Proteins

By: Superior Nutrition  05/12/2011
Keywords: amino acids

Sufficient protein intake is important to provide essential amino acids to support growth, especially for the maintenance and development of lean body mass (muscle), adequate energy is also critical. Inadequate energy will cause protein to be used as a substrate for energy rather than for synthesizing lean tissues. Heavy and regular exercise training increases the daily protein requirements in adult athletes

Keywords: amino acids

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High Protein Flapjacks box of 12

VyoMax High Protein Flapjacks have been specifically formulated to provide you with the necessary protein and carbohydrates to have a successful workout. They should be best enjoyed before or after a strenuous workout, but can also be used as a supplement to boost your calorie intake. VyoMax High Protein Flapjacks are made using the finest ingredients and therefore contain no artificial sweeteners.


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Muscle Gainers

You need calories from quality sources such as lean proteins, complex carbohydrates and healthy fats. Experts agree that to increase your muscle size you need to ingest more calories than you burn. So weight gainers have been developed to help athletes. Not just any calories will do though.


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Creatine/Vitamins

Basically, creatine helps provide the energy our muscles need to move, particularly quick and explosive movements, and has also been shown through research to be effective in improving training intensity and recovery. It is a combination of 3 amino acids; arginine, glycine and methionine. Creatine is a nutrient naturally found in all our bodies.