USN’s 100% Premium Whey provides the purest form of this single protein substrate
USN’s 100% Premium Whey provides the purest form of this single protein substrate
Whey protein is the highest BV (Biological Value) protein available. Research has shown that the highest rate of nitrogen retention is achieved with whey protein.
USN’s 100% Premium Whey provides the purest form of this single protein substrate. Whey contains proteins such as lactalbumen and immunoglobulins.
Now with revolutionary MyoMatrix whey protein isolate and concentrate blend and Tolerase L digestive enzyme technology, which is a pH-stable lactase. Lactase enzyme improves lactose digestion in individuals who have difficulty digesting lactose.
Container Size: 1 Box
Serving Size: 1 Sachet (34g)
Servings Per Container: 12
Container Size: 908g
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (34g)
Servings Per Container: 26
Container Size: 2280g
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (34g)
Servings Per Container: 67
Amount Per Serving:
Total Calories: 129
Total Carbohydrates: 3g
-Sugar (Lactose): 1.8g
-Dietary Fibre: 2.2g
Average rating based on 69 reviews
"Really impressed! I've had shakes in the past where protein has failed to mix well but that is not an issue here. Great tasting (the Strawberry flavour in particular) with no chemical aftertaste, making this an ideal buy.
"Its great in taste as i just strated so have to wait for results. Service also great from the supplement store so quiet pleased with all!"
"I have used loads of different protein powders but this is by far my favourite.
"I found it a little watery and not creamy at all.
"Switched to this protein as Holland and Barratt were getting too expensive. Glad I did as this tastes better, mixes better (not as frothy) and no ill effects as of yet!"
Yeah it is gluten free
Yes except for the strawberry flavour.
All whey proteins are to meet your protein needs to help build muscle and recover from exercise. For bulking, use a weight gainer - they meet both your protein AND your calorie needs for gaining mass. Especially for young or lean guys with fast metabolisms.
It is very difficult to gain muscle without gaining some fat also - as you need to eat a lot of calories to gain muscle. I would recommend the USN Muscle Fuel Anabolic. If you find that it is causing you to gain fat then cut the serving size back to 2 scoops instead of 3. Take it once or twice per day and especially after exercise.
Yes, this would be perfect to utilise when dieting.
IGF-1 still has a high concentration of whey protein, so is fine for after training but a faster protein containing only whey is better for supplying amino acids to the muscle quickly for better growth and repair.
If this is one of our adverts then yes this is true - I believe if you buy a 2.2kg tub, you get a 1 kilo tub free. Check the deals that flash accross the top of the site.
Now back in stock while stocks last.
It is best to use with water as water speeds up the rate of digestion where as milk will slow it down dramatically taking 3-5 hours to digest. Milk will also add extra calories carbs and fats to your shake which if you are not looking to gain weight or body-fat is not a god thing.
Protein will help you have a reasonable amount of amino's in the body ready for exercise but if it is energy and focus you are looking for then we would recommend you look at a pre-workout product like :- Gaspari - super pump 250 Muscletech - Nano Vapour. Phd - V max pump API - Rocked. No matter what your goal, you really should eat in the morning as calories eaten in the morning are more likely to increase muscle and less likely to be stored as fat! Try and consume your protein between 30 and 90 minutes prior to exercise.
Absolutely, a protein supplement is recommended with just about any supplement program whether you are trying to lose weight, gain lean muscle or get huge.
Either is fine and this won't affect how the product works but the milk ads 120 calories, 9g protein, 12g carbs and 4.5g fat, so if you are trying to gain, this is a good idea. If you are trying to stay lean, you have to account for the extra calories and carbs that this will add to your diet.
This product is suitable for vegetarians except the strawberry flavour.
No, it's main sources are derived from whey protein.
It depends entirely on your genetics, training and nutrition. If you are consuming more calories than you are expending then you will gain weight. Genetics, training and nutrition will determine what quantities of muscle and fat you will put on.
Whey protein can be used any time of the day or night. Take 1-3 servings per day in between meals or with a meal that is lacking in a good source of protein. On training days take 1 serving 1hr before training and 1 serving immediately after. Review manufactures directions of use.
The level of water you wish to use is your choice. This will however make the whey protein shake thinner but will not negatively affect the whey protein in any way.
If you go for USN Pure Protein IGF-1 you'll get the fast, muscle-building effects of whey, whith the slow effects of casien, which may be better for preventing muscle breakdown during times when you don't get protein for long durations - like at night.
Protein requirements during pregnancy are said to increase by approximately 6g per day (allowing for individual variance), to allow for growth and development of the foetus. Whey protein contains all nine essential amino acids, so it is thought of as a 'complete protein' source. Because of this, I would say adding a whey supplement to your diet could be deemed as beneficial. However, I would recommend that you speak with your midwife/other professional regarding any notable changes you make to your diet whilst pregnant/breastfeeding.
We would not recommend that any persons under the age of eighteen take dietary supplements – in particular weight gainers or any anabolic products. The reason for this is as an adolescent, your body is still growing and developing, and it is best to allow this important process to be happen naturally. It is fine for you to eat a healthy diet and follow a sensible exercise regime - in fact, these positive lifestyle habits are to be positively encouraged, but for the time being, I would concentrate on incorporating regular exercise into your life; eating well and maintaining your fitness levels, rather than focus on building muscle, until such time your body is fully mature. I hope you consider the above information to be useful. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to forward your query via this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Protein can be taken any time in the day. We recommend you follow the manufactures directions of use on the side of the container. Generally you will take 1-2 scoops up to 3 times per day in between meals and post work out for best results. But the amount you take depends upon how often and how hard you train and how much other protein you get in your diet.
Well the word “MASS” says it all. If you are taking a mass gainer you will gain weight which is helped by the large number of carbs that are present. Try a lean gainer like USN 100% Whey Protein stacked with Grenade fat burner.
Thanks for the feedback Muhammed. More often than not we can price match a price when we can view it on a website, however as Costco is a wholesale company we unfortunately cannot price match their prices.
Yes this would be perfect.
The tub is close to - Height 31cm - Width 18cm
Take one serving 45min prior to workout and one serving immediately after workout.
Only those individuals who are serious about gaining muscle mass will utilise protein supplements to help them achieve this; protein will not cause you to 'bulk up' unless you are also following a strict training regime to purposely build muscle. If you are looking to lose weight, ensuring that you are getting an adequate supply of protein in your diet is an excellent step to take. Protein will aid weight loss and the acquirement of a lean (but not overly-muscular) physique for two main reasons: firstly, it will help to stabilise blood glucose levels, so that your appetite is more stable, and you experience a reduction in sugar cravings. Secondly, protein will help to preserve lean muscle tissue and aid repair following exercise. Muscle is metabolically active and will help to burn fat; what is more, when you are restricting calories on a weight-loss plan, you risk losing muscle tissue. A sufficient protein intake will help to prevent this occurring. I would recommend taking a serving 100% Whey Protein say, mid-morning, and following a workout, with additional servings taken to bridge nutritional gaps. Alternatively, you may wish to try PhD Nutrition Diet Whey 2kg, £39.99 instead, as this contains green tea extract plus CLA and other nutrients which will aid weight loss. I hope the above information assists in answering your query.
We strongly recommend you take one serving 1hr prior to training and one serving post workout.
It consists of Whey protein which is not suitable for vegetarians.
Whey Protein Premium may contain traces of crustaceans - this is why it is not deemed suitable, as 100% vegetarian ingredients cannot be guaranteed.
Take 1-3 servings daily in between meals and pre/post workout.
Whey Protein Premium is simply a new name for 100% Whey Protein.
Protein GF-1 contains varying sources of high quality protein, along with several B vitamins to aid muscular repair and development. Pure Protein Premium is a high quality protein supplement containing BCAAs. I hope the above addresses your query.
We would not know this question as we are not the manufacture. Please contact USN direct.
Whey protein can be used at any time day or night to help supplement a healthy diet. Best taken in-between meals to stop hunger cravings and to keep you fuller for longer. Essential to take immediately post-workout to speed up the rate of recovery after exercise.
Whey is the best protein - especially for morning and for after training. If you go long periods without protein or take it before bed, there may be advantages to the Pure Protein as it supplies aminos to your bloodstream for a longer duration.
No, this would be perfectly fine to take.
Hi Keith Whey protein is a protein from milk, so no concerns with it causing any heart problems...whey also has several health benefits. 39 BPM is indeed excellent. You can take whey protein 1-3 times daily (or more). The key to deciding is to get 2 grams of protein for every kilogram of your body weight. So count up your grams of protein intake and add the correct amount of protein into your diet from whey protein to add up to at least 2 grams per kilo. Try to always take it right after training and if you don't eat for a while before exercise, take a serving an hour before also.