WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE 5 lbs ~ Perfect Chocolate


THE PROBLEM: Protein powders are made from poor-quality milk coming from factory-farmed cows that taste horrible and are frequently spiked with cheap amino acids to bump up the protein content.

No doubt that most of these protein powders are cheap, but who wants to gag something down day after day that’s neither convenient nor beneficial?

THE SOLUTION: MYOGENETIX® protein powders. Taking years to properly formulate, MYOGENETIX® solves all of the problems currently afflicting those other low-grade protein powders. Most importantly, we completely stayed away from cheap, inferior protein sources & amino acids used for pig feed, such as denatured sodium, calcium caseinate & lysine.


We knew that to be the best, we had to use only the highest-quality protein sources, such as highly bioavailable ultrafiltered whey protein concentrate made out of fresh milk. The costs are much higher, but the rewards are significant. These proteins not only taste great, but they are unmatched in their ability to improve overall health as well as build critical bodily tissues and processes.

To make the highest-quality product in the industry, we knew we had to do even more. We decided that we would not settle for anything but the best-tasting protein powder on the market.

After countless trials, we arrived at several delicious flavors that are pure ecstasy to consume. Completing our solution to the problem, all MYOGENETIX® protein powders are thoroughly instantized so that every scoop dissolves perfectly in your favorite beverage.

No more disgusting clumps or blenders that dirty your kitchen . . . . . . With MYOGENETIX® protein powders, you only build muscle, burn fat & feel great!


Product safety is the key to protecting consumer health. The U.S. whey industry adheres to strict production practices, which ensure that all users of U.S. whey products obtain a safe, high-quality and nutritious product. U.S. whey products abide by one of the strictest sanitary and quality standards in the world in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. All products are tested and evaluated to ensure that they not only meet U.S. government standards, but also the requirements of the end-user.

Additional information

Weight 3 kg

What is the recommended protein requirement?

The protein requirement varies according to body weight and activity levels. For sedentary adults, the protein requirement is 0.8-1g per Kg body weight per day. For bodybuilders and training athletes, the protein requirement is 1-1.5g per Kg body weight
per day.

How much protein can be consumed in one serving?

Our bodies can absorb a maximum of 30g of protein at one time and any extra protein will be oxidized and removed from the body by the kidneys. So, divide your total protein requirement into 5-6 meals in order to use its full potential, and consuming 100g of protein at once will only be a waste of money.

What is the best time to take protein?

The best time to take protein is after the workout (post-workout) when your body is in a
catabolic stage from the hard session of strength training. You also need to take protein before
sleeping as during sleep the body builds muscle so to supply a steady chain of amino acids,
protein in the dinner is important.

How to choose the best protein supplement?

Whey protein concentrate is commonly used for muscle building and fat loss when you are not
having lactose intolerance and you can easily digest milk.
Whey protein isolate is used when you are lactose intolerant as WPI does not contain milk
sugar (lactose).
Whey protein hydrolysate is used when you are recovering from an injury or on bed rest so the
body has to work less to digest the protein.

How Protein helps in fat burn?

Proteins help to burn fat by several mechanisms:
It helps to build lean muscle mass which increases the BMR and burns fat as the muscle cells
contain mitochondria and while producing energy it burns calories. With more muscle, the
body burns more calories even at rest so BMR goes high.
When we ingest protein, the body burns 25-30% calories to digest and absorb which is much
higher than that of carbohydrates (10-15%) and fat (0-5%). Protein has a thermogenic effect
which again leads to increased BMR and fat burn.
Protein also suppresses the hunger hormone, ghrelin, which leads to a decreased appetite and
lesser consumption of overall calories. This leads to improved weight management.

How Protein helps in lean muscle building?

Protein is made up of several single units known as amino acids. When protein is ingested, it
is broken down into individual units of amino acids which are collected in the amino acid pool.
From the amino acid pool, the amino acids are again taken into the ribosomes where new chains
of proteins are formed that are used to build new muscle which is bigger and stronger. The milk
proteins contain an amino acid, leucine, which triggers muscle protein synthesis through
mTOR. Protein also stimulates the release of IGF-1 and growth hormone which are the major
anabolic hormones leading to muscle gain.

How Protein helps in recovery?

Recovery is the most important aspect for an athlete or a competing bodybuilder as it allows
them to compete at the highest level and gives them an edge over the competition. Protein helps
to recover the damaged muscle fibers after a hard workout session. After the workout, the
muscle fibers develop small cracks, and also there is an accumulation of lactic acid in the
muscles due to prolonged physical activity and lack of oxygen. This causes the body to go into
a catabolic stage where tissues are continuously undergoing breakage. To stop the catabolic
state and move it into an anabolic state, you require protein. The amino acids help in the
recovery of the cracks and the amino acid glutamine helps to buffer the lactic acid in the
muscles thereby reducing cramps. So, you can hit the gym sooner!

Do protein supplements affect or weaken your bones?

NO! Protein does not weaken your bones. It actually helps in bone strengthening and increasing
bone density. This is because proteins make up 1/3 of your bone mass (amount of protein your
bones contain) and ½ of the bone volume (amount of space protein takes). During bone
remodeling, the protein is continuously made and broken down. This is why you need daily
protein to maintain the bone density to make up for the protein that is degraded daily. Also, the
bones contain an extracellular bone matrix made up of collagen which is a protein. Protein
stimulates the release of IGF-1 which supports bone growth. Together with calcium, protein
improves bone mineral density.

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