We love interviewing emerging and established names in the holistic health world … and in our Winter 2020/21 issue, we got the full scoop from Felix Hughes of Nuzest, on the company’s amazing protein powders.
The powders that pack a punch
Health-conscious protein lovers rejoice: we’ve come across a number of great protein powder offerings from Nuzest.
These health trailblazers have formulated a new blend called Clean Lean Protein Coffee: a stimulating fusion of real Arabica coffee and 600mg of balanced medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), naturally-derived from coconut oil. The MCTs contain over 90% C8 (caprylic acid) and C10 (capric acid), two key fatty acids that provide energy direct to your muscles’ energy-producing factories, the mitochondria.
Felix Hughes of Nuzest explains, ‘this all-natural, plant-based coffee is complete with all 9 essential amino acids, and is suitable for a wide range of dietary preferences: vegan, paleo, primal, kosher, halal.’
Nuzest are also proud of their Golden Pea Protein Isolate, a nutritional powder that packs a punch. Pea Protein Isolate has been shown to be more effective than whey protein isolate in contributing to muscle growth and maintenance.
Nuzest’s ingredients have been sustainably grown in Northern Europe, with no requirement for nitrogen fertiliser or irrigation … and they also taste great. Felix recommends enjoying one of their powders as a breakfast smoothie with coconut or almond milk and water. ‘No fillers, binders or bulking-agents mean you can use a handy shaker and drink on the go,’ he shares with us.
There’s nothing quite like knowing that you’ve had a delicious and nutritionally power packed start to your day. New Zealand and Australian international rugby stars such as Ma’a Nonu and Matt Giteau swear by Nuzest to support their health, performance and exercise recovery.
Give one of Nuzest’s powders a go, and experience its benefits for yourself.