Protein Powders

 

Our protein powders are an easy and convenient source of complete, high-quality protein  There are a few reasons why people might want supplemental protein in their diet:

  • Young athletes who are still growing. A teenager needs more protein to fuel his workouts because his body is still growing and uses more protein in general.
  • When you’re starting an exercise program. If working out is new to you and you’re trying to build muscle, you’ll require more protein than you normally would.
  • When you’re amping up your workouts. If you normally work out for half an hour a few times a week, but now you’ve decide to train for a half-marathon, your body will need more protein.
  • When you’re recovering from an injury.  Injuries cause the body to require more protein to help them heal.
  • If you’re going vegan. People who pursue a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle eliminate a number of common protein sources from their diet, including meat, chicken, and fish, and sometimes dairy and eggs as well.
  • When you are on a weight loss diet. Research shows that increasing protein calories during weight loss helps a person to retain their muscle mass.

 

Protein Powders
Show Me The Whey® Chocolate (Item #959)

Our whey comes from milk cows raised right here in the USA. These cows have access to grazing in fresh pasture and are not treated with rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone). The soy used for easier mixing is non-GMO, analytically confirmed to be GMO free by DNA-level testing Whey protein powder is an excellent source of protein, even surpassing whole egg, soy, beef, casein or milk in its biological activity in the body and its ability to deposit nitrogen in the muscles. Whey is also a rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAA), which make up 1/3 of the amino acids in muscle protein. Whey is the only protein source that contains immunoglobulins, which are essential in maintaining immune system function. Our...Full Details

Protein Powders
Show Me The Whey® Natural Flavor (Item #976)

Whey protein powder is an excellent source of protein, even surpassing whole egg, soy, beef, casein, or milk in its biological activity in the body and its ability to deposit nitrogen in the muscles. Whey is also a naturally rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAA), which make up 1/3 of the amino acids in muscle protein. The BCCA L-leucine is especially important for building muscle protein synthesis. Building lean muscle promotes a healthy metabolism and improves the body's ability to burn more calories. Many use whey to support their weight program and to stay healthy. Whey contains immunoglobulins, which are essential in maintaining immune system function. Our Show Me The Whey® protein powder is a high...Full Details

Protein Powders
Show Me The Whey® Vanilla (Item #958)

Our whey is from milk cows raised right here in the USA. These cows have access to grazing in fresh pasture and are not treated with rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone). The soy used for easier mixing is non-GMO, analytically confirmed to be GMO free by DNA-level testing. Whey protein powder is an excellent source of protein, even surpassing whole egg, soy, beef, casein or milk in its biological activity in the body and its ability to deposit nitrogen in the muscles. Whey is also a rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAA), which make up 1/3 of the amino acids in muscle protein. Whey is the only protein source (besides breastmilk) that contains immunoglobulins, which are essential in maintaining immune...Full Details

Protein Powders
Soy Protein Powder IP non-GMO (Item #968)

Genetic engineering (GE), or use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) , continues to be a controversial issue in the Natural Foods industry. Some of the immediate and specific results of GE when used in agriculture are known, but mostly, the long term and general effects on ecosystems and human health are not. By providing a NON-GMO Soy Protein Powder, we support the consumer's "right to know" issue regarding GE and GMOs. A Certified Identity Preserved material is closely monitored during each step of the growing, harvesting, production, and transportation process of agricultural crops, such as soybeans, to ensure it is not exposed to DNA modification.