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Optimum Health Ultimate Whey is a high quality blend of premium whey concentrate and whey isolate, perfect for anybody requiring additional protein in their diet. Optimum Health Ultimate Whey
• Delivers the best value and the best price in the UK!
• Our Best Selling Protein.
• Contains over 21g of High Quality Protein Per Serving.
• Only 121 Calories Per Serving.
Proteins are one of three macro-nutrients required by the human body and eating adequate amounts every day is essential to maintain your health.
Proteins function as the building blocks for bones, muscles, cartilage, skin and blood. It helps the body repair tissue damage and maintain a properly functioning immune system. The body also requires proteins to make hormones and vitamins.
As our bodies cannot store protein, it is important to eat it every day.
The muscles in our bodies are partly made up of protein and so one of the benefits of eating it is to maintain healthy muscles.
Proteins are considered incomplete or complete proteins. Complete proteins contain all the essential amino acids, while incomplete proteins don’t. Good sources of complete proteins come from animals. Milk and milk derivatives, particularly whey powder, are complete proteins.
When we eat foods that contain protein, the body breaks it down into amino acids. Amongst other things, these amino acids are necessary for building muscle and blood. There are 22 amino acids, which are divided into two categories, essential amino acids and non-essential amino acids. Certain essential amino acids can only be derived from eating protein.
To get the proper health benefits of protein, most people need about 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight each day. When additional demands are made on the body, such as training for sports, pregnancy or while recovering from an injury, more protein is needed to by the body. This can be up to 2g per kilogram of body weight.
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