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NUTRITECH® PREMIUM WHEY is our best-in-class protein, formulated with a 23g dose of bioavailable protein sourced from grass-fed cows to promote weight loss, build lean muscle and strength, assist body toning, repair and reduce muscle tissue damage, and increase athletic performance.




Whey protein supports weight loss efforts by increasing satiety and reducing overall calorie intake, making it a helpful tool in weight management. A study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that whey protein had a high thermic effect, requiring a lot of energy to digest, and could help increase muscle mass, boosting metabolism.

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An excellent tool for building muscle, whey protein increases muscle protein synthesis, leading to greater muscle growth. In a study published in the American Journal of Physiology, branched-chain amino acids found in whey protein were shown to augment ammonia metabolism while reducing protein breakdown during exercise, leading to increased muscle growth.


Whey protein has been shown to enhance muscle growth and strength, making it a great supplement for individuals looking to build strength. A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that resistance exercise combined with whey protein supplementation led to a significant increase in muscle mass in older men.

Our best-in-class protein


Whey protein is a high-quality, fast absorbing protein derived from milk making it ideal for supporting your weight loss, muscle toning, muscle and strength building, tissue repair, and athletic performance goals. To get the best results, it is recommended to consume whey protein within 30 minutes of your workout and to choose a high-quality, pure form of whey protein with minimal additives.


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