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Advanced Whey Protein

Advanced Whey Protein

Price : Rs 2020.00/-

1) 26 gram protein per serving

---- Building blocks of Muscle

2) High in BCAA's & Whey Peptides

---- Maintain the growth & repair of muscle

3) High quality Whey Protein Isolate

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TRADE NAME  100% WHEY PROTEIN  ISOLATE
BRAND PERSONALITY  BUILDING BLOCKS OF MUSCLES
BRAND EQUITY INCREASE & REPAIR THE MUSCLE

 

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What is Protein and Why is it Important?

Protein is one of three macro nutrients used by the body for energy. These macro nutrients include protein, carbs and fats.Scientifically, protein is a series of amino  acids linked together like a chain. The links that hold these amino acids together are known as peptide links. Amino acids are the primary source for nitrogen in the body. Having a positive nitrogen balance is essential for proper muscle growth and repair.

In addition to its muscle building properties, protein is needed:

To keep a balanced PH level in the blood.
For muscle tissue preservation during dieting or cuts.
As an energy source when there are no carbohydrates available.
To build and maintain proper hormone levels.
For necessary chemical reactions to take place.
To keep the body’s immune system functioning properly.
For proper regulation of the body’s fluid balance.

Protein and Muscle Growth

Increasing your daily protein intake while on a resistance training program helps to    increase lean muscle mass..When you are involved with an intense weight training regimen, more muscle tissue then normal is in need of repair. This is the reason why weightlifters and bodybuilders need more protein. Muscle growth is more taxing on the body’s nitrogen balance then muscle maintenance.Frequent protein feedings insure a steady stream of amino acids, and help maintain a proper nitrogen balance.
 
Protein and Fat Loss

Protein foods are very thermogenic. Simply put, it requires more energy to digest  protein. The human body has to work 30% harder to digest protein foods then it does to    digest and process carbs and fats. For this reason, a high protein diet boosts your metabolism and aids in fat loss.Proper protein intake is also required for the body to    properly mobilize stored fat for energy. If you under eat protein, your body will have a    harder time drawing on fat stores, and may cannibalize muscle tissue for energy. This is one of the reasons why low protein diets can make you feel weak and tired.

Protein and Recovery

Protein plays a vital role in muscle recovery and workout “rebound.” When you work out, two things happen:

Your muscles are depleted of glycogen.
Your muscles are damaged, and are in need of repair.

The Stream of protein insures a proper nitrogen balance. And a positive nitrogen balance allows your body to be in “muscle repair mode”.

Extra protein is essential, especially for athletes who have frequent workouts, or for athletes who are cutting fat.

Benefits of Protein (Protein for Good Health)

Proper protein intake has numerous benefits for good health. They are:

---Anabolism.Eating protein keeps your body in an anabolic state. In terms of muscle    building, “anabolism” refers to the construction,

---Growth Hormone Regulation.Proper growth hormones levels are essential for good health.Eating enough protein insures that your body has the necessary building blocks to construct growth hormone. Growth hormone deficiency slows the metabolism, and can lead to lower bone density, muscle loss, and numerous other health problems including and number of psychological issues.

IGF-1

IGF-1 allows muscle cells to properly respond to growth hormone. IGF-1 contains over 70  amino acids. Without proper protein intake, IGF-1 levels can be lowered, making it harder for your body to utilize available growth hormone.

Metabolism.As stated previously, protein requires more energy to process, so inherently it boosts your metabolism. Eating less then ideal amounts of protein also makes it  difficult for the body to draw upon fat reserves.

Insulin

Protein helps lower insulin levels in the blood, which is a factor in proper energy  regulation.

Who can benefits from using whey protein supplements?

Body builders & Strength Trainers

Endurance Athletes

Those on weight loss program.

Team Sports Players

 

 

Serving Size: 1 Scoop (35g) Serving Per Container: 28
  Amount Per 100g % DV
Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Total Fat 2gm 3%
Saturated Fat 1gm 5%
Cholesterol 40mg 13%
Total Carbohydrates 3gm 1%
Protein 26gm 52%
Sodium 40mg 2%
Potassium 150mg 4%
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