Serious bodybuilding apart from rigorous resistance training, balanced diet, focus, and grit need a constant supply of energy to fuel the body's metabolism throughout the day to build, repair and retain muscles. The essential micronutrient that provides the building blocks of muscles is Protein. They are the source of the essential Amino Acids formed during protein synthesis that builds the muscle tissues. The protein source that is provided through the dietary intake of Protein-rich foods takes a long while to synthesize the Protein source. It might result in the scarcity of Protein available for synthesis during and after weight training sessions. Whey protein is the most easily digestible and natural source of protein that can digest and absorb in the body with ease. The variants of the Protein source are available individually. However, a blend of all the abundant options along with high solubility ensures all the goodness of the Protein source is readily digested and absorbed in the body, and the energy levels remain at a constant high.
Whey protein blend supplements that are readily soluble are the most easily digestible protein supplements that can be used as a pre-workout, post-workout dietary supplements. Being highly soluble, these can also be used during workout sessions.
Grass-fed whey protein isolates The purest form of Whey Protein that is entirely vegan and has been ultrafiltered using the Micro Crossflow technology to provide the best and the most easily digestible form of Whey Protein. Whey protein isolate is rich in all the essential Amino Acids, which are necessary for building muscles, gaining strength, and recovery of the body. A single serving contains 6.28g of BCAA, along with other EAA and nutrients required for muscle building.
Egg whites: it is a natural source of protein, and egg white of a single egg contains approximately 18 calories of energy. It includes 130 different kinds of Protein and can provide all the essential amino acids required by the body.
Micellar casein: A rich Protein source of all the Branched Chain Amino Acids essential for the formation of muscle tissues. It provides the balance between the absorption and synthesis of the Protein assimilated in the muscles. It ensures that the Protein absorbed by the flesh is not wasted during metabolism to generate energy but is synthesized for music growth.
L-Glutamine: Major muscle component. It helps in Protein synthesis and arrests of muscle protein oxidation. It helps in fast recovery and improves brain functions.
L-ISOLEUCINE: The second one of the amino acids in the three branch chain amino acids, L-ISOLEUCINE, helps in the formation of hemoglobin, the vital component of blood. It also regulates the utilization of glucose by the body during physical activities, boosting energy levels, and causes rapid burning of body fat. It is an Essential Amino Acid and can be induced in the body only through dietary intake.
L-VALINE: The third amino acid completing the chain of three BCAA, L-VALINE, regulates the balance of Nitrogen in the body and also preserves the use of glucose, in addition to helping in muscle tissues building. The level of Nitrogen in the body is responsible for the recovery of the body after work out. The ideal state is the level of Nitrogen intake exceeds the Nitrogen output. This ensures that an ample amount of protein is present in the body to recover from the workout successfully. It also reduces fatigue during workouts. It, too, is an EAA.
Enzyme BlendBlend (amylase, protease, cellulase, lactase, stevia, Lo Han Guo.):
Digestion of protein and carb in the body. The digestive enzymes regulate the digestive system of the body by controlling the physiological and chemical processes involved in the breaking down of the nutrients.
It also contains Natural Flavor, Allergens against Milk, Egg, and Soy
Q: Is it a pre-workout or a post-workout supplement?
A: You can use it as a pre as well as post-workout diet.
Q: How to use it?
A: A single scoop can be used with 8-10 oz of water, half an hour before or after training sessions.
Q: Can it be used with other supplements?
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