WITH LESS THAN 120 CALORIES IN EACH SERVING
- 28 GRAMS OF WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE PER SERVING
- FAST ABSORBING & LACTOSE-FREE
- MIXES QUICKLY & TASTES DELICIOUS
- 6.35 GRAMS OF BCAAS PER SERVING
EVERYTHING YOU WANT, NOTHING YOU DON’T
Protein supplements have consistently been found to increase protein synthesis and boost muscle fuel, resulting in greater recovery, endurance, strength, and performance. XPI Myotein Isolate is an unprecedented protein powder that provides 100% pure whey protein isolate, the highest-quality and most effective source of protein available. XPI Myotein Isolate brings you 28 grams of protein in a rich-tasting formula that contains little fat or sugar. XPI provides unmatched quality at an exceptional cost per serving value.
Whey protein is popular among athletes because it digests rapidly and provides the richest source of amino acids. Whey protein isolate is the purest form of whey and the most effective at enhancing strength, improving body composition, and inducing impressive muscle growth. Whey isolate contains a 50% higher concentration of the BCAA leucine compared to other proteins, providing a greater boost in protein synthesis and muscle building.
Whey isolate is a complete protein, meaning it contains all essential amino acids – including branched-chain amino acids – that are required in the diet. XPI Myotein Isolate sets the standard for all other protein powders, providing 28 grams of protein. The smooth, mouth-watering Milk Chocolate and French Vanilla Flavors satisfy your sweet tooth with only 120 calories per serving.
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