There are hundreds of protein options available to consumers, which is important because protein affects nearly every part of our bodies in one aspect or another. Our muscles, bones, organs, skin, hair, and nails are made from proteins and without the nutrient we wouldn’t be able to function. Protein also helps us to grow and repair muscles so that we are able to walk, talk, move, and interact with the world around us. It’s surprising then that most average people do not consume enough protein needed to lead a healthy life.
The recommended dietary allowance or RDA for protein is just 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight. Depending on how active your lifestyle is this number may increase or decrease. But the RDA only accounts for the minimum amount of protein a person needs to eat to not get sick. It does not suggest that people should not eat more than this amount. If you are a 50 year old female who leads a sedentary life and weighs 140 pounds (63.5 kilograms) your RDA would equate to roughly 53 grams of protein. If she had 2 eggs for breakfast, a salad with tuna for lunch and pork for dinner she would only have consumed 60 grams of protein for the whole day, which is just barely over her minimum necessary value. Adding in just one serving of iso pasta to her dinner choice would push her up into the triple digits with 110 grams of protein for her daily intake, without significantly adding to her carbohydrate consumption. 110 grams of protein is a much healthier amount than 60 grams.
When iso pasta is compared to other protein options like pork chops, steak, tofu, white beans, and protein powders, chips and bars, it comes out the winner. It is packed with more protein while also carrying less fat, carbohydrates, and calories. This is due to the fact that it is made with three different types of proteins: whey protein, pea protein, and isolated soy protein. A single serving provides an impressive 50 grams of protein, meaning that most people can fulfill their RDA with just one serving of iso pasta per day, making all other protein consumption beneficial rather than just necessary.
Its high protein content paired with its natural ability to absorb and mimic the flavors of any sauce that’s added to it make iso pasta an easy choice for picky eaters. Often times children are some of the pickiest eaters and ensuring that they consume enough protein in the day can be excruciatingly difficult, especially when all they want is macaroni and cheese or spaghetti. Now can stop trying to force feed meats, eggs, and beans down your kid’s throat to try to up their protein intake and just start swapping out their refined white pasta for iso pasta. They’ll think they’re getting their way every night and avoiding nutrition, while you’ll feel secure knowing that they’re eating a healthy and well balanced diet.
Picking a dish to cook that the entire family will enjoy can be a chore. One person loves broccoli while another swears they can’t even stand the smell of it, and while they’re quarreling over that you’ve got another set bickering about whether chicken or pork tastes better. It can be impossible to please everybody at once, but it gets easier when you choose iso pasta as your main dish. An easy way to please everyone’s taste buds without breaking the budget is to allow two or three different sauce choices for each person’s helping of iso pasta. This way, everyone gets a taste of what they enjoy, and you get to relax knowing that everyone is getting the protein they need, without all of the unnecessary arguing.
Protein is an essential nutrient that every single person needs. Iso pasta is a protein option that is compatible with so many different diets and soon it will include even more. Gluten Free options are in the works which will increase the dietary options exponentially. It is the perfect way for the average person to incorporate more protein into their daily diet, without having to do any sort of drastic rehaul on their normal dietary choices. By simply switching out a traditional whole grain or processed white pasta with iso pasta you can increase your protein intake by as much as 700%, as most pasta choices offer (at best) 7 grams of protein per serving while iso pasta offers 50 grams of protein in a single serving.
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