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USN’s Pure Protein IGF-1 Great Addition to your Bodybuilding Supplement Plan

By Michael Henson on May 2nd, 2013 Supplement Reviews & Advice

USN’s Pure Protein IGF-1 Great Addition to your Bodybuilding Supplement Plan
The #1 ingredient of bodybuilding supplements
 
When it comes to finding the very best in bodybuilding supplements, it’s crucial that you look for the very best protein.
 
The fact is, without a regular and good quality supply of protein, your muscles will never have the necessary vitamins and minerals required for them to recover and grow, regardless of any other bodybuilding supplements you might be taking.
 
This is because proteins produce amino acids, which help to transport vital nutrients to your muscles where they repair any damage and help to promote an increase in size and strength. Whenever we workout, our protein stores are depleted, so it’s imperative that they’re continually replenished if any gains in muscle mass are to be possible.
 
So as you can imagine, a top-quality protein supplement is absolutely crucial for bodybuilders, where tissue repair, recovery and growth is of paramount importance.
 
Bodybuilding supplements that contain good quality protein sources are therefore an ideal way for weight trainers to consume the high levels of protein their body requires, easily and conveniently.
 
So what are the best types of protein?
 
Derived from milk, (where the “whey” is separated out during the process of turning milk into cheese) whey protein is, without doubt, the most effective form of protein for muscle growth, and it’s now found in all the best bodybuilding supplements.
 
It’s very low in fat and carbohydrates, which therefore promotes lean muscle growth, and it’s also easy to digest, as opposed to many cheaper forms of protein which contain lactose.
 
On top of that, whey protein boasts a higher content of essential amino acids than any other protein source, as well as a generous concentration of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA's) – so crucial for efficient muscle metabolism.
 
However, there are varying forms of whey protein that you should look out for when buying bodybuilding supplements.
 
There’s whey protein isolate, concentrate and hydrolysate, which when combined, will give you the best possible chance of sculpting that perfect chiselled torso you’ve always wanted!
 
Whey protein isolate is, essentially, whey protein that’s been separated or “isolated” from any impurities, while whey protein concentrate benefits from reduced levels of fat and cholesterol. Whey protein hydrosylates, meanwhile, are (here comes the science bit) pre-digested, partially hydrolyzed whey proteins that, as a result, are more easily absorbed by the muscles.
 
So your best bet would be to look for protein-based bodybuilding supplements that contains all of these attributes, because if you do, you’ll have the purest, most effective protein source that your body can get – which will significantly enhance your muscle growth.
 
USN’s Pure Protein IGF-1 is a product that ticks all of these boxes...
 
It’s a scientifically-engineered protein blend made up of whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, calcium caseinate, egg albumen and soy protein isolate.
 
USN’s Pure Protein IGF-1 has been specifically engineered to give you everything your body needs, providing it with the purest form of protein, and all the vitamins and minerals required to help you perform to your optimum level.
 
So if you’re looking for bodybuilding supplements that will help you achieve incredible gains in size and strength in the shortest possible time, then Pure Protein IGF-1 is exactly what you need.
 
For more information on USN’s Pure Protein IGF-1, and for details about our other protein-based bodybuilding supplements, take a look here: http://www.cardiffsportsnutrition.co.uk/
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