Muscle Up Whey Protein
Whey protein can be a quick, efficient, and highly valuable source of protein for supporting muscle protein synthesis. A whey protein shake can be a tasty, quick, non messy portable solution for both when you’re in the office and in transport between the gym.
High protein diets should benefit both weight loss and weight maintenance by increasing satiety, increasing energy expenditure, and increasing or maintaining lean body mass. Two short-term weight maintenance interventions have reported that, following a standardized weight-loss period, supplementing with about 50 grams of protein per day (approximately two scoops of Muscle Up Whey Protein) for three months causes a significantly lower regain of body weight.
✓ Whey Protein Isolates: Less fat and carbs - easier on the lactose intolerant
✓ Papain: Helps the body with protein breakdown & digestion
✓ Protease: Also helps with the protein breakdown & digestion
- Whey protein concentrate - a concentrated source of whey, with a large amount of the water removed; whey protein concentrates contain immunostimulants known as immunoglobulins.
- Whey protein isolate - an “isolated” source of whey protein with less fat and carbs than whey protein concentrate.
- Whey protein isolate may be more fitting for lactose intolerance since it contains the least amount of the milk sugar lactose.
- Whey protein isolates are 90% protein. Papain - a proteolytic enzyme that helps the body breakdown protein Protease - a proteolytic enzyme that helps the body in breakdown protein.
Mix one scoop with 8-10 ounces of water or milk of your choice, shake or blend vigorously and enjoy! Consume after your workout or between meals as a snack.
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