Beef Protein – Dairy-Free Alternative to Build Muscle & Improve Strength!
For many decades beef has been a highly favored source of protein due to its amino-acid rich content that is also naturally infused with vitamins B6 and B12.
Beef Protein is a great alternative to dairy proteins like whey and casein due to enabling faster digestion speed and rich, all-round amino acid content!
Our finest blend of beef protein is sourced and hydrolyzed from bovine meat in Sweden.
- Amino Acid-Rich Complete Protein: Contains all nine of the essential amino acids that your body requires to grow and get stronger!
- High Digestion and Bioavailability: Beef protein naturally includes vitamins B6 and B12 which Assist the metabolic process of digesting protein!
- Gain Muscle and Strength: Protein is the building block for muscle and allows your hard work to pay off and result in muscle gain and increased physical strength!
Hydrolyzed beef protein is a non-dairy source of protein with minimum fat content. Suitable for anyone who wants to increase their daily intake of protein, especially those who avoid lactose and dairy products. The highest level of raw materials, i.e. bovine protein is sourced from Sweden and the final product is mixed in Latvia. Protein (incl. amino acids, peptides) is muscle tissue-building material. Protein promotes muscle gain and helps maintain muscle mass.*
Ingredients: Hydrolysed beef protein, flavorings (cocoa powder), thickeners (xanthan gum, guar gum), sweeteners (acesulfame K, sucralose)
Ingredients country of origin: Sweden
Manufacturer country: Latvia
Bruto weight: 1020g (2.25lbs)
Usage: Mix 3 scoops of powder with 300 ml of water, milk, or juice. Shake well before use (within 1 minute). To fully enjoy a protein shake, vary the amount of liquid to achieve the desired consistency and taste.
*This claim was scientifically substantiated by EFSA and authorized by the EC: EU №432 / 2012 from 16.05.2012.
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 Stokes, T., Hector, A. J., Morton, R. W., McGlory, C., & Phillips, S. M. (2018). Recent Perspectives Regarding the Role of Dietary Protein for the Promotion of Muscle Hypertrophy with Resistance Exercise Training. Nutrients, 10(2), 180. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu10020180.