The composition of LEVRO LEGENDARY MASS is a well-thought-out composition of as many as 5 forms of complete protein with medium-chain carbohydrates. The product is an ideal option for physically active people, amateurs and professionals who are looking for a quick way to supply their daily diet with essential macronutrients and a solid portion of calories. The formula has impeccable solubility, and the small amount of sugar does not affect the deliciousness of the flavours on offer. This is an excellent solution for athletes training intensively, whose nutrition plan is based on high calorie diets. Gainer is recommended for use with other supplements, such as pre-training supplements, creatine, and amino acid complexes.
What are the advantages of LEVRO LEGENDARY MASS ingredients?
• As many as 5 different sources of complete protein – whey protein concentrate (WPC), whey protein isolate (WPI), whey hydrolysate (WPH), buttermilk, micellar casein – different absorption and release rate of amino acids
• Proteins support the growth and maintenance of muscle mass, which contributes to shaping an athletic physique[1,2,3]
• Protein contributes to healthy bones[3,4]
• Medium-chain carbohydrates in the form of maltodextrin – optimal glycemic index (GI) value prevents uncontrolled sugar spikes
• Carbohydrates help to restore proper muscle function after prolonged exercise which causes muscle fatigue and depletion of glycogen stores[1,3,5,6]
• Carbohydrate consumption promotes energy renewal and glycogen resynthesis[1,5,6]
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4. Witard, Oliver C., et al. “Protein considerations for optimising skeletal muscle mass in healthy young and older adults.” Nutrients 8.4 (2016): 181.
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6. Burke, Louise M., et al. “Carbohydrates for training and competition.”Journal of sports sciences 29.sup1 (2011): S17-S27