3 Animal Source Proteins in Hyrdolysed & Isolated forms
Egg White Isolated
High Anabolic Activity
High Amino Acid Profile
Unique 3X Animal Protein Formula 90%
- THE FIRST PROTEIN FORMULA COMBINING MEAT-EGG-WHEY PROTEINS
- 3 EXTRA HIGH ANABOLIC PROTEIN SOURCES
- HIGH CONCENTRATION IN EAA’S AND BCAA’S
- EXTRA HIGH PROTEIN CONCENTRATION 90%
- ONLY ISOLATED & HYDROLYSED FORMS FOR INSTANT BLOOD DELIVERY
- ALMOST NO CARB AND NON FAT, IDEAL FOR LOW CAL DIETS
The purest form of whey protein
Isolac® is a powerful whey protein for muscle building and recovery
Whey protein isolates contain at least 90% protein including all the essential and branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) required for muscle growth.
As a pure source of high quality protein and is soluble in a wide pH range, Isolac® is perfect protein boost for popular sports supplements formats such as nutritional bars, powders and RTD beverages.
With the exceptional amino acid composition and superior benefits that comes naturally from whey, Isolac® is a perfect protein choice for a range of applications such as;
- milk protein alternative for people with lactose intolerance
- protecting lean muscle mass during calorie reduction
- supplementing infant formula
- premium protein source in clinical nutrition.
|ISOLAC® WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATES|
|Features||• Superior source of protein
• Excellent biological value
• Rich source of essential amino acids (EAA)
• Naturally high in branched chain amino acids (BCAAs); leucine, isoleucine, valine
• 100% natural
• Low lactose
• Low fat
• Low glycemic index
• Kosher and Halal approved
• Suitable for vegetarians
• Produced to the highest quality standards
• Fully traceable to farm source
• Non GM
|Nutritional profile||• Protein 91% (dry basis)
• Fat 1.0%
DigeZyme® in Sports and Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness:
Results from a Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Clinical Trial
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), a particular type of muscle soreness, is a well-documented phenomenon, often occurring as the result of unaccustomed or high intensity eccentric exercise. Muscle shortening, enhanced passive stiffness, swelling, low on strength and power, localized soreness and disturbed proprioception are the common symptoms associated that often occur within 24 h post-exercise and lasting for 3–4 days.
To date, significant research has been done on the treatment of DOMS but none are satisfactory in preventing or treating DOMS. Drugs like NSAIDs (e.g. ibuprofen) are widely used but are known to impair and lengthen the healing process as well as cause various side effects making them no-so-fit.
However, studies have suggested that using enzymes could be a better alternative. Sitosterols, plant sterols and protease enzymes have been found to alleviate DOMS-associated pain and inflammation. Oral supplementation of protease enzyme has been known to improve injury recovery time.
In a recently published double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial efficacy of DigeZyme® in reducing pain associated with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) induced by standardized eccentric exercise was evaluated. In this study, 20 healthy male participants were to receive either placebo or multi-enzyme complex capsule (50 mg) thrice a day for a period of 3 days.
Results suggested that that DigeZyme® was able to decrease the associated pain and tenderness induced by exercise. Decrements were also observed in McGill Pain Questionnaire showing high significance in the active arm (Fig. 1 and Fig. 2). There was also a declining trend in the level of pro-inflammatory biomarkers (creatine kinase and lactate dehydrogenase).
Consume 1 scoop (30gr) in 250ml of water immediately after training.
In periods of high protein requirements, use 1 extra scoop of CompleteX3 90% 1 hour before training
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