The NEW Gaspari Nutrition MyoFusion Elite Series Protein Blend

Gaspari Nutrition MyoFusion Elite Series What is in the MyoFusion Elite protein blend? Gaspari Nutrition has reformulated and reinvented the old classic MyoFusion, and have revolutionised the protein supplementation industry with the hotly anticipated MyoFusion Elite. Here at Cardiff Sports Nutrition we cannot wait for MyoFusion Elite to arrive in store. MyoFusion Elite is a supplement loaded with 25 grams of highly potent and expertly dosed protein from four sources as well as added BCAA’s, so not only is it nutritionally effective, but it also tastes incredible as Gaspari have utilised their impressive flavouring technology. Gaspari MyoFusion Elite Series comes in 5 mouth-watering flavours that will have you salivating before each and every shake! You can choose from:

  • Milk Chocolate
  • Vanilla
  • Strawberries and Cream
  • Cookies and Cream
  • Peanut Butter Cookie Dough


Gaspari Nutrition Myofusion Elite

People with knowledge of the sports supplementation world are typically on a meal schedule that is based around three to four-hour intervals. It is for this reason that Gaspari have formulated MyoFusion Elite in a way that provides you with the highest and most bioavailable proteins possible, feeding your muscles with fast and slow acting protein sources. The four protein sources within Gaspari MyoFusion are Whey Protein Concentrate, Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate and Micellar Casein; so lets break these sources down and then we can understand why Gaspari Nutrition have selected these high quality sources: Whey Protein: as we all know Whey protein sources are highly bioavailable, and what does this mean? Well, this means that the Whey protein source is absorbed very quickly into the body, which allows the body to digest them rapidly. This quick digestion rate allows the body to return to an anabolic state from the post-workout catabolic state. This reason, along with how Whey protein sources have a high percentage of concentrated BCAA’s which are used by the body to provide fuel for the working muscles as well as increasing the rate of protein synthesis, is why Whey protein sources are popular amongst modern athletes. Whey Protein Concentrate: this particular source is perhaps the most common of all protein sources, and is regularly used by athletes who are looking to boost their dietary protein intake, with the aim of optimizing the users muscle hypertrophy. How is a concentrate made? A Whey protein concentrate is formulated through a process of pushing the aforementioned protein source through a specialized filter that only allows the water, minerals and other organic products to flow through, and as the protein molecules themselves are too large to flow through the filter, they are collected and the resultant product is your Whey protein powder. This process typically yields a protein powder that is 70-85% protein. Whey Protein Isolate: after we have formulated our Whey concentrate, the next step along in the protein purification process results in what is known as a Whey protein isolate. This is achieved through a technique known as ion-exchange, or cross-flow microfiltration. Typically, Whey isolate powders have very low levels of carbohydrates and of fats, and they are near enough solely protein, normally at least 90%! Milk Protein Isolate: this particular protein source is one of three forms of a protein known as Casein, which is derived in a natural way from milk. In the same manner as above, the milk is filtered in a way that separates the protein molecules from the milk, and the resultant product is 80% Casein and 20% Whey. This protein source, in the same way as Whey, also has a high BCAA content, which are essential for growth and recovery. Milk protein isolate is a slow digesting protein source, and can take up to 7 hours for it to be fully released into the body’s blood stream. Micellar Casein: this is another form of milk protein. Micellar Casein has a potent level of naturally occurring intake glutamine, and this is the most important amino acid in human muscle tissue, and this amino acid is paramount for recovery, muscular repair and cell volume. As this particular protein source is a form of Casein, in the same way as Milk protein isolate, Micellar Casein is a slow digesting protein, that allows the body to remain in an anabolic state which enables the user to achieve maximum gains. Micellar Casein is typically found within a protein blend, such as Gaspari Nutrition MyoFusion Elite Series.


Amino Acid Profile of Gaspari Nutrition Myofusion Elite

So why have Gaspari produced a blend? As we have seen above, each particular protein source has its own advantages. In essence, a protein blend allows the user to benefit from the combination of the different protein sources, and they reap the rewards of a sustained protein release over a longer period of time. A combination of both fast and slow releasing proteins makes a protein blend the ideal source of protein supplementation before bed, or between meals, as not only does it increase our body’s rate of protein synthesis, but it also repairs our muscle tissue over a prolonged period of time and it keeps our levels of amino acids high so we remain in an anabolic state. Protein blends are a very popular product on the sports nutrition market, and Gaspari have produced a product in MyoFusion Elite that will take the market by storm. Alex Conroy