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A Comprehensive Nutrient Source

Whey protein isolate stands out as a 'complete protein.' It encompasses all 9 essential amino acids vital for maintaining optimum body functions.


Aiding in Weight Management

One of the stellar attributes of whey protein isolate is its ability to support fat and weight loss, thanks to its complete amino acid profile.


Promotes Muscle Development

Both Whey Protein isolate and Concentrate can amplify protein synthesis in the body, thereby aiding in the enhancement of muscle size and vigor.


Elevates Metabolism

By coupling whey protein with an appropriate workout regimen, you can increase lean muscle mass, which in turn enhances metabolic rate and accelerates fat burning even when at rest.


Quicker Post-Workout Recovery

Ingesting Whey Protein after exercising can significantly expedite tissue repair, resulting in reduced muscle soreness and heightened overall activity levels.

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Pure and Untainted

Both Bare Blends Whey Protein Isolate and NZ Whey Protein Concentrate are devoid of unwanted hormones and chemicals, distinguishing them from many other whey proteins that may contain elements that disrupt hormonal balance.

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Supports Glutathione Synthesis

Whey protein is rich in certain amino acids crucial for the synthesis of glutathione, a paramount antioxidant in combatting infections. Research indicates that whey protein can significantly enhance glutathione levels, surpassing other protein sources. Its potential in cancer prevention and inhibiting HIV replication is also under examination.

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Strengthening the Immune System

Whey protein isn't just about amino acids. It comprises several immune-enhancing protein sub-fractions like betalactoalbumins, alpha-lactalbumins, lactoferrin, and immunoglobulins, coupled with the amino acid Glutamine.


Highly Digestible

Whey stands tall as one of the most digestible proteins available, given one isn't lactose intolerant. It possesses the peak Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS), signifying its optimal digestion and capability to provide essential amino acids for adults.