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Vital Greens Vital Protein (Pea Protein Isolate) Free With Shaker with this item
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$79.95
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HydroxyBurn Lean 5 by Body Science
$59.95 - $139.95
$69.95 - $199.95
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BSc Nitrovol Lean Muscle Protein
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$89.95 - $169.95
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Amazonia RAW Slim & Tone Amazonia Raw Protein Isolate 1kg Deal
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$49.95 - $79.95
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Horleys ICE Whey
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$108.95 - $209.95
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Amazonia RAW Protein Isolate Amazonia Raw Protein Isolate 1kg Deal
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Balance 100% Natural Whey
$49.95 - $94.95
$109.95 - $230.95
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Balance Plant Protein
$59.95
$74.95
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Designer Physique Pea Protein Isolate
$59.95 - $149.95
$77.14 - $229.31
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Designer Physique Whey Protein Isolate
$65.95 - $169.95
$92.50 - $306.59
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Body Science BSc Whey Ultra 100% Whey
$54.95 - $119.95
$79.95 - $159.95
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AST VP2
$74.95
$89.95
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BSN Syntha-6
$49.95 - $124.95
BSN Syntha 6 EDGE
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$68.95 - $199.95
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Max's Super Shred
$89.95
$89.95
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Prana On Natural Mass
$59.95
$79.00
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Prana On Power Plant Protein
$69.95 - $189.00
$69.95 - $189.00
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Maxines Night Time
$64.95
$89.95
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Musashi Shred and Burn
$74.95
$119.95
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Designer Physique Whey Protein Concentrate
$54.95 - $149.95
$72.78 - $198.46
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Musashi Bulk Extreme
$64.95
$99.95
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Amazonia RAW FIT Thermoburn
$45.00 - $99.00
$45.00 - $99.00
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Amazonia RAW Paleo Fermented Protein Amazonia Raw Protein Isolate 1kg Deal
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$42.95 - $69.95
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About Protein Powder

Protein powders are nutritious and tasty options for anyone struggling to get enough protein through their diet, or for anyone who wants to experience the benefits of an easily digestible and convenient protein source. Protein powders can come from a range of different sources, including pea, rice and sacha inchi seed, and animal sources, such as beef, dairy and egg. Simply mix in water, milk or juice and you're away—liquid nutrition at its best. Alternatively, they can be used in cooking, such as high-protein cakes, muffins and pancakes should you find yourself in a creative mood with a little time up your sleeve. 


 

There are many benefits associated with the use of protein powders, with research still undertaken to this day despite a solid scientific focus for decades. This is due to the fact that protein is such an important source of nutrition, delivering the essential amino acids, which can beneficially impact the body in so many different ways. Interestingly, pea protein and rice protein have been demonstrated to have an excellent essential amino acid profile, and supports lean muscle tissue accrual in a comparable way to whey protein. Though whey protein is still certainly a leader in this category due to the sheer amount of data in support of its use and its unbeatable nutritional profile. Whey protein is the only protein tested to this day with a biological value higher than egg. Egg, for a long time, has been considered the gold standard in terms of protein quality. All proteins are generally compared to egg essential amino acid profiles in order to better understand their quality or potential biological value.


 

These days, there is no possibility of getting bored with flavours. Gone are the days when protein powders only came in vanilla, chocolate and plain. Now we have a range of delicious flavours, like salted caramel, cookies and cream, and mocha cappuccino, to name a few. The most selective and scrutinising palates can find a flavour that excites the taste buds and will make you count down the minutes to your next shake. Protein powders come in different energy values, some as low as 96 calories per serve, while the mass gainer powders for those in need of a calorie-rich option can be as high as 1,250 calories per serve. 


 

Some protein powders, such as whey protein isolate—hydrolyzed or not—are popularly used after exercise due to their rapid digestion and absorption. This means that the amino acids that make up the protein find their way to muscles rapidly, where they assist with muscle recovery. However, after exercise isn't the only time you can use protein. It may be taken as a snack, or with a meal that is low in protein. They really are a convenient way to help you meet your daily protein needs.

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