PURE AND PRISTINE
Zero Carb Pristine Protein sets the standard for what other whey protein isolates strive to be. By combining a smooth taste with a blend of the highest quality ingredients, this fast-digesting whey isolate protein blend is designed to help maintain and increase muscle mass.
NO carbs, NO sugar, and NO artificial colors or sweeteners---just an unbeatable blend of protein and EAAs in every serving. An ideal snack and/or pre- or post-workout drink, Zero Carb Pristine Protein is a top option for all occasions!
WHY SHOULD YOU USE THIS PRODUCT?
Zero Carb Pristine Protein is the perfect pre- or post-workout drink.
20 g premium whey concentrate protein: Don’t be fooled by products offering an exorbitant amount of protein. Quality affects the absorption rate, and studies have shown the body can only absorb about 20-25 grams of protein during a period of 1 ½ - 2 hours.
Digests quickly: Because it digests faster than whey concentrate2, Zero Carb Pristine Protein is ideal as a pre-exercise fuel or a post-workout recovery drink.
No sugar or carbs: As the name implies, Zero Carb Pristine Protein contains NO carbs and NO sugar and is unlikely to give you that bloated feeling other, lower-quality proteins can — that’s why we call it pristine.
Helps promote satiety: A variety of studies have shown that whey protein suppresses appetite and promotes satiety (fullness).
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HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
Zero Carb Pristine Protein can be used any time of day or night but is especially good before or after periods of intense activity. Combine one scoop of Zero Carb Pristine Protein with 5-7 ounces of water (feel free to use more or less based on the desired thickness) and mix thoroughly. For an even thicker, frostier shake, substitute ice cubes for some of the water and mix in a blender.
Zero Carb Pristine Protein can also be added to pancake mixes, muffin mixes, and other delicious and healthy food items.
* Servings per container are for the 2-pound containers.
This product contains milk ingredients
Produced in a facility that may also process ingredients containing milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans.
* Product contains heat and moisture sensitive materials, which can cause clamping and settling. Protect from exposure to light, heat, and moisture and keep stored at 59°F - 77°F (15°C - 25°C)
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