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Absolute Protein

Absolute Protein is a new generation of completely natural dairy proteins. This unique method of manufacturing uses cold processing and methods of micro-filtration, ultra-filtration, dia-filtration and ion-exchange processes. This enables us to select the primary functional proteins from sweet dairy whey. These proteins are dried at very low temperatures, resulting in un-denatured fully functional, bio-available protein fractions.

Absolute Protein features a blend of the highest quality proteins to include agglomerated whey protein concentrate, ion-exchange whey protein isolate, partially hydrolyzed (pre-digested) whey protein peptides, and glutamine peptides.

Absolute Protein contains high levels of glycomacropeptides and glutamine peptides, which help to satiate the appetite. They are anti-microbial and anti-bacterial. Each 2.5 oz. serving contains 12g glutamine peptides, glutamine, and glutamic acid.

Ri-Branol a stabilized and enhanced rice bran is the source of tocotrienols, phytic acid and fiber. Formulated without artificial sweeteners, but with stevia a completely natural herb that is 100 times sweeter than sugar. Absolute Protein is low glycemic and easily digested, not causing stomach upset.

This combination can help prevent the negative effects of cortisol and free radicals caused from physical exercise. It may also lessen the effects of colds and flu. This will keep you in better health.

Swiss Chocolate, Creamy Vanilla, Orange Creme
Single serving or 2 lb size
2.5 oz serving provides: 50g protein
3g fat,
3g fiber
6g carbohydrate
100 mg magnesium citrate
420 mg potassium

Timed Release Protein
* 50 g protein control blend
* hydrolyzed whey protein peptides
* whey protein concentrate
* whey protein isolate
* easily/completely digestible
* superior amino acid profile
* un-denatured proteins
* high levels of glycomacropeptide

Glutamine peptides
* nitrogen increasing
* BCAA sparing
* immune stimulating

* 40 to 6,000 times the antioxidant activity of vitamin E
* 23 active tocotrienols
* originate from the oil in rice bran *

* necessary for intestinal function
* soluble/insoluble
* assists in nitrogen processing

* supports C. N. S. activity
* helps to ensure brain and liver function
* positive action on the cell membrane fluidity


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*These statements about Osmo Whey Protein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Osmo Whey Protein is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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