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Product Name Qty
700 g vanilla
EAN: 5901330038983
€16.99
24.27€ per 1kg
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700 g tiramisu
EAN: 5901330039003
€16.99
24.27€ per 1kg
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700 g chocolate
EAN: 5901330039027
€16.99
24.27€ per 1kg
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Food supplement PROVIT 80

a 96% protein complex

excellent solubility

exceptional flavour

€16.99

Per portion (35 g)

 

PROVIT 80® 


PROVIT 80®, a product based on PROVIT 85®, has undergone a thorough change. The modifications have increased the biological value of the blend. The albumin from egg white was changed for  top-quality whey protein concentrate (WPC) that significantly increased the bioavailability of PROVIT 80® in comparison to the previous version. Importantly, a substantial addition of whey protein concentrate has greatly reduced the time needed for the first amino acids to be released from the protein structures of the product's ingredients. As such, it is fair to say that the new quality and composition of the product, created by the uncompromising scientific staff of Olimp Laboratories, is excellent and has ideal proportions of balanced proteins (WPC) that are absorbed quickly and for a prolonged period of time (soy protein isolate, SPI). Additionally, the product has been enriched with choline (a substrate for the synthesis of acetylocholine, a neurotransmitter), inositol (a precursor on the signal path of the hormones of the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland) and L-carnitine (transporting  fatty acids into the mitochondria). PROVIT 80® ensures that your body will maintain a positive nitrogen balance for a very reasonable price.


Optimal times for using PROVIT 80®!

PROVIT 80® is ideal for use before and after exercise in order to provide the body with the proper amount of easily-assimilable protein and to saturate the blood with amino acids. This is also an ideal choice when you want to supplement your diet with top-quality protein during the day. An easily-made, delicious and filling shake.

3 TASTY FLAVOURS

chocolate
chocolate chocolate
tiramisu
tiramisu tiramisu
vanilla
vanilla vanilla

Ingredients: 96% protein-mix (soy-protein isolate, whey protein concentrate), aromas, 0,5% lecithin, thickener – xanthan, sweeteners – acesulfame K, sucralose; vitamins (L-ascorbic acid – vit. C, dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate – vit. E, nicotinamide - niacin, D-biotin, retinyl acetate – vit. A, calcium D-pantothenate - pantothenic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride – vit. B6, cholecalciferol – vit. D, pteroylmonoglutamic acid –folate, thiamin mononitrate - vit. B1, riboflavin – vit. B2, cyanocobalamin – vit. B12), L-carnitine-L-tartrate, colours: carmine (for strawberry, cherry, strawberry-kiwi, banana-cherry flavours), E 150c (for toffee, chocolate, coffee, tiramisu, ice coffee, hazelnut, cappuccino flavours), riboflavin, E 133 (for pistachio flavour).

Nutrition value per 100 g 1 portion (35 g)
Calories 1488 kJ / 356 kcal 518 kJ / 124 kcal
Protein 80 g 28 g
Carbohydrates 2,2 g 0,8 g
of which sugars 2,2 g 0,8 g
Fat 3 g 1 g
of which saturated 0,2 g <0,1 g
Fibre 0 g 0 g
Sodium 1,4 g 0,5 g
Lecithin 500 mg 175 mg
of which: choline 115 mg 40 mg
Inositol 70 mg 24 mg
l-carnitine 20 mg 7  mg

Total amino acids per 100g 1 portion (35g)
80000 mg 28000 mg
of which:    
L-Glutamic acid 15500 mg 5425 mg
*/**L-Leucin 6700 mg 2345 mg
L-Aspartic acid 9300 mg 3255 mg
*/L-Lysine 5700 mg 1995 mg
L-Proline 4200 mg 1470 mg
*/**L-Valin 3800 mg 1330 mg
*/**L-Isoleucine 3800 mg 1330 mg
*L-Threonine 3500 mg 1225 mg
L-Alanine 3500 mg 1225 mg
L-Serine 4200 mg 1470 mg
*/***L-Phenyloalanine 3700 mg 1295 mg
***L-Thyrosine 2900 mg 1015 mg
L-Arginine 5100 mg 1785 mg
L-Glycine 2700 mg 945 mg
*L-Methionine 1300 mg 455 mg
L-Histidine 1900 mg 665 mg
L-Cysteine 1300 mg 455 mg
*/***L-Trypthophane 900 mg 315 mg

* essential amino acids
** Branched chain amino acids
*** Aromatic amino acids

Take 2-3 portions a day between meals. Add 1 portion (35 g – 110 measuring units = 3 scoops or 5 flat tablespoons) to 230 ml1 of water. Consume directly after preparation. Keep out of reach of children. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended.

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