Soy Protein Crisps - 400g

Are you missing that 'Caa-runch!' factor on Keto? These little puffs are Zero Carbs, 88% protein and pack a whole heap of Keto crunch. Absolutely Zero Carb and they remind me of ketofied rice bubbles. So if you're missing that crackle and pop get your fix with these. Super light and crispy and because it's a high protein ingredient, these will leave you feeling fuller and satisfied. 

And also available in Cocoa Protein Crisps here

How to use Soy Protein Crisps: 
Into melted chocolate: Pop them into a bowl with melted chocolate to eat in a bar form, they add crunch and manage hardening, then spread on baking trays.
Into cookies: Blitz them or put them as is into your cookies for that crunch factor - just a perfect addition into Keto Afghan Biscuits. 
Blitzed into a crumb for fish or meat. Add some cheese powder and almond flour for some serious yum. 
As they are: as croutons on soups and salads. Sprinkled with sweetened keto cocoa, as a rice crispy like cereal with a chocolate milk. 
The only limit is your imagination. 

Make your own protein bars: Have you ever wondered what snack bar manufacturers put into chocolate bars to make them crispy, crunchy and really high in protein without adding any carbs whatsoever? These are those little gems. These isolate puffs have such a subtle flavour, it can be incorporated easily with natural flavours. 

Ingredients: 100% Soy Protein Isolate
Macros per 100g Carbs 0g, sugars 0g, Protein 88g, Fat 3g, saturated 1g, Dietary Fibre 0g, Sodium 1200mg Energy 1586 kJ 
Minerals: Calcium 393mg, Iron 25mg, Phosphorus 804mg 
Allergens: Soy
Claims: Halal, Kosher, Ovo-lacto-vegetarian, Lacto-vegetarian, Vegan, non-GMO. Human treatment registered member of SEDEX. 

Soy and menopause
Soy is a plant naturally high in estrogen which is a perfect addition to your diet when your estrogen levels are tanking from menopause. Soy contains isoflavones, which can be metabolized by gut bacteria into equol—a nonsteroidal compound that has been shown in some studies to reduce the incidence and severity of hot flashes and night sweats that many women have during menopause. In the clinical studies, postmenopausal women who ate high amounts of dietary soy protein (20 to 60 g per day) generally had fewer and less intense hot flashes and night sweats than those who ate less soy.

Some of the negativity surrounding soy is due to the GMO risk, which is why we have secured this independently certified non-GMO Soy Protein Isolate product. 

Gluten-free status: This product has achieved GFCO certification. Other products containing gluten are present at the manufacturer and every effort has been made to minimise the risk of cross contamination. Including dedicated colour coded hand tools and post allergen clean up including a purge of the product's line equipment. 
Storage: clean, cool, airtight free from odours 

There's no cholesterol in soy protein isolate so it is good for lowering low-density lipoproteins (LDL or “bad” cholesterol), and triglycerides. 
It's also loaded with a higher quality of protein than miso, soy milk or tofu
. So if you're on a vegetarian or vegan diet, soy protein is a good way to reach your protein goals.


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