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Found In
Meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy, legumes, whole grains, broccoli, spinach and milk.
Whey protein concentrate & milk protein concentrate
Provide energy*
Support muscle development and maintenance*
Aid in tissue repair and growth*
Support immune function*
Protein is crucial for various bodily functions. It plays a significant role in nerve signaling and muscle activity.
Combined with L-Arginine, Protein can effectively support muscle growth and repair. Combined with Magnesium, Protein can promote muscle recovery and support energy production.
Scientifically Proven Benefits
We base our choice of which nutrients to include in our formula on a growing body of research conducted by prestigious organizations. Of the thousands of clinical studies that guide our nutrient selection process, the titles below stand out as highly influential.
Physiology, Proteins
Wright State University
Fibrinogen-Related Proteins in Tissue Repair: How a Unique Domain with a Common Structure Controls Diverse Aspects of Wound Healing
University of Oxford
Impact of Early Life Nutrition on Children’s Immune System and Noncommunicable Diseases Through Its Effects on the Bacterial Microbiome, Virome and Mycobiome
Stanford University
Dietary Protein Requirements in Children: Methods for Consideration
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Interactions between Growth of Muscle and Stature: Mechanisms Involved and Their Nutritional Sensitivity to Dietary Protein: The Protein-Stat Revisited
University of Surrey
Role of Protein and Amino Acids in Infant and Young Child Nutrition: Protein and Amino Acid Needs and Relationship with Child Growth
Nevin Scrimshaw International Nutrition Foundation
There are 8250479 studies on PROTEIN and counting.