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Xtreme Couture Athletic Pharmaceuticals’ products are completely natural, made from vegetable cultures, and will not produce a positive performance enhancing drug test.
Xtreme Protein from XCAP is produced using a natural, ultra-low temperature micro-filtration method.
The result is a product supplying a full balance of bioactive whey proteins, with an excellent amino acid profile.
“Everyone knows that Whey Protein Isolates are substantially better than much cheaper Whey Protein Concentrates and even cheaper and lower quality Caseinates. Protein powders are not even close to created equal. You are better to take 20 grams of the best stuff rather than 50 grams of garbage”
Blood Doc John
Add Two (2) scoops to 8oz. of cool water (or the beverage of your choice) and stir or blend, as a dietary supplement or as otherwise recommended by your healthcare professional.
SERVINGS PER BOTTLE
20 Servings - Net Weight of Bottle - 16 ounces (1 lb.) 453.6 gm
* For better results take 20oz of cold water, fresh banana and 1 scoop of XCAP 4Ever Greens.
Sodium, Potassium, Total Carbohydrates, Protein, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Whey Protein Isolate, Beta-Lactoglobulin, Glycomacropeptide, Bovine Serum Albumin, Alpha-Lactalbumin, Immunoglobulin, Lactoferrin, Alanine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Cystine, Glutamic Acid, Glycine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Proline, Serine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Valine
EDUCATION CENTER (Click On Topic Below To See More)
• 2 Kinds of Whey Protein Isolates - Know What To Look For
• Don't Get Confused by the Marketing Hype
• Why Our Protein is Different
• Whey Reduces Blood Pressure
• Research links affiliated with Whey Isolate
What you probably didn’t know is that there are 2 kinds of Whey Protein Isolates.
1. Ultra Low Temperature Micro-Filtered (This one is significantly better)
It contains 12 times more GMP than ion exchanged whey protein isolate.
Our product is 100% Ultra Low Temperature Micro - Filtered
2. Higher temperature ion-exchange (This one is denatured which means it is much lower quality and considerably cheaper)
Our Whey Isolate is manufactured using a low temperature microfiltration process which allows us to provide undenatured protein with a full balance of bioactive whey protein fractions, including immunoglobulin (IgG),
lactoferrin (Lf) and glycomacropeptides (GMP).
In fact, our Whey Isolate supplies up to 12 times more GMP than ion-exchanged whey protein isolate.
This is important because of the GMP functions include:
Other whey processing technologies that use higher temperatures cause irreversible "unfolding" of the protein fractions that can dramatically reduce the biological activity of the protein.
1. Most proteins sold are manufactured by one of 2 companies then re-labeled and marketed as many of the common products you see in magazines.
2. Most whey proteins are processed using technologies which result in the denaturing of the proteins, thereby reducing important biologically active proteins such as lactoferrin (LF), Immunoglobulin (1gG =Immunoglobulin G) and glycomacropetides (GMP).
Whey Isolate from XCAP is produced using a natural, ultra-low temperature micro-filtration method.The result is product supplying a full balance of bio active whey proteins, with an excellent amino acid profile.
1.) Our protein is produced in our pharmaceutical labs like the rest of XCP products. It is not some massed produced denatured concoction with all the “good stuff filtered out”
2.) Our Protein is Undenatured
It contains: (natural occurring substances in whey that are usually filtered out in the typical denaturing process. If it doesn’t list these ingredients on the label, they have probably been cheaply filtered out and the protein will not have nearly the same effect in your body as these substances below are known to benefit the immune system) (click here for more A)
Bovine Serum Albumin
The potential benefits of XCAP’s Whey Isolate are numerous.
For example, ingestion of whey protein by chronically ill patients has been studied. The results indicated lower oxidative stress in the study participants, resulting from increased plasma glutathione (GSH) levels.
When the body is working to heal wounds and surgical incisions it requires increased amounts of protein. Protein and its amino acids are the building blocks that initiate the growth of new skin during the healing process. Inadequate amounts of protein or diets high in poor quality proteins, such as gelatin, may delay the healing process. Whey protein is a very high quality protein and is often the preferred choice for high protein products recommended by physicians following surgery or burn therapy.
Whey protein also contains components with protective anti-microbial properties, such as lactoferrin. In recent years companies have introduced mouthwashes and oral care products containing these protective whey protein components. The companies are taking advantage of the unique features of whey protein to create new products for diabetics and others sensitive to oral irritations.
Whey Protein Isolate from Biotics Research is Kosher and Halal approved.
Each serving of Whey Isolate from XCAP supplies 20 grams of high quality protein, with significant amounts of important protein fractions.
Multiple human studies have shown that the bio active peptides in Whey inhibit Angiotensin-I-converting enzyme (ACE), lowering blood pressure in humans (1). ACE plays a dual role in the regulation of hypertension: catalyzes the production of the vasoconstrictor angiotensin II and inactivates the vasodilator bradykinin (2).
During a 16 week trial, daily administration whey protein rich milk to hypertensive patients led to an average reduction of 7/4 mmHg (systolic/diastolic) (2).
1) Lactokinins: Whey protein-derived ACE inhibitory peptides. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. Volume 43 Issue 3, Pages 165 - 167
2) A fermented milk high in bioactive peptides has a blood pressure-lowering effect in hypertensive subjects. Am J Clin Nutr. 2003 Feb;77(2):326-30.
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