About this item
- 25g of 100% whey protein isolate
- 110 calories
- Less than 1g of sugar
- Fast digestion and absorption
- 11.8g of essential amino acids, including 5.5g of BCAAs
Dymatize® ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Rich Chocolate (90 servings) helps fuel muscle-building. Each canister contains 90 servings of ISO protein powder.
What Is In Dymatize ISO 100?
Each serving of Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Rich Chocolate flavor, contains 25 grams of protein (whey protein isolate) and 5.5 grams of BCAAs including 2.7 grams of L-leucine.
Known worldwide for its quality, taste and purity, ISO100 is formulated using a cross flow micro-filtration, multistep purification process that preserves important muscle-building protein fractions while removing excess carbohydrates, fat, lactose and cholesterol. Made with pre-hydrolyzed protein sources, ISO-100 is designed to ensure fast digestion and absorption.
What Is the Nutritional Value of Dymatize Whey Protein?
A serving of Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Rich Chocolate flavor, contains only 110 calories and less than 1 g of sugar.
In addition, each serving of this whey protein isolate powder contains 11.8g of essential amino acids, including 5.5g of naturally occurring BCAAs.
Because it contains a wide range of essential amino acids, ISO 100 whey protein is one of the best ways of getting the protein needed to build muscle. Studies show it can help you increase strength, gain muscle and decrease body fat. Whey protein comes from the liquid part of milk, separated from milk solids during cheese production. It is high in branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) such as leucine and cysteine which stimulate muscle growth and act as antioxidants.
The term "isolate" means this form of whey protein is 90% protein or higher. "Hydrolyzed" means it's been pre-digested for quick absorption.
Muscle Building Tips
In addition to using ISO 100 hydrolyzed whey protein, strive to incorporate multiple muscles into your routine with resistance training such as lunges, squats, and bench presses. Eat more protein to promote muscle repair, recovery and growth. Don't just lift heavy but also do longer sets with lighter weights to build other muscle fibers. Get enough sleep: at least seven hours a night. Allow time for recovery between workout, taking off at least one to two days a week.