Isolates have more protein intake with less fats and carbs than whey concentrate does.
Separating the components from whey protein.... whey isolates contain the higher percentage of pure protein and can be pure enough to be basically lactose free, carbohydrate free, fat free, and cholesterol free.
Building muscles requires dedication in weight training and a planned diet. Protein is the building blocks of muscle tissues, and protein is synthesized with the help of amino acids, some manufactured by the body, and others supplied through dietary intake. The body requires vast amounts of protein that can efficiently synthesize, before and after the training sessions. This helps to gain and restore muscle strength, rebuild and build muscle tissues and recover without fatigue or muscle breakdown. Most protein-rich foods can provide essential Amino acids. However, the body might take hours for protein synthesis. Ensure that the body is slammed with a protein supply if the muscle is what you want to build.
ISO Whey Protein loaded with the purest form of Whey protein isolate. A single rounded scoop provides 6.28 g of the three branch chained amino acids that are instrumental in muscle building. ISO Whey Protein is easily digestible, provides the body with the right amounts of minerals, carbs, and fats along with the muscle-building; blocks of protein.
Whey Protein Isolate: also known as the purest form of Whey Protein that provides the body with ample amounts of protein along with the minerals, carbs, and fats required for building muscles. 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.
Digestive enzyme blend: These enzymes help with the acceleration of 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 during digestion and assimilates the nutrients in the body.
It also contains blend, Natural and Artificial flavors, Emulsifier and Milk, 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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