Whey Protein Isolate Strawberries & Cream
Delicious Whey Protein promotes energy production, lean muscle mass, and a healthy immune system.
Contains the highest quality Whey Protein Isolate available with 20 grams of protein per serving.
A delicious flavors without carbs, fat, cholesterol, and virtually lactose free.
Mix 1 scoop (30 g) with 12 oz. of milk, water or juice.
2 lb. jar = 30 servings
The grade-1 Whey Protein Isolate in our Strawberries & Cream Whey Protein provides a high percentage of pure, complete protein and is filtered enough to be virtually lactose free, carbohydrate free, fat free, and cholesterol free, with the protein left intact, while removing most of the unwanted leftovers.
Whey protein isolate is increasingly recognized as one of the most comprehensive forms of complete protein available. It is now well established that of all proteins, whey protein ranks at the top of the evaluation score for protein quality and its ability to support lean mass, according to the FDA, FAO and WHO’s preferred method for the measurement of the protein value in human nutrition.
Protein comes from a Greek word meaning “of first importance,” and is essential to life, health and growth. Most proteins contain 20 to 22 amino acids. Depending on your stage of life, 8 – 10 amino acids are considered essential. Proteins containing all the essential amino acids in the right amounts and proportion are referred to as complete proteins. These are the only proteins that the body can use to support tissue repair, maintain lean mass (muscle, bone, organ and connective tissue) and support and maintain healthy body functions, including enzyme activity, hormone balance, immune function and detoxification.
Proteins participate in virtually every process within the body. Every enzyme is a protein that catalyzes almost all of the reactions within the body, including those that govern metabolism and gene repair. Proteins are also used by the body to carry signals from one part of the body to another, to support immune responses, are important for hormone production and to form structures, both skeletal and muscular.