DRIVEN WHEY™ is unrivaled by any other protein on the market today, and here’s why. First, our advanced, low-temperature processing of whey protein concentrates and isolates results in the highest possible rate of amino acid delivery to your skeletal muscles. Second, the flavor is a-MAZ-ing!
What this means for you is that we refuse to save a buck by compromising on quality. Whether your goal is to increase muscle mass, lose weight, burn fat or just add pure, lean protein to your diet, DRIVEN WHEY™ is the optimal supplement to drive your performance to new heights.*
What is Driven Whey?
With 23 grams of muscle building pure whey protein per serving, including BCAAs, Driven Whey helps repair muscle tissues, which speeds recovery and maximizes muscle growth.*
Protein is extremely important for the growth and repair of muscle tissue. Research has proven that taking protein before and after workouts is the best way to spark new muscle growth, speed muscle tissue repair, and gain more lean muscle than ever before. Pure isolate whey proteins are the ideal way to do this, because they contain key muscle building amino acids.
BCAAs are amino acids that are not produced in your body; instead, they have to be introduced into the body through diet. Pure isolate whey protein powder ensures your body is getting the adequate dose of daily BCAAs in order to gain strength and mass while guarding against loss of muscle, because it is rich in whole chain amino acids (BCAA) leucine, isoleucine and valine. Training increases the need for BCAAs, which make up one third of muscle protein;including it before and after workouts is essential to getting the gains you work for and increasing your ability to get better muscle recovery.
New research is now showing why individuals with more muscle mass do not necessarily need more protein. Scientists from the University of Scotland have begun to look at muscle growth response from protein intake following full body workouts and split training workouts using large and small individuals.
It has been a long held belief in the sport science community that protein intake to support recovery is directly related to the SIZE of the individual athlete. We have all read the recommendations for weight training athletes that go something along the lines of, 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight or .5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. This is followed by a recommendation for post workout protein intake, again what is needed for proper recovery and again based on bodyweight. Read more…
Cows are ruminant animals. The rumen is a chamber in the stomach that breaks down plant fiber into smaller, easier digestible components. This process is how cows turn grass into a quality protein source. It is important the rumen maintain a stable balance of fiber, energy, nitrogen, and water as this directly affects the microbes and bacteria – which in turn stabilize the rumen pH.
If the ingested food source has an improper balance, the pH in the rumen will drop. A drop in pH causes an increase of lactate producing bacteria and a loss of lactate-utilizing bacteria making the rumen very acidic. An acidic rumen over time will cause an abscess in the liver. Read more…
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