According to Dr. G. Pasin, Ph. D., University of California-Davis California and Dr. S. L Miller, Ph. D. a growing body of scientific evidence indicates whey proteins deliver important physiological benefits for consumers seeking superior physical performance and recovery.
Whey proteins are both easily digested and have excellent metabolic efficiency, giving the protein a high biological value. They also contain the highest concentration of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) available from any natural food protein source.
This creamy flavor will satisfy your sweet craving without ruining your diet. Mixes easily with water or your favorite beverage.
Supplement Facts: Serving Size 1 scoop (24g), Serving per Container 38, Amount Per Serving: Calories 80, Calories from Fat: 0, Total Fat 0 (1%DV), Saturated Fat 0g, Sodium 30mg (3%DV), Potassium 0g, Total Carbs 2g (1%DV), Dietary Fiber 1g, Sugars 0g, Protein 18g, Vitamin A 0%, Calcium 2%, Vitamin C 0%, Iron 0%. Percent Daily Value (DV) is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
How Much Protein To Use:
To maintain fitness and overall health, the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for protein is 0.8 grams per kg body weight. However, an individual’s protein requirements also depend on lifestyle, physical condition, overall health, age, gender, carbohydrate status, previous level of protein intake, training level, and type, duration and intensity of exercise.
In general, the RDA is sufficient for a sedentary lifestyle, but exercise increases the need for protein. The American Diet Association (ADA) and other nutritionists associations have reported that 1.5 g protein per kg body weight, what is considered an adequate amount for athletes. Is required for maximum protein deposition for keeping the body in nitrogen balance, or to give a positive balance with increased muscle mass for certain athletes or other individuals requiring more muscle mass.
Nutritional considerations of strength/power atheletes participating in bodybuilding, weightlifting, wrestling, and self-defense are different than other sport groups. Nitrogen balance studies indicate levels of protein up to 2.0 g per kg body with per day may be required for endurance and strength/power athletes to remain in positive balance. Body builders are known to take in larger quantities of whey protein. Some consume higher than 2.0 g protein per kg of body weight. They recognize that increasing lean muscle mass requires addition protein intake and demanding bouts of exercise.
|Product: ||Craving Chocolate Protein|
|Brand: ||Next Level Protein Inc. (More Products)|
|Size: ||32 oz.|
|Dosage: ||Mixes easily with water or your favorite beverage.|