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Amino Acid Loaded High Quality Whey!
In terms of the Macro-Nutrients, Protein is the most important of all. After water, which makes up 70% of your body, you are made of protein. It’s especially important when you train. As you exercise your body needs more protein and amino acids (the building blocks of protein) therefore your requirement increases. WHEY PROTEIN is well-known as the highest protein source available. Whey protein is effective in promoting protein synthesis which in turn promotes new muscle growth.
100% Whey Protein by F3 Nutrition is 80% Whey Protein Concentrate, two scoops provide 25 grams of protein.
• A source of BCAAs (including leucine, known to be actively involved in the process of protein synthesis) to promote muscle growth and fat loss.
• Helps promote fat loss when combined with the correct diet and an exercise program.
• Promotes normal levels of glutathione for immune system health.
• Easily digested, low-sugar, low- lactose, high quality protein provides energy.
What is 100% Whey Protein?
Whey protein is isolated from whey, which is the liquid substance that is a cheese by-product. The whey goes through a process to take out fat and other non-protein materials. To make a powdered supplement, the whey protein is then concentrated.
When is the best time to take 100% Whey Protein?
There are actually several key times: first thing in the morning, 30 minutes before you train and immediately after you finish working out. Drinking a whey protein shake at these times promotes a positive nitrogen balance and anabolic state. Additionally, consuming a whey protein shake post workout promotes recovery by providing the raw materials needed to repair lean muscle tissue, activate protein synthesis and promote new growth. Additionally, you can ingest a shake anytime you are going more than 3 hours without eating.
Can 100% Whey Protein help me reduce body fat?
Whey Protein is an ideal choice to help with fat loss. It can replace poor quality calories and provide hunger control.
How many grams of Protein do I need per day?
Here is a chart of suggested protein intake:
Recreational athletes: 0.5-0.75 grams of protein per pound of body weight per day
Competitive athletes: 0.8-1.2 grams per pound of body weight per day
Teenage athletes: 0.8-1.3 grams per pound of body weight per day
Athletes building muscle mass: 1.3-2.0 grams per pound of body weight per day
So if you’re trying to build muscle mass, and let’s say you weigh 175 pounds, you would need 262.5 grams of protein per day. That seems high but it needs to be noted that amount should be divided over 6 meals. This means you’re ingesting 43 grams per meal. To put that in perspective: one 4-ounce hamburger has 30 grams of protein, 6 ounces of tuna will have 40 grams, one ounce of cheddar cheese will have 7 grams, and one serving (2 scoops) of 100% Whey Protein contains 25 grams.
Should I use a blender to mix 100% Whey Protein powder?
A blender is not required. 100% Whey Protein mixes instantly and easily in a shaker cup or glass and spoon. You can use water, milk or the liquid of your choice. You can use a blender and incorporate quite a few great tasting recipes with your 100% Whey Protein.
Serving Size: 2 Rounded Scoop (37.9 Grams)
Servings per Container: 25
Amount Per Serving
Calories - 150
Calories from Fat - 25
Total Fat - 2.5g
Saturated fat - 1.5g
Cholesterol - 75mg
Total Carbohydrate - 7g
Dietary Fiber - 1g
Sugars - 4g
Sodium - 170mg
Whey protein concentrate, Cocoa, Maltodextrin, Cane sugar, Gum Blend (Cellulose gum, Xanthan gum, Carrageenan), Salt, Natural flavors, Silica, Acesulfame potassium, and Sucralose
Mix 2 scoops to 8 fluid ounces of cold water or the liquid of your choice.
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