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PhD Nutrition Pharma Whey

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Pharma-Whey Most Whey Proteins are similar these days. Sure not all of them taste as great as PhD Pharma-WheyTM, but they all contain natures most pot...

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ProCheap, High conc. of protein, tastes good, looks g...

ConsGives you gas, bubbles when mixed.

Phd Pharma Whey is one of the leading brands in Whey protein supplements. Available in a range of flavours, it claims to help you gain lean muscle with its mix of proteins and amino acids. The Science: Ok, generally speaking, protein supplements should only be taken to make up for any shortfall...

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“Great tasting, easy mixing.”

published 23/08/2008

ProTastes great, easy to mix and goes down well.

ConsCosts slightly more than some other whey powders o...

This is one great tasting protein shake. I have tried this stuff in both chocolate and mint chocolate flavours. Both are delicious and mix really well, and pack 20g of protein per 25g serving. Theres 90 servings in a 5lb tub. I would say this stuff has given me pretty good gains. I take 1 for...

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Pharma-Whey Most Whey Proteins are similar these days. Sure not all of them taste as great as PhD Pharma-WheyTM, but they all contain natures most potent muscle building source of protein. With all that covered, whey protein products are becoming a little bland, most companies have nothing much else to say on the matter, we all accept Whey is the best and the story endeth there. Here at PhD however, things are different. Rather than simply provide what we believe is the best-tasting whey protein product on the market, we have delved further into whey protein technology to bring you a whey protein that does everything we already know about, plus a whole lot more. 1) Quality Whey protein blend- Our specific, unique blend of the two finest Whey Protein sources known to man was designed to provide the athlete with the best of both worlds and the finest taste on the market. With the ultra-high Bioavailability of Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) providing instant protein synthesis and similarly large amounts of Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) to provide immune system benefits and a great creamy taste, Pharma-WheyTM gives you the ultimate in whey technology. 2) Added BCAAs and L-Glutamine- Not intent on simply providing whey protein as the only source of muscle enhancement and tissue repair, PhD have formulated Pharma-WheyTM with added amounts of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) and L-Glutamine. These 4 amino acids are accepted as being vital to the muscle repairing process and tantamount to an effective athletic lifestyle. 3) Could aid with weight management- Cholecystokinin (CCK) and Glucagon like peptide (GLP-1) are associated with satiety (feelings of fullness and appetite satisfaction) Two studies investigated the effects of two milk proteins- Casein and Whey Protein- on food intake and subjective ratings of fullness and hunger, as well as postprandial metabolite and gastrointestinal hormone responses. Blood samples were taken at regular intervals and tested for amino acids, insulin, glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide, GLP-1 and CCK. The findings showed that those using Whey Protein experienced higher circulating levels of amino acids and higher levels of CCK and GLP-1. These findings show that Whey Protein could have an invaluable role to play in weight-management and weight-reduction programs. (1) Its a simple equation. If you feel fuller, youll eat less, crave less and binge less. . 4) Helps to promote growth of pre-biotics, the precursors to friendly bacteria- The term pre-biotic refers to a non-digestible food ingredient that beneficially affects the host by selectively stimulating the growth and/or activity of one or a limited number of bacteria in the colon\ (2) There are many components of Whey Protein that have been found to potentially enhance intestinal health and increase pre-biotic activity. Lactose (found naturally within all whey proteins) has been shown to support lactic acid bacteria (such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli). Stalic acids (types of oligosaccharides), which are typically attached to proteins commonly found in Whey, have also been shown to possess prebiotic effects. (3). However, three additional components of Whey have been found to beneficially affect prebiotic formulation. The first is a protein called glycomacropeptide (GMP). GMP is derived from the partial enzymatic breakdown of kappa-casein during cheese production, becoming a component of whey. GMP has been shown to support the growth of bifidobacteria. (4). The second Whey-derived prebiotic is lactoferrin (Lf), which has been shown to support the growth of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. (4). Interestingly the third Whey component with prebiotic potential is a mineral that is found in high amounts within all quality whey protein formulations. Calcium phosphate has been shown to selectively stimulate the growth of intestinal lactobacilli and decrease the severity of salmonella infections in rats. 5) High in anti oxidants- Pharma-"

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Long Name: Pharma Whey, Whey Protein Pharma Whey Sport Supplement, Pharma Whey and Lean Degree Sport Supplement, Pharma Whey Sport Supplement, 2 Pharma-Whey Sport Supplement, Buy Pharma Whey Sport Supplement

Type: Protein Powder, Protein; Sport Supplement, Sport Supplement

Flavours: Chocolate Cookie; Strawberry; Vanilla

Manufacturer: PhD Nutrition, PhD

Type for Subname: Sport & Energy

Dosage Form: Powder

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