Choosing the right protein
I sell whey protein isolate from ultimate nutrition: ISOCOOL 2.270KG or 5LBS
PRICE / 39.99 €
DELIVERY COSTS: 8.10 €
TOTAL: 48.10 €
ISOCOOL WHEY PROTEINE ISOLATE ULTIMATE NUTRITION
The importance of biological value (BV) to choose a protein
The higher or lower percentage of proteins contained in the product is not the only element according to which you must make your choice …
The biological value of a protein (which largely depends on its content of essential amino acids, i.e. amino acids that the body cannot produce on its own) is the best indicator of the quality of a protein powder because it represents the potential for useful use of this protein by your body. Proteins are made up of amino acids, the more or less adequate dosage of which in relation to each other will have the effect of increasing or decreasing the efficiency by making them more or less assimilable.
Besides the fact that the “unused” fraction of the protein does not benefit your tissues (notably muscle tissue), this “waste” must be evacuated by your liver and your kidneys, which therefore work unnecessarily. It is therefore very important, and not only for reasons of efficiency in terms of muscle building, as you will understand, to select your protein powder correctly.
The standard biological value (100) is that of egg protein, because it is considered to have an ideal distribution of amino acids although others (whey protein = whey protein for example) have an even better biological value (val. Biol Can reach 140 for some mixes and thanks to new protein extraction techniques).
Biological value of the main sources of proteins marketed
Whey protein: up to 140
Egg and milk
protein mix : 130
Lactalbumin (egg milk mix) 107
Albumin (egg protein) 100
Casein (protein) milk) 71
Soy protein 60
Why such differences in cost?
If the type of protein present in the box has a large influence on its selling price, as does the percentage of protein in the final product, the way in which the protein in question was recovered from the base product and the selection that may have undergone this also has a decisive impact on its cost price.
Take the example of “whey protein”: the whey hydrolyzate, made from microfiltered isolate, gives a particularly pure protein rich in branched amino acids (Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine) but results from a process longer and more expensive than the concentrate.
– Choose a protein with the highest possible biological value (110 minimum)
– Choose a product with a protein content of 80% minimum.
Biological value (BV): 159
Essential amino acids (EAA): 54%
89% protein: 2001g
0 sugar. 0 Fat
Analysis for 26g
Energy 92kal, 385kj
essential amino acids:
amino acids not essentials:
L-Aspartic Acid 326mg
L-Glutamic Acid 1122mg
39.99 € LE PÖT DE 2.270KG
My contact details: tel: 06.71.13.52.39
1 What is the interest of relaying a product directly available on the internet?
2 If the argumentation may seem credible (we can demonstrate the identical on many products), how does the proposed product differ from it?
3 How you can justify the sale of a product at 40 € whose cost price does not exceed 5 €. (in the context where your statements would be validated by an independent laboratory)
1) you will not find this product on the internet at 40 €
2) thank you for crediting my argument with “credible”. I defy you to quote me (aminogram in support) an equivalent protein. I look forward to your response.
3) the lack of seriousness of your answer number 3 suggests to me a certain lack of knowledge on your part about the techniques used and expensive to obtain an isolate of this level reaching an exceptional biological value (aae / bcaa /)
may be that my ad disturbs your “own business
for the reader’s knowledge:
AAE = essential amino acids
BCAA = leucine / isoleucine / valine
1 without forcing at 39.90 €
2 and 3 provide an analysis from an independent lab
PS personally I have nothing to sell, if you have an external analysis, it would be more understandable in gr or 100 grs
1) your answer to 39.90 shows your seriousness. you forget to specify the transport costs.
2) this protein is produced by ultimate nutrition, one of the biggest brands in the world
3) the aminogram is indicated for a pod of 26g. You multiply by 3.84 to reach the dosages on 100g.
OK but to verify, you do not specify composition and dosages ???
Example, the use of sucralose that you do not quote, induces (although it is a good sweetener), a part of carbohydrates. (0 carbohydrates ??, if you insist I could find the levels))
And we returns to the analysis of a certified independent laboratory !!!
As for “ultimate nutrition”, the name reminds me of a former Monegasque company.