LEVRONE GOLD ISO protein supplement is a dietary supplement designed for beginners and professional athletes, recreational exercisers, and lovers of diversified nutrition, who want to provide their bodies with trouble-free access to complete proteins. The product in the form of an easily dissolvable powder allows you to prepare a high-protein drink without sugar and fat. The protein used in the nutrient comes from a high-class raw material, which guarantees a rich content of amino acids in each prepared shake. The nutrient is available in several sensational flavors that can enhance the taste of your daily meals.
What are the benefits of LEVRONE GOLD ISO?
- Convenient source of high quality whey protein in the form of whey protein isolate (WPI)
- High protein concentration – each serving provides up to 25g of pure protein!
- No added sugar and fat – no unnecessary calories – ideal for people working on pure muscle mass and during weight loss
- Proteins support the growth and maintenance of muscle mass, especially during regular strength and endurance physical activity[1-3]
- Protein contributes to maintaining healthy bones[3,4]
- Proteins are a rich source of valuable amino acids, especially exogenous BCAA and EAA complexes[2,5]
- Exogenous amino acids may play a role in protein regeneration and synthesis[2,6,7]
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