Whey Protein Concentrate
Why BodyFirst Whey Protein Concentrate
- Whey Protein Concentrate is the go-to supplement for beginners.
- Protein that is digested quickly and absorbed maximally with enzymes (ProHydrolase®).
- Has the efficacy of a hydrolysate.
- 23.4 g of protein per 30 g of the sachet.
- Fast releasing protein for better muscle recovery.
- Reduces muscles soreness and helps in building muscles.
- Powdered with the efficiency of a Hydrolysate.
- No artificial sweetener, sugar or preservatives.
- Best quality ingredients sourced internationally.
- Unique delivery in sachet form. Lump Free & Travel Friendly.
Supports healthy lifestyle
Supports healthy lifestyle
Have you heard of a hydrolysate at the price of whey protein concentrate? We have developed a good supplement but at an economical price. Choose your whey to a healthier lifestyle and a happier gut.
Free of Artificial Sweeteners
More Amino Acids in Blood
Improves Protein Digestion
Boosts Muscle Recovery
Enzyme (Blend) Proteases(ProHydrolase®)
Whey Protein Concentrate (AvonlacTM 282)^, Enzyme (Blend) Proteases (ProHydrolase®, a registered trademark of Deerland Enzymes, Kennesaw, USA), Anticaking Agent (INS 551). ^AvonlacTM 282 is a trademark of Glanbia Nutirionals, Inc.
At BodyFirst®, we ensure that each of our formulations is conceptualized and developed around providing maximum benefit to everyone with a par excellent team. Our policy is to sell only what we consume. We take pride in the hours of work we have given to create a product with cutting-edge technology and an added advantage that makes it unique from every other product out there.
Every serving of our product is powered with a super dose of ProHydrolase®, a scientifically studied enzyme complex that has shown to increase protein digestion and absorption as compared to having protein alone. This formulation makes more amino acids available for building muscles and recovery during the critical window before which it is excreted from the body. This exclusive combination allows whey protein to be broken down (hydrolysed) very quickly and efficiently without the use of any chemicals. Now imagine making every gram of your whey protein actually available to your muscles. Isn’t that the whole purpose of buying a protein supplement?
Whey protein is made up of smaller amino acids and also contain all the essential amino acids. The quicker the protein is digested and absorbed as amino acids, the better it is for muscle recovery. When whey protein takes longer or does not break into its smaller amino acids, it can cause indigestion and bloating, especially in those who are sensitive to irritation from these large molecules. ProHydrolase® here acts like the drop of lime that curdles milk and fastens the process of making paneer. It quickens the digestion and increases amino acids by 20% in the bloodstream as compared to taking whey protein alone.
Directions To Use
Directions To Use
- Take your BodyFirst® Whey Protein Concentrate sachet (30 g) and add it to a shaker/bottle.
- Pour in 150 ml of cold water.
- Shake the mixture well and consume within 5 minutes of preparing the drink.
- Alternatively, BodyFirst® Whey Protein Concentrate (30 g) can be added as a topping on a recipe of choice at room temperature.
1 Sachet of 30 g per day is one serving of high quality protein for beginners. One can have upto 3 sachets a day depending on the protein requirement. Drink ample of water throughout the day.
You could have it to supplement your breakfast with proteins, as a snack, 45 minutes pre-workout to prevent muscle catabolism or within 30 minutes post workout to aid muscle recovery.
Who can consume?
Who can consume?
- Vegetarians who do not meet their daily 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
- How is concentrate different from isolate? Whey isolate has a higher protein with negligible carbohydrates as compared to concentrate. Also, whey concentrate requires further high end processing to produce an isolate, which usually increases the cost. Depending on your activity level and your budget, you can choose either of the two.
- Are there any side effects of consuming proteins? Your protein intake should be based on your requirements, any medical condition and activity level. If you are consuming proteins as per your needs, it is unlikely to have a problem. Also ensure to have sufficient water through the day so that the body can function smoothly.
- How is BodyFirst® Whey Protein Concentrate with ProHydrolase® in comparison to Hydrolysates? Hydrolysed whey protein is usually derived by treating whey protein isolate or concentrate with acids/chemicals that break it down into small amino acids chain. The innovative ProHydrolase® Enzyme Technology breaks down the protein in real-time when you mix it with water without compromising the taste when consumed immediately. Instead of chemicals, enzymes that are naturally present in your body are used in the form of ProHydrolase® that is also scientifically evaluated.
- 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 a whey protein concentrate? Very often we cannot meet our protein requirement through diet alone depending on our meal preferences and portion sizes. Protein deficiency can disrupt every system of your body as protein is part of every cell. Supplements are taken in addition to your diet to provide you with the nutrients in the quantities that diet alone may fail to provide you with.
- 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 3 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 metobolize the nutrients.
- Why are proteins consumed with enzymes? Enzymes breakdown protein quickly to enable maximum digestion, thereby, preventing protein losses because of undigested protein. Enzymes also ensure a better absorption of the protein by breaking them into smaller amino acids.
- Why should I buy this product? The combination of protein with enzyme has many credits. First, within 30 minutes, 90% of the protein is digested and absorbed. Second, 20% more amino acids were found to be present in blood with this combination rather than taking whey protein alone. Third, inspite of the improved efficiency of the product, it is still light on your pocket.