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Individuals who are looking for an alternative to cow milk protein.
WHAT IT IS
100% grass-fed goat whey protein packed with amino acids essential for cell vitality.
WHAT IT DOES
Goat Enhanced Organic Protein Whole Body is high in protein and provides a broad range of natural amino acids. It also contains less lactose (milk sugars) than cow’s milk, which is great because it helps those who suffer from lactose intolerance. Additionally, goat’s milk is slightly alkaline, unlike cow’s milk which is slightly acidic.
This formula is 100% grass-fed goat whey protein with no additives. It contains no artificial sweeteners, flavors, or colors and is GMO-free, Growth Hormone Free, Soy Free, and Gluten-Free. It has also 10x more live pro-biotics than yogurt, making this product an alternative healthy supplement.
HOW IT WORKS
Take immediately after your workout. Mix two scoops with one cup of water or juice. You may take it in the morning or at night on resting days.
• Supports Protein Tissue Repair
• Increases Energy
• Improves Endurance
• Prevents Muscle Cannibalization
• Reduces Recovery Time
• Sweetened With Natural Stevia
Goat Milk Protein
Compared to standard cow milk, soy milk, or nut milks, goat milk has more protein per serving.
It has higher levels of taurine than cow milk. It’s a great source of Vitamin A, B2, Potassium, Magnesium and Zinc. It’s also rich in Calcium, Phosphorus and Magnesium.
Further, the digestion of goat milk proteins is nearly a third faster compared to cow milk proteins. It’s also less allergenic and is good for heart health.
Calcium does more than help build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis. It is the primary mineral involved in muscular contraction. It is responsible for triggering muscle contraction. Muscles are comprised of two protein filaments: myosin and actin. When muscle contraction occurs, these filaments slide over each other to convert ATP (adenosine triphosphate), aka the way your body stores and uses energy. The more you exercise, the more ATP your body needs to keep your muscles moving.
It plays an important role in how the body uses carbohydrates and fats. It is also needed for the body to make protein for the growth, maintenance, and repair of cells and tissues. Phosphorus also helps the body make ATP, a molecule the body uses to store energy.
Magnesium is an important mineral. It helps with muscle contraction and relaxation, nerve function, regulating blood pressure and supporting the immune system.
This mineral is an important electrolyte found within muscle cells and works closely with sodium to regulate body water levels. As well, Potassium plays a critical role in facilitating the electrical potentials across nerve and muscle cells that result in muscle contraction. Potassium is even involved in glycogen storage (for high intensity muscular energy). A poor potassium / sodium balance can lead to improper fluid levels, dehydration, muscle cramps and weakness.
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It has anti-inflammatory properties that can enhance post exercise recovery. It also prevents respiratory infections and helps ramp up the immune system.
Stevia is a natural sweetener with more health benefits compared to artificial sweeteners. It’s also associated with several health benefits, such as reduced calorie intake and blood sugar levels.
Serving Size 21 grams (2 scoops)
Servings per container 23