USN Blue Lab Vanilla Whey Premium Protein 454g
23.6g of supreme quality whey protein per serving. Premium formulation for: Optimal muscle support and recovery. Optimal nitrogen retention and amino acid conversion. For best results throughout the day, before and after training. 23.6g protein = 1 scoop. 47.2g protein = 2 scoops. *Nutrient reference values (NRVs) for individuals 4 years and older (2010). Amino acid profile (grams/32g): Alanine – 1.1. Arginine – 0.6. Aspartic acid – 2.5. Cystine/cysteine – 0.5. Glutamine/glutamic acid – 4.0. Glycine – 0.4. Histidine** – 0.4. Isoleucine** – 1.5. Leucine** – 2.4. Lysine** – 2.2. Methionine** – 0.5. Phenylalanine** – 0.8. Proline – 1.4. Serine – 1.1. Taurine – 0.0. Threonine** – 1.7. Tryptophan** – 0.4. Tyrosine – 0.7. Valine** – 1.3. **EAA (essential amino acids). *BCAAs (Branched chain amino acids). The ingredients used to formulate this product are not sports banned substances. Professional athletes should refer to the USN website for more information on prohibited substances in sport. Tolerase™ is a trademark of DSM. Tel: 086 1111 876. email@example.com. www.usn.co.za. Manufactured in South Africa.
Quantity in pack:
New. USN®. 23.6g protein per serving. 14 total servings. 5.2g BCAAs per serving (naturally present). Blue Lab™. 100% whey premium protein. Isolate + hydrolysate + concentrate. Vanilla flavour. Daily. Anytime. Ideal time. Strength. Muscle. Recovery. Tolerase™ L. 454g e.
Recommended use: 23.6g protein serving: Mix ± 1 scoop (32g) into 150-200ml of cold water. Optimal 47.2g protein double serving: Mix ± 2 scoops (64g) into 300-400ml of cold water. Shake well for 30 seconds, settle for 60 seconds, shake again before drinking. Adjust your protein intake from 1-5 servings depending on your physical goal and protein requirements.
Protein Blend (Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Hydrolysate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Milk Protein Concentrate), Flavouring, Sodium Chloride, Stabiliser Non-Nutritive Sweetener Blend (Sucralose, Acesulfame-K), Tolerase™ L (pH – Stable Lactase).