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Ingredients & Benefits
BCAA COMPLEX HMB L-GLUTAMINE AMINOGEN MCT FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDE RESVERATROL GREEN TEA EXTRACT ENZYME BLEND COQ10 GRAPE SEED EXTRACT CREATINE MONOHYDRATE VITAMIN A VITAMIN B COMPLEX VITAMIN C VITAMIN D3 CALCIUM MAGNESIUM POTASSIUM SELENIUM SODIUM SUPPLEMENT FACTS TABLE
Protein is considered a key nutrient in older age. Dietary protein provides amino acids that are needed for the synthesis of muscle protein, and importantly, absorbed amino acids have a stimulatory effect on muscle protein synthesis after feeding.
Recommended protein intakes may, therefore, need to be raised in older people in order to maintain nitrogen balance and to protect them from sarcopenic muscle loss.
Studies have confirmed that consuming a blend of proteins can provide a prolonged delivery of amino acids to the skeletal muscles, making it optimal for consumption for individuals concerned with addressing age related muscle loss.
Our protein complex provides a scientific combination of three high quality proteins selected specifically to aid digestion, increase protein synthesis and to prevent protein breakdown.
KEY BENEFITS :
•Our protein complex contains both whey protein isolate and concentrate which are both rapidly absorbed combined with casein which requires several hours to be digested.
•Since whey rapidly increases protein synthesis and casein blocks protein breakdown, a combination of both is considered to be ideal.
•For maximum absorption, and to support healthy digestion, we have included whey protein isolate in combination with whey protein concentrate to reduce the amount of lactose, fat and carbohydrates while providing the high quality protein needed support aging muscle.
CLINICAL SUPPORT :
Data supports the ability of dietary protein to acutely stimulate muscle protein synthesis in aging individuals and that moderately increasing daily protein intake beyond the recommended daily allowance may enhance muscle protein anabolism and provide a means of reducing the progressive loss of muscle mass with age.
A study published in The
 
Journal of Nutrition
 
•Casein provides a prolonged plateau of amino acid concentration in blood plasma lasting over 7 hours. The result is a sustained release of amino acids into the blood stream.