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700g
EAN: 5901330038822
£15.99
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Food supplement 100% NATURAL WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE

dedicated for people with symptoms of malnutrition or at risk from it occurring and those recovering from injury or illness

contains three sources of high-quality protein with different kinetics of absorption

a mixture of essential nutritional ingredients in the form of proteins, lipids, vitamins as well as micro- and macro-elements

£15.99

Per portion (35 g)

 

100% Natural Whey Protein Concentrate. Protein concentrate in powder (77% protein), food intended to meet the expenditure of intense muscular effort, especially for sports people. 

High quality pure concentrate of whey proteins (WPC). Protein contributes to the growth or maintenance of muscle mass. The product is intended for those with increased protein demand,  who strive for development of muscular mass, especially physically active people and high-performance athletes.

1 TASTY FLAVOUR

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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. Keep out of reach of children. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended.


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