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Purition Wholefood Vegan Nutrition



Allergy advice: For allergens, see ingredients in BOLD.

Whey Protein Isolate MILK, Golden linseed (flax), Sunflower Kernels, Freeze-dried Strawberries (8%), ALMONDS, Coconut (sulfate-free), Chia Seeds, SESAME Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Nutritional Yeast (B-vits), Psyllium Husk (fibre), Apple Pectin (fibre), Steviol Glycosides (Stevia)

Nutritional Data

Nutrition Facts
Per serving (40g)
192 calories
NUTRIENTS – Typical values 100g 40g
Energy 2019 kj 808 kj
Energy 481 kcal 192 kcal
Fat 32.6 g 13 g
 saturates 11.2 g 4.5 g
 monounsaturated 8.3 g 3.3 g
 polyunsaturated 13.6 g 5.4 g
 trans 0 g 0 g
Carbohydrates 9 g 3.6 g
 sugars 2.7 g 1.1 g
Fibre 17.9 g 7.2 g
Protein 39 g 15.6 g
Salt 0.3 g 0.1 g
VITAMINS 100g %RI 100g
Vitamin E 8.3 mg 69%
Thiamin (B1) 2.4 mg 218%
Riboflavin (B2) 0.4 mg 29%
Niacin 3.2 mg 20%
Vitamin B6 0.4 mg 29%
Food Folate 52 µg 26%
Pantothenate 1 mg 17%
MINERALS 100g %RI 100g
Potassium 636.5 mg 32%
Calcium 276.8 mg 28%
Phosphorous 455.6 mg 65%
Magnesium 210.2 mg 56%
Iron 4 mg 29%
Zinc 2.7 mg 27%
Copper 0.8 mg 80%
Manganese 1.5 mg 75%
Selenium 8.6 µg 16%
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