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Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Isolate

Protein is essential for building muscle. However, not all protein supplements are made equal. MRI HYDROLYZED WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE is the solution for maximum muscle-building power.† It is a post-workout supplement formulated with premium ingredients that work together to enhance amino acid uptake and support quicker muscle recovery.

Available In:
Salted Caramel  /  25 Servings  /  1.82 LBS (825 G)
Lava Cake  /  25 Servings  /  1.93 LBS (875 G)

Product Description

DOUBLE THE POWER OF WHEY PROTEIN^†

Protein is essential for building muscle. However, not all protein supplements are made equal. MRI HYDROLYZED WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE is the solution for maximum muscle-building power.† It is a post-workout supplement formulated with premium ingredients that work together to enhance amino acid uptake and support quicker muscle recovery.

Boost muscle size and strength by taking HYDROLYZED WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE within an hour after exercise.

Key Ingredients

Whey Protein Whey protein is known to be more effective at building muscle than casein or vegetable proteins. HYDROLYZED WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE is a highly concentrated and partially broken-down form of whey protein. This means less sugar, less cholesterol, and less lactose but more muscle protein synthesis. The hydrolyzed form allows protein to get rapidly digested and absorbed in the body to help repair and ultimately, build more muscle.
Velositol Velositol® is a patented, breakthrough ingredient clinically proven to significantly increase muscle protein synthesis. When added to whey protein, Velositol improves essential amino acid uptake which is key for quicker muscle recovery. In fact, a study shows that Velositol doubles the power of protein to support enhanced muscle growth versus whey protein alone.†‡

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