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Amino Animo Sunflower Seed Protein
Size (1)*: 500gr clear please select size
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Amino Animo Sunflower Seed Protein
Size (1)*: 500gr clear please select size

The Sunflower seed protein by Physis Laboratory has a high content of Vitamin E, B1, B6 and folic acid. It is an organic protein of high purity, free from allergens.



What it offers

  • Contributes to muscle building

  • Contributes to muscle maintaining

  • Contributes to healthy bone maintaining

  • Contains all the essential amino acids

  • Has a very low fat content


Sunflower seed

Sunflower seed is a food of great nutritional value. It is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids, protein, fiber, vitamin E, B-complex vitamins (B1, B5, B6), selenium, copper, zinc, folic acid and iron. It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and bactericidal action. Thanks to its fiber content it contributes to the proper functioning of the digestive system. The Sunflower seed is a rich source of magnesium, which is necessary for maintaining healthy bones and for energy production. Furthermore, it contributes to bone building and at the same time it is stored on the surface of the bones for future usage. Magnesium contributes to balancing calcium levels in the body, thus contributing to maintaining the muscles, arteries and nerves relaxed.




How to use

  • Completely dissolve one heaped tablespoon (12.5g) of protein powder in water.

  • Completely dissolve one heaped tablespoon (12.5g) of protein powder in any plant-based milk of your choice, such as Almond or Oat milk, or animal milk of your choice.

  • Add a one heaped tablespoon (12.5g) of protein powder into your breakfast cereal, oats, muesli or smoothies and shakes that you prepare.

  • Completely dissolve one one heaped tablespoon (12.5g) of protein powder in water and then add a shot of espresso to enjoy a filling and quick breakfast.

  • Prepare your own savory or sweet recipes, such as cereal bars, cakes and bread, by replacing part of the flour with plant-based protein.



It may contain traces of milk and nuts


Store the product in a cool dry place, away from heating sources and direct sunlight.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging. The expiration date refers to the product in its original saleable condition, kept under proper storage conditions.



Formulated with
100% Sunflower seed protein


Formulated WITHOUT
Sugars, Artificial Dyes , Preservatives, Flavor Enhancers, Soy, Lactose, Gluten


Nutrition Decleration

Average Values

Per 100 g

Per 25g

%RDI *


1276 Kj / 305 Kcal

317 Kj / 76 Kcal

3.8 %


2 g

0.5 g

0.7 %

Of which 



0 g

0 g

0.4 %


9 g

2.2 g

0.9 %

Of which 



2 g

0.5 g

0.6 %


55 g

13.7 g

27.5 %


0.0 g

0.0 g

0.0 %

Contains 40 (Heaped tablespoons, 12.5g) portions per package.

*RDI = Reference Daily Intake of an average adult (8400 kj/2000 kcal).


Amino Acids Table

Amino Acids

Per 100 g

Per 25 g


1,42 g

0,36 g


2,49 g

0,62 g


3,58 g

0,90 g


1,97 g

0,49 g


1,16 g

0,29 g


2,73 g

0,68 g


1,36 g

0,34 g


1,99 g

0,50 g


3,04 g

0,76 g


2,49 g

0,62 g


4,65 g

1,16 g

Asparagine acid

5,07 g

1,27 g

Glutamic acid

10,85 g

2,71 g


3,42 g

0,86 g


2,25 g

0,56 g


2,15 g

0,54 g


0,67 g

0,17 g


0,83 g

0,21 g



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