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Bluebonnet Nutrition - 100% Natural Whey Protein Isolate Powder Natural Original Flavor - 2.2 lbs.

Bluebonnet Nutrition - 100% Natural Whey Protein Isolate Powder Natural Original Flavor - 2.2 lbs.

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  • Bluebonnet Nutrition 100% Natural Whey Protein Isolate PowderNatural Original Flavor (1000 g)Bluebonnet Nutrition's 100% Natural Whey Protein Isolate Powder is one of the purest undenatured whey protein products on the market containing 26 g of protein/serving with no artificial flavors or sweeteners. Whey protein not only has the highest biological value (BV) of any protein it is also fast-acting which means that its naturally occurring immunoglobulins and essential amino acids such as BCAAs and glutamic acid are easily and readily available to the body for immediate use. No Artificial Sweeteners/Flavors No Added Sugar/Fat Low Sodium/Cholesterol Amino Acids & Protein PowdersAmino acids are the building blocks of protein and proteins are the building blocks of life. The human body is constantly assembling breaking down and using proteins on a daily basis. In fact 10 to 25% of caloric energy should come from high-quality complete proteins. However the role of amino acids is not only limited to the synthesis of proteins. They also function as intermediates in metabolism. There are twenty standard amino acids used by cells in protein biosynthesis. Of the 20+ amino acids 9 are essential and are required in the diet since the body cannot produce them. Nonessential amino acids on the other hand are produced in the body from other amino acids when given an adequate supply of nitrogen carbon hydrogen and oxygen. Yet even some of these nonessential amino acids are necessary at certain life stages or during certain situations which is why some are considered conditionally essential. In general although both animal and plant foods contain protein the quality of the protein is what differs. High-quality (complete) protein provides an ample amount of all nine essential amino acids.

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