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Chocolate, A Sweet History!

Chocolate, A Sweet History!

Chocolate is one of the oldest foods known to man. It has a long and varied history, and its popularity has had a significant impact on society. The word chocolate comes from the Aztec word xocolatl, which means "bitter water". The Aztecs first discovered chocolate when they found cacao beans in the rainforest. They believed that chocolate was a gift from the gods, and they used it to make a drink called chocolatete. European explorers first discovered chocolate in the 1500s, and they quickly began to import it back to Europe. At first, chocolate was only enjoyed by the wealthy...

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That Protein’s Chirpy Chirpy Choca Mocha Super Protein Wins Best in U.K. at The Nourish Awards !

That Protein’s Chirpy Chirpy Choca Mocha Super Protein Wins Best in U.K. at The Nourish Awards !

How was it judged? The award was judged In a blind taste test by industry experts and rated by the taste, quality of ingredients and nutrition profile against other similar products.   “I’m now recommending this to my friends!” said one Judge.  The Chirpy Chirpy Choca Mocha Super Protein is a blend of Organic Plant Protein, Organic coffee and Organic Raw Cacao.  Perfect for making protein balls, adding to porridge or as a base for a protein shake! 

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That Protein hits the Headlines at Natural Products News!

That Protein hits the Headlines at Natural Products News!

Featured in the Natural Products Magazine -The Section on Food Focus Healthy Breakfast.      

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That Protein Becomes First FODMAP Friendly Certified Protein Powder in U.K.

That Protein Becomes First FODMAP Friendly Certified Protein Powder in U.K.

Award-winning plant based nutrition company That Protein’s Blissful Raw Cacao Organic Super Protein has become the first protein powder in the U.K. to be certified low FODMAP following a rigorous laboratory tested evaluation process.      Low FODMAP is an acronym for low fermentable, oligosaccharides (fructans & GOS), disaccharides (lactose) , monosaccharides (fructose) and polyols. The diet has been designed to help people with a medical diagnosis of IBS. A study found that around 3/4 of those who follow the diet reported an improvement of the symptoms of IBS which include bloating, gas and gastrointestinal pain.    That Protein is...

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