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ÂŽ PROTEIN Milk Cyclone 30g of protein for lean muscle maintenance and recovery A natural source of BCAAs Naturally contains Glutamine Fat-free No added sugar

THE POWER OF PROTEIN Protein provides the body the building blocks for all structural cells, so if your goal is to gain muscle, increase strength or even reduce body fat, whilst maintaining lean definition; meeting your individual protein needs is essential. During exercise muscle tissue is broken down, to adapt to the training the body repairs this muscle tissue with dietary protein, therefore as exercise and activity level increase so does the need for protein. Active individuals who are looking to maintain and develop muscle should consume between 1-2g of protein, dependent on training and goal for example an active 80kg man needs 80-160g (Kreider et al., 2010). Since convenient high protein snacks are sometimes hard to find, Protein Milk can help individuals meet these guidelines.

High protein ready to drink nutritious shake. Protein Milk is a convenient high protein ready-to-drink option ideal for anyone looking to maintain lean muscle mass and support post exercise recovery. Available in chocolate, banana and strawberry flavours as a convenient easy choice for consumers to include as part of a snack or after the gym. Protein milk contains double the protein of milk, is fat free and has no added sugar. This makes for the ideal choice to help meet individuals meet their protein needs.

Protein Milk contains MaxPro a high quality milk protein blend which naturally contains whey protein, is rich in Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s); such as leucine and is also a natural source of glutamine, all of which are key nutrients in supporting muscle maintenance and recovery.

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MAXIMUSCLE and star device are trade marks of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies.


BCAAs The branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are leucine, isoleucine, and valine. BCAAs are found in many protein rich foods such as dairy, meat, fish and eggs. BCAAs are considered essential amino acids, because the human body cannot produce them itself and therefore they are required from the diet. BCAAs and in particular leucine; have been shown to activate muscle signalling pathways that stimulate protein synthesis during the recovery period after exercise (Blomstrand et al., 2006).

GLUTAMINE

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION Per 330ml Energy Protein Carbohydrates Fat Fibre Glutamine BCAAs Leucine Isoleucine Valine

190 Kcal 796 KJ 30g 16.5g 0.7g 0.3g 4.2g 7.5g 3.3g 1.9g 2.3g

Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and has recently become regarded as conditionally essential rather than a non-essential amino acid (Newsholme et al., 2011). It is commonly found in high protein foods such as meats and fish, and is used in the body for cell growth and fuelling the immune system. During periods of heavy training, glutamine levels fall in the body which can suppress the immune system and increases the risk of infection (Castell et al, 1996).

Available in Banana, Chocolate and Strawberry flavour.

RECOMMENDED USE

Suitable for vegetarians. Contains milk.

Consume Protein Milk after exercise to aid muscle recovery, between meals as part of a snack to help meet individual protein needs.

References: Bean, A. (2007). Sport Supplements. What nutritional supplements really work (reprinted 2011). A & C Black, London. Blomstrand E, Eliasson J, Karlsson HKR, Kohnke, R (2006). Branched-Chain Amino Acids Activate Key Enzymes in Protein Synthesis after Physical Exercise. The Journal of Nutrition 135: 269S-273S. Castell LM, Newsholme J and Poortmans JR (1996). Does glutamine have a role in reducing infections in athletes? European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology: 73(5); 488-490 Kreider RB, Wilborn CD, Taylor L, Campbell B, Almada AL, Collins R, Cooke M, Earnest CP, Greenwood M, Kalman DS, Kerksick CM, Kleiner SM, Leutholtz B, Lopez H, Lowery LM, Mendel R, Smith A, Spano M, Wildman R, Willoughby DS, Ziegenfuss TN, Antonio J. (2010). ISSN exercise & sport nutrition review: research & recommendations. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 7:7. Newsholme P, Krause M, Newsholme EA, Stear SJ, Burke LM, Castell LM (2011). BJSM reviews: A to Z of nutritional supplements: dietary supplements, sports nutrition foods and ergogenic aids for health and performance—Part 18. Br J Sports Med 45:230–232.

Intended for use by health professionals only

MAXIMUSCLE and star device are trade marks of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies.


Maximuscle Protein Milk 330