Whey protein isolate is often used for peri-workout nutrition because it's a top source of fast-acting essential amino acids. It has most of the lactose (carbohydrate) and fat filtered out, making it ideal for jumpstarting protein synthesis and the body recomposition process.*
- Supplies fast-acting essential amino acids*
- Jumpstarts protein synthesis*
- Fortifies immune function*
Whey protein isolate is a fast-acting protein used to jumpstart protein synthesis. Whey protein also contains immunoglobulins, which are proteins that boost immunity.
Whey isolate is gently membrane-filtered to minimize lactose, carbohydrate, and fat, then instantized for superior dispersibility. It's ideal for jumpstarting the muscle-building process and retains some immunoglobulins.
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