ISO-RAW (100% Whey Protein Isolate)
Why BodyFirst ISO-RAW (100% Whey Protein Isolate)?
- As the name suggests this product is only raw isolate protein without any additions.
- 90% protein from the complete protein whey in each serving.
- Sourced from the best in the industry.
- Aids in meeting protein requirement to build muscle.
- Suitable for those who are lactose intolerant.
- Negligible in carbs and fat.
- Easily mixes with beverages of choice.
- Keto friendly protein source.
- No artificial sweetener, sugar or preservatives.
- Unique delivery in sachet form. Lump Free & Travel Friendly.
Whey to Protein Sufficiency
Whey to Protein Sufficiency
With the best quantity and quality of protein in a sachet that can be easily mixed with any beverage you like, there is absolutely no reason for you to miss your daily dose of protein. Be it post your workout or as a healthy high protein snack, BodyFirst® ISO-RAW with 27 g of protein per sachet is a great pick to meet your health goals.
Carbohydrate, Lactose & Fact
Premium Quality Protein
Free Of Artificial Sweeteners and Added Sugar
Lean Muscle Mass
Whey Protein Isolate (Provon® 292)^, Anticaking Agent (INS 551).
^ Provon® is a registered trademark of Glanbia Nuritionals, Inc.
Direction to Use
1 Sachet of 30 g per day is one serving of high quality protein for beginners. You can take upto 2 sachets a day depending on your protein requirements. Drink ample of water throughout the day.
You could have it to supplement your breakfast with proteins, as a snack or within 30 minutes post workout to aid muscle recovery.
Who can consume?
Who can consume?
- Vegetarians who don’t meet their protein requirements
- Those who have very high level of physical activities / strenuous workout
- Those who are on a calorie restriction diet and do not meet their protein requirements
- Senior citizens who are not able to consume sufficient amount of protein from their daily diet.
- Non vegetarians who find it difficult to consume large quantities of non-vegetarian sources to meet their requirements.
- Individuals on a keto diet or other high protein and low carb diets.
- Those always on the move without an option for good nutrition.
Whey Protein Isolate from Glanbia Nutritionals, Inc., USA
Whey Protein Isolate is a dairy-based source of protein. It is a by-product of the cheese industry. Whey protein is dried and filtered to produce different types of whey protein powders. Isolate is referred to whey proteins that have 90% protein content.
Isolates are relatively easy to digest and have a negligible content of fat, carbohydrates and lactose. This makes it suitable for those who are lactose intolerant or those on a high protein diet or meeting protein requirements on a ketogenic diet. By composition, whey is a complete protein with all the essential amino acids that our body cannot produce. Being a rich source of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA), whey also helps in muscle recovery.
Our isolate has undergone cross-flow microfiltration which allows the protein to have exceptional purity and also allows it to retain the undenatured proteins that are naturally found in whey protein.
- How is BodyFirst® ISO-RAW in taste?BodyFirst® ISO-RAW has a neutral flavour and hence can be mixed with any beverage of choice as per your taste.
- Do I need to consume a protein supplement?If you meet your dietary protein requirements through your food, there is no need to take an additional protein supplement. However, most of us find it difficult either to eat too much protein or our food preferences limit the amount of protein we consume in the diet. In such a case, a supplement can be consumed along with normal diet to ensure that your daily requirements are met.
- Why should I take an isolate?Isolates have a higher content of protein and negligible carbohydrates. Hence, they are a supplement of choice if your protein needs are higher or if you are lactose intolerant. As your workout routine intensifies, one can start consuming isolate to meet their protein requirement.
- Is it safe to consume a supplement? Check if there are any ingredients in the supplement that you are allergic to on the supplement lable. If you are lactose intolerant, then choose whey protein isolate as the lactose content in it is negligible. Supplements are safe to consume as long as you read their labels carefully and are fully aware of what you are consuming.
- How many sachets can I consume in a day? While beginners can take 1 sachet a day. Those on an exercise regime must calculate their requirements and also check how much protein they consume through diet. Upto 2 sachets can be consumed by those exercising regularly or as advised by your nutritionist.
- How to choose the best protein supplement?Analyse your protein requirements. Verify how much protein you get through your diet and then supplement the rest. Use a supplement that provides you all the information on the label. Look mainly for protein and avoid buying supplements only because they have added BCAAs or if they have higher than the typical amino acid profile of a specific amino acid.
- Will having protein increase muscle?Protein in a specific amount (0.8 to 1 g protein per kg body weight) is required for normal functioning. For building muscles, one has to exercise and consume a higher (1.2 to 2 g protein per kg body weight) protein intake than what is required for just day-to-day functions. While consuming higher protein is good, it is used to build muscle through exercise.
- Does protein cause kidney problems?Protein is required by the body for its normal functioning. Every cell of the body contains protein. So it is important to consume a minimal amount of protein for your age, gender, height and weight, keeping your medical conditions in mind. At the same time, it is important to have a good hydration status to help the body metabolize the nutrients.
- Why is there a difference in the percentage of whey in different supplements? Whey like all other protein sources contains macronutrients (lesser amounts of carbohydrates and fats along with a higher quantity of good quality protein), moisture and minerals. The higher the protein content, the better the value for money.
- Can protein cause digestion issues? It is best to gradually start proteins especially if you are not used to consuming protein supplements or protein rich foods in your diet. A sudden large volume of protein can cause some digestive discomfort in individuals who have an irritable bowel syndrome.