Optimum Pro Product Claims:
New release of Bigger and Better Optimum Pro Complex is being introduced by Optimum Nutrition. This new advanced formula contains a 60 g multi-protein blend consisting of Whey Protein Isolates, Whey Protein Concentrate, Hydrolyzed Whey Peptides and Egg Albumen. More BCAA’s and Glutamine give it an amazing amino acid profile. This product was also compared with several other protein blends such as ProPeptide and Protein Plus, and guess what – Pro Complex came out on top. For a better results can be taken as a night time protein to get you a good source of protein, vitamins, and some minerals while your body is resting.
Servings Per Container 28
Ammount Per Serving:
Fat Calories 25
Total Fat (g) 2
Sat. Fat (g) 1
Cholesterol (mg) 75
Sodium (mg) 420
Potassium (mg) 200
Total Carbs (g) 4
Vitamin A (IU) 2,500
Sugars (g) 5
Proteins (g) 60 Vitamin C (mg) 30
Vitamin D (IU) 200
Vitamin E (IU) 30
Riboflavin (mg) .85
Niacin (mg) 10
Vitamin B6 (mg) 1
Folic Acid (mcg) 200
Cholecalciferol, Folic Acid, Sucralose(Splenda Brand). Pro Complex is a blend of whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, hydrolyzed whey peptides, and egg albumen.
Some advantages of Hydrolyzed Whey:
Recognized as the most digestible whey protein for human consumption. Partially pre-digested for better absorption by humans Protein molecules are split into smaller group called peptides. Egg albumen is the dried whites of eggs (AKA egg white). This contains more than half of the protein in a whole egg, and unlike the egg yolk, it does not contain the fats and cholesterol. Egg protein is referred to as the ‘perfect’ protein – it scores 1.0 on the PDCAA score, and 100 on biological value. Egg protein contains all the essential amino acids required by the body.
Optimum Pro Complex Taste Test:
Pro Complex is one fantastic tasting protein blend which comes with the standard chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry flavors. Pro Complex tastes nice, not too sweet, milk shake
like (if you use milk), and is great muscle protein shake for your body. Mixes easily with a shaker bottle, but you can also mix it just with a spoon. Try this method with a glass and spoon, to find it for yourself that it does completely mixes as promised, and there are no clumps. ProComplex is a fantastic protein blend, and is definitely worth a try! We’d give it a 9.8/10.
From The Blogosphere:
Hydrolyzed protein versus intact: effects on nitrogen partitioning In the sports nutrition industry, there is a gradual shift to using hydrolyzed proteins for their increased speed of absorption and inducing hyperleucemia and hyperinsulinemia, conditions that may promote a faster and greater response to recovery and skeletal muscle growth. A recent paper by Deglaire et al. confirms this is the case for casein protein, however it also reveals other important effects.
Essentials of Protein-Making Process and Muscle Building Hydrolyzed whey protein is the highest quality whey available. It is ultrafiltered and broken down into very short amino acid chains for better absorption into the stomach. At most, hydrolyzed whey makes up no more than 20% of the protein that you buy because hydrolyzed protein tastes very bitter.
Whey protein isolate and whey protein powder “Which whey protein should you be using; concentrate or isolate?” – is a question that is very commonly asked. This investigation of which whey to take is without a doubt one that has crossed the minds of many weight lifters when they stare at the shelves of the various kinds of whey protein powder available in the health food supermarket.
The Role Of L-Glutamine In Building Muscle L-glutamine remains the supplement of choice for many bodybuilders. It is a free form amino acid that can be found naturally in beans, meat, fish, poultry and dairy products. It is also an important component of protein powders and is one of the twenty non-essential amino acids found in the body.
The Truth about BCAA’s One of the most popular supplement choices around today are branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). These BCAAs are three essential amino acids found in high concentrations in things like whey protein, casein protein and meats. People use them for muscle building and during fat loss phases, and there is some research backing up their validity.Mail this post