• Immune function
• Nutritional support
• Normal cell differentiation
• 100% Natural Grade A
• Free of Pesticides
• Negative for Antibiotics
• Melamine Free
Serving Size: 1 Rounded Scoop (~27g)
Energy … 110 Calories/435 KJ
Calories from Fat … 9 Calories/33.5 KJ
Proteins … 21.83 g*
Alpha-Lactalbumin … 7.22 g
Lactoferrin … 310 mg
Glycomacropeptides (4% Sialic Acid) … 2.50 g
Carbohydrates … 1.4 g
Sugars … 1.4 g
Fiber … 0.0 g
Fat … 1.0 g
Saturated Fat … 0.6 g
Calcium … 146 mg
Sodium … 29 mg
Calories Per Gram: Fat 9 Carbohydrate 4 Protein 4
* from 15.59 g whey protein isolate (85.5% protein) and 11.25 g concentrate (75.6% protein).Ingredients: Cross-flow microfiltered whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, high alpha lactalbumin whey protein isolate, lactoferrin isolate, soy lecithin, xanthan gum, inulin, guar gum.
Total Amino Acid Profile
Per 27g servings
Total Essential Amino Acids … 10.64 g
Isoleucine (BCAA) … 1.34 g
Leucine (BCAA) … 2.45 g
Valine (BCAA) … 1.25 g
Phenylalanine … 0.72 g
Methionine … 0.48 g
Lysine … 2.04 g
Tryptophan … 0.42 g
Threonine … 1.47 g
Histidine … 0.45 g
Total Non Essential Amino Acids … 11.60 g
Alanine … 1.07 g
Arginine … 0.54 g
Aspartic Acid … 2.28 g
Cysteine … 0.57 g
Glutamic Acid … 3.50 g
Glycine … 0.41g
Proline … 1.42 g
Serine … 1.08 g
Tyrosine … 0.72 g
AOR Guarantees: Some ingredients are processed in a facility that also processes wheat, corn, nuts, eggs, fish and shellfish. While none of these are added to this product, traces may be present.
Source: Bovine Milk
What Is It?
Advanced Whey combines whey protein isolate rich in alpha-lactalbumin, whey protein concentrate and lactoferrin isolate, providing 20% protein from alpha-lactalbumin as any good whey protein should, and up to 28% more lactoferrin than other high-end whey proteins currently available. Advanced Whey is now made with sunflower lecithin instead of soy lecithin.
What Does It Do?Primary Uses: Advanced Whey is a high-quality whey protein designed to capitalize on the benefits of immune-supporting nutrients naturally found in whey protein. The widespread health applications of whey protein are heavily dependent on its lactoferrin and alpha-lactalbumin content. Recent findings indicate that lactoferrin suppresses inflammation and reduces cholesterol levels. Scientists have determined that lactoferrin stimulates anti-inflammatory cytokines and inhibits proinflammatory cytokines. Lactoferrin's effects on cholesterol levels seem to be based on its ability to reduce the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, an important function considering that oxidized LDL cholesterol can damage artery walls and set the stage for mineral and fat deposits which lead to blockages. Lactoferrin's multifunctional role also encompasses antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antioxidant and immunomodulatory activities. Secondary Uses: Whey protein is an excellent addition to a lactovegetarian diet and is often used as a weight loss food. It also provides valuable support for muscle building and maintenance, whether in the gym or for the elderly and frail.
Who Should Take It?
Advanced Whey is good for those who want to boost their immune function and who may benefit from nutritional support containing a healthy source of protein.
Mix 1 scoop with your favorite beverage. Stir with a spoon for 30 seconds. No blender required. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications.
Cautions: Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have liver or kidney disease, if you have been instructed to follow a protein diet, or for use beyond 6 months. May cause mild gastrointestinal disturbances. This product contains milk products. Do not use if you have a milk allergy.
Pregnancy/Nursing: Consult a health care practitioner prior to use
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