INFINITE PRO® 100% WHEY ISOLATE MAY HELP TO:
- BURN BODY FAT FOR SUSTAINED ENERGY*
- PROVIDE FAST AMINO ACID ABSORPTION*
- INCREASE METABOLIC RATE*
- INCREASE MUSCLE RECOVERY*
Jam-packed with 25 grams of high quality whey protein isolate and essential and non-essential amino acids, this low lactose and low carbohydrate isolate will provide you with enough protein in each delectable shake to ensure optimal lean muscle development and recovery.*
Infinite Labs® Infinite Pro® 100% whey isolate is designed for one main purpose – to allow our consumers to ingest a protein that causes the most significant gains and fastest muscle amino acid penetration, thus the biggest anabolic protein synthesis boost.
Whey protein is a by-product of the cheese-making process – isolate being the dietary supplement created by filtering milk protein. Whey isolates have had their base component (water) eliminated and are usually considered nearly lactose and cholesterol free; they are at least 90% protein by weight. Whey protein goes through various processes, in particular microfiltration, before it can be considered “isolate”.*
The primary difference between concentrate and isolate whey is that the isolate is in a purer form. Furthermore, isolate contains more protein with less fat and lactose per serving size; whey isolate usually contains between 90–94% protein while whey concentrate has a protein ratio of 70-85%.*
Infinite Labs® Infinite Pro® 100% whey isolate has a high biological value (BV), meaning that the amino acid ratio is optimal for building muscle; a large proportion of the protein consumed is absorbed and utilized by the body in a highly efficient manner. Protein consumption is vital in the bodybuilding world due to this ability to be digested rapidly, while also helping the post-workout body back from a catabolic state (muscle-wasting) to the ideal anabolic state (muscle–building).*
|Protein Source||Bio-Availabilty Index|
|Whey Protein Isolate Blends||100-159|
Not all proteins are created equal.
Bio-availability represents the percentage or scale rating of how much your body can assimilate certain protein sources. Your body and digestive systems absorb some proteins better than others. Certain sources will provide a higher amino acid profile.
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- Kimball Scott; Jefferson, LS (2006). Signaling Pathways and Molecular Mechanisms through which Branched-Chain Amino Acids Mediate Translational Control of Protein Synthesis. Journal of Nutrition 136 (1): 227S.