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Max' SuperWhey Review

Posted on February 27, 2014

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What is Max’s SuperWhey and who should use it?

Max’s SuperWhey is a protein powder designed for lean muscle gains that contains a blend of fast and medium absorbing proteins that provides 40g muscle-building protein per serve. 

Whats in Max’s SuperWhey?

Firstly, SuperWhey utilises Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) which is absorbed almost immediately to saturate the bloodstream with muscle-building amino acids to create an anabolic environment for muscle growth. Then the fast-absorbing Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) goes to work to continue anabolism and muscle tissue recovery and repair. Max’s SuperWhey then puts the medium absorbing Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) to work which provides a slower release (compared to HWPI & WPI) of amino acids into the bloodstream to provide the muscle tissue with more anabolic amino acids to support muscle growth for maximum muscle gains.

The advanced WPI sources contain protein fractions - high glycomacropeptide (GMP) and high beta whey fraction. High GMP is thought to play a major role in tissue repair which is imperative to new muscle growth. High Beta Whey Fraction is rich in BCAA’s which provide energy to working muscles and also essential to protein synthesis. SuperWhey also contains a blend of vitamins and mineral to assist overall wellbeing important for training at your peak.

Max’s SuperWhey’s Taste and Dosage

Max’s SuperWhey comes in 2 amazing flavours: Banana Smoothie and Chocolate Blitz. It mixes easily and leaves no grainy residue.

Just 2 scoops (50g) of SuperWhey in water or is required to assist recovery and lean mass gains or for a thicker shake higher in calories you could use skim milk.

For best results use Max’s SuperWhey 2-3 times per day. One of these doses should be taken within 30 minutes post-workout to take advantage of the “anabolic window”.