Whey Pumped - Vanilla 2.2 lbs.Ingredients:
(FORMULA # 111039_WHEY4)Supplement Facts:
Serving size 1 scoop (approx. 24.3 grams); Servings per container - 36; Amount per serving: Total Calories - 87; Calories from Fat - 9; Total Fat - 1g; Saturated Fat - 0g; Trans Fat- 0g; Cholesterol - 20mg; Sodium - 40mg; Potassium - 110mg; Total Carbohydrates - 1.5g; Dietary Fiber - 0g; Sugars - 1g; Protein - 18g; Ingredients: (Ultrafiltered, Low Temperature Processed Whey Protein Concentrate, Crossflow Microfiltered Whey Protein Isolate, L-Glutamine & Nitrozyme - a proteolytic enzyme preparation containing bioactive peptidases derived from a plant source), natural vanilla flavor, carageenan, stevia and Sodium Chloride. Typical Amino Acid Profile per 24.3g scoop: Alanine 800mg; Arginine 400mg; Aspartic Acid 1910mg; Cysteine 220mg; Glutamine Acid 3000mg; L-Glutamine 1000mg; Glycine 400 mg; Histidine 250mg; Isoleucine 1110mg; Leucine 1630mg; Lysine 1540mg; Methionine 330 mg; Phenylalanine 530mg; Proline 1070mg; Serine 910mg; Threonine 1040 mg; Tryptophan 380mg; Tyrosine 440mg; Valine 1040mg; The protein blend in Whey Pumped contains the following supportive immunofactors: 48-52% beta-lactoglobulin; 18-22% alpha-lactoglobulin; 20-22% glyco-macro-peptide; 2% immunoglobulins; 0.5-1% lactoferrin.
NO Aspartame or Acesulfame K; Highest Biological Value Protein; ZERO added sugars.Servings:
Directions: Add one level scoop (28 grams) of Whey Pumped to a 3-4 oz glass of water, milk, juice or blend with yogurt and fruit. When mixing, add liquid first, then powder and stir briskly until completely dispersed. Low Carbohydrate Diet (Weight Management Program): More than one scoop daily (possibly 2-3) is recommended for those trying to increase their dietary protein intake while decreasing intake of carbohydrates.Caution:
Use this product as a food supplement only. Do not use for weight reduction. Store in a cool dry place 15°C-30°C (59°F-86°F).Disclaimer:
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated statements contained herein. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional health care provider before changing any medication.