Strength and Recovery Powder – Whey Protein

The first Whey protein powder with an 8-hours lasting effect

 

What is in it?
The Pulsaar Strength and Recovery Powder – Whey Protein contains three different types of premium proteins.
The first type is whey protein isolate. It is a100% bioavailable complete protein, easy-to digest and easy to assimilate to instantly stimulate muscle protein synthesis.The second type is calcium caseinate. It is of course a source of calcium for the bones but it also is a slowly digested protein as breaks down more slowly than a classic wheyprotein, thus providing a sustained release of amino acids.
Finally, the third type of protein is Micellar Casein. It is a major activator of protein synthesis. It helps to stimulate, grow and repair tissue. It actually breaks down even more slowly than calcium caseinate and therefore create a prolonged effect on muscle protein synthesis and reduce muscle breakdown.

 

What does Strength and Recovery Powder – Whey protein do?
The Pulsaar Strength and Recovery Powder – Whey Protein has a unique formulation that provides a sustained protein level that lasts for up to eight hours. It stimulates short-term muscle protein synthesis, maximizing the retention of lean body mass in resistance-training. It also takes care of the bone health and reduces muscle breakdown thanks to its slowly digested protein.
The Pulsaar Strength and Recovery Powder – Whey Protein improves athletic performance and increases strength, thanks to its high amounts of amino acids. This advanced formula will provide your body with three different types of pure, clean, high-quality protein, with no artificial sweeteners to preserve muscles and tissue while maximizing recovery.

Brief indication on ingredients
Whey protein isolate, Micellar casein, Calcium Caseinate, natural mango flavor, natural sweeteners. More information before product launch.

Usage
Fill your shaker with 250 ml water. Add 30 g of powder and shake until the powder is complete dissolved.

Use a protein calculator to be in line with the direct dosage. Commonly, the protein average is 0.8 grams of protein per kg of body weight.  For active people it could be even 1 gr of protein per body kg.