ISO Whey (Double Chocolate)
- 100% internationally sourced whey protein isolate
- 25g of Protein per 30g serving
- Less than 1g of Carbs per serving
- Power packed 5.56g of BCAAs & 12.06g of EAAs per serving
- Added Papain and Amylase for efficient nutrient absorption
Core 1 Nutrition’s Iso-Whey has been developed using internationally sourced Whey Protein Isolate. Iso-Whey has been scientifically formulated and engineered to delivery 25g of 100% Whey protein Isolate per 30g serving along with 5.56g of naturally occurring BCAAs and 12.06g of naturally occurring EAAs. Iso-whey is fortified with Papain and Amylase for better and most importantly fast absorption to give you true, fast and superior results.
Iso-Whey has maximum PER (Protein Efficiency Ratio :3.2), BV (Biological Value 104) & PDCAAS (Protein Digestability-Corrected Amino Acid Score:1.00). We have ensured standards of quality and stand out the best in comparison to any national or international brand.
Every single batch of Iso-Whey is tested for both banned substances and protein label claim verification and contains no undesirable substance.
30g approx. (1 Heaped Scoop) in 150 ml of water or use as recommended by a dietitian or licensed nutritionist.
What is the difference between whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate?
According to the Food and Drug Administration, Whey Protein isolate is a natural dairy protein powder made up of at least 90% protein.
As a protein source, whey protein isolate contains more protein than whey protein concentrate, which contains about 80% protein. In addition, whey protein isolate contains almost no sugar, lactose or fat. Although whey protein isolate packs more protein, whey protein concentrate is the most economical option per gram of protein.
How much Whey Isolate should I consume?
A commonly recommended dosage is 1–2 scoops (around 25–50 grams) per day, usually after workouts. It’s recommended that you follow the serving instructions on the packaging. Keep in mind that if your protein intake is already high, adding protein on top of your current intake may be completely unnecessary. Concerns about protein causing kidney damage and contributing to osteoporosis are unwarranted.
Who should use Isolate?
The reasons people choose whey isolate over concentrate is due to the lower fat and carb content, and therefore lower calories content per serving. If you are lactose intolerant then whey isolate is the protein powder for you. Just be careful not to buy a blend of whey isolate and concentrate, as this will remove the benefit of no lactose and lower fat and carb content. If you are on a strict low-calorie diet or currently watching calories carefully to prepare for a bodybuilding show or competition, whey isolate will be the better product for you
- Do not introduce wet scoop in the powder
- Pregnant mothers, children or people with medical condition should consult healthcare professional before use.
- This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Keep away from Children
- Not to exceed the recommended daily usage.