4 gm Glutamine & Precursor
12 gm EAA'S
450 GM, 900 GM, 2 KG, Travel Pack
Choco Fudge, Cafe Mocha, Cookie & Cream, Mango Shake, Blueberry Smoothie, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Any 3 Flavor
RAPID & MAXIMUM ABSORPTION
SUPERIOR MUSCLE RECOVERY
GLUTEN & SUGAR FREE
1.What is the difference between whey protein and ISO protein?
The difference between whey protein and whey protein isolate lies in the amount of protein contained per scoop of protein powder. Isolates are processed and filtered to contain approximately 90-percent protein per scoop, with the majority of the fat and lactose
2.Can lactose intolerant people ISO whey protein?
Yes. Isolate whey protein offers significant benefits even for those with lactose intolerance. It's a high-quality nutrition source that provides essential amino acids -- in just the right amount -- that are easily absorbed.
3.Which one is better Whey Protein or ISO whey protein?
Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) is rapidly digested and often considered the best type of protein powder, as it contains 90% protein, a low level of lactose, and low amounts of carbs and fat. It’s also a ‘complete protein,’ meaning it contains each of the nine essential amino acids.
4.What is recommended use of it?
For best results Add 1 scoop (26 grams of protein per serving) to 6-8 ounces of cold water, milk or other beverage and consume it 30 minutes after your workout, training or running session.