- TIME RELEASED FORMULA
- 25 GRAMS OF PROTEIN PER SERVING
- SUPPORT DECREASED RECOVERY TIME
- AMAZING TASTE & MIXABILITY
Myotein is a premium protein that delivers high-quality protein without the fillers and fluff. Myotein is gains in a bottle.
Myotein was formulated to be protein heavy and carb light. While carbs are important, Myotein is rich in protein and light on calories.
Myotein contains Whey Isolate, Whey Concentrate, Micellar Casein, and Collostrum. With fast and slow digesting proteins, Myotein’s got you covered.
MYOTEIN: PREMIUM PROTEIN FORMULA
You want strong, lean muscles and a slim physique, but are you giving your body the tools it needs to achieve those goals? Fuel your muscles and support lean gains with Myotein. Myotein is the ultimate protein, providing your body with exactly the things it needs to grow lean muscle and decrease overall body fat.
Myotein works great as a meal replacement shake and can assist you in whatever fitness and physique goals you have. Whether you want to increase lean muscle, decrease body fat, or both, Myotein can help. Myotein will not add empty calories and is formulated with only the highest quality ingredients to support faster recovery, fat loss, and a lean, strong body.
This is the most complete protein powder on the market – it doesn’t just give your body protein, but also the parts your body needs to put the protein to use!
PROTEIN FROM EVERY ANGLE
There are many different kinds of protein, all with different rates of absorption. Myotein combines 5 different types of protein to provide a continuous stream of protein to feed your muscles with the premium nutrients they need. With Whey Protein Hydrolysate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate, Micellar Casein, and Colostrum in the mix, Myotein will supply a steady stream of muscle building goodness.
WATCH OUR REVIEW
-  Stephen Bergeron. “How Much Protein?.” www.builtlean.com.
-  Yves Boirie, Martial Dangin, Pierre Gachon, Marie-Paule Vasson, Jean-Louis Maubois, and Bernard Beaufrère “The Speed of Absorption of Protein and Its Effect.” www.pnas.org.