[quote]Aspartic seems maybe high?
Glycine seems high and is often an additive/sweetener in products (but not necessarily a bad thing)? Does it taste sweet? Does it have other crap like stevia, aspartame, sugar alcohols or fructose in there?
Is there a problem with aspartic being high at all?
The powder is simply the sacha inchi nut that has been cold pressed to remove most of the oil (sold seperately) and is then ground to a very fine powder, with no additives. It's not overly sweet, but has a very slight sweetness like some nuts do; there is no stevia etc in it.
It works well in smoothies, so is a good way to add protein without the bulk. 3 tablespoons of it with 200ml soya milk is about 25g protein.
It's cheaper than buying pea protein in this country. I'm not too concerned about a high-protein diet as I'm not into bulking up. I aim to get a minimum of .6g protein per 1kg body weight, but usually get up to 1g protein per 1kg bodyweight on an average day. I often have a smoothie after heavy exercise (prolonged mtb biking or a hard day at work) and use several tablespoons of one or a mix of hemp protein, ground linseed, sacha inchi, rice or pea protein blended with soya milk, a banana and maybe also half an avocado. Maybe low-ish in lysine but I find they work well as a recovery drink.