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Plant Protein Powder With Hemp Named Best For Protein Shakes

New Brunswick, NJ / June 24, 2014 / For the second consecutive year, HealthFoodPost.com has named the organic protein powder Perfect Plant Protein as the best protein powder for value and quality, as well as ingredients. Perfect Plant Protein is a certified organic vegetarian protein powder containing a unique mixture of hemp, mushroom and brown rice protein powders. For more information about this popular vegan protein powder click here http://healthfoodpost.com/best-protein-powder/

Vegan protein powders boast a potent array of nutritional benefits and are excellent for building muscle or as a meal replacement. They are the perfect ingredient for protein shakes and are favorites of both men and women. Many view soy-free protein powders like Perfect Plant Protein as being the best protein powders for women for a number of reasons more fully discussed on HealthFoodPost.com. But, more and more men are viewing them as an excellent alternative to milk based whey protein powder. Click here for more information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-BS5rnHufg

Perfect Plant Protein contains no sugar and tastes great plus it's USDA Certified Organic. Its 100% plant-based, gluten free, and non-GMO. Perfect Plant Protein is a complete protein containing over 10 amino acids including all essential 8 amino acids and comes in a BPA Free HDPE Container. Consumers can view the ingredient label on display at HealthFoodPost.com. Perfect Plant Protein is manufactured in the United States under FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).

Since naming Perfect brand the best protein powder the product has been the featured protein powder product on HealthFoodPost.com. Protein powders have a long history of popularity with body builders and other athletes but recently have become popular with non-athletes who use them to make protein shakes, often as a meal replacement.

Discounts of 25% to 35% are available on Perfect Plant Protein at HealthFoodPost.com when buying 3 containers. Perfect Plant Protein comes with a customer satisfaction 100% money back guarantee, so consumers can shop with risk-free confidence.

Perfect Plant Protein and the other specialty products featured on HealthFoodPost.com ship to over 200 countries worldwide including Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore, UAE, India, and more.

About HealthFoodPost.com

HealthFoodPost.com is a top-rated BBB (Better Business Bureau) Accredited online service based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA providing health and nutrition news, and features plus discounted shopping for premium specialty nutritional supplements and products for fitness, and healthy living.

SOURCE: HealthFoodPost.com

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