Whey Isolate Protein Powder - Boost Recovery!
Repair, refuel and rehydrate after exercise whilst boosting muscle recovery with quality whey protein isolate. This unique formula with AstraGin® speeds up macronutrient absorption by up to 40% paired with a delicious Belgian Chocolate & Vanilla flavour.
Per 100g Per 61g serve in 400ml water Per 61g serve in 400ml s/s milk Energy 1561 kJ 952 kJ 1784 kJ 368 kcal 224.5 kcal 424.5kcal Total Fat 1.0 g 0.6 g 7.8 g of which Saturates 0.6 g 0.4g 4.8 g Carbohydrates 60.9 g 37.1 g 56.3 g of which Sugars 6.2 g 3.8 g 23.0 g Protein 31.1 g 19.0 g 33.4 g Sodium 0.5g 0.3 g 0.7 g
Amino Acid Profile
Mg per serve Alanine 935 Arginine 393 Aspartic Acid 2,057 Cysteine 411 Glutamic Acid 3,384 Glycine 962 Histidine 318 Isoleucine* 1,197 Leucine* 2,232 Lysine 1,795 Methionine 412 Phenylanaline 561 Proline 1,028 Serine 860 Threonine 1,253 Tryptophan 262 Tyrosine 486 Valine 1,103
*Branched Chain Amino Acids 2:1:1
Maltodextrin, Whey Protein Isolate (Milk), 100% Cocoa, Natural Flavouring, Glycine, Himalayan Pink Salt, Leucine, Astragin, Sucralose.
For allergens: Please see ingredients listed in bold.
When should I use VOOM Rapid Recovery
Where possible you should take on a protein-rich recovery product such as Rapid Recovery within 30 minutes of finishing your training or competition. It is during this time-frame that the body is most receptive to absorbing these macronutrients to kickstart your recovery.
How much protein do I need after exercise?
Research suggests a serving of 10-20 grams of protein is enough to boost protein synthesis in the body, and this in turn is what can help repair muscle tissues to recover the body.
Why do Recovery Drinks have carbs as well as protein?
The idea behind recovery drinks is to expedite the recovery process which after endurance exercise requires replenishment of muscle glycogen as well as taking on protein for muscular repair. The carbohydrate in VOOM Rapid Recovery will replenish the carbs you’ve used for energy during exercise, while the protein will aid muscular recovery and reduce muscle soreness.
Whats the difference between whey isolate and whey concentrate?
Whey protein isolate and whey concentrate contains almost identical amino aids but due to the manufacture process whey isolate has a higher percentage of protein of around 90% while a whey concentrate will typically contain slightly more carbohydrate than an isolate, as well as some fat. A whey concentrate supplement tends to contain around 80% protein.
- When should I use VOOM Rapid Recovery