100% Whey Isolate
Our whey protein isolate is packed with 25g of high-quality protein per serving. As an essential food group, it is important for everyone to get adequate protein every day for health. This blend also contains digestive enzymes to aid in the breakdown and absorption. It’s ideal for exercise, recovery, or to curb your cravings.
Whey Isolate is made from Ultra-Filtered Whey Isolate that is extremely low fat and lactose and contains both Papain and Protease for protein absorption, and no cheap ingredients, like Glycine or Taurine, to increase protein levels. It is absorbed immediately, flooding your muscles with key amino acids. This makes Whey Isolate the perfect protein to take immediately after your workout, when your muscles crave protein the most.
- Prevent muscle loss
- Helps build muscle
- Reduces appetite and cravings
- Boosts metabolism
- Reduces inflammation
Flavours: Chocolate, Vanilla
Serving Size: 29g
Servings Per Container: 907g
Side effects and Interactions: Contains dairy – people that are lactose intolerant should refrain from consuming this product
Keep out of the reach of children. Pregnant or lactating women, the chronically ill, elderly, individuals under the age of 18, those taking prescription medications (e.g., blood thinners) as well as those with a physician-diagnosed medical condition should consult with a physician, pharmacist, naturopath or other qualified healthcare professional prior to taking dietary supplements.
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