Let's Breakdown Pro-Fusion 7
Pro-Fusion Seven™ is a blend of seven protein sources. Each type of protein digests differently for maximum absorption over a longer period of time. Mimicking a whole food meal but at a cost-efficient method of just 2 scoops!
As the name suggests, there is a blend of seven different proteins — whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, whey protein hydrolysate, milk protein isolate, calcium caseinate, micellar casein, and egg white protein. Each type of protein has a different digestion rate for maximum absorption over a longer period of time.
Pro-Fusion Seven™ provides:
•24g of time-released protein
•12 grams of carbohydrates for fuel
•5 grams of fiber
•6 grams of healthy fats from MCT Oil
•Digestive Enzyme Complex for easier digestion
Protein Types in Pro-Fusion 7:
Whey Protein Concentrate – Whey protein is one of the primary proteins found in dairy products. A byproduct of the cheese-making process, whey protein provides substantial amounts of the essential amino acids that are needed to carry out the functions that proteins perform in the body.
Whey Protein Isolate – whey isolate undergoes more processing, which results in higher protein content with fewer carbs, lactose, and fat.
Whey Protein Hydrolysate (WPH) – is produced by protease-mediated hydrolysis of intact whey protein, has an amino-acid composition identical to intact whey protein, and can raise plasma concentration of amino acids more rapidly and to a higher level than intact whey protein after ingestion
Milk Protein Isolate (MPI) – is the substance obtained by the partial removal of sufficient non-protein constituents (lactose and minerals) from skim milk so that the finished dry product contains 90% or more protein by weight.
Micellar Casein – is approximately 90% un-denatured protein and is a rich source of BCAAs and Glutamine. Micellar Casein is created when casein protein is separated from whey, fat, and lactose in milk. This is the slowest digesting form of casein as it forms micelles when added to the fluid.
Calcium Caseinate – is one of several milk proteins derived from casein in skim and 1% milk. A slower digesting form of casein protein.
Egg white protein – is made from dried egg whites. From a nutrition perspective, the benefits of egg white protein are quite impressive. With 90% water and 10% protein, egg whites contain no fat.