Sci-Muscle, Intensive Muscular Development
2012-7-27 20:00:00 GMT+00:00

100R WHEY UNCOMPROMISING ATTITUDE

3.5kg

£69.00

2kg

£49.00

SCI-MUSCLE 100R WHEY™ is a combination of Whey Protein Concentrate, Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate, CFM Whey Protein Isolate and Peptide Bonded Glutamine to promote healthy muscles and immune function. Since it is a pure whey protein powder, it is quickly absorbed. It is most effective first thing in the morning, before training, or after training. SCI-MUSCLE 100R WHEY™ is free of aspartame, very low in lactose, easy to mix with liquid and also tastes great. SCI-MUSCLE 100R WHEY™ provides your muscles with the protein they need to grow faster and fuller as well as recover better following your workout.

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100 percent whey protein supplement facts

INGREDIENTS:
Premium Whey Protein comprised of (Instantised Whey Protein Concentrate, Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate, CFM Whey Protein Isolate), Peptide Bonded Glutamine (from Hydrolysed Wheat Protein), Cacao (for chocolate flavour only), Flavour, Sweetners: Sucralose, Acesulfame Potassium
DOES NOT CONTAIN ASPARTAME, GMO INGREDIENTS.

ALLERGEN INFORMATION:
Contains Milk, Wheat. Produced in an environment that produces Milk, Egg, Soy, Wheat, Peanuts and Nuts.

DIRECTIONS:
Mix 32g (1 scoop) with 150ml of water or milk 1-2 times per day.

PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES:
Mix 48g (1 ½ scoops) with 200ml of water or milk.

WARNING:
Do not exceed the Recommended Daily Allowance.

Disclaimer:
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.

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