Whey Protein Isolate Unflavored 2 lbs.
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Whey Protein Isolate is our highest quality and best selling protein supplement that is both bioavailable and easily digested. Whey Protein Isolate has a naturally occurring high concentration of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) made up of Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine which are important for efficient muscle metabolism. These qualities make Precision Engineered Whey Protein Isolate the ideal supplement for active individuals or those on high protein diets.
This convenient powder is available in a variety of flavors and sizes.
- Nutrition Facts
- Serving Size 1 Scoop (33 g)
- Servings Per Container about 27
- Amount Per Serving %Daily Value**
- Total Fat0.5 g 1%
- Saturated Fat0 g 0%
- Trans Fat0 g 0%
- Cholesterol15 mg 5%
- Sodium110 mg 5%
- Total Carbohydrate<1 g 0%
- Dietary Fiber0 g 0%
- Total Sugars< 1 g
- Added Sugars 0 g 0%
- Protein 24 g 48%
- Vitamin D 0 mcg 0%
- Calcium60 mg 4%
- Iron 0 mg0%
- Potassium 187mg 4%
- Vitamin A 0 mcg 0%
- Vitamin C 0 mg0%
- Phosphorus 60 mg 4%
- Magnesium16 mg 4%
- **Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/fact-sheets/lead-and-lead-compounds.
Tips and Tricks
The powder is instantized for easy mixing. So, for an extra treat, blend with fruit or your favorite non-fat frozen yogurt. These are exceptional ways to mix your PE Whey Protein Isolate if you
Tip: Vary the liquids you mix it in! You can use water if you’re limiting calories, or milk, almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk - really any liquid you desire will do! Just remember whatever you add into your shakes will change the nutritional profile so keep that in mind if you’re paying attention to your diet.
Tip: Protein Packed Iced Mocha - milk of choice, ice, and coffee with your protein!
Tip: “Minions Style” Shake - add a banana!
Tip: Breakfast Shake - add instant oatmeal, steel cut oats, or chia seeds and cinnamon for a fiber boost
Tip: Add a tablespoon of peanut butter or a serving of powdered peanut butter (if you’re counting calories) for a flavor boost! (Can also be blended with “Minions Style”)
Tip: Add a scoop of Matcha Green Tea, Greek yogurt, and cinnamon for an awesome flavor thats packed with antioxidants, probiotics, and protein!
Q. Can I use it as a meal replacement?
A. You absolutely can, although it is suggested to ask your doctor or nutritionist how many calories would constitute a meal when replacing it with a shake. Isolate is, as its name suggests, focused on solely providing additional protein. That means it is very low in calories, fat, vitamins, and the like. Follow some of our recipes to “bulk” up your protein scoop so you get more satiety from it! Many of our customers use it as part of their healthy diet since it provides a great source of protein without a lot of excess calories. It’s also perfect for people on the go - all you need is a shaker cup!
Q. Which is better whey protein or whey protein isolate?
A. The processing steps used in the production of whey isolate result in a purer, higher protein content with lower fat and carbohydrate content per serving. Isolate is also absorbed more quickly than whey concentrate and contains less lactose for those who are concerned about consuming a dairy derived protein.
Q. What does whey protein isolate do?
A. Whey Isolate contains a range of amino acids, which are absorbed quickly by the body. The aminos found in whey protein help to increase or maintain lean muscle mass. The more lean muscle mass you gain or maintain, the more likely you are to experience increased strength and calorie burning!
Q. When should I drink whey isolate?
A. Our customers have reported the best results by using a scoop of isolate in a shake within a half hour of completing their workout. Isolate is fast absorbing and will feed your muscles when they are craving it - your muscles are looking to repair and recover immediately following a strenuous workout!
Q. Can I take whey protein without working out?
A. Absolutely! In 2013, a study was conducted that asserts increased whey protein ingestion with and without exercise training is associated with enhanced weight loss, body composition and subjective hunger in overweight and obese individuals. That means, the benefits of consuming whey protein isolate extend a further reach into the lives of those inside and outside the fitness community.
WHOLE FOOD SOURCES
Q. Can I use it as a meal replacement?
Whey Protein Isolate is derived from milk (although very low in lactose content) so there is no other way to get this type of protein! However, if you are looking for high protein foods, here are some suggestions:
Eggs -Almonds -Chicken Breast -Oats
Greek Yogurt -Milk
Lean Beef -Tuna
FREQUENTLY PURCHASED TOGETHER
BCAAs - Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are a group of three essential amino acids - meaning we can only get them from an outside protein source or supplement. People typically use BCAAs either before or during a workout to help increase recovery, reduce exercise induced fatigue, and in turn aid in lean muscle development.
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HMB - HMB is a metabolite of leucine, a Branched Chain Amino Acid (BCAA). May help support strength levels and muscles when used in combination with weight training. Containing a unique formula of Calcium as B-Hydroxy B-Methylbutyrate Monohydrate (HMB), Precision Engineered® HMB is formulated for muscle and strength support.
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