry

Lo Han Berry (Monk Fruit)

Helps treat and possibly prevent cancer and works as a natural Antihistamine. Monk fruit also decreases blood sugar and total cholesterol.


Parsley is a great source of Vitamin A, C, E and minerals acting as in antioxidant. And it also helps with the treatment of Arthritis and lowers blood pressure.



Digestive Enzymes
really important?
Absolutely, and here is why.


The multi-enzyme complex DigeZyme® consists of gluten-free and GMO-free broad acting enzymes, including amylase, lactase, cellulase, lipase, and protease.
*These enzymes help break down carbohydrates, lactose, cellulosic fibers, fats, and proteins.
*Additionally, these groups of enzymes are resistant to the action of gastric juices, while retaining their digestive activity.