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Ideal choice for Vegetarians as a perfect egg replacement.
Cook- Fortify your Roti (Bread), Dal (Lentils) & Curd with extra Protein.
Bake: Replace whole egg & flour and add more protein your baking.
Shake: Create your own protein rich ice chilled smoothie & fruit beverages.
Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient offers an ultra-premium quality instantized whey protein concentrate 80 (WPC 80) powder. Exclusively from free range, grass fed cows’ milk. Offering 80 g of protein per serving and delivering an outstanding amino acid profile with low carbohydrates and fat. Which makes it a perfect protein choice to fuel recovery and lean muscle gain by adding in Atta while preparing Roti’s, Dal or Curd. Its an excellent replacement of egg while baking and it gives the flexibility to create your own protein rich smoothies and fruit beverages.
Fat and water binding properties
Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient is suitable for everyone for those wanting to add protein to their diet. As part of a healthy balanced lifestyle, build muscle mass to compete. Or just need added protein to get rid of those morning aches and pains after working out. It’s even perfect for individuals on a calorie-controlled diet.
Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient is loaded with natural occurring all essential & non-essential amino acids which are rapidly delivered to the target muscles where they immediately get to work to encourage muscle growth and repair through protein synthesis and therefore help you recover quicker and build muscle more effectively.
Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient is not an ordinary whey protein concentrate 80 (WPC 80), It is instantized, which makes it instantly soluble, lump free, clean & pleasant taste.
Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient is a derivative of milk and provides milky note.
This Vigourfuel Whey Protein Concentrate Ingredient is “instantized”. Instantizing ensures a finished protein powder that mixes effortlessly in your shaker to produce a smooth and delicious protein shake.
As a rule of thumb. We recommend consuming at least 2 g of protein per kg of body weight every day. If you want to improve recovery and gain more lean muscle. As an estimated guideline, that’s 3-5 servings of this protein shake every day. Find out more on the Suggested Use tab.
Whey protein is an un-denatured whey protein powder sourced directly from American leading dairies. Manufactured from vegetarian sweet cheese using a cross-flow micro-filtration process. It ensures that you receive only the purest whey protein concentrate, packed with all 20 essential and non-essential amino acids. Processing is carried out at very low temperatures to ensure that whey protein is un-denatured and highly bio-available.
Cows’ Milk consist of two types of protein whey protein, whey protein with the other being casein. Whey protein is fast absorbing than other forms of protein. Making it an excellent choice pre- and post-workout and after fasted periods (the first meal of the day). Highly nutritious whey protein has the highest biological value (BV) of any dietary protein. Researches have also shown whey protein to have benefits for weight loss through satiety.
#1: Decreases Fat and Maintains Muscle
You may have wondered about the best way to cut back on your calorie consumption and shed off pounds. In a 12-week calorie intake study conducted by Minnesota-based researchers, a group of participants reduced their calories by 500 after they were given whey. Participants who were not asked to consume whey were given drinks with an isocaloric diet.
Whey-consuming participants lost around 6.1 percent of their body fat and were able to preserve their muscles much better than the other group of participants.
*An isocaloric diet is a diet in which you consume the same amount of calories each day from fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. If you normally consume 2100 Calories each day, then 700 would be from carbs, 700 from proteins, and 700 from fats.
#2: Lets you Gain More Strength and Size
If you are currently on a workout spree, training at the gym for long periods of hours in an attempt to bulk up some weight, whey protein consumption will help fast track this goal. A study initiated by the Baylor University in Texas proved that whey significantly contributes to fat-free mass and muscle strength increases. One group was given a 20-gram placebo, while another group composed of 19 males performing resistance training for 10 weeks consumed 6 grams of free amino acids and 14 grams of whey and casein protein.
Individuals adopting a regular workout regimen may want to consume whey an hour before and after starting their routine. Pair whey with strength training exercises to your existing workout regimen and you can bulk up and make your muscles leaner.
#3: Lowers Blood Sugar Levels
Whey protein is ideal for people with diabetes or blood sugar problems. Its natural properties can help lower blood sugar levels. However, if you are taking prescription drugs, herbal medication or supplements that affect blood sugar, caution is highly advised when consuming whey protein. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional (doctors, nurses and pharmacists) and have your blood sugar levels constantly monitored in case there are adjustments to your consumption.
#4: Controls Hunger
Constant hunger is a sign of hormonal imbalance. Taking in whey will not only keep you from craving food at random instances; it also helps you avoid developing an unhealthy physique. In an Australian-based study, researchers asked 28 obese males to drink four kinds of beverage including whey protein. The group tasked to drink 50 grams of liquefied whey showed greatly reduced ghrelin levels for four hours. Ghrelin is a hormone, which sends “hunger signals” to the brain. With this in mind, you may want to whip up a whey protein shake whenever you feel excessively hungry.
#5: Helps Address Cancer
A deadly disease passed on from generation to generation if not acquired through environmental factors, cancer is a bane of society. Thanks to new technological advancements, however, more methods to fight or prevent it have become available. Regular checkups and cancer screenings are particularly helpful in identifying specific types of cancer that your bloodline can be vulnerable to.
Studies show that whey protein has cancer-fighting properties and is effective in addressing prostate and colon cancer. In addition to getting screened and seeking professional medical advice, if you think you are at risk of contracting cancer, do not hesitate to include whey protein in your regular diet.
#6: Improves Stress Coping Mechanisms
Stress is a silent killer and leaves you vulnerable to all kinds of diseases and mental disorders. Resorting to alcohol & smoking is not even an option. Researchers from Netherlands conducted a study that proved there is a healthier alternative for individuals prone to stress. In a clinical research participated by 58 subjects exposed to experimental or synthetic stress, it was discovered that the group who consumed whey protein had fewer manifestations of depression and its members appeared to be in a better mood than the group who did not take whey.
Researchers made the conclusion that whey protein intake has an impact on the brain's serotonin levels, improving a person's mood and resilience to stress. During stressful times, just grab a whey protein shake. It will help you cope with stress better than alcohol.
#7: Boosts your Immune System
Whey intake can also contribute to improved immune system health, according to researchers from the University of Alberta. In the study they conducted, male subjects engaged in physically demanding aerobic exercises experienced greatly reduced glutathione levels that tend to weaken not just their immune system, but also their nervous and gastrointestinal systems. They found out that consuming whey protein as a supplement only reduced the subjects' glutathione levels to a significantly lesser extent. Whey is, therefore, a great supplement to take for those doing extended cardio workout routines as it does not greatly reduce a person's glutathione levels.
#8: Good Source of Protein for Post-Workout Recovery
Whey is an ideal source of protein for individuals recovering from injuries incurred during a workout. Whey's high protein quality and its easy-to-absorb properties make it a good protein source for post-workout recovery – a fact already confirmed in the 2012 Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. If you drink a whey protein shake following a strenuous workout, you will receive the right amount of nutrients to ensure muscle growth that can make your frame leaner. To get the best results, check the nutrition facts on the label of your whey supplement. Take note of each serving (ideally 3 grams of leucine to help build muscles) and your supplement's amino acid breakdown.
#9: Retains Muscle and Manage Weight
It has already been proven that customizing your whey protein shake and adjusting the calorie dosage helps in reducing or adding weight. In a study published Nutrition and Metabolism, whey demonstrated an ability to help retain muscle and manage weight. Obese people were asked to drink a whey protein shake to help them lose body fat. Another group of obese people were given a different kind of shake. Both groups followed the same diet method for a period of 12 weeks.
Not only did the group with a whey-based diet succeeded in losing more body fat, but the members also retained much of their muscles compared to the other non-whey group. Muscle retention is particularly important in maintaining your weight. If you have leaner muscles, then you will also be able to burn your calories faster. Lean muscles boost a person's metabolism and preserve their weight.
#10: Lowers Blood Pressure
With the right whey protein dosage, workout regimen and diet, whey protein can help lower blood pressure levels. This protein variant can stimulate the production of nitric oxide, a molecular, chemical compound, which contributes to the regulation of blood pressure by dilating the arteries. Lack of nitric oxide in the body can spur the aging process and increase one's risk of contracting a heart disease.
These benefits show that whey protein can provide a person with benefits that vary from the physical aspects to more intricate functions of the body.
Unflavored & Unsweetened: Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk), Soy/Sunflower Lecithin (E322).
Make Your Own Recipe
Replace Eggs in Numerous Applications
You can replace eggs either partially or completely in the following foods:
• Brownies • Egg Wash • Pancakes • Sauces • Cheesecake • Fresh Pasta • Pie Fillings • Snack Cakes • Cookies • Layer Cakes • Quiche • Sponge Cake • Custards • Muffins • Salad Dressing
|TO REPLACE WHOLE EGGS, USE A COMBINATION OF WPC80, OIL AND WATER.
BLEND WPC80, OIL AND WATER