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OxyElite Protein™ contains a precise blend of premium proteins including Milk Protein Isolate (MPI), which naturally contains a unique protein complex including both whey and casein. The protein combination found in MPI has been shown to have greater satiating ability, greater nitrogen retention, greater leaning potential and greater lean muscle impact than whey or casein alone.
Did you know that WPC is available between 34% - 80% protein content?
OxyElite Protein also includes the highest quality (80%) Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) available. Unless your protein label specifically states what % it is, you may be consuming the cheap stuff that has higher lactose (milk sugar) and other unwanted byproducts.
If you’re using the good stuff, why wouldn’t you flaunt it? OxyElite Protein includes premium WPC 80% and it’s clearly listed on the label—like it should be!
Precise blend of proteins scientifically formulated for real results
The goal of ingesting protein is to flood the bloodstream with various amino acids, including the essential amino acids and, especially, BCAA, so that they can make it into skeletal muscle where they’re needed most. When you ingest whey protein alone, amino acid levels quickly peak in the blood in about an hour, but they quickly plunge thereafter.
With casein, on the other hand, it takes around 7-8 hours for amino acid levels to return to baseline and in the case of BCAA levels, they’re still elevated even after 8 hours. Whey protein has its place, especially within that first hour of ingestion, but you’ll either need to ingest hourly servings of whey or add casein for the longer-term effects.
OxyElite Protein contains a precise mixture of whey and casein proteins to help you avoid catabolic pitfalls.
You’re not still buying two separate proteins—whey and casein— for different times of the day, are you? If so, you’re wasting your money!
Get OxyElite Protein and cover all your bases in one great-tasting shake.
OxyElite Protein not only contains the best possible proteins, but it’s also upgraded with:
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) – Known to possess anti-lipogenic activity in fat cells.
- Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) – Shown to increase diet-induced thermogenesis.
Due to a test developed in the 1800s and still used today, your protein may be loaded with cheap “filler” aminos, such as glycine, alanine and taurine.
They can be added to protein because when analyzed using these dated tests, they increase the total nitrogen content of the product, making it appear as if it has more protein than it really does.
So, in short, you’re paying for much more usable complete protein than you’re really getting!
Run, don't walk, from amino blends added to protein products!
OxyElite Protein contains No Added Maltodextrin, Corn Syrup or Hydrogenated Fats. One of these nasty and, unfortunately, common ingredients in protein could be why you’re not reaching your goals:
- Maltodextrin (i.e. glucose polymers) – While not technically a sugar; this additive registers higher on the Glycemic Index scale than a slice of white bread!
- Creamers (with corn syrup solids & hydrogenated fats) – You know that thick, fatty liquid polluted with corn syrup solids and evil hydrogenated fats some put in their coffee? Yeah, it’s in many proteins as well because it’s cheap and it improves taste (it’s also loaded with fat and sugar).
Are you being deceived by protein tests developed in the 1800’s? We’ve uncovered that many protein manufacturers have been exploiting the most evil protein loophole we’ve ever seen.
When a manufacturer submits its protein product to most analytical chemistry labs around the country, the lab will use what is considered to be the “standard” method of measuring protein content of a food. These “standard” methods rely upon the determination of total nitrogen content to calculate the protein content, but that can be a huge problem for the consumer and an easy way to manipulate the test for the manufacturer.
If a non-protein nitrogen source is added, the outdated test can’t differentiate it from real protein and this makes it appear that more protein is present in the product than what truly is (1).
You might remember some Chinese pet food manufacturers exploiting this loophole several years ago when they spiked their products with melamine, a hyper-toxic, nitrogen-containing compound, in order to falsely boost protein content (1).
Once the word got out, some protein manufacturers got right to the front of the line and started dumping ridiculously large quantities of non-essential amino acids (glycine, alanine & taurine are the most popular), creatine and other useless amine-containing compounds in order to make their product appear to have more protein than there really is.
Did you ever wonder why some proteins are so cheap or always on sale? There’s barely any protein in them!
Is your protein deceiving you?
Here are the top five things to look for on your protein label:
- Make sure there are no “amino blends”.
- Make sure there is no added glycine, alanine, taurine or creatine.
- Isolate Protein source (NOT soy or wheat) as the first protein listed.
- Make sure there’s not any added maltodextrin (e.g. glucose polymers).
- Make sure if Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) is part of the protein blend the % of WPC is listed. 80% is the highest available.
Warning: This product is only intended to be consumed by healthy adults 18 years of age or older. Pregnant or nursing women should not use this product. Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery. Discontinue use and immediately consult your health care professional if you experience any adverse reaction to this product. Do not exceed recommended serving. Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- What do you take it for?
- Losing fat mass, satiety, diuretic
- How is it taken?
- Dissolve in liquid and mix
- Size per dose
- One service
- How many times?
- From one to three times a day
- When should it be taken?
- On an empty stomach before and after training
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