A valuable source of amino acids containing 87% protein, 1% lactose, making it easily digestible for persons who are lactose intolerant.
The two main functions of whey protein are to stimulate protein synthesis and to stimulate the immune system (e.g. in cancer patients).
Aging causes a decline in protein synthesis that inevitably leads to disability and death (” cachexia”). Recent studies have shown that amino acids derived from high quality proteins such as whey protein, are able to stimulate regeneration of lost proteins (J Clin Invest, May, 1998). Apart from being a source of dietary amino acids, whey has numerous other benefits which
Muscle loss in the elderly and in sports people, cancer patients and other patients suffering from debilitating diseases.
Persons with severe kidney failure.
Consult a health professional if you are seriously ill.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Safe to use at normal dosage levels.
DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS OF USE
Take 30g to 50g (6 to 10 heaped teaspoonfuls) per day dissolved in water or fruit juice.
SIDE EFFECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
KNOWN SYMPTOMS OF OVERDOSAGE AND PARTICULARS OF ITS TREATMENT
Plastic screwtop container containing 500g.