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
Fuel your muscle-building efforts with Dymatize® ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Classic Vanilla (90 servings). Inside each canister, you'll get 90 servings of ISO protein powder to help your journey.
Why Ingredients are in Dymatize ISO 100?
Boost your protein intake with a serving of Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Classic Vanilla flavor, which has 25 grams of protein (whey protein isolate) and 5.5 grams of BCAAs including 2.7 grams of L-Leucine.
Using a cross-flow microfiltration, multistep purification process, ISO100 is formulated to preserve important muscle-building protein fractions, simultaneously removing excess carbohydrates, fat, lactose and cholesterol. This ISO-100 is made with pre-hydrolyzed protein sources to ensure absorption and fast digestion.
What Nutrients Are in Dymatize Whey Protein?
In a serving of Dymatize ISO100 Hydrolyzed 100% Whey Protein Isolate Powder, Classic Vanilla flavor, you get only 110 calories and less than 1 g of sugar. Each serving of this whey protein isolate powder contains 11.8g of essential amino acids, 5.5g of which are naturally occurring BCAAs.
One of the best ways of getting muscle-building protein, ISO 100 whey protein contains a wide range of essential amino acids. Research shows it positively influences strength, muscle gain and helps decrease body fat. A byproduct of cheese production, whey protein comes from the liquid part of milk, once separated from the solids. Whey is high in the branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) leucine and cysteine, which stimulate muscle growth and act as antioxidants.
"Isolate" means whey protein that has a 90% protein ratio or higher, while hydrolyzed whey protein has been pre-digested for quick absorption.
Muscle Building Tips
Use these tips, along with taking ISO 100 hydrolyzed whey protein, to build muscle. Incorporate resistance training that uses multiple muscles into your routine, such as squats, lunges and bench presses. Eating more protein helps promote muscle repair, recovery and growth. In addition to heavy sets, do longer sets with lighter weights to build other muscle fibers. Sleep for at least hours a night. Take off at least 1 to 2 days a week to allow time for recovery between workouts.