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ESSENTIAL Protein™ and ESSENTIAL IsoFlavonesPlus™ are tasteless, odorless, and easily disperse in any beverage or can be added to any baked product. Just two tablespoons of our essential products provide the protein benefit of 5 eggs without the detrimental effects that come with animal products.

Lose Weight

Are you overweight? You may be protein deficient. The world's top weight-loss specialists have written best-selling books which support this finding: Dr. Michael Eades, author of Protein Power, Dr. Robert Atkins, author of Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution, and Dr. Barry Sears, author of Enter the Zone.

The inclusion of additional protein in the diet results in profound and immediate changes. This is because protein curbs hunger by stabilizing blood sugar levels, breaks down stored body fat for energy to build muscle, removes excess water through the kidneys, and provides sustained energy since the enzymes which generate energy are 100% protein dependent.


  • Curbs hunger- by stabilizing blood sugar levels.
  • Breaks down stored body fat- for energy to build muscle.
  • Removes excess water- through the kidneys.
  • Provides sustained energy- since the enzymes which generate energy are 100% protein dependent.
  • Increases mental alertness- since the brain is composed primarily of protein.

Weight Loss -- High Energy Strategy
Mix 2 scoops of ESSENTIAL Protein™ or ESSENTIAL IsoFlavones™ with 16 oz. of juice or other healthy beverage as a replacement for morning and evening meals. Consume a satisfying and healthy lunch. At times of hunger or low energy during the course of the day, mix 1 scoop of ESSENTIAL Protein™ or ESSENTIAL IsoFlavones™ with 8 oz. of your favorite healthy beverage.

Protein curbs your appetite and cravings for sweets while replacing body fat with muscle, potassium is a highly effective diuretic, and fiber provides a sense of fulness while encouraging a clean and healthy colon.

Each scoop of our essential products represent good nutrition, containing the equivalent of 5 egg whites of protein(16 grams) plus being high in fiber, potassium, and calcium and a good natural source of many other vitamins and minerals. Remember, effective weight loss also requires daily exercise of low to moderate intensity for about 30 minutes.

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Lower Your Cholesterol

Over 4,000 Americans suffer heart attacks daily with heart disease being the number one cause of death in our society.
The higher your cholesterol level, the greater your risk of heart disease.

Nothing lowers high cholesterol levels more safely and effectively than soy protein.

Just 50 grams daily of soy protein added to your regular diet has been found to lower blood cholesterol levels on average 21% in three weeks and greater with long term use.

The success of soy protein is even more spectacular considering that it is not dependent upon dietary restriction of fat and cholesterol.

Soy protein is so effective at lowering high cholesterol that the Italian government since the early 1980's has been distributing soy protein free of charge to those troubled with this serious disorder.

Unlike expensive and risky prescription drugs which lower both the good and the bad cholesterol lipoproteins, soy protein is safe, very economical, and represents the only known strategy which selectively lowers only the bad (LDL) cholesterol while actually raising the good (HDL) cholesterol.

Remember, for every 1% your cholesterol is reduced, you reduce your risk of heart disease by 2%.

For a Healthy Heart, Eat Soy Protein

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Increase Your Energy
Unlike carbohydrates and fats, protein stabilizes blood glucose levels, providing a steady stream of fuel for needy tissues. Additionally, all chemical enzymes are made of protein and require a constant supply of dietary protein for adequate presence. These enzymes act as catalysts for virtually all of the body's chemical activities, such as the production of energy.

Simply stated, people who eat sufficient protein find they are less hungry, more mentally alert, and have greater energy throughout the day.

Not all sources of protein are equal.

Milk protein, for example, contains lactose and is poorly tolerated by those with a lactase deficiency such as the elderly and those of African, Asian, and American Indian heritage. Eggs, hamburger, and chicken are high in cholesterol and low in fiber. Essential Protein™ and Essential IsoFlavones™ are a superior concentrated protein free of cholesterol and lactose, high in fiber and calcium and with negligible amounts of sugar and fat. Two tablespoons (one scoop) of essential products from Essential Protein provides 16 grams of protein or the equivalent protein value of 5 eggs or a quarter-pound of hamburger, without the detrimental effects that come with animal products. And with a bio-availability score of 99 out of 100 on the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Scale, Essential Protein™ and Essential IsoFlavones™ are as perfect a protein source as one can get.

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Build Muscle
For quick muscle recovery and rapid muscle growth, you need increased dietary protein. Exercise consumes muscle for energy upon depletion of the glycogen reserves and traumatizes muscle in a manner unique to each activity.

Muscle is made of protein and requires much dietary protein following exercise to repair damaged tissue and build new muscle. Failure to do so will result in muscle loss-not gain, and an unnecessarily long recovery.

Enzymes produce energy, red blood cells carry oxygen, and white blood cells fight infection. All are made of protein and are dependent upon a constant supply of dietary protein. In fact, over 50% of the body's dry weight is made of protein. No wonder protein deficiency affects so many functions. Stunted growth, muscle loss, decreased immunity, fatigue, mental dullness, irritability, body fat gain, water retention, and an increase in hunger are only a few of the signs of protein deficiency.

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Calories from Fat
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Total Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber
Soluble Fiber
Insoluble Fiber




Folic Acid 


Phosphorus / Protein
Potassium / Protein

 13 mg/gm
47 mg/gm

 Protein Calories
Fat Calories
Carbohydrate Calories


 Protein Source

 Alcohol-Washed Soy Concentrate

 Isoflavone Content

 0.1 - 0.3 mg/gm

Characteristics of a "Junk Protein"

An ingested protein with properties counter-productive to good health would be defined as a "junk protein". These characteristics include:

Artificial Ingredients - Many food colorings and flavorings negatively affect the immune system and may cause allergic reaction in some individuals.

Lactose - Lactose produces clinical symptoms such as diarrhea and gas in about one third of the population. These individuals, being primarily of Asian, African, and American Indian descent, are deficient in the intestinal enzyme lactase and would be clinically typed as "lactose intolerant".

High Sodium to Protein Ratio - Excess sodium is associated with water retention and high blood pressure.

High Calorie to Protein Ratio> - Low calories from protein or "empty" non protein calories are a waste of money since they add little to no nutritional benefit, but do add to the bodies fat reserves.

High Fat - Some fat such as essential oil is necessary and will be found in good protein, but more is not always better, and saturated fat is not nutritionally to ones advantage.

Cholesterol - Dietary cholesterol has been strongly linked to heart disease.

Low Iron - Iron benefits the body by carrying oxygen to the cells, necessary for the production of energy.

Poor Solubility - The better a protein dissolve in water, the more easily that protein will pass into the bloodstream.

Bitter or Disagreeable Taste - Acidic foods are characterized by a bitter taste, which is commonly camouflaged by the manufacturer with artificial flavoring. This disagreeable taste tends to lead to poor user compliance.

Acidic pH - Foods with an acidic pH pose a problem to the body and are neutralized by the taking of calcium from the bones, joints, and muscles. Over time, osteoporosis, arthritic decay, and muscle stiffness will be noted. Additionally, acidic foods pose difficulty to the kidneys.

  ESSENTIAL Protein Parrillo Hi-Protein Met-RX Designer
Type of Protein
Soy Concentrate
High Fiber
No Fiber
No Fiber
Very Low Fiber
Not Listed
Sodium / 100g Protein
31 mg
250 mg
1054 mg
350 mg
Calories from Fat
3% calories from fat
8% calories from fat
9% calories from fat
Calories from Protein
91% calories from protein
57% calories from protein
80% calories from protein
Soy Phytochemicals*
Artificial Ingredients
Iron (% daily value)

Note: The magnesium content of ESSENTIAL Protein™ is 320 mg / 100 gm of protein, representing a daily value of 80%

* Soy Phytochemicals have been medically shown to fight cancer, reduce menopausal symptoms, protect against diabetes and osteoporosis, and reduce high cholesterol 20% on average, with just one month of use (New England Journal of Medicine, Aug. '95).

A two pound container provides 36 sixteen gram servings of premium concentrated protein with a PDCAAS of 99/100.

ESSENTIAL Protein™ and ESSENTIAL IsoFlavones™ are the most alkaline of all proteins. They are without taste and mix instantly in orange juice or other favorite beverages.
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Fight Cancer
Evidence shows that lifestyles and diet are mostly responsible for the different cancer rates around the world. The National Cancer Institute says that one out of every three cancer deaths in this country is related to diet. In Japan, where soy is eaten daily, breast cancer rates are one-fourth those of American women.

In 1986, it was discovered that soy is rich in a powerful natural substance called genistein and this substance, a plant called estrogen, has an attribute that makes it a potent weapon in the fight against cancer.

Unique to soy, genistein appears to alter fundamental aspects of the cancer process. When genistein is added to cells that are growing in a tube, it inhibits growth of cancer cells, but not normal cells. In addition, it inhibits growth of blood vessels that seed cancer cells. This is important, because for tumors to grow, they need to foster the growth of new blood vessels so they can receive oxygen and nutrients.

In 1980, Dr. Walter Troll of New York University Medical Research Center discovered that soy inhibits cancer in animals. In his studies, breast cancer was inhibited 50 percent, and skin and bladder cancers were also reduced. Dr. Barry Goldin, professor in the Department of Community Health and Nutrition at Tufts University School of Medicine, also found that soy appears to inhibit cancer by decreasing estrogen levels. Dr. Mark Messina, Ph.D., concluded that people who regularly consume soy have a lower cancer rate than those who consume soy infrequently or never. Plus, the protective effects of soy were shown not to be limited to just one or two types of cancers. Soy consumption reduced the risk of a wide range of cancers, including breast, colon, rectum, lung and stomach.

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Soy and Other Ailments
Soy helps control diabetes. Diabetics who have diets high in soy tend to have more normal blood sugar levels and pass less sugar in the urine. A particularly effective strategy for the diabetic would also include a diet high in fiber, low in fat, and low in  sugar. Essential Protein is high in fiber, very low in fat, and have virtually no sugar.

Soy is good for osteoporosis. Simply, the more protein you eat from animal sources, the more calcium you lose from your bones. People whose diet features primarily protein from soy sources will have less than half the calcium loss of those who eat principally meat products. Calcium loss from the bones means osteoporosis in later years. Soy can slow the onset of this painful and debilitating disease.

In addition, soy has been shown to play a role in controlling kidney disease, high blood pressure, and gallstones. Soy protein is essentially equivalent in quality to animal protein found in such items as eggs, milk, and meat, but without the saturated fat and cholesterol that come with those foods.

Soy is also rich in other nutrients such as calcium, iron, zinc, and many of the B vitamins. Soy is high in fiber, and, when compared to most meat and dairy foods, which soy can easily replace, soy generally lowers the fat contents of the diet as a whole. Soy is also free of milk sugar (lactose).

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MotherSoy Distributor - Darlene Sartore
P.O. Box 388
Princeton IN 47670
phone#: 812-779-3617


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