Milk and whey consists of 40% whey protein-concentrate, which is the protein that has the highest biological value. Whey protein has good muscle-building qualities and also affects the body´s own production of antioxidants. Whey is the protein source that is most like muscle protein. Milk and Whey also consists of milk protein isolate which is rich in casein. Because of the fact that milk protein naturally consists of 80% casein and 20% of whey, the final product has a ratio of 1:1 between kasein and whey.
Pure breast milk!
Milk and whey is a protein supplement with the same proportions between casein and whey as that which is in breast milk. It is probably this combination that gives the best muscle growth, because the growth is at its peak when we are babies. And nature is seldom wrong!
|Nutritive values||per servering 25g||per 100 g|
|Energy (kJ/kcal)||400/ 92||1600/ 368|
|Protein||20 g||80 g|
|Carbohydrates||1,5 g||6 g|
|of which lactose||1,5 g||6 g|
|Fat||1 g||4 g|
|Sodium||160 mg||640 mg|
|Calcium||100 mg||400 mg|
|Potassium||60 mg||240 mg|
|Magnesium||15 mg||60 mg|
Net weight: 2000g
Servings: 36 servings á 25g
Flavours: Peach-Mango, Strawberry, Blueberry, Chocolate
Suggested use: 25g (2 scoops) mixes in 5 dl of water or milk. Scoop is inside the container. The product can reduce in volume during transport and storage.
For exact serving of 25g, use a scale.
Ingredients: Milk protein isolate (from milk), Whey protein concentrate (from milk), Defatted cocoa powder (only in chocolate flavour), flavor, colour (red beet extract only in peach-mango, strawberry, blueberry), riboflavin (only in peach-mango), sweetener (aspartam, acesulfam-k), contains sources of phenylalanine.
Milk and Whey is manufactured in Sweden HACCP certified and FDA approved manufacturer.
Good to know…
Regular exercise gives an increased net synthesis of muscle protein. 72 hours after a single workout an increased protein synthesis has been found. Exercise not only increases the synthesis but also the breaking down of protein. Only in combination with nutrition, a net increase of synthesis and a growth of muscle protein are attained. (Blomstrand et al, 2006)