KETO WHEY PROTEIN
- Keto protein. For ketogenic diets.
- Low in sugars.
- Suitable for vegetarians.
- With medium-chain tryglycerides (from coconut).
- With digestive enzymes. Digezyme®.
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Keto Whey Protein from HSNketo a vegetarian food preparation powder, based on protein isolation from whey milk, medium chain triglyceride oil and Digezyme® enzymatic complex intended for food.
The protein used in Keto Whey Protein has been obtained from the milk of pasture-fed cows, with low sugar content, and extracted by cross-flow microfiltration (CFM). A pure protein with medium chain triglyceride oil as a keto energy source.
Keto Whey Protein is a product suitable for vegetarians.
Because the proteins that are marketed sometimes contain amounts of sugars that can take someone who follows a keto diet out of ketosis.
Protein contributes to gaining muscle mass.
Whey proteins are classified from a nutritional point of view according to their composition of amino acids, digestibility, utilisation and efficiency. Whey protein is one of the best sources in all these classifications (Wolfe, 2015).
The protein contributes to the maintenance of muscle mass. .
In a keto diet, providing enough protein is essential, as is the selection of the source to minimise the intake of carbohydrates, according to the established conditions of the diet.
Digezyme® is a well-known patent for a multi-enzyme preparation intended for human food.
Keto Whey Protein contains Digezyme®, which contains:
- Alpha-Amylase: For the degradation of starch and polysaccharides.
- Protease: for protein degradation.
- Beta-D-Galactosidase: For lactose hydrolysis.
- Lipase: For the enzymatic use of medium chain triglycerides and other esterified fatty acids
- Cellulase: For degradation of cellulose and other food fibres.
Keto Whey Protein contains medium chain triglycerides microencapsulated with Arabic gum, which give a creamy texture unmatched in flavours of other proteins.
Keto Whey Protein MCTs are keto energy sources. Take it before you train!
The whey isolate used has been specifically selected for the raw material treatment guarantees and for being obtained from sustainable livestock.
Its extraction by CFM treatment ensures a reduced presence of other nutrients, so it's a protein low in sugar, processed at a controlled temperature, by mechanical filtration for extraction.
The milk from which the raw material is obtained to extract the whey milk protein from comes from grass-fed cows, fed on a free grass basis, with total guarantees of veterinary care, low degree of stress, controlled stability and other variables that guarantee the quality of the milk obtained and the natural behaviour of the animal.
MCT oil is normally found in a naturally oily format. To be able to present it in powder it is necessary to microencapsulate it.
Microencapsulation is a treatment process where small amounts of oil are coated with an agent that transforms it into a solid phase product, although small amounts of oil are contained inside.
The microencapsulation of these oils is usually made by the use of dairy products and especially polysaccharide which have carbohydrates.
Our keto product uses Arabic gum as a coating agent, a resin that does not provide metabolisable carbohydrates and is therefore 100% compatible with keto diets.
The MCT oil used comes from coconut, a natural source of these fatty acids, and NOT from palm or other sources containing unhealthy fatty acids.
The protein does not contain any animal added ingredients, so it is suitable for vegetarian diets, since the only animal derivative in its formula is the milk of the raw material (whey milk).
Keto whey protein is a whey protein like no other.
Thanks to its fatty acid content from MCTs, its texture is extremely creamy, even in water, leaving a sensation in the mouth that no other protein can provide you with.
Don't miss out on all our flavours:
- Chocolate and biscuit.
- Strawberry and coconut.
- Caribbean vanilla.
Mix a full serving (35g) in 175ml of water.
As a protein you can use it anytime of the day and as many times as you need to meet your nutritional requirements. It is especially suitable for pre- and post-training consumption.
It goes great with the following products:
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|per 100gper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop (35g)|
|Servings per container: 57|
|Amount per 100g|
|of which saturated||15g|
|of which sugars||1.6g|
|Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT)||14280mg|
|Digestive enzyme complex designed for nutrition||142.9mg|
|Protein calculated in dry matter (nitrogen *6.38).|
KETO WHEY PROTEIN 2Kg CARIBBEAN VANILLA ingredients:Whey protein isolate from milk [emulsifier E322 (sunflower lecithin)], microencapsulated medium chain tri-glycerides [medium chain triglycerides (from coconut oil) (milk) and anti-caking agents E551 (silicon dioxide)], flavour, thickener [E415 (xanthan gum)], cinnamon (from Cinnamomum zeylanicum), sodium chloride, colour [E160a i) (beta-carotene)], food enzyme complex (alpha-amylase, protease, beta-D-galactosidase, lipase and cellulase) (Digezyme®), natural flavour, sweetener [E955 (sucralose)].
How to take KETO WHEY PROTEIN 2Kg CARIBBEAN VANILLA:Mix 1 dispenser (35g) with 175ml of water.
Warnings de KETO WHEY PROTEIN 2Kg CARIBBEAN VANILLA:Keep in a cool and dry place.
Amino Acids Profile
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