PRODUCTION QUALITY AND CERTIFICATION
Our Whey Protein Isolate is produced in France
it carries the GRASSFED label
The production site has IFS Food certification
Products are manufactured in accordance with good manufacturing practices and HACCP principles and methods
ISO 26 000 standards
physico-chemical, sensory, microbiological and toxicological checks are carried out on finished products
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Whey from certified grass-fed cows
Whey Protein Isolate is 80% whey protein derived from milk from certified grass-fed cows.
This means that the cows producing the milk are fed largely on grass or hay and are turned out to pasture for 120 to 300 days per year.
WHEN TO TAKE WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE
Whey is quickly absorbed by the body, making it perfect for use straight after training (up to one hour).
You can also round off your diet by having a Whey Protein Isolate shake for breakfast or before training.
Two-thirds of your protein intake should come through a varied and balanced diet.
How to make a Whey Protein Isolate Shake
We have removed all texturing agents from our recipe to reduce the list of ingredients used.
Mix no more than 200 ml of water with two spoonfuls (30 g) in a sieve shaker.
Shake for 30 seconds and enjoy.
We recommend using water at a mild temperature. Avoid mixing powder with hot water.
For a creamier shake, mix WHEY with 150 ml of animal or plant-based milk, according to taste.
Can you use Whey Protein to lose weight / get cut?
Protein is very important when you are trying to lose weight or get cut because it helps maintain muscle mass.
This protein drink is not a meal replacement.
Consult a doctor or dietician if you plan to consume this product for an extended period of time (over 2 months).
This product should not be consumed by those with kidney or liver disease, pregnant women, or children under the age of 14.
Keep out of reach of children.Do not exceed the recommended daily serving.
Lactose content per 100g
Nutritional content: 100 g | 30 g
Energy: 394 kcal | 118 kcal
Energy: 1671 kJ | 501 kJ
Fat: 3.8g | 1.1g
of which saturates: 2.2 g | 0.7 g
Carbohydrates: 10g | 3g
of which sugar: 3.3 g | 1 g
Fibre: 1.3g | 0.4g
Proteins: 80g | 24g
Salt: 1.1 g | 0.3 g