Monday, November 21, 2011

Body Fortress whey protein is rocket fuel

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In an ongoing effort to become slim and ripped, I veered away from Naturade soy protein and jumped onto the whey bandwagon; many suggest whey assimilates better into the muscles after a workout and also builds the guns to fire-power proportions.

So for those reasons - and a really low price point at Wal-Mart - I grabbed a jug of Body Fortress Whey Protein.  Of course, it's the "Super Advanced" version.

What's common with whey protein these days is that it's not just protein...you're getting a bunch of other weight builder goodies that are supposed to convert a tubby master man into the Incredible Hulk:

"Body Fortress® Super Advanced Whey Protein features a scientifically designed  Super Recovery Blend to further enhance the benefits of our premium Whey Protein Blend. Each scoop provides high quality creatine in combination with the important amino acids crystalline taurine, glutamine, leucine, isoleucine and valine."

I'm not going to go all hard science on you here, but what we have is amino acids, which are supposed to assist in breaking down the lactic acid built up in your system after exercise and creatine, a body-builder supplement that supplies energy to muscle cells.

I'm doing a frothy shake with this stuff each morning after my gym or trail run.  Let's hope it's going in and doing good things.  Is more, better?  I'll let you know over time.


3 comments:

  1. I would like to thanks for the information about the Whey Protein....

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  2. Hello,

    This is the perfect blog for anyone who wants to know about this topic. Whey protein is designed to be taken every day as a dietary supplement, which is healthy boost of protein and it can help the body stabilize its blood sugar levels throughout the rest of the day. Thanks a lot for sharing this...

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  3. Thanx For ur post, i also read somewhere Whey Proteins are fundamental components of all living cells and include many substances, such as enzymes, hormones, and antibodies that are necessary for the proper functioning of a body are essential in the diet of humans for the growth and repair of tissue and can be obtained from foods such as meat, fish, eggs, milk, and legumes. i also read Whey Proteins are much usefull for muscle building. is this true..??

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