✓ Hydrolyzed and meat protein tablets
✓ Ideal as a protein snack
✓ Better absorption and bioavailability
✓ Complete amino acid profile
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The first product that combines hydrolyzed proteins and meat proteins.
Go beyond traditional proteins and amino acid pools. In our practical tablets, we have condensed not the standard pool of free-form amino acids, but whey and meat macropeptides, enzymatically pre-hydrolyzed, to offer you the best solution in terms of absorption and bioavailability.
The special formula consists of:
With a complete amino acid profile, in which all the essential and semi-essential amino acids are present in the levorotatory form, that is the most bioavailable one, the waste of unused growth material is reduced to a minimum by providing the body with all supports in their most natural form.
For this reason 10g net of proteins contained in a dose of 10=30 Hydrolyzed Whey & Beef Protein produce an anabolic effect very similar to 30g of protein taken in traditional forms.
The perfect range of amino acids
by Dr. Marco Neri
For many years the dream of researchers (but I would also say of athletes ….) has been to arrive at the ideal amino acid composition.
The perfect balance between multiple amino acids, in search of the optimal nitrogen balance (or rather the NNU, i.e. the net nitrogen use), that is close to 100, would mean that the totality of the aa that make up that pool follows an anabolic path entering in protein synthesis.
In the 1950s, researchers Block and Mitchell proposed the concept of evaluating the nutritional quality of proteins based on their specific amino acid constituents.
They highlighted that “all amino acids must be made available simultaneously in the sites where protein synthesis occurs and that the intracellular deficit of even just one amino acid involves a limitation of the body’s protein synthesis percentage”.
The most commonly used method to evaluate the nutritional quality of proteins is BV or “Biological Value“. This method consists in evaluating the net utilization of nitrogen (what we have called NNU) of the protein.
The NNU can be determined by detecting the nitrogen balance while the protein or the aminoacid pool in question is administered.
> The nitrogen balance is the difference between the input and the excretion of nitrogen.
The difference can be positive (nitrogen retention, typical of anabolism and muscle growth), or negative (nitrogen loss, i.e. catabolism and loss of lean mass), or in balance, i.e. nitrogen balance.
The NNU percentage of a protein is mainly related to the metabolic fate of its amino acid components. Especially for athletes, among the many functions which amino acids fulfil, the main one is to support the protein synthesis.
The energetic function of amino acids, although difficult to cancel completely, takes only secondary importance.
The metabolic fate of the amino acids obtained after the digestion of proteins (or of the amino acid pool) can be of the anabolic “positive” type, where the aa favor the synthesis of proteins, which become fundamental elements for the organic constitution of new structures (especially muscle).
On the other hand, the aa can follow a “negative” catabolic path, where they are “deconstructed” and the NH2 group (with elimination of nitrogen) splits from the so-called carboxylic skeleton, all with the aim of producing energy, which we said was not the preferred use for proteins and AA pools (especially since carbohydrates and fats serve this purpose very well).
We therefore conclude that the more “good” aa follow the “positive” path, the higher the utilization of nitrogen.
From the 1950s to today, there have been many efforts to reach the “optimal” anabolic condition and some researchers claim to have come close, but there still aren’t many certainties.
Without indulging in flights of fancy, however, it is possible to try to combine theory with another important feature, the practicality of use and an excellent cost / benefit ratio.
Clearly there are excellent proteins that have excellent quality values, this such as egg white (with biological value 100), and technology has provided us with the most valuable part of the milk: the whey (bv equal to 104).
These amino acid profiles, although excellent, are not yet “perfect”; and they come short in terms of practicality, since not everyone has the opportunity to take a protein powder during the day.
An AA pool is different, these can in fact be taken by anyone, quickly, at any time with great convenience of transportation.
In addition, hydrolyzed AAs are ready to be absorbed in the first part of the small intestine in less than 30 minutes.
Logically, the AAs in balanced pools do not contain fats and carbohydrates.
From what has been said previously, we know that the balance of the aa that make up a pool is the key factor that determines its ability to positively influence anabolism.
As mentioned, there is in fact an inversely proportional relationship between the anabolic portion (amino acids that stimulate protein synthesis) and the catabolic portion (amino acids that cannot be used for growth and waste more nitrogen).
It is necessary to consider that the “common” protein foods (however essential in a “healthy” and rewarding diet) induce between 50% and 85% of nitrogen waste, because they also contain amino acids which follow a catabolic path, not being used to 100%.
It is hypothesized that 1g of a “perfect” amino acid pattern may, based on its NNU, act like 4g of protein. The value may seem high (although some speak even of 5:1), we could also be slightly less optimistic (or realistic, according to the points of view) and assume a 3:1 ratio, so 1g of well balanced AA could make up for 3g of protein.
> Could taking 25/30g of protein powder have the same “growth” effect as taking 8/10g of pool?
The net integrators research center has worked on this concept, and thought of a simple but effective formulation that could offer a valid amino acid pool that would take on growth values by combining practicality of use and adequate and easily affordable cost.
Various amino acid mixes were considered, but in the end the choice fell on an aa based on concentrated hydrolysed whey proteins with the addition of aa derived from meat proteins.
Thus the 10=30 hydrolyzed whey & beef protein was created, undoubtedly a unique, innovative and stimulating proposal both from a technical point of view and considering those quality / price parameters that had been guiding parameters in the research for the best formula.
The combination of whey and meat already provides an extremely interesting amino acid profile, not only rich in essentials but also with a highly functional synergic AA prospect for growth balance. In order to improve the overall picture, micronized glutamine was then added, which raises the standard of the amino acid pattern further.
The 10=30 Hydrolyzed Whey & Beef pool establishes a new reference point for supplements and offers users a new, highly effective and practical way of taking protein supplements.
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