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

VIPER BLACK - The Monster among Whey Proteins!

1.8kg

£69.00

900g

£39.00

SCI-MUSCLE VIPER BLACK™ The King of Whey is one of the most advanced whey protein supplements available and is for the serious athletes.Our Hydrolysed Whey Protein Isolate is regarded as one of the best quality hydrolysates available in the world and is produced by a controlled enzyme treatment of whey protein. The enzyme treatment is mild and is carefully monitored, leaving the essential amino acids intact and retaining the high quality of protein. The molecular weight is greater than 7000 Dalton 20% max, whilst he Degree of Hydrolysis (DH) is 13%. VIPER BLACK™ is a product that is ultra-pure, quickly digested, and packed with muscle building and replenishing amino acids. VIPER BLACK™ is enhanced by the inclusion of Peptide Bonded Glutamine. This form of glutamine is utilised more effectively than standard free form glutamine. VIPER BLACK™ is the most expensive protein to produce, is the best quality whey money can buy and that is why it is used by many top professional athletes.

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INGREDIENTS:
Hydrolysed 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 39g (1 scoop) with 150ml of water or milk after your workout.

PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES:
Mix 58.5g (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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