Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)

Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)
Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)
Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)
Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)

Iso Whey Zero Protein Tiramisu Flavored by Biotech USA (2270 Grams)

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Iso Whey Zero protein from Biotech USA is the effective way to boost your body with high-quality protein, BCAA, L-glutamine, and all the essential amino acids, quickly and easily. This protein doesn't have any sugar, lactose, or gluten, so it's suitable for people who are lactose-intolerant. It also has 88 mg of caffeine per serving to make you more energized.

Whey protein isolate 86%, creamer, L-Glutamine 2.5%, flavorings, instant coffee, emulsifier: lecithins (soy), thickeners (carrageenan, xanthan gum), salt, anti-caking agent (silicon dioxide),10 mg caffeine/100 ml ready to drink product, L-Leucine 0.2%, sweetener (sucralose), cinnamon, L-Isoleucine 0.1%, L-Valine 0.1%.
May contain traces of milk, egg, gluten, soy, crustaceans, sulfur dioxide, and nuts containing food.

Mix 1 serving powder (25 g = 1 scoop filled to the top mark = 2 heaped tablespoons) with 200 ml or 350 ml water in a shaker bottle. On training days, take 1 serving in the morning and 1 serving immediately after training. On resting days, consume 1 serving in the morning and 1 serving in the afternoon.

If you are taking any medications, are pregnant, nursing, or have any medical condition, please consult your doctor before taking any dietary supplement. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Keep out of reach of children.

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Benefits of protein

  • is a source of long-term energy that helps delay fatigue, scientists say
  • contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
  • helps you produce hormones that make you more alert and focused, study claims
  • contributes to a growth in muscle mass
  • may help you supply your brain with vital nutrients and maintain neuron signals transmission, according to the study.

Protein is a source of long-term energy that helps delay fatigue

Since your body uses protein as a long-term energy source, if your diet lacks it, a study claims that you may feel extreme fatigue and sleepiness. Plus, inflammatory processes may damage your tissues. If you don’t get enough protein, your body will lack repairing sources, causing pain and tiredness.

Taking protein in a supplement form will help you fight hunger and avoid blood sugar spikes when eating sugary snacks or quick, simple carbs. Plus, if you work out regularly, taking protein may bring you back to the gym faster since it helps repair muscles and tissues.

Resource: National Library of Medicine: Protein Intake, Fatigue and Quality of Life in Stable

Protein helps you produce hormones that make you more alert and focused

Daily routine makes you sluggish and causes brain fog? Still, maintaining a strong focus is essential for showing high productivity at work and in personal life. That’s where taking protein can help you - it helps your body produce dopamine and norepinephrine that make you more vigorous and alert. These hormones may allow you to concentrate on work tasks and waste less time on distractions.

Resource: Psychology Today: Brain Power: Why Proteins Are Smart

Protein may help you supply your brain with vital nutrients and maintain neuron signals transmission

Your brain consumes up to 20% of the energy that your body produces. No wonder it needs numerous nutrients and chemicals to maintain your health and stay productive simultaneously. Protein helps your brain receive more of these nutrients, maintaining chemical balance and improving your mental clarity. Plus, proteins serve as transmitters of neuron signals, so your thinking speed and brain health depend on the amount of protein you consume.

Resource: BrainFacts: How Much Energy Does the Brain Use?

What is protein?

Protein is a macronutrient made of amino acids present all over your body. It’s necessary for creating enzymes, responsible for digestion, and chemicals essential for inner processes. Its molecules serve as transmitters of neuron signals and participate in hormone creation, maintaining your hormonal balance. Protein digests slowlier in your intestine, which makes it a source of long-term energy. You can consume it with foods or as a supplement to meet your daily recommended dose.

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