MAX'S Sustained Release Protein System
Micellar Casein -
Calcium Caseinate -
Is a slow digesting and absorbing protein that is ideal for night use and for trainers with a faster metabolism. During digestion it releases a multitude of bioactive peptides to enhance anabolic response and improve metabolic processes.
Whey Protein Concentrate (instantised) -
Is a medium digesting and absorption protein derived from milk. This highly bioactive whey protein has a superior muscle building amino acid profile and contains high levels of immune and health enhancing protein fractions including Lactoglobulin, Lactoalbumin, Glycomacropeptides, Bovine Serum Albumin, Immunoglobulins, Lactoferrin, Lactoperoxidase, and the Growth Factors IGF-1, IGF-2 & TGF.
Complementing this advanced Protein Matrix are the following nutrients to support maximum muscle growth and restful sleep:
Skullcap and Chamomile - are medicinal herbs that exhibit many reported benefits including promoting calmness, reducing anxiety and inducing sleep without side effects.
L-Glutamine - the most important amino acid after heavy training, it prevents muscle tissue catabolism and stimulates muscle recovery and growth while you sleep to help build lean, hard muscle.
Vitamins and Minerals - these micronutrients are vital components of all muscle building biochemistry and are included to ensure optimal recovery and growth.
|If you are trying to pack on some quality, lean muscle mass without adding fat, MAX'S Lean & Ripped Muscle diet is the one for you.
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|MAX'S SUPERSHRED is the product of choice if you are attempting to lose excess body fat while maintaining as much muscle as possible.
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Max's Nitetime Protein is the only post workout supplement i have found that i can take after training late at night, which still allows me to get a full night's sleep and wake up without that tired + sore feeling i usually receive from a late night training session. Best nitetime/recovery product on the market
Review by Keegan Fortescue - 9th August 2010