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Raw Nutrition Supplements Including RAW Pump, RAW EAA, and RAW Protein

Raw Nutrition Supplements Including RAW Pump, RAW EAA, and RAW Protein

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John:
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Brad:
Yeah, absolutely. It was an awesome entry. You got everything in on that one, way better than mine. Today, we are going over a new line that we got in. It is Raw. We've seen a lot of searches on our site for this stuff. That's one way that we know if we're going to bring in new brands, by what people are actually trying to search on our sites. They have quite a few products. It's not a huge extensive list, but what we did bring in is the Raw Vegan Protein, the Raw Pump, and then the Raw EAA.

John:
You know what's cool about this? We're starting to see more, but there's still not a ton of brands catering to people who are looking for cleaner supplements with less chemicals and sweeteners and flavorings and things like that. Amino Energy, which was one of the popular ones, I think they discontinued their naturals line, or at least it's been hard to get ahold of-

Brad:
They did, yeah.

John:
It's cool that we got some more options for people who are looking for natural products.

Brad:
Yeah. Actually, pretty much, I want to say, most of the big brands that have come out with a small release of no artificial flavor, no artificial color, no artificial sweetener, they all fall at the wayside.

John:
I know Truetein has naturals. But even that one, I don't know if it went away, or if it's just hard to get in, but-

Brad:
It's harder to get in now. The past year, it's been hard to get stuff in from them. But for the past few years, whenever I was at a store, the natural ones are like the green tops versus the blue tops. Anytime you would explain the difference, people would always go for the green tops, almost nine out of 10 times.

John:
I think it's fair to say fake chemicals taste better and taste stronger, but a lot of people are looking for natural just to cut some of that stuff out of their intake. Also, there's some people who make the argument that it goofs up your digestion, and you're not absorbing as much of as much of the ingredients that you actually want by taking all these artificial colorings and things like that.

Brad:
Yeah. Especially like you said, the colorings, the dyes, I haven't looked up too much into it, but I do know a lot of anecdotal experience that people told me. Once they cut out all the artificial dyes, like the red 40, I think is a big one, a lot of the reds and the blue dyes when they cut them out, their digestion increases a ton. Their health problems go away. It's something to look into, if you're trying to eliminate some things. Try eliminating some of the dyes because, at the end of the day, there's no benefit at all other than, "Oh, it looks cool," which is ridiculous.

John:
Yeah. We're starting to see more people go with what, red beet or something like that for colorings and stuff like that.

Brad:
Beet root, yeah. Spirulina for blue.

John:
Okay.

Brad:
Yeah, there's a ton of stuff you can do. But I'm going to get into this vegan protein here. On the front, it says fortified with vitamins, complete amino profile, and it's 100% vegan protein. It says complete amino profile. What they mean is that, if you just have pea protein or you just have one source of plant protein, you're not going to get the full breakdown of amino acids. I'm assuming what they're saying here is there's such a wide range of sources that you are going to get as good of a breakdown as you would from a whey.

John:
You know what? That's the first thing I noticed about this. Plant proteins are becoming a lot more popular, but it seems like everyone's doing a pea protein or a pea and brown rice. I like that I think this had four or five protein sources.

Brad:
Yeah. This has pea protein, brown rice, fava bean, mung bean and then it uses stevia, organic erythritol. Sweetly Stevia is a trademark thing, and it says it is organic erythritol, trehalose, organic steviol glycoside. So there's three ingredients that make up Sweetly Stevia, so it's not really pure Stevia, but erythritol's really not that bad. You get natural flavors, xanthan gum, which is just a thickener, sunflower creamer, salt, and steviol glycosides, so you get stevia again.

Brad:
One thing I noticed, obviously amino acids is the second, but every scoop is 110 calories, not bad, 20 grams of protein, not bad, and then you get two carbs and two grams of fat. But when you're looking at the amino acid profile, if you could see leucine, there's two grams of leucine. Leucine is the most important one. It's what you see in most brand chains. Leucine is the most important amino acid for muscle growth. You only have it at two grams, which isn't crazy high, but it's probably high enough for what you're going to be doing along with food and everything else that you're eating. You like vegan proteins, right?

John:
I do.

Brad:
Yeah. We may have to open one of these up at some point and try it out.

John:
Do you know, off the top of your head, is this a chocolate vanilla? Do they have any funkier? I'm guessing probably straightforward flavors, just because it is a more natural product.

Brad:
They just had chocolate and vanilla. I know, like you were saying with Truetein, a lot of people didn't like their variety of flavors, but you can't naturally flavor something to taste like birthday cake.

John:
With crazy flavors, yeah.

Brad:
I think that they had chocolate peanut butter, chocolate vanilla, cinnamon bun.

John:
You were mentioning that with the dream fuel bars. You said you can't really have a crazy flavor with this natural of a product.

Brad:
Yeah, you can't do an icee flavor or something, and flavor it naturally. There's just no way. But yeah, this came in chocolate and vanilla.

John:
I know you get the pop culture reference to the fava beans. You know the mung bean one I'm thinking of?

Brad:
Mung bean?

John:
Were you an Office fan or no?

Brad:
I sprout mung beans in my drawer.

John:
Yeah.

Brad:
It smells like that, but they're very nutritious. When I said it, I was like, "What is mung bean from? I know I've heard it before."

John:
[Crosstalk 00:05:52] saying, "Creed has a distinct old man smell."

Brad:
He's like, "Ah, yes. I know what that is." All right. You want to go over one?

John:
Yeah. So next, we've got the Raw Pump. Watermelon, that seems like it could be an interesting flavor, non-stim focus formula. I haven't taken a look at the ingredients yet, but this one says it's going to provide us a pump, improve nutrient uptake, and improve cellular hydration. So what do we got here? We got potassium, sodium, citrulline, pump ingredient in most things, betaine anhydrous, beta alanines. One gram, so you're not going to get a ton of tingles from this one probably-

Brad:
Yeah, you get the effects of it.

John:
... but get some of that muscular endurance. You know what? I hate beta alanine, but I was telling you recently that my girlfriend started taking an amino formula that had some beta alanine. She was blown away by how much more muscular endurance and things like that she got from it, like you said.

Brad:
Really? She noticed that.

John:
If you can get past the-

Brad:
The tingles, yeah. People either love it and they want it, or they can't stand it, and they just don't like it at all. Some people are just affected by it more.

John:
This is a fairly low dose? I don't think this would be too crazy. We've got tyrosine, which is more of a neutro [inaudible 00:07:03]. That's going going to be focus. We've got nitrosigine, or inositol. Is that digestion?

Brad:
For which one?

John:
The nitrosigine?

Brad:
Okay, the nitrosigine?

John:
Yeah.

Brad:
That's a pump product.

John:
Yeah, okay. We got agmatine sulfate, a pump product. We got some taurine, some pink Himalayan salt. Jeff, who we work with, says he adds some salt. He said the pumps and vascularity are through the roof.

Brad:
If you ever eat Chinese food and then go work out, because it is so salty, it's so carb loaded, you get the best pump of your life.

John:
Really?

Brad:
Yeah, it's crazy. Eat Chinese food. It's good for you.

John:
Then lastly, I like to see this, we got lion's mane, which we're starting to see added into a lot more sports nutrition supplements, which is pretty cool.

Brad:
Especially because lion's mane, a lot of times, it's pretty expensive by itself, so people don't want to get it. But if you can get it in your pump, in your aminos, in a blend of something else, if you can get a little bit every day, over time, you definitely can see the benefits from it.

John:
It looks like this can be taken as a one scoop or two scoop serving.

Brad:
Yeah. I just want to take a look. So as far as the citrulline, for one scoop, you get two and a half grams of L-citrulline, which is the good form. Then, you can get 500 milligrams of pink Himalayan salt. The salt really does make a difference in your workout. I forgot who told us about it a few years ago, but it went around the office, and everyone started doing it. But like he said, literally sprinkling pink Himalayan salt into your pre-workout, a good amount of it. If you hear Jordan [Colwell 00:08:28] , who's been on the channel, anytime he's here, he'll put a ton of salt on all of his food, purely for the benefits of it. You really do get good benefits. Don't be afraid of salt. Everyone's afraid of salt.

Brad:
All right. Then, we got the EAAs. Then, for the flavors there's watermelon and one other flavor for the EAAs and the Pump. I don't remember what the other flavor was, but it's obviously something you can flavor naturally. So for the Raw EAAs, There's 25 servings. You get 126 milligrams of phosphorus, 192 milligrams of sodium. You get leucine, isoleucine, valine, phenylalanine, lysine, threonine, methionine, histidine, and tryptophan. So it's pretty much a very basic EAA supplement. There's no hydration besides the sodium phosphorus. There's nothing crazy in here. It's just pure EAAS. Then they flavor it with a erythritol and sucralose.

John:
For the flavors for the EAA, I'm going to check the Pump in a second, but it's pineapple and watermelon.

Brad:
It's the same thing for the Pump.

John:
Is it? Okay.

Brad:
Yeah, pineapple and watermelon. Then, they do use sucralose in here, which isn't the most natural ingredient, but it's really not that bad for you. So yeah, the Pump, EAA, and the Protein, if you are trying to steer clear of a lot of the crappy chemicals that are out there, the stuff that don't really do you anything good, then I would say definitely check out this line. It's going to be what you want it to be. We'll do a flavor review at another date and time. We're just giving you guys a brief overview on this brand, but it's really something to check out. They're known for being a very clean brand.

John:
When I was grabbing this stuff out of the back, Maurice was telling me this stuff's been flying.

Brad:
Yeah. It was one of those brands. I'm Like, "Yeah, it looks popular. We should get it in." Then, it sits for a day, and then, out of nowhere, everyone just starts buying it up, so definitely pick up on it before we run out of stock. Yeah, I think that's about all I got.

John:
Just quick mention about new brands. We brought in Novaforme. We'll probably have to do a video introducing some of their products soon. We're always looking to bring in new brands, so if you guys have any ideas, if there's a brand that you really enjoy, that we don't have here at best price nutrition yet, drop a comment down below. Let us know. Ask for it, and we'll check it out and see about bringing it in here.

Brad:
Absolutely. All right. Thanks, guys.

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