Description ：Pea protein
Latin Name: Pisum sativum Linn
Specification Ratio: 10:1 1%- 80% protein
Part Used: Seeds
Appearance: Yellowish powder
Test method : UV
1. Aids Weight Loss
2.Supports a Healthy Heart
3. May Decrease Risk of Kidney Disease
4. Increases Muscle Thickness
5. Regulates Blood Sugar
At the 237th Annual American Chemical Conference held in Salt Lake City, USA, Canadian food chemist, Dr. Rotimi E.Aluko of MANITOBA University and other scientists announced a new discovery of “food therapy”: when pea protein passes through thermophilic bacteria Protease hydrolysis, a peptide that is hydrolyzed by pea protein filtration from the membrane, has a blood pressure lowering effect, and this conclusion is verified by the consumption of a large number of mice with hypertension or hypertensive patients.
pea→cleaning→soaking→refining→slurry separation→centrifugal removal of starch→acid precipitation→centrifugation→precipitate alkali solution→spray drying→finished product
The peas from which the impurities were removed were soaked in water for 12 to 24 hours, then rinsed with water, and then ground with a grinding wheel, and the bean dregs were repeatedly ground 3 times. The slurry was centrifuged at 1500 r/min for 3 min to remove the residue. The supernatant was acidified to adjust the pH to about 4.4 to precipitate the protein. The supernatant was removed by centrifugation, and the protein after acid precipitation was adjusted to pH 7.0 with alkali to dissolve the protein, and then homogenized. Spray dried pea protein powder.
pea protein powder can be added to cereals as a nutritional supplement, such as bread, cake, noodles, nutritious rice noodles, or as a meat substitute to Western meat products such as ham, red sausage and so on.