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Whey protein is rich in essential amino acids (EAA) that are required to promote maximal degrees of muscle protein synthesis. Until recently, adding essential amino acids to a whey protein seem to not make sense because the whey itself is chock full of amino acids.
However, a new study shows that adding EAAs to a whey protein produced up to 6 times greater anabolic response compared to ingesting whey protein alone, and on top of that anabolic response was more related to whole body protein balance rather than increased muscle protein synthesis. And that’s why we love our whey protein.
We can proudly say that our whey protein contains all 9 essential amino acids which are: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine and some more.