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The Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein is a complete solution for body builders and atheletes developed by Ultimate Nutrition and people who are aiming to build lean body muscles.The supplement contains not only whey proteins, but also essential and non-essential amino acids that are helpful in building muscles after an intense workout.

Power Enhanced protein supplement

The Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein contains special whey proteins, which are a combination of whey protein isolates, whey protein concentrates, and whey peptides. It also contains soy lecithin. Whey proteins are absolutely helpful in developing fat-free muscles and strength. Consuming whey protein gives you the desired result of building muscles without adding fat. When you are vigorously exercising, your body may make you feel hungry all the time. By adding the Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein to your everyday diet after exercising, you can curb the urge of hunger and avoid the fat to develop in your body.

Helps in toning and building muscles

The Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein is recommended for both men and women and it comes in chocolate flavour and you can blend it with water or milk to make a delicious drink that can be taken both before and after your workout. As it contains only 1 g fat per serving, it can be consumed by health- and diet-conscious people. Its strong amino acid profile proves helpful in toning, building and maintaining muscles. This supplement supports easy muscle volumisation and recovery post workout.

The word ‘whey‘ refers to milk serum which is the liquid by-product produced during the curdling of milk.

Whey protein contains 20% of the proteins that are present in animal milk. The other 80% is made up of casein.Whey protein is a mixture of globular proteins that have been isolated from the milk serum during production.

Whey protein contains all 9 essential amino acids. Among these amino acids, the BCAAs (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine) are present in high quantities. The BCAAs account for 35% of the essential amino acids present in the muscle protein and 40% of the preformed amino acids required by mammals. All these combined give Whey protein the highest biological value than any known protein supplement.

TYPES OF WHEY PROTEIN

Whey protein is of three types:

Concentrate (WPC) : This is produced via ultrafiltration of whey or milk serum. This type of Whey protein is usually 80% protein. The rest of the product consists of lactose (4-8%), fat, minerals, and moisture.


Isolates (WPI) : Produced by a variety of membrane filtration techniques with the goal of reaching more than 90% protein concentration and the removal of most lactose constituents, this type of Whey protein is a good protein source for individuals with lactose intolerance as it is devoid of fat and contains little or no lactose.


Hydrolysate (WPH) : This type of Whey protein is produced via enzymatic hydrolysis of either WPCs or WPIs. Essentially, this acts as a method of 'pre-digesting‘ the protein by separating peptide bonds; hence the time for digestion and absorption of amino acids will be reduced. Highly-hydrolysed whey may be less allergenic than other forms of whey.

HOW MUCH TO USE

There is no universal answer to this particular question since everybody's protein needs vary. Protein requirements vary depending on an individual's age, gender, weight, medical conditions and the nature of the workout one does. The first thing to do is to determine your caloric and macronutrient allotments. After calculating the BMR(Basal Metabolic Rate) and applying the Harris-Benedict Principle, one could know how many calories are needed on a daily basis.

Step 1- Calculating BMR:

Men

BMR=66.4730 + (13.7516 x weight in kg) + (5.0033 x height in cm) – (6.7550 x age in years)

Women

BMR = 655.0955 + (9.5634 x weight in kg) + (1.8496 x height in cm) – (4.6756 x age in years)

Step 2- Applying the Harris-Benedict Principle :

The following table enables the calculation of an individual's recommended daily calorie intake to maintain  optimum weight.

Little to no exercise

Daily calorie needed =BMRx1.2

Light exercise (1-3 days per week)

Daily calorie needed =BMRx1.375

Moderate exercise (4-5 days per week)

Daily calorie needed =BMRx1.55

Heavy exercise (6-7 days per week)

Daily calorie needed =BMRx1.725

Very heavy exercise (twice per day, extra heavy workouts)

Daily calorie needed =BMRx1.9

WHEN TO USE

The best results can be seen when Whey protein is consumed in the morning, after a workout. If you exercise regularly, it may be best to consume a Whey protein shake immediately following a workout. It is recommended to consume at least 15g of protein after each workout.

Your body is highly sensitive to insulin after exercise and shuttles carbohydrates and proteins into muscle cells instead of fat cells. This sensitivity declines post-workout until ~2 hours at which point it reaches baseline.

Furthermore, the anabolic effects of insulin are synergistic with amino acids. Given the rapid absorption of whey, it is an ideal choice for post-workout to take advantage of the insulin-amino acid synergistic effect.

STORAGE

Storage of the Whey protein under cool and dry place is highly recommended. Whey protein can be denatured by heat or high temperature. Heat-denatured whey can still cause allergies in some people.

ALLERGIES

No matter which Whey protein you choose, make sure to read the label carefully. It’s also important to talk to your doctor before starting any new supplement or diet program.

With many additional ingredients in all the three Whey proteins, it’s essential to know what your body is able to process or if you have any allergies to certain foods.

Increased risk of dehydration with excess intake of Whey protein.
Possible risk of calcium loss. Very large amounts of protein intake results in increased acid production. Calcium is released from bone as a buffer for the increased acid load.These side effects can generally be easily alleviated by monitoring your total protein intake and making sure you are aware of any possible food allergies that you may have. If a nominal dose of Whey protein consistently causes stomach or gastro intestineal issues, consider trying a different Whey protein supplement or adding in a digestive enzyme to take along with it.

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