SWISS HERBAL'S natural flavoured protein powder contains Supro Brand soya protein isolate. Not only is this powder rich in the necessary protein and amino acids, it also contains the isoflavones genestein, daidzein and glycitein. Recent scien... *
SWISS HERBAL'S natural flavoured protein powder contains Supro Brand soya protein isolate. Not only is this powder rich in the necessary protein and amino acids, it also contains the isoflavones genestein, daidzein and glycitein. Recent scientific evidence strongly suggests that high soy-diets and isoflavones may play a significant inhibitory role in cardiovascular health concerns and immunity, especially prostate health concerns. These components also support many of the symptoms of menopause, due to its phyto-estrogen-like effects in post-menopausal women.
Amino Acids are the "building blocks" that make up protein. It is protein that provides the structure for all living things. Proteins are an essential part of every living cell. Each protein in the body is tailored for a specific need. In the human body, proteins are important to muscles, ligaments, tendons, organs, glands, nails, hair, body fluids, enzymes, hormones and the growth of bones.
Some Amino Acids act as neurotransmitters or precursors of neurotransmitters (chemicals that carry information from one nerve cell to another.) Therefore, certain amino acids are necessary for the brain to receive and send messages. Amino Acids also enable vitamins and minerals to perform their tasks effectively. Although vitamins and minerals are absorbed and assimilated by the body, they remain ineffective unless the necessary Amino Acids are present.
There are two types of Amino Acids, ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS - those that cannot he manufactured by the body itself and must be obtained from the diet and NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS - those that can be produced by the body.
Twenty-two Amino Acids are required to make human protein; of these, nine are ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS. These include histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. If the diet is not properly balanced, that is, if it fails to supply adequate amounts of the essential Amino Acids, physical disorders will eventually develop.
Our Amino Acid formulas are specially designed to supplement the unbalanced lifestyle and thus prevent the development of physical disorders.
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Two full tablespoons, three times daily (60g) is an excellent source of protein. For a nutritious drink, add two tablespoons of an 8 ounce glass of milk or fruit juice. SWISS HERBAL'S protein powder is a fine blend of high quality protein and lecithin.
Swiss Herbal products are an exclusive line of premium quality, natural source vitamins, minerals and supplements as well as herbs, cosmetics and herbal remedies. All products are prepared to the highest standards of quality control, from raw materials right through the entire manufacturing process. Samples are sent to independent laboratories to verify that these high standards are met or surpassed for purity, potency, stability and freshness.
All Swiss Herbal products are packed in tamper-proof pharmaceutical-grade& recyclable containers.
All vitamins and supplements are guaranteed for purity, potency and stability for up to three years.
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