Whey Protein, Digestive Enzymes and the FACTS
It is no longer good enough to just rely upon faith that the protein you are consuming is going to work.
1Whey Protein includes ProHydrolase Digestive Enzymes this addition of a high quality, clinically proven protease blend, means you can know for sure that you have a BETTER "WHEY".
This is crucial, because you do not feel your muscles being built and repaired, although you may feel the “afterburn” of a particularly rigorous session.
PROHYDROLASE® PROVIDES A BETTER “WHEY” FOR MUSCLE BUILDING, SAYS CLINICAL STUDY
The most recent double-blind, placebo controlled clinical study of the multi-enzyme compound ProHydrolase® combined with whey protein has shown improved digestion and absorption of amino acids along with reduction of the immunogenic responses associated with whey protein consumption, compared to whey protein alone. The researchers gave 20 volunteers (aged 19 to 35 with normal healthy BMI) whey protein with ProHydrolase® for nine days and whey protein by itself for nine days. At the end of the study, the researchers found that total amino acid concentrations increased significantly (by 55 mg) more after taking the whey protein and ProHydrolase supplement than after just the whey protein-only supplement. In other words – taking whey and ProHydrolase provided 20% more amino acids than whey protein by itself.
ProHydrolase, when consumed with a whey protein supplement, encourages pre-digestion of the protein, allowing for the release of the full content of the essential amino acids for building muscle and improving muscle recovery. This pre-digestion also ensures formation of smaller peptides, reducing the potential for discomfort that is often associated with protein consumption. In the digestive process, whey protein is broken down into peptides, which are themselves broken down into amino acids that become absorbed in the intestinal tract. If the whey isn’t broken down properly, it is simply excreted. Often, large peptides (comprised of more than seven amino acids) may cause digestive discomfort.