The Body Attack Power Protein 90 is a multicomponent protein from protein sources of high biological value. The amino acid composition is optimised by the combination of the different proteins. Thus, the Power Protein 90 has a high biological value and is one of the first-class protein supplements with a sufficient amount of essential amino acids.
The Body Attack Power Protein 90 can help to increase and maintain the muscles.
The Power Protein of Body Attack supports a exercise-based diet, which should consist of enough carbohydrates and proteins, and less fats. Particularly in strength training, martial arts, play sports and marathon and triathlon the strain on the muscles is increased, which is associated with increased protein metabolism. Proteins supplied may contribute to the build-up and maintenance of muscle mass. Recreational athletes and bodybuilders have increased energy and protein metabolism through regular strength and endurance training; thus, the Power Protein 90 from Body Attack can be a useful supplement for them.
Protein content of 70 to 80 percent can be achieved through the protein sources of whey, milk (casein), lactalbumin hydrolysate and egg. Moreover, the increased lactose and fat content can be minimised. Thus, the Body Attack Power Protein 90 is also suitable for a low-carbohydrate and low-fat diet.
What are the other substances still active in the Body Attack Power Protein 90?
The BCAAs are essential amino acids that occur mostly in milk and whey proteins. The muscles are composed to about 30 percent of BCAAs, which is why the 3 amino acids (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine) are an essential part of the muscle proteins.
The need for ascorbic acid and vitamin E is increased in athletes due to the higher metabolic performance. The increased oxygen uptake leads to accumulation of more free radicals in the body, which in turn can lead to oxidative stress reactions. Both antioxidants contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system and can protect cells from oxidative stress.
Vitamins B1, B2 and niacin contribute to normal energy metabolism and reduce premature fatigue and tiredness.
Vitamins B6, B12, folic acid and pantothenic acid contribute to normal energy and protein metabolism as well as normal functioning of the immune system and mental performance.
Worth knowing: What is L-Carnitine?
L-Carnitine is a vitamin-like nutrient that the body can produce in small quantities endogenously from the two amino acids, lysine and methionine. L-Carnitine is mainly supplied through the intake of animal foods such as meat. We take an average of about 30 mg L-Carnitine through the daily diet. However, athletes, in particular, have an increased energy demand, but often prefer high-carb diet and even forego meat entirely. Therefore, the uptake of L-Carnitine is useful for athletes. The same goes for the figure-conscious people, who take limited quantity of L-Carnitine through the low-calorie diet for weight loss. L-Carnitine can be used as a supplement also in this case.
With what products can the Body Attack Power Protein 90 be combined best?
In combination with the Body Attack Energy Loader powder, a carbohydrate concentrate with readily available carbohydrates for training