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MAXIMUM HIGH TECH NUTRITION

ISO 90 (Stevia)

PROTEIN

Free of carbohydrates and lipids, ISO 90 ensures maximum recovery with 90% pure protein *. Source of protein for the maintenance of good health. Source of protein to promote tissue production and repair. Source of amino acids that play a role in muscle protein synthesis. Helps build muscle mass when used in combination with regular training and a balanced diet.

110
CALORIE
27
PROTEIN (g)
0
CARBOHYDRATES (g)
0
SUGAR (g)

The particularity of this range is found in its unique formulas, suitable for athletes looking for muscle growth and an improvement in their overall health.

Each formula is created and tested by our experts in order to offer you the best product possible. The HTN range meets the needs of professional athletes as well as those of beginners.

With Stevia

Sugar Free

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Suggested use

Adults. Take 1 scoop + 250-500 ml in a cold drink 1 or 2 times / day after training.

Ingredients + Warnings

Chocolate, Cream cookie: Micro filtered whey protein isolate, xanthan gum, Stevia, cocoa, natural and artificial flavor. May contain: Milk, eggs, soy.

Vanilla, Banana, Strawberry-banana: Micro filtered whey protein isolate, xanthan gum, Stevia, natural and artificial flavor. May contain: Milk, eggs, soy.

CAUTION: Make sure you drink enough fluids before, during, and after exercise. If you are pregnant and breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Do not use if the seal is damaged or missing. Keep in a cool dry place out of the reach of children. Sold by weight.

ISO 90 (Stevia)

PROTEIN CONCENTRATION

In order to obtain a whey isolate (WPI), we use a whey protein concentrate and remove most of the fat and lactose from it by filtration. This process results in a pure protein, very little denatured therefore rich in amino acids. The higher the percentage, the more the protein is said to be pure. To calculate the concentration of a protein supplement (purity), the formula is as follows: Number of grams of protein ÷ recommended serving x 100.