Ultra Premium Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Isolate
Feed Your Muscles For Greatness!
- DELIVERS FASTER AMINO ACID UPTAKE INTO MUSCLES
- ENHANCES MUSCLE REPAIR AND RECOVERY
- GREAT FOR DIETING AND SUPPORTS IN THE REDUCTION IN BODY FAT
- INCREASES MUSCLE MASS
- LACTOSE FREE - NO BLOATING
- GLUTEN FREE
ISOPHORM Hydrolyzed Whey Protein is the most advanced, purest, and most bio-available whey protein on the market.
ISOPHORM is superior to whey protein concentrate and isolate because its “pre-digested” which causes rapid absorption of amino acids and peptides; additionally, ISOPHORM contains higher levels of the anabolic amino acid leucine and minimal fats or lactose and no added sugars. The faster the rise in blood amino acids, the greater the peak and total muscle protein synthesis response.
ISOPHORM is the premier protein for promoting lean muscle and reducing body fat, while enhancing muscle repair. ISOPHORM results in the rapid uptake of essential amino acids and glycogen, thus enhancing lean muscle mass and recovery.
ISOPHORM is the “gold standard” for a superior protein designed for athletes who are dieting, want greater lean muscle mass, and want faster recuperation. Don’t settle for cheap whey protein powder and upgrade to ISOPHORM Hydrolyzed Whey Protein.
Not all proteins are made the same!
Each scoop of Isophorm Hydrolyzed Whey Protein is packed with 25g of the purest protein on the market, plus 11.1g of EAA’s and 2.5g of Leucine, the perfect combination to feed your muscles for optimal results.
Isophorm is lactose and gluten free, which enhances results avoiding bloating and indigestion.
Whey is one of two protein fragments of dairy protein, the other being casein. There are three different types of whey proteins you can find on the market: Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC), Whey Protein Isolate, and Whey Protein Hydrolysate.
Whey Protein Concentrate
The amount of protein in whey protein concentrate can vary between 25-89%. This by far is the cheapest whey protein to produce; this type of whey protein is usually 80% protein. Most whey protein concentrates are associated with bloating and GI distress; this is due to the lactose (4-8%), fat, minerals, and moisture.
Whey Protein Isolate
Whey protein isolate contains between 90-95% protein. It is a better protein source for individuals with lactose intolerance as it contains little or no lactose. Whey protein isolate is also very low in fat.
Whey Protein Hydrolysates (WPH)
The “gold standard” for whey protein since the long protein chains in the whey protein have been broken down or “pre-digested” into shorter chains called peptides. This makes this type of whey protein more easily absorbed by the body. Hydrolyzed whey protein is often used in infant formulas and sports and medical nutrition products.
Hydrolyzed Whey Protein Effect on Absorption and Muscle Protein Synthesis
Hydrolysis results in greeter delivery of amino acids from your stomach to muscles, and it may also enhance the speed of delivery when compared to an intact protein.
Hydrolysis results in cleaving intact whey proteins into shorter (i.e., di-, tri-, and oligo-) peptides which speeds intestinal absorption and thereby augments the rate of amino acid availability following ingestion. As a result, there's less time for the liver to extract crucial amino acids as they flow outward to your muscles.
Leucine content in whey protein hydrolysate (14.2%) is also higher compared to whey isolate (12.2%). In a study comparing the effects of whey protein hydrolysate to casein hydrolysate (a fast-absorbed form of casein), whey protein resulted in greater muscle protein synthesis over 8 hours after 20g at rest.
Whey hydrolysate increased protein synthesis by 15 %, while casein hydrolysate (10%) and regular casein (8%) had lower effects. One study found that when amino acids or whey protein hydrolysates were administered after exercise, whey protein hydrolysates was superior to amino acids for stimulating muscle protein synthesis and initiating translation. This study suggests that when identical amount of amino acids is compared to whey protein hydrolysates, there is something additive in whey protein hydrolysates that stimulates greater muscle protein synthesis. Another study found that whey protein hydrolysates was superior to amino acids for stimulating muscle protein synthesis and stimulating anabolic pathways.
Whey Protein Hydrolysate's Effect on Muscle Recuperation
The faster you can recuperate from exercise, the quicker you can get back in the gym and train.
Whey protein hydrolysate induces a substantially greater insulin response compared to intact proteins (isolate or concentrate), which may facilitate superior glycogen replenishment and a greater anabolic response when consumed post-workout.
During the off season, it seems prudent to stack whey protein hydrolysates with a carbohydrate-based supplement to enhance glycogen replacement.
Another study found that subject’s consuming whey hydrolysate post-workout experienced better recovery and performance shortly after a muscle-damaging bout of exercise than those consuming whey isolate. In this study, researchers had 28 subjects complete 100 eccentric-focused repetitions on the leg extension. Eccentric muscle contractions are extremely damaging to muscle and result in intense muscle soreness several days after. Immediately following exercise, subjects consumed either 25 grams of whey hydrolysate, 25 grams of whey isolate, or a protein-free placebo. The whey-hydrolysate group was able to recover faster (~6 hours later), whereas the placebo and whey isolate group took longer (~24 hours later).
Another study found that women soccer players consuming whey protein hydrolysates. Hydrolyzed whey protein resulted in significant decreases in the muscle damage indicators, creatine kinase (−42%) and lactate dehydrogenase (−30%), compared with increases in the carbohydrate group.
Whey Protein Hydrolysates Effect on Fat Loss
One of the other remarkable effects of whey protein hydrolysates have over other proteins is the ability to enhance fat loss. A recent 2018 study found that whey protein hydrolysates elicited a signiﬁcant decrease in fat mass compared to the placebo condition, whereas whey protein concentrate did not. The researchers suggested that this may be due to increases in the fat burning hormone epinephrine.
A recent 2018 study found that military cadets taking whey protein hydrolysates twice per day had improved push-up performance and greater reductions in fat mass during training in comparison to carbohydrate supplementation.
In a previous study, compared whey protein concentrates, whey protein hydrolysates elicited a robust increase in circulating epinephrine. In a study in resistance trained men, whey protein hydrolysates facilitated greater fat loss than whey protein concentrate.
One study that compared the effects of whey protein concentrate to whey protein hydrolysates or a maltodextrin placebo on body composition, performance, and biochemical markers in elite Brazilian soccer players during 12 weeks of intense training. The whey protein hydrolysates group exhibited a significant decrease in biochemical markers associated with muscle damage and catabolism demonstrating unique anti-catabolic properties not present in whey protein concentrate.
Additionally, another study reported that twice daily supplementation with 30 g of whey protein hydrolysates during 8 weeks of resistance training in college-aged males resulted in a 6% decrease in fat mass compared to an iso-caloric carbohydrate placebo, while a whey protein concentrates treatment group did not exhibit these same effects.
As a dietary supplement, add 1 scoop of ISOPHORM Hydrolyzed Whey Protein to a blender, shaker cup or glass filled with 8oz of cold water, milk or your favorite beverage, shake, blend or stir for 20-30 seconds or until powder is dissolved.
ISOPHORM Hydrolyzed Whey Protein is best taken immediately after exercise.