Why salmon?

Vikings, fjords and the northern lights. Well, that’s not all that Norway has to offer.

Let us introduce you to Amata Power salmon protein powder.

With the fastest nitrogen uptake salmon protein helps revitalize your exhausted muscles before you can say "salmon protein powder". It absorbs even faster than hydolyzed whey protein which was unheard of until now.


Your body can easily break down the amino acids it contains since they are 98% digestible. This makes it a great nutritional food in many medical cases too, such as post-surgery.


Salmon protein powder is made using a unique enzymatic extraction technique which operates at very low temperatures. This avoids oxidation and keeps micronutrients like calcium, zinc and sodium intact.


Even though it's great, it's probably best if you don't try the raw version. Your taste buds will thank you later. We did our best to mask its fishy taste using only natural flavours and stevia. We also made it shine bright like a diamond with natural coloring foods. The only thing you have to pay attention to is mixing it with enough liquid. You get the best taste out of it if you use AT LEAST 400 ml cold water with one serving of salmon protein.

Being a hydrolyzed protein makes it highly soluble in water. Amata Power is so smooth that you don’t have to worry about protein powder clumps anymore. This makes it much easier to drink it than the common thick protein shakes you’re used to.


All in all, we were very careful when choosing our ingredients. Amata Power is free of most allergens. It contains no dairy, no soy, no nuts and no gluten, but the salmon protein powder does contain fish! Obviously.

Please note that Amata Power is manufactured in a facility which processes products containing gluten, eggs, soy, milk and nuts.

Various studies have been done on the positive effects of consuming salmon protein.


Salmon protein . . . 


. . . increases iron uptake.

. . . decreases body fat.

. . . stimulates muscle protein synthesis.

. . . boosts nitrogen absorption.


Some of this information may seem pretty dry but feel free to dive in and read more about each study by clicking on the links.