ISO-Phase is the most anabolic of all the whey isolates. ISO-Phase is charged up with over 12 grams of Glutamine and over 10 grams of BCAAs per serving. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and proper dietary intake is critical for getting the most out of your workouts. With ISO-Phase you will recover faster and get bigger and stronger than you ever thought possible!
- MAXIMIZES REPAIR, RECOVERY AND GROWTH!
- HAS 230% MORE GLUTAMINE THAN REGULAR WHEY!
- HAS 624% MORE BCAAS THAN EGG!
- Great taste, zero fat!
Use ISO-Phase regularly to help meet your daily protein requirements (as directed on the label). We suggest 1 - 1.5 grams per pound of bodyweight. Check our blog often for new recipes!
Combine ISO-Phase with GLYCO-Phase to create the perfect pre/intra/post workout shakes.
1 scoop ISO-Phase
1 scoop GLYCO-Phase
Provides: 26 grams protein, 51 grams carbohydrates, zero fat
1/2 scoop ISO-Phase
1/2 scoop GLYCO-Phase
Provides: 14 grams protein, 25 grams carbohydrates, zero fat
ISO-Phase can also be combined with GLYCO-Phase to make high-quality, custom weight gainers. Mix 1-2 scoops of ISO-Phase with 1-3 scoops of GLYCO-Phase in water, juice or milk. For additional healthy calories add raw nut butter or nut oils to your shake.
When do I take ISO-Phase™?
ISO-Phase can be taken any time you need protein. We suggest taking in some sort of protein every 2-3 hours to maintain positive nitrogen balance.
Why does ISO-Phase contain so much glutamine?
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, making up over 60% of the free-floating amino acid pool in skeletal muscle. Glutamine is quickly becoming referred to as conditionally essential amino acid because in times of physical stress, such as intense exercise and surgery, the body requires more of it to maintain its glutamine stores in blood and muscle. When glutamine stores are depleted, you may experience decreases in strength, stamina, and recovery.
How much ISO-Phase should I use each day?
It really depends on how much protein you are getting from the rest of your diet as to how much ISO-Phase you should use on a daily basis. We recommend 1-1.5 grams of protein per pound of body-weight.
Should I stack ISO-Phase with any other supplements?
ISO-Phase stacks well with GLYCO-Phase™. The two can be combined to make the perfect pre, intra and post-workout shakes. The two can also be combined to make custom weight gainers. The entire Advanced Genetics line-up can be used in conjunction with ISO-Phase to maximize muscle growth.
Does ISO-Phase taste good?
We spent a lot of time working on the taste and texture of ISO-Phase. Though taste is subjective, we feel it is the best tasting and has the best mouth-feel of any isolate on the market.
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