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PES Select Protein - Frosted Chocolate Cupcake - 217g
PES Select Protein - Frosted Chocolate Cupcake flavour (217g)
PEScience Select Protein in Chocolate Cupcake flavour from Physique Enhancing Sciences available in this super-cute mini 7 serving tub!! A mixed-blend (80/20 Casein/Whey) protein powder, bringing together the finest, ultra-pure Whey Protein Concentrate and Milk Protein Isolate - along with a leaner-than-lean low-fat/low-carb profile - to give you a breathtakingly tasty (just look up the reviews on the net!) multi-source, timed-release shake!! PES Frosted Chocolate Cupcake Protein is a researched-backed synergistic whey-casein protein blend, formulated for un-rivalled muscular growth and support...and, thanks to the casein, it bakes up a treat too!
Okay and with this one...WELL we HAVE to mention the flavour!! Normally excess 'fluffy' kinda words are added to flavour names to make them appear EVEN MORE exciting but with this one...'frosted' YUP you really can taste the chocolate frosting overtone amongst the chocolate-cake flavour! Not over-poweringly rich chocolate flavour but instead the PERFECT balance!! Choccy spondge cake flavour as we know it with the lightened and airy-y mousse like 'frosting' flavour equally coming through...a cut above the rest in our eyes this stuff is a new favourite!!
PES weren't wrong when they chose #selectthebest (it's extremely fitting)
When building lean muscle, 100% Whey is not enough!
In the quest to build muscle, protein intake is the single most important factor BUT, when we say intake, we mean the type, not just the quantity.
The media tells us that whey builds muscle. And you know what? They're totally right. Studies do show that whey alone builds muscle better than other proteins. But if you look what they compare it to, the issue is clear: studies compare whey to weak products like vegetable-based protein, sugary drinks, and even just water. Of course whey is going to come out on top! Reputable journals have already tested the effects of different proteins in human subjects, and the data could not be more conclusive. Whey + Casein is the superior choice.
In fact, it turns out that nature had it right...the blend of whey and casein, as found naturally in milk protein, works together in a synergistic manner to build lean muscle more effectively than one or the other alone.
100% whey protein in isolation only gets you so far... it can spike protein synthesis with an influx of amino acids, but quickly returns to baseline, leaving you where you started. Enter casein, a slower-digesting protein that's typically consumed for its anti-catabolic properties as it promotes a steady release of amino acids over time. Casein actually results in more retention of ingested protein than whey!
In a nutshell, whey hits fast...but casein fuels more and longer; whey protein spikes muscle protein synthesis while casein protein creates an anti-catabolic trickle of amino acids. One or the other is good...both together? SO much better!
Why PES Select Protein 217g - Frosted Chocolate Cupcake?
- Tastes SO good! Really!
- Targeted Whey/Casein Blend
- Mixes instantly (you'd think this was a Whey Isolate!)
- Ultra-Pure Milk Protein Isolate
- 24g Protein per serving!
- Only 1g Carbs/1.5g Fat per (insanely tasty) serving
PES Select Protein - Frosted Chocolate Cupcake flavour ingredients & nutritional information:
Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop (31g)
Servings Per Container: 7
|217g||Chocolate Frosted Cupcake Flavour|
|Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop|
|Servings Per Container 7|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Calories From Fat||10|
|- Dietary Fiber||1g||4%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet|
|** Daily Value not established|
Ingredients: Muscle Targeted Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate [comprised of casein protein and whey protein], Whey Protein Concentrate 80%, Leucine Peptides), Natural and Artifical Flavors, Cocoa Powder, Sodium Chloride, Guar Gum, Sucralose, Acesulfame Potassium
Allergen Statement: Contains milk and soy (lecithin) ingredients