Whey protein has a plethora of benefits but it is most commonly used in order to promote muscle growth. Read on to find out the many more positives…
Research suggests adding whey protein to the diet can assist people to lose excess weight as it can act as an appetite suppressant.
Whey protein lowers insulin levels by slowing the rate at which glucose is absorbed by the blood stream, this consequently facilitates the body’s ability to burn fat; great news for anyone on a diet who needs a little bit of help to kick start their weight loss! It contains all the essential amino acids your body needs in order to build and repair tissues. It is also low in carbohydrates, another positive for people monitoring body composition closely.
Research also suggests that milk based proteins may be superior to protein found in meat and fish for example as it can help improve the rate at which protein is deposited in muscle and promotes amino acid uptake.
Using whey protein in combination with resistance training has been shown to help build muscle mass more quickly and with better results than if only consuming protein from meat, fish and eggs.
Although athletes and people exercising usually take whey protein when they want to put on muscle mass there are other great benefits for the body which will have a huge benefit long term.
Impact Max Protein has been formulated to cater for individuals wanting to increase protein consumption while at the same time keeping carbohydrate levels low too.
We have designed a very high quality source of protein that is easily digestible and quickly absorbed by the body.
Naturally high in branched chain amino acids and a high biological value which means that the amino acid ratio is excellent for building muscle and a larger proportion of protein consumed is absorbed and utilised by the body.
Our specialised formula contains absolutely no artificial colours flavours or preservatives and has been tested by HFL Sport Science for contaminated substances to prove its suitability for consumption by elite level athletes.