Features: The fastest, purest protein available. ICE Whey has been engineered to optimise the natural amino acid profile that is the key to fast recovery and serious muscle gains. More BCAA's = more fuel for muscle growth. Pure Cation Exchange Whey Protein Isolate Highest levels of naturally occurring, intact branch...
The fastest, purest protein available. ICE Whey has been engineered to optimise the natural amino acid profile that is the key to fast recovery and serious muscle gains. More BCAA's = more fuel for muscle growth.
- Pure Cation Exchange Whey Protein Isolate
- Highest levels of naturally occurring, intact branch chain amino acids
- Over 7g of glutamine (including precursors) per serve for enhanced catabolic protection
- Boosted with hydrolysed isolate fractions for ultra rapid absorption
- Virtually zero lactose, carbs and zero fat
ICE Whey is available in
- Swiss Chocolate
- Creamy Vanilla
and two sizes: 800g (22 servings); 1.3kg (36 servings)
ICE WHEY (Cation Exchange Whey Protein Isolate (90%), Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate(5%)), L-Glutamine, Flavour, Thickener (415), Sweetener (955 - Sucralose)
Containes MILK and SOY (soy lecithin is used to instantise the whey proteins)
You can use ICE Whey 60 minutes prior to a training session (made in water) to deliver circulating amino acids to working muscle. If you only want to use one serving per day, then the best time is to consume one serving immediately after your workout (within 30 minutes and preferably in milk, a low acid fruit juice or sports drink) to flood recovery pathways and ignite muscle repair and growth. To fully saturate muscles with the necessary nitrogen needed for tissue synthesis, ensure that you are consuming small, regular quantities of protein from a variety of plant and animal sources (up to a maximum of 2g of protein per kg of body weight per day).
ICE Whey is ideal for specialist strength and power athletes and those with intensive training and competition schedules who need fast recovery
Highly suitable for individuals with lactose intolerance