- NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS,
COLORS OR SWEETENERS
- 18 GRAMS OF COMPLETE PROTEIN
- FORTIFIED WITH 1,000 MG
- HORMONE AND BSE FREE
- MIXES EASILY
- TASTES GREAT
All Natural Whey
is a source of protein that was designed to help meet daily protein needs of men and women in all age groups. Highly digestible, All Natural Whey employs an ultrafiltered, low temperature processed whey protein concentrate with a cross flow microfiltered whey protein isolate to create a protein that is absorbed rapidly and retained within muscle tissue.* This naturally flavored formula is also highly concentrated in essential amino acids - half of which are muscle-sparing branced-chain amino acids (BCAA) that guard hard-earned muscles from catabolism, before, during and after workouts.*
All Natural Whey can benefit practically everyone, from elite athletes, those making healthy lifestyle choices, to growing children, teens and even the elderly. Fortified with L-Glutamine, an amino acid which often gets depleted during workouts, and cysteine, an important building block for one of the body's most important water-soluble antioxidants, glutathione.*
With the addition of Digest-All® AP, a proteolytic enzyme blend, All Natural Whey helps the body break down both short- and long-chain peptides to smaller, more readily absorbable peptides and amino acids for ideal digestion and absorption.* Digest-All® AP helps the body obtain more amino acids from ingested protein, which makes achieving positive nitrogen balance a more seamless process*
When an athlete takes All Natural Whey enhanced with Digest-All® AP, the body can absorb more amino acids directly into the bloodstream, which ultimately aid increases in muscle size, strength and lean body mass.*
Whey: Nature's Purest Source
Whey protein is nutritionally perfect. That means it contains adequate amounts of all the essential and nonessential amino acids required by the human body.
A complete protein is composed of all 9 essential amino acids in adequate quantities, and some of those are more critical than others. At the top of that list are the branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) that include leucine, isoleucine, and valine, which are absolute requirements for protein synthesis, and muscle growth.* Of the branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), leucine is most critical for athletes and for the protein synthesis, and All Natural Whey offers athletes a wellspring of this important amino acid.*
Compared to other protein sources, such as casein, soy, and egg/albumen products, whey is the gold standard for bodybuilding and strength athletes wanting to maximize their training.
CRITICAL MASS: IDEAL TIMES TO TAKE WHEY
Research teaches that there are more and less critical times to take in whey protein. One of those key times is pre-workout. Because whey protein is so rapidly digested and synthesized, taking All Natural Whey just 15 minutes prior to a workout can offer an edge to training that not only allows for peak performance, but also impacts how available muscle-sustaining amino acids and nutrients are to muscle tissue throughout the workout.*
Post-workout, whey is aboslutely cirtical within a window of time that will help support and repair the micro-damage to muscle fibers created by heavy resistance training, or endurance activities.* Vital to repair and restructure of muscle - and ultimately the building of new muscle fiber - as well as oxidative damage done to muscles during training, whey should be taken after a workout in order to enhance recovery and stimulate protein synthesis.*
Outside of these critical times whey protein can be consumed as a snack in between meals, before bed or even as a part of meal in order to reach ones desired daily protein intake.
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What's in MRM 100% All Natural Whey
Directions For 100% All Natural Whey: Add one level scoop to a 3-4 oz glass of water, milk, juice or blend with yogurt and fruit. When mixing, add liquid first, then powder and stir briskly until completely dispersed. Low Carbohydrate Diet (Weight Management Program): Recommended 1 scoop daily for those trying to increase their dietary protein intake while decreasing intake of carbohydrates.