GN Studies2020-09-23T20:39:18+00:00

Busting Bubbles, Myths & Barriers (with Science)

The people who came up with the marketing slogan “whey is the gold standard” don’t like us very much. That’s because in 2013 Growing Naturals rice protein was first put head to head with whey in a clinical study, and whey surprisingly didn’t win. Since then, whey didn’t prove to be superior again in 2018 and most recently in 2020 (publication coming soon). Not sure whether to believe this is true? Check out the clinical study summaries and other studies that just show plant-based proteins rock! Because of these studies, GN rice protein is uniquely patented for Sports Nutrition use. Our commitment is to bring you more and more scientific proof to show that our plant proteins really do work!

Gluten-Free Diet’s Effect on Colon Cancer Risk

Does Celiac Disease increase the risk of colon cancer? Can a gluten-free diet help? Researchers in Italy wanted to determine this, considering the damaging effect gluten can have on the intestines in people with Celiac [...]

Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding tied to Celiac Disease

Abnormal uterine bleeding appears to be yet another symptom of Celiac Disease... For this small research study in 2014, scientists interviewed and compared menstrual history in a group of women with CD versus a group [...]

Neurologic Effects of Celiac Disease in Children

The impact of gluten on someone with Celiac Disease (CD) can be very damaging to the gut--but did you know it can also affect brain function?  It is estimated that 8-10% of people with CD [...]

Study finds Protein-Rich Breakfast Helps to Curb Appetite

New research presented at the Obesity Society's annual scientific meeting on Nov. 13, 2013 found that "eating a breakfast rich in protein significantly improves appetite control and may help women to avoid overeating later in the day." [...]

What Are GMOs and What’s All The Fuss About?

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), also called genetically engineered (GE) or genetically modified (GM) ingredients, describes ingredients that have been altered at the gene level. The modern genetic modification of food is far different from the [...]