SCIENCE IN SPORT Whey Protein Powder, 22g Protein, 5g BCAAs, 2.5g Leucine, Increases Rate of Muscle Protein Synthesis, Low Carb, Maintenance & Growth of Lean Muscle Mass, No Sugar, Chocolate, 2.2lbs
(as of May 19,2021 17:39:40 UTC – Details)
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INCREASED MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS: Added Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine to stimulate and support the growth of lean muscle mass to maximize training gains. The additional leucine has been included as it is an amino acid which serves not only as a building block for new muscle protein, but also increases the rate of muscle protein synthesis
AIDS REPAIR AFTER WORKOUTS: Breakdown in training and rebuild with protein. A blend of high quality whey protein isolate and concentrate combined with strength training offers a boost in strength, an increase in muscle size and lean body mass.
NUTRITION & RECOMMENDED USAGE: No sugar added with less than 1g of sugar per serving. Suitable for Vegetarians, Celiac safe, Gluten Free, Wheat Free and Nut Free. It is recommended that 1.4-1.6 grams of protein per 2.2lbs of body weight is consumed each day in order to promote lean muscle mass.
FREE OF BANNED SUBSTANCES: Whey Protein Isolate is tested under the Informed Choice Certification program. This approach involves testing every single batch of SIS finished product which leaves the Company’s factory, screened against the 2017 World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list.