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Whey Protein Isolate
Whey Protein IsolateWhey Protein Isolate

Whey Protein Isolate

RRP FROM £29.95
Microfiltered Whey Isolate is the most digestible and highest Biological Value protein.
 
Supports muscular growth and recovery - perfect to consume post-workout
 
Naturally low in carbohydrates and fat
 
Available in 4 delicious flavours: Banana, Chocolate, Strawberry & Vanilla
 
Available in Size: 1kg, 5kg

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Whey Isolate has long been renowned for its ability to spike protein synthesis (muscle growth) specifically in the post-workout period where it’s particularly useful.
 
Whey Isolate is ideal for athletes looking for a high-quality, bioavailable source of protein that can support muscle growth and recovery and prevent catabolism (muscle loss).
 
In addition to this, Whey Isolate is also naturally rich in BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids) and glutamine.
 
Noted for its fast-acting digestion, Whey Isolate has long been a go-to choice for periods where athletes look to rapidly infuse their body’s with a high-quality protein source.
 
It’s typically consumed either first thing in the morning or post-workout, but can also be supplemented with throughout the day to boost overall protein intake.

IngredientsExpand
Ingredients: 
Whey protein isolate (Milk), Soya lecithin (emulsifier), flavour, sweetener (cyclamate), colour (beetroot red) in strawberry flavour only.

Directions For UseExpand
Directions: Add 2 heaped scoops (67g) to 1 pint of water. For best results use a Nutrisport shaker or shake in a screw top jar, otherwise mix with a fork. Use as an additional protein source between meals, two servings per day.
 
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy varied and balanced diet. Keep out the reach of young children. Store in a cool dry place. For Best Before date see lid

Nutritional DataExpand

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

 (dry basis*)

 

 

Per 100g

Per 133g daily serving*

ENERGY

1672 kJ/
395 kcals

2224 kJ/
525 kcals

Fat

6.1g

8.1g

of which saturates

4.0g

5.3g

Carbohydrates

7.8g

10.4g

of which sugars

6.9g

9.2g

Protein

76.5g

101.7g

Salt

2.0g

2.7g

*the above results are determined in the absence of water, which may comprise up to 6% as the powder absorbs moisture from the atmosphere.

Pack contains X servings

 

GRAMS OF AMINO ACIDS PER 100 g OF PROTEIN

 

Glycine

2.9 g

Threonine1

4.2 g

Methionine1

2.0 g

Alanine

3.6 g

Tyrosine

1.9 g

Cysteine

1.9 g

Valine1,2

6.7 g

Aspartic Acid

9.7 g

Lysine1

9.7 g

Leucine1,2

6.8 g

Phenylalanine1

4.6 g

Histidine

4.6 g

Isoleucine1,2

5.9 g

Tryptophan1

1.4 g

Arginine1

1.4 g

Serine

4.2 g

Proline

7.1 g

Glutamine / Glutamate

17.1 g

1 - Essential aminoacids

2 - Branched chain amino acids

PLEASE NOTE: Tryptophan from natural source


More InformaionExpand
WHEY PROTEIN is considered to be the most nutritionally complete protein available to athletes and bodybuilders. Easily absorbed and high in essential amino acids and branched chain amino acids which are lost during high intensity exercise.
 
The protein requirements of athletes is approximately 1.2 – 8g/kg body weight, compared with 0.8 – 0.9g/kg body weight for less active individuals. For heavy athletes this extra requirement is especially important. Muscle mass is increased by the rate of anabolism (growth), and decreased by the rate of catabolism (breakdown) during exercise.
 
1 Jordan M Joy, Ryan P Lowery et al The effects of 8 weeks of whey or rice protein supplementation on body composition and exercise performance. Nutrition journal 2013, 12:86
2 Paul, G. Rationale for consuming protein blends in sports nutrition (Jan 2010) – Journal of the American College of Nutrition.
3 Biore, Y. Slow and fast dietary proteins differentially modulate postprandial protein accretion. Proceedings Natl Acad. Sci 94 (1007) 14930-35
4 J Lemon PW et al Protein requirements and muscle mass/strength changes during intensive training in novice bodybuilders. J Appl Physiol 87:1992;73(2): 767-775
5 Lands, Grey and Smoutas: Effect of supplementation with a cysteine donor on muscular performance. J Appl Physiol 87: 1381-1385, 1999; (refers to whey protein isolate)
6 Damien P, McIntosh G, Owens J, 2005 High dietary protein reduces energy intake and visceral, subcutaneous and carcass fat. Journal of Nutrition 2005; (134:1454-1458).
7 Hall et al. casein and whey exert different effects on plasma amino profiles, gastrointestinal hormones secretion and appetite. Brit J Nutr 2003; 89:239-48
8 Hoffman J, Falvo M, 2004, ”Protein – which is best?”. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 3:118-130
9 Lemon WR, 1998. ”Effects of exercise on dietary protein requirements”. International Journal os Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 8 (4): 426-447
10 Wolfe, R.R. (2000). Protein supplements and exercise. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72, 551S-557S 
11 Cribb, P.J., Williams, A.D., hayes, A., & Carey, F. (2002) The effect of whey isolate and resistance training on strength, body composition, and plasma glutamine. Medical and Science in Sport and Exercise, 34, S1688
12 Phillips SM: Dietary protein requirements and adaptive advantages in athletes. Br J Nutr 2012, 108(Suppl 2):S158-S167.
 
*Protein contributes to a growth in muscle mass and contributes to the maintenance of normal bones. Low in fat when reconstituted as directed.
 
YOUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY
Nutrisport manufacture all our own supplements in our UK registered milk processing factory approved under Regulation (EC) no 853/2004, shown by the oval HEALTHMARK symbol. To view our certificates of analysis, visit www.nutrisport.co.uk
 
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