Indulge your muscles lactose-free
Supplying your muscles with high-quality nutrients is essential for normal muscle function, muscle growth and maintenance. Like yourself, your muscles also like to “eat well”. Would you like to indulge them and yourself with a delicious and creamy protein shake, but lactose is blacklisted for you? You don’t have to miss out on effective protein supplements and milky flavours, even if you are lactose-intolerant! The favourite flavours of the creamy and delicious 100% Pure Whey are now available by popular demand also lactose-free! Indulge your muscles without any limitation!
Let’s see the facts!
How, when, for whom
Protein as a nutrient
Protein is an essential building block of our body, a source of nutrients made up from amino acids produced by our body and supplemented from external sources. It contributes to maintaining and growing muscle tissues. You need more protein if you regularly do sports, if you want to increase your muscle mass, if you want to lose weight or as you get older.
Why a protein supplement?
A quick, convenient and highly effective way to take in proteins is taking protein supplements; all you need is protein powder, a shaker and some water. Protein powder is easy to digest. Protein powder can be derived from milk as well as from animal or plant sources or their combination. Their absorption can be fast (30-40 minutes), moderate (1-2 hours) or slow (more than 2 hours).
Like all BioTech USA products, 100 % Pure Whey Lactose-free consists of safe and carefully selected ingredients.
Mix 1 serving (28 g, 1 scant measuring spoon = 2 heaped tablespoons) with 250 ml water and drink twice a day. On training days, drink one serving within 45 minutes after workout, and another one between two meals. On rest days, drink 1 serving in the morning and 1 serving in the evening. Use a shaker to prepare your drink.
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