DAILY PROTEIN (Family Protein)

DAILY PROTEIN (Family Protein)

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Weight: 400g

Serving Size: 30g (2spoon) or 15g (1spoon)

Flavour: Chocolate


-Complete Protein for the Whole Family
-Loaded with Vitamins
-Supports Bones & Muscles
-Optimizes Energy Levels
-Sugar Free
-Protein for Teenage/Young/Old people


Protein: 10.2g

Carbs: 16.3g

Fat: 0.35g

Sugar: 0.78g

 

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Daily Pro-1015-2
DESCRIPTION:

Protein is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Your body uses protein to build and repair tissues. You also use protein to make enzymes, hormones, and other body chemicals. GM Nutrition DAILY PROTEIN supplement is for everyone whether you do exercise or not, whether you are young or old.

Every cell in your body contains protein, so meeting your protein requirement is essential for your health.
  • Building Tissues and Muscles. Protein is necessary in building and repairing body tissues.
  • Hormone Production.
  • Enzymes.
  • Immune Function.
  • Energy.

Building Tissues and Muscles

Protein is necessary in building and repairing body tissues. If you do not receive enough protein in your diet, muscles wasting and other symptoms may result. Exercises like strength training cause micro tears in the muscle and as your body repairs these tears, it causes the muscles to enlarge. Protein is necessary to the immune response that helps to heal the tiny muscle tears. However, consuming extra protein will not help your body to build extra muscle.

Hormone Production

Hormones are chemicals produced by glands in one part of the body that help coordinate activities and communicate with other areas. Protein hormones bind to receptors on the cell membrane instead of entering the cell directly. Hormonal proteins, like insulin and oxytocin, play vital roles like controlling blood sugar concentration and stimulating contractions during childbirth. Hormones can also activate muscle growth by increasing protein synthesis or decreasing protein breakdown.

Enzymes

Enzymes are proteins that bind to molecules to speed up chemical reactions. They play a role in many activities such as muscle contraction and relaxation, and nerve impulse transmissions. Amylase and lipase are enzymes that help you to digest carbohydrates and fat. The enzyme ATPase exports cell toxins, and is essential for breaking down adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, which releases energy.

Immune Function

Antibodies are specialized protein configurations that provide a specific immune defense against invaders. They are produced by the body once it's exposed to specific antigens such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. Complement proteins support the immune system as a second line of defense. They can create holes in bacterial walls, promote inflammation which attacts macrophages that destroy invading organisms, and attach to the foreign substances.

Energy

Protein is broken down into amino acids during digestion and provides four calories per gram. Including protein with meals can help you feel more satiated, and can keep you fuller longer. Although protein can be used as an energy source, the body's main energy source is carbohydrates.

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DIRECTION:
Add 1 to 2 spoon of DAILY PROTEIN in 200ml Luke warm Milk such as skim milk or whole fat milk. Stir with a spoon for 10-20 seconds until protein powder fully dissolves. Drink 1-2 times daily anytime of the day.

NOTE:
As with any supplement, do not exceed the recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 9 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Keep out of reach of children under the age of 9 or below. Do not use if the safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.

SOURCE OF PROTEIN:

Plant Protein:- Soy Protein Hydrolysate, Rice Protein, etc.

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NOTE: Children at the age of 9 or below should not use this protein.

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