PhD Pharma Whey
Pharma Whey by PhD Nutrition is one of the highest quality whey protein supplements on the market today, utilising a bioengineered Whey Protein Complex.
Pharma Whey combines a premium quality Whey Protein Isolate with Whey Protein Concentrate to rapidly saturate your muscle tissue with muscle-building amino acids to ensure faster recovery from intense workouts.
Pharma Whey is further enhanced with BCAA's and L-Glutamine to encourage an anabolic environment for lean mass gains. Along with a Digestive Enzyme Complex and Pro-biotic culture to support gut health, and assist digestion of these muscle-building nutrients, Pharma Whey ensures maximum muscle growth.
Key features or Pharma Whey:
- Bioengineered Whey Protein complex
- Added BCAA's and L-Glutamine
- Digestive Enzyme Blend for superior absorption
- Added pro-biotics to support gut health
- Anabolic protein matrix
PhD Pharma Whey Directions:
For optimum results use 2-4 servings of Pharma Whey daily. Ideally, use 1 serving upon waking, 1 serving 60-90 minutes prior to intense exercise, followed by 1-2 servings immediately upon completion of intense exercise.
1 serving = 1 scoop ( approx. 25g) mixed with 200ml water.
1 super serving = 2 scoops (approx. 50g) mixed with 400ml water.
PhD Pharma Whey may be used to:
Create an anabolic, muscle-building environment; Increase lean muscle mass; Improve recovery.
PhD Pharma Whey is great for:
Bodybuilders; Weight trainers; Team sports competitors (e.g. AFL player, Rugby players); Crossfit; Any athlete or sports person wanting to improve performance, build lean muscle and reduce recovery time.
PhD Pharma Whey Nutrition Information
|Serving size: 1 scoop (31g)|
|Avg. Quantitiy||per Serve||per 100g|
|120 cal||400 cal|
|Naturally Occuring Amino Acids|
|Non-Essential Amino Acids|
|Average Quantitty||Per Serve||Per 100g|
|Glutamine & Glutamic Acid||4.0g||12.9g|
|Essential Amino Acids|
Pharma Whey (banana flavour):
Protein Blend (Whey Protein Isolates, Hydrolysed Whey Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Peptides), Flavours, Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Malic Acid), Sweeteners (Acesulfame, Sucralose), Enzyme Complex (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Beta-D-Galactosidase, Lipase).
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