Is It Weight Loss?
Are you seated at your desk day-in and day-out, everyday? Has that lack of motion caused you to put on kilos around your waist or your hips? Well here is a fun fact - your weight has less to do with how much you move or exercise and more to do with what you are eating and drinking! You cannot out-workout your mouth! You fix your nutrition habits and all that extra weight that you carry will melt away like a hot knife through butter.
Is It Muscle Gain?
Muscle Protein Synthesis (MPS) needs to exceed Muscle Protein Breakdown (MPB) for you to be able to grow muscle. For that to happen you need to first exercise for the Breakdown to occur and then feed yourself a complete protein, one that has all the 20 amino acids, for you to be able to build skeletal muscle tissue.
Is It Performance?
The nutrition you have during your choice of activities has a big impact on how you perform. A balanced diet is essential but in the heat of battle, you will need to fuel your cells with nutrition that goes beyond just energy; it should cater to every part of your body by replenishing and revitalizing.
Is It Health?
A vast majority of us are Vitamin D deficient. For some Vitamin B12 starts becoming an issue as we age. Some of us are vegetarians so we end up anaemic due to the lack of iron in our diet. For many our cholesterol stores have built up to unsafe limits due to our food habits over the years. Health comes in many shapes and sizes but the end result we all want is to be healthy.
Made From Real Food
The macronutrients are made from real food sources. Whey protein is derived from milk. The healthy lipids are made from vegetarian seeds of Sunflower, Flaxseed and Sesame. The slow absorbing carbs come from beets. The Carb-Protein-Fat ratio is a healthy balance of everything you need in the right proportions.
Nutrients = Known Benefits
Vitamin A + B7 = Skin Health
Vitamin B7 = Hair Health
Vitamin A = Eye Health
Vitamin A = Gene Transcription
Vitamin A + C + D + E + Selenium + Copper + Manganese + Zinc = Immune Health
Vitamin B1 + Chromium = Glucose Functioning
Vitamin B12 + C = Nervous System Functioning
Vitamin B2 + B3 + D + Potassium + Calcium = Heart Health
Vitamin B12 + B5 + B6 + Zinc + Molybdenum = Enzyme Functions
Sunflower + Flaxseed + Sesame Oils + Isomaltulose + Maltodextrin = Energy
Vitamin C + K + Iron + Magnesium + Chromium + Chloride = Blood Functions
Vitamin D + K + Calcium + Phosphorus = Bone Health
Vitamin D + Potassium + Iodine = Mental Health
Whey Protein = Muscle Growth and Function