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Whey Protein (Chocolate)

Whey Protein (Chocolate)

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Why Should You Try Whey Protein (Chocolate Flavor)?

Our Whey Protein in Chocolate Flavor is a premium quality supplement, derived from grass-fed, non-GMO sources. It's an ideal choice for those dedicated to building muscle and enhancing athletic performance.

Lean Muscle Growth

This whey protein is highly effective in promoting lean muscle growth, providing the essential proteins needed for muscle development.

Muscle Recovery

Post-workout, it's crucial to aid your muscles in recovery. Our Whey Protein facilitates faster muscle recovery, helping you get back to your workouts with less downtime.

Enhanced Athletic Performance

Regular consumption of this protein supplement can lead to enhanced overall athletic performance, thanks to the improved muscle strength and recovery it supports.

Lowers Blood Pressure

Whey protein has been shown to have beneficial effects on blood pressure, contributing to overall cardiovascular health.

Adding Whey Protein (Chocolate Flavor) to your diet is not just about enjoying a delicious chocolatey treat; it's about supporting your fitness goals with a high-quality, effective protein source.

Whey protein concentrate has a very high nutritional value and is among the best-studied protein supplements in the world. This is because whey protein isn’t just protein but also contains essential biological nutrients that benefit the body. 

This supplement grows muscle fast and clean while also supporting speedy muscle recovery.

Ingredients: whey protein concentrate, Stevia Extract, Dutch Cocoa Powder, N&A Flavors, Gum Powder, Sea Salt, and Silicon Dioxide.

Flavor: Chocolate.

Product Amount: 2lb (907g)

Manufacturer Country: USA

gluten freeantibiotic freenon gmocorn freesugar freeanti inflammatorymuscle recoveryweight controlathletic performancemuscular strengthblood glucosecholesterol controlmen's healthwomen's health50+ SeniorsAnti FatigueCardiovascular Health

Suggested Use

Add one level scoop to 8-10oz of your favorite cold liquid (water, milk, etc.). Just a few turns with a spoon or shakes in a shaker bottle and completely mixed and ready to drink. Take 1 serving of protein 30 minutes before training and another immediately after training. On non-training days use 2 or 3 times daily.

Product Safety

Warning: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if the safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.

The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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  • Protein and Obesity

    A meta-analysis of a control group showed that whey protein supplementation seems to improve body weight, total fat mass, and some CVD risk factors in overweight and obese patients.

  • Protein and Strength

    Dietary protein supplementation significantly enhanced muscle strength and size changes during prolonged RET in healthy adults. Increasing age reduces, and training experience increases the efficacy of protein supplementation during resistance exercise training.

  • Protein and Body Composition

    Whey protein that contains higher amounts of essential amino acids can considerably modify muscle synthesis. After extensive studies, results showed a significant increase in lean body mass after whey protein supplementation. Researchers found no significant changes between soya protein supplementation and body composition parameters.

The science you need to know

Protein and Recovery

Whey protein (WP) is a widely consumed nutritional supplement that enhances strength and muscle mass during resistance training (RT) regimens. Muscle protein anabolism is acutely elevated following RT, which WP further enhances.

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Protein and Fatigue

Protein Therapeutic Applications

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The Science You need to know

Protein Therapeutic Applications

Whey, a protein complex derived from milk, is touted as a functional food with several health benefits. The biological components demonstrate a range of immune-enhancing properties. In addition, whey can act as an antioxidant, antihypertensive, antitumor, hypolipidemic, antiviral, antibacterial, and chelating agent. Several clinical trials have successfully concluded using whey to treat cancer, HIV, hepatitis B, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and as an antimicrobial agent.

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