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daily protein unflavored

Grass-fed, pasture-raised whey protein isolate. 26 grams bioactive whey protein per scoop, 6g BCAAs, 30 scoops per container. No sweeteners or flavors of any kind!
2 lb. (30 scoops)
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daily protein plus oat

Grass-fed, pasture-raised whey protein isolate with heart-healthy oat beta glucan fiber and mangosteen antioxidant. Tastes great, mixes well. Excellent for breakfast!
2 lb. (30 scoops)
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daily protein plus vanilla

Grass-fed whey protein with prebiotic fiber and organic vanilla bean. No sweeteners. Tastes great, mixes well. Excellent for breakfast!
2 lb. (30 scoops)
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$60.00 $48.00
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daily protein plus chocolate

Grass-fed, pasture-raised bioactive whey protein with organic cocoa and fiber. No sweeteners!...
2 lb. (30 scoops)
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12.17 oz (345 g)
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$49.00 $44.10
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colloidal silver

High-grade mild silver protein nutritional supplement.
4 fluid oz.
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$36.00 $28.80
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Daily Protein

Discover the Daily Protein Difference! • Truly grass-fed whey protein from cows pastured on Irish family farms for 300+ days per year! • Lactose-free, casein-free, soy-free • No sweeteners of any kind • Bioactive immune compounds • Advanced microfiltration leaves BCAAs intact • Best protein for energy, metabolism, and muscles*

Protein and Fiber

The U.S. government recommends at least 50 grams a day of protein and 25 grams a day of fiber. In my opinion both amounts are on the low side. It always amazes me that the government sees no difference in protein need for a 220 pound man compared to a 125 pound woman -- surely there has to be a difference! As a general rule, we recommend consuming 1/2 to...

Protein for Breakfast

Getting your day started on the right foot is very important to keeping your metabolism functioning properly as the day goes along -- which significantly impacts your ability to metabolize cholesterol correctly. Many individuals do not eat adequate dietary protein at breakfast -- or even worse tend to skip breakfast because they are in a hurry. This tends...

Protein & Fiber Boost Weight Loss

Protein and fiber are vital for healthy weight loss. Are you getting enough? Your minimum protein intake for weight loss should be 1/2 to 3/4 of your ideal body weight in grams of protein per day. To maximize muscle metabolism, you need protein high in branched-chain amino acids, especially leucine. Unlike any other amino acid, leucine directly...

Whey Protein for Body Structure

Protein is the primary macronutrient your body uses to build and repair itself. Without sufficient protein your body will simply not work very well in a structural sense. When you don't have enough dietary protein your body is forced to catabolize (break down) structural proteins like your muscles to use for other needs. It is simply not possible to...


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06 09, 2008

High Protein Meals Reduce Appetite

Studies that detail the effects of protein on rat brain neuro-circuitry show that higher protein meals increase your subconscious brain's satiety signals, helping you feel full.

11 25, 2008

Higher Protein Helps Weight Loss

A new study shows that ensuring a higher percentage of calories from protein, when you are trying to lose weight, helps your body burn fat more efficiently. Controlling for glycemic index did not provide additional benefits; a stable base of protein was the key.

09 24, 2012

How Protein Helps Weight Loss

Quality protein is the single most important calorie that helps you sustain, improve, build, and enhance multiple body systems, including weight loss and management.

01 27, 2011

Protein Following Exercise Boosts Muscle

The loss of ability to synthesize muscle protein is a key marker of accelerated aging. This new study shows that 20 grams of protein following exercise, in both young and elderly men, boosted the rate of protein synthesis.


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12 13, 2008

Whey Protein Helps PCOS

Effects of protein versus simple sugar intake on weight loss in polycystic ovary syndrome (according to the National Institutes of Health criteria).

12 13, 2008

Whey Protein Reduces Appetite

Glycomacropeptide (GMP) is not critical to whey-induced satiety, but may have a unique role in energy intake regulation through cholecystokinin (CCK).


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