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100% NATURAL WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE - 700 g

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    Do you care about real effects? Are you looking for pure protein that has been deprived of many unnecessary additives?  The Olimp Sport Nutrition brand has the perfect product for you,100% Natural Whey Protein Concentrate!It is high quality, tested for heavy metals in the laboratories of the Olimp Laboratories pharmaceutical company, concentrate of instant whey powder (77% protein), which due to the protein content contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. Protein supplements can be also included in the diet of those who are aiming at losing weight. And all that because of the specific amount of protein (27g) and, at the same time,the small amount of sugar (2.1g) and fat (2.4g) in one serving.

    That is not all! Natural flavor of the 100% Natural Whey Protein Concentrate! allows you to use protein supplements in the form of additives to, e.g. fruit shakes, oats or sweet desserts, which will conveniently support your daily diet and provide the optimal serving of wholesome protein. Choose wisely, because as you know, quality matters!Do not forget about a healthy life-style and varied diet.

    • High quality, pure Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC)
    • A great addition that makes it easier to supplement your daily diet with protein
    • Protein provides contribution to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass
    • Small amount of fat and sugars in each serving (35g)

    Ingredients: 100% whey protein concentrate (from milk), soy lecithin.

    Nutrition value per 100 g  per portion (35g)
    Calories  1651 kJ/ 395 kcal 577 kJ / 138 kcal
    Protein 77 g 27 g
    Carbohydrates
    of which sugars
    6 g
    6 g
    2,1 g
    2,1 g
    Fat
    of which saturates
    7 g
    4,2 g
    2,4 g
    1,5 g
    Fibre 4,2 g 1,5 g
    Salt 0 g 0 g

    Recommended use: take 1-3 portions a day – upon awakening, between meals, after training or before sleep. Add 1 portion (35 g = 1 scoop) to 150 ml¹ of water. Consume directly after preparation.

    Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended.

    Keep out of reach of children. Unopened, keep in a dry and cool place.

    1To adjust the taste intensity to individual preferences dissolve in 100-200 ml of water.

    The product is designed for physically active people and sportsmen, who strive for development of muscle mass.

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