Whey protein isolate (MILK)
Anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide.
No known allergens.
1 serving (13 g)
|1554.8 kJ / 372 kcal||202 kJ / 48.3 kcal|
|0.5 g||0.06 g|
Of which saturates
|0.3 g||0.03 g|
|4.2 g||0.5 g|
Of which sugars
|1.8 g||0.2 g|
|0 g||0 g|
|61 g||8 g|
|5.4 g||0.7 g|
|Potassium||2 g||0.26 g|
|Calcium||0,39 g||0.05 g|
|Magnesium||23 mg||3 mg|
Mix one scoop (one serving) with 500 ml of water. Drink one serving per hour.
Recommended for low-intensity exercise shorter than 2 hours. For longer exercise, we recommend the intake of carbohydrates.
Intra Protein Drink is a complete novelty in the world of sports nutrition, designed to protect your muscles when exercising with empty glycogen stores and without supplementing carbohydrates but does not cause a suppression of fat oxidation rates during exercise. In simple terms, use this drink during exercise when for whatever reason you want to avoid carbohydrates.
Feed your muscles with the purest form of whey protein isolate (WPI 90). Get the full amino acid spectrum. You can use it even if you are lactose intolerant.
Replace only the electrolytes you need to sustain optimal hydration throughout your exercise and allow your body to function as intended.
We never compromise when it comes to the quality of our ingredients. Expect only the best and the most natural stuff we can get.
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- Nduranz Whey Protein Isolate (WPI 90)
- Nduranz Electrolyte Mix
- Free of WADA-prohibited substances
- No harmful additives, artificial flavors, colorants, or sweeteners
- Suitable for lactose-intolerant individuals
Quantity: 400 grams / 1000 grams
Electrolytes: salt, potassium, calcium, magnesium
Serving size: one scoop (13 grams)
Servings per container: 30 / 75
Flavors: lemon, mango
Leucine-enriched protein feeding does not impair exercise-induced free fatty acid availability and lipid oxidation. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25471599/
A theoretical framework for carbohydrate periodization and the glycogen threshold hypothesis. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29453741/
Enhanced endurance performance by periodization of carbohydrate intake. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26741119/
Effect of initial muscle glycogen levels on protein catabolism during exercise. ↪️ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7380688/