Machine Supplements high-quality Whey Protein Isolate is sourced in New Zealand from hormone-free grass-fed dairy cows. It undergoes the process of Cross Flow Microfiltration and UltraFiltration which produces a product that is undenatured (undamaged) and has a high protein content. As our NZ WPI is low in fat, high in protein, low carb and contains high levels of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), it is ideal for those wanting to build lean muscle mass or looking for a fast absorbing protein source.
Premium quality New Zealand protein
Our New Zealand Whey Protein Isolate is an Undenatured WPI Sourced from Fonterra and comes exclusively from grass fed cows that live on New Zealand Pasture. New Zealand has the strongest dairy regulations, with no hormones used on the animals. This results in the highest quality protein, with a superior nutritional profile:
|High Protein||~95%||(dry basis)|
|Virtually Lactose Free||~0%|
And also a superior Protein Fraction Profile (per 100g):
|Bovine Serum Albumin||1.2g|
Our NZ WPI contains short chain peptides so that it can be quickly absorbed by the body. This provides a rapid release of amino acids into the bloodstream.
Exclusively from Grass Fed Cows
Our protein comes exclusively from grass fed cows which results in the highest quality protein products. Additional benefits
- It is more natural which leads to healthier cattle and therefore healthier milk & protein
- It contains more Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), which not only reduces body fat, but also improves lean muscle mass
- It contains more Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Promotes Lean Muscle Growth
Whey protein is rich in amino acids that are critical to developing and sustaining new muscle mass. Amino acids are chains of nitrogen containing subunits that make up a protein. Whey has a superior amino acid profile with the following characteristics:
A Naturally Complete Protein
Whey protein is a naturally complete protein, meaning that it contains all of the essential amino acids required in the daily diet. It has the ideal combination of amino acids to help improve body composition and enhance athletic performance.
High in Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)
Whey protein is a rich source of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs), containing the highest known levels of any natural food source. BCAAs are important for athletes since unlike the other essential amino acids, they are metabolized directly into muscle tissue and are the first ones used during periods of exercise and resistance training. Whey protein provides the body with BCAAs to replenish depleted levels and start repairing and rebuilding lean muscle tissue.
Rich in Leucine
Whey protein is an excellent source of the essential amino acid Leucine, which plays a key role in promoting muscle protein synthesis and muscle growth. Research has shown that individuals who exercise benefit from diets high in Leucine and have more lean muscle tissue and less body fat compared to individuals whose diet contains lower levels of Leucine.
Mix 1-2 level scoops (30-60g) with 250ml liquid of choice (we suggest dairy milk, water, non-dairy milk) in a shaker until dissolved. May be consumed up to 1-3 times per day as required.
We recommend taking 60 grams post-workout preferably with a fast carbohydrate source such as Dextrose or Maltodextrin.
We recommend taking 30 grams pre-workout preferably with a fast carbohydrate source such as Dextrose or Maltodextrin.
|Serving Size: 30 g||Serving per kg: 33|
|Average Quantity Per:||Serving||100 g|
|Energy||471 kJ||1570 kJ|
|Calories||112 cal||375 cal|
|Protein (as is)||26.7 g||88.8 g|
|Total Fat||0.3 g||1.0 g|
|Saturated Fat||0.18 g||0.6 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||0.36 g||1.2 g|
|Sugar||0.36 g||1.2 g|
|Sodium||39 mg||130 mg|
|Calcuim||124 mg||414 mg|
|Ingredients: Pure New Zealand Whey Protein Isolate, less than 1% Soy Lecithin (as instantiser)|
Allergen advice: Contains Milk and Soy.
Storage: Store in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight. Reseal packaging immediately after use.
Amino Acid Profile
|Per 100g of New Zealand Whey Protein Isolate|
|Isoleucine||6.3 g||Arginine||3.0 g|
|Leucine||14.3 g||Aspartic Acid||12.5 g|
|Valine||5.6 g||Cyst(e)ine||4.0 g|
|Other EAAs||Glutamic Acid||17.6 g|
|Lysine||11.2 g||Glycine||1.8 g|
|Methionine||2.4 g||Histidine||2.0 g|
|Phenylalanine||3.8 g||Proline||4.5 g|
|Threonine||5.3 g||Serine||4.5 g|
|Tryptophan||2.4 g||Tyrosine||4.2 g|
Will Protein damage my kidneys?
Assuming you do not have a pre-existing kidney condition, there are no studies that indicate that protein intake is dangerous or damaging to the kidneys. If you have a pre-existing kidney condition it is advisable to consult your doctor prior to taking any supplements. If in doubt always consult your doctor and drink plenty of water, it helps the kidneys to do their job efficiently.
Will eating too much protein make you fat?
This sounds like a simple question but the answer is complex. As a general rule for the average person, you should expect any extra calories beyond what your body requires, regardless of form, to be stored in the body as fat.
What is undenatured protein?
Undenatured protein is protein that has not been damaged through the manufacturing processes. Denaturation is a process in which proteins lose their natural structure due to the application of some external stress, chemical or extreme heat. Undenatured protein is better for you and better aborbed by the body.