Amino Acid Profile of Pure Whey Fusion
Expressed as a percent (%) of each amino acid per protein serving
Bioactive Protein Fractions in Pure Whey Protein Fusion
Ingredients: Whey protein concentrate (containing approximately 16% alpha-lactalbumin, 55% beta-lactoglobulin, 17% glycomacropeptides, 7% immunoglobulin, 5% serum albumins, soy lecithin and lactoferrin), maltodextrin (from highly-branched, low-glycemic waxy maize), crystalline fructose, natural and artificial flavoring, salt, xanthan gum, acesulfame-potassium. Contains milk derivatives.
Note: Nutritional Facts and Ingredients may vary slightly depending upon flavor.
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Q. When should I use Pure Whey Fusion?
A. If you're an athlete or physically active individual you should use Pure Whey Fusion around your training or workout session in order to capitalize on the body's nutrient absorption potential and recovery mechanisms.
Q. Do I still need to take a regular protein?
A. Yes. You may take a pure protein supplement, like Pure Whey Protein Stack, at all other times of the day if you are trying to minimize carbohydrate intake.
Q. Does Pure Whey Fusion contain any lactose? If so, how much?
A. Yes. Pure Whey Fusion contains whey protein concentrate, and whey protein concentrates do contain a level of lactose. Therefore, there is some lactose present. This averages about 1 g per serving depending on the flavor. For comparison purposes one 8 oz. glass of skim milk contains 14g of lactose and 8g of protein.
Q. Where does whey protein come from?
A. "Whey" is the name given to the watery part of milk that remains after making cheese. Whey is, in fact, a byproduct of cheese manufacturing that is rich in lactose, vitamins, minerals, and whey protein.
Dairy "whey protein" is composed of several different protein fractions that include: alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, bovine serum albumin, glycomacropeptides, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase, and the proteose peptones. Each one is nutrient-rich and essential in its own way, yet it is the combination of all these fractions that gives whey protein the nutritious and health-promoting value.
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