IsoShock Whey Protein Isolate (5lbs – 75 Servings)

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  • 75 Servings

  • 90% Protein Per Serving

  • 121 Calories

  • 27g Protein

  • Only 1g Carbs

  • Only 1g Fat

  • Mouth Watering Flavors

  • Perfect Mixability

  • Creamy Texture

 

Supplement Facts

 

Suggested Use

Mix 1 scoop (30g) in ~125mL (4-5 fl oz) of cold water, low fat milk, or your favorite beverage depending on desired taste and consistency.

 

When To Take

Before Or After A Workout As A Supplement

Fast-acting whey protein is commonly taken in 25-30-gram doses, either 1-2 hours before your workout or immediately post-workout. No, you don’t have to slug back a shake within a 30-45-minute “anabolic window” after a workout to get the health benefits. Anytime within a couple of hours is probably just fine. But, if the immediate post-workout ritual of having a shake helps you remember to have one, do it!

Delaying your intake of whey can hinder muscle growth and repair, as well as leave you feeling more sore for your next workout.

As A Dietary Protein Source

Whey is a versatile nutritional power tool. It makes a great appetite-curbing snack between meals, or it can be added it to your breakfast oatmeal or smoothie. You can even bake with it.

 

Side Effects

Although uncommon, over-consumption and high doses can cause some side effects, such as:

  • Increased bowel movements

  • Nausea

  • Thirst

  • Bloating

  • Cramps

  • reduced appetite

  • tiredness (fatigue)

  • headache

About this Product

Do Not Confuse With

Whey Protein Concentrate

Milk Protein Isolate

Casein Protein

Vegan Protein

What Is It?

Whey comes from milk, which is actually comprised of two proteins: casein, which makes up approximately 80 percent of milk protein, and whey, which makes up the other 20 percent. When milk is turned into cheese, whey is separated from the solid curds and can be found in the liquid that is left behind.

Once separated, it goes through several more processing steps to become what most people recognize as whey protein: a relatively tasteless powder that can be added to shakes, protein bars, or even baked goods. It’s a common protein booster in commercial smoothies, bars, cereals, and plenty of other foods, but can also be taken on its own.

Whey Protein Isolate goes through an even further process in which the protein is separated even more from the other nutrients. This extra filtration process makes it even more pure. Essentially, whey protein isolate is a form of whey. It is the cleanest, purest form of whey protein; as it is generally 90-95% protein. This leaves little room for anything else. If you see ‘100% Whey Protein Isolate’ on the label, like in TC Nutrition’s IsoShock, just know that you’re putting a higher quality product into your body.

 

What Does It Do?

For starters, whey is a complete protein, meaning it has all nine essential amino acids necessary for protein synthesis. We call these amino acids “essential” because your body can’t make them and therefore you must consume in them in your diet.

Whey is particularly high in the group of three essential amino acids known as BCAAs: leucine, isoleucine, and valine. These help to build and maintain muscle, and can also serve as an energy source during prolonged or intense workouts.

Leucine, specifically, has been shown to have the greatest impact on rates of muscle protein synthesis, the process that makes your muscles bigger and stronger. One 25-gram scoop of whey protein has approximately 3 grams of leucine.

 

What Is It Made Of?

  • Alpha-lactoglobulin

  • Beta-lactoglobulin

  • Bovine serum albumin (BSA)

  • Immunoglobulins (IgG1, IgG2, secretory IgA and IgM)

  • Smaller components: iron binding proteins (lactoferrin, lactoferricin), calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorous, folic acid, biotin, and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, and B12.

Whey is made up of many smaller protein subfractions such as beta-lactoglobulin, alpha-lactalbumin, and immunoglobulins (IgGs). Each of these subfractions has its own unique biological properties. The protein subfractions are made out of amino acids.

Like all proteins—chicken, beef, egg, soy, rice, hemp, and so on—whey is composed of amino acids, which the body can use for muscle growth and tissue repair. But it’s whey’s high concentration of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), especially leucine, that sets this protein apart from the others.

 

What’s So Special About This Protein?

Whey Protein Isolates contain 90-95% percent protein, with little to (virtually) no amounts of lactose and fat. TC Nutrition’s Whey Protein Isolate, IsoShock boasts an incredible 90% protein content per scoop.

Whey Protein Isolates will contain more protein on a gram-for-gram basis than a concentrate. A high-quality isolate, like ours here at TC Nutrition, will not contain some of the compounds found in milk. Because of this, they are safe for those who are lactose intolerant.

Whey protein is popular among athletes, bodybuilders, and fitness enthusiasts alike today because of its ability to be digested very rapidly. Additionally, one of the most notable benefits of Whey Protein Isolate is that it helps return the post-workout body back from a catabolic (muscle-wasting) state to an anabolic(muscle-building) state. This means that Whey Protein Isolate helps you preserve and build muscle, especially when your body is in the state of wasting muscle and using it as fuel.

Whey Protein Isolates are also widely used in infant formula to provide a natural source of amino acids for optimal growth and development, as well as for protein fortification of bars, beverages, dairy products, extruded snacks and cereals and other food product.

 

Whey Protein Isolate vs. Whey Protein Concentrate

There has been long debates about which type of protein is better; whey protein isolate or whey protein concentrate. However, the truth is that there isn’t definite answer. In fact, the most assuring answer is: “it depends”. It depends on your personal nutrition and fitness goals. There are differences between whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate, and one may cater to your wants and needs more than the other. Whey protein isolate has a higher protein content and is lower in carbohydrates, lactose and fat, which is beneficial for anyone. All in all, it’s worth considering to yourself whether the additional benefits are necessary for you. If you are lactose intolerant, and conscious about your carbohydrate and fat intake, then TC Nutrition’s Whey Protein Isolate, IsoShock is definitely for you.

 

Benefits

 

 

  1. CONTAINS ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS

Whey Protein Isolate is among the purest forms of whey and is a complete protein. It contains all of the essential amino acids that your body needs to repair muscle after a workout. These amino acids are considered ‘essential’ because your body cannot create them on it’s own, so they’re essential to your diet!

Because essential amino acids are not made by our bodies we must look to food or supplements to get these essential nutrients. At TC Nutrition, you can find the highest quality and best tasting protein available on the market to help you reach your nutrition needs!

Failing to get these in our diets may result in muscle loss and problems with repair, as well as a host of other adverse effects. To reduce tissue damage and increase performance, it is essential to get these essential amino acids into our diets!

 

  1. LITTLE TO NO FAT OR CARBS

This is incredibly important for those who are lactose intolerant, or those who are very conscious about their dietary intake. While so many products out there are loaded with extra fat and carbs, whey protein isolate on its own is free of these substances. This will provide your body with the protein you need without the extra fat and carbs that can slow you down.

Many companies will actually add flavoring and other sweetening compounds that contain extra fat and carbs to enhance the texture and taste of their protein. Our state of the art manufacturing processes and advanced research has allowed us to achieve a superior taste while still keeping this protein as clean as possible! No added fat or carbs!

 

  1. LOW LACTOSE LEVELS

Whey Protein Isolate has less than 1% lactose in it. Because this number is so small and typically wont affect those who are lactose intolerant, you can generally consume this even if you are lactose sensitive or intolerant. But like all other things, consult with your doctor before doing so!

 

  1. DIGESTS RAPIDLY & EASILY

Whey Protein Isolate can be easily and rapidly digested by your body. This makes for the perfect post workout shake because it gets absorbed by your body as quickly and efficiently as possible. This allows it to feed your tired, sore muscles and help them rebuild faster and stronger. This protein will be absorbed and processed quickly, especially when consumed with water.

 

  1. SUPPORTS HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS

Protein is known for its ability to support healthy weight loss because it’s the most fulfilling macronutrient compared to fat and carbohydrates. Higher protein diets can also help boost metabolism, leading to long-term weight loss.

Supplementing with whey protein is an easy way to increase your daily protein intake, and when combined with a reduced-calorie diet, may help you lose weight. In one 2008 study, obese participants who were given a whey protein supplement lost significantly more body fat and maintained more muscle than the placebo group.

That doesn’t mean you can get away with skipping resistance exercise, it just means you’ll get more from your training with whey protein supplementation.

 

Additional benefits of Whey Protein Isolate:

  • Balanced source of essential amino acids and peptides.

  • High protein efficiency ratio: One study showed that milk protein is taken up by the body better than soy.

  • Excellent source of branched-chain amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, valine): Leucine is a crucial amino acid for new protein synthesis, or muscle building.

  • Excellent source of glutamine.

  • Crosses stomach quickly and is rapidly absorbed in the intestine (vs. casein which exits the stomach much slower).