IsoWhey® Weight Management

Formulated supplementary sports food, comes in four flavours:

  • French Vanilla 
  • Double Chocolate 
  • Strawberries and Cream 
  • Banana Smoothie 
  • Classic Coffee 
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Snapshot

IsoWhey contains the highest grade whey protein that will keep you fuller for longer and maintain muscle mass whilst you lose fat. Plus, added nutrients including 12 vitamins and 11 minerals provide you with balanced nutrition.

Introduction

IsoWhey is much more than a protein powder; it's a unique formulation that supports healthy fat loss and digestive health; and it's a program that guides you every step of the way with fresh recipes and fitness tips.

IsoWhey contains the highest grade whey protein that will keep you fuller for longer and maintain muscle mass whilst you lose fat. Plus, added nutrients including 12 vitamins and 11 minerals provide you with balanced nutrition.

Use IsoWhey® Weight Managment in conjunction with the IsoWhey® Healthy Living Programs (free download here) incorporating healthy eating plans and regular exercise.

Key Features and Benefits

IsoWhey is much more than a protein powder. The nutrient-rich IsoWhey formula contains the following nutritional benefits:

  • Only 8g carbohydrates per serve
  • 15.1g of pure whey protein, sourced from grass-fed cows - premium quality and specific ratio of whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate 
  • Alkaline Seagreens® - a multinutrient and rich source of iodine, iron, calcium and potassium
  • Fortified with 12 vitamins and 11 minerals 
  • Added glutamine and medium chain triglycerides
  • Litesse® - a low GI fibre that nourishes probiotics and helps you feel full
  • Probiotics - for intestinal balance
  • Digestive enzymes - for digestive health
  • No artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or sweeteners - naturally sweetened with xylitol
  • Gluten Free and less than 1g of lactose per serve

Serving Suggestions

Adults: Mix 1 - 1.5 scoops* (32-35g) into 200mL of low-fat milk or milk substitute. Consume once or twice daily, as part of a kilojoule-controlled weight management plan.

*Please read the label. Serving size may vary between flavours.

'Whey' to Healthy Weight-loss

  1. What is whey?"Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet eating her curds and whey..." Milk contains two major sources of protein: casein and whey. During cheese and curd manufacturing, casein is responsible for producing the curds while whey is generally considered a waste product. Outside of the cheesemaking world, whey is recognised as a highly usable protein source, rich in essential amino acids. Our bodies use 23 amino acids to construct proteins; eight are classified as essential and must be supplied by our diet. Whey also provides vitamins, minerals and other very beneficial compounds for health and wellbeing.1
  2. Do I need to make IsoWhey® Weight Managment into a smoothie?No, IsoWhey® Weight Managment also mixes well into 200mL of low fat milk, soymilk, oat milk, water or low fat natural yoghurt. Place 1 - 1.5 scoops into a protein shaker or wide-neck bottle and keep this at your work desk or in your bag; add your desired liquid base and shake to dissolve for a no-fuss instant protein drink.
  3. The nutritional information panel states IsoWhey® Weight Managment contains xylitol. What is xylitol?
    Xylitol is a carbohydrate naturally produced by plants. It has the same sweet taste as sugar without negative effects on dental health. In fact, it has a beneficial effect on dental caries.2 Xylitol also differs from sugar in having no adverse effect on blood sugar levels when taken at appropriate doses.3
  4. The total body protein mass is about 12kg for a 76kg individual. Nearly half of our body protein is in the skeletal muscle, while blood and skin contain about 15%. As we age, we lose muscle mass and therefore protein. It is important to maintain muscle mass to maintain physically active lifestyles, for physical performance, and to remain independent in our old age.4
  5. Based on all the measurements of protein quality (including biological value) whey is a superior protein source. It has a biological value of 104, which is higher than the value for casein (77), soy protein (74), beef (80) or wheat (64).5

Safety Information

  • This product contains less than one gram (0.8g) of lactose per serve; most lactose-intolerant individuals can tolerate 12g of lactose daily.
  • All of the ingredients in IsoWhey Complete® are gluten free and free of soy, GMO ingredients, artificial sweeteners, artificial flavours, artificial colours, and preservatives.
  • High protein diets increase the body's need for water. Be sure to increase your daily water intake to at least two litres.
  • Contains xylitol: excess consumption may have a laxative effect.
  • Not to be used as the sole source of nutrition, except on medical advice.
  • The ingredients contained in IsoWhey® Weight Managment are considered to be safe in pregnancy and lactation, however it is not generally advised for pregnant women, or children under 15 years, to use formulated supplementary foods without medical or dietetic supervision.
  • This product is recommended to be used in conjunction with a balanced diet and appropriate exercise program.
  • Phenylketonurics: contains phenylalanine.
  • Always read the label. Use only as directed.

Did you know?

  • The total body protein mass is about 12kg for a 76kg individual. Nearly half of our body protein is in the skeletal muscle, while blood and skin contain about 15%. As we age, we lose muscle mass and therefore protein. It is important to maintain muscle mass to maintain physically active lifestyles, for physical performance, and to remain independent in our old age.
  • Based on all the measurements of protein quality (including biological value) whey is a superior protein source. It has a biological value of 104, which is higher than the value for casein (77), soy protein (74), beef (80) or wheat (64).
  • Whey protein contains all the necessary essential amino acids (building blocks for protein) for health, and is efficiently absorbed and used by the body.

 

References

1 Marshall K. Therapeutic applications of whey protein. Altern Med Rev 2004 Jun;9(2):136-156.
2 Kandelman D, Gagnon G. A 24-month clinical study of the incidence and progression of dental caries in relation to consumption of chewing gum containing xylitol in school preventiveograms. J Dent Res 1990 Nov;69(11):1771-1775.
3 Natah SS, Hussien KR, Tuominen JA, Koivisto VA. Metabolic response to lactitol and xylitol in healthy men. Am J Clin Nutr 1997 Apr;65(4):947-950.
4 Department of Health and Ageing, National Health and Medical Research Council, Ministry of Health. Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. Commonwealth of Australia, 2006.
5 Hoffman JR, Falvo MJ. Protein – which is best? J Sports Sci Med 2004 Sep;3(3):118-130