Sports fitness

For everyone who wants to be fit and vital. Recovery after just 5 hours. Increase muscle strength to 110%.

The difference between micro and macro protein was demonstrated many years ago in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. At the same time, research continued with Dr. Priemer introduced the REBEL for HAPPINESS to take the bitterness out of the micro-protein that was still bitter in 2016. Now it has been achieved and the patent has already been granted. Today we can offer you bitter-free MIKRO-Protein = SUPER-WPH, which is also lactose-free.

The so-called AMINO POOL in the body must provide +/- 100g of amino acids every day, as a little more than an hour of maximum exertion and amino requirements have to be bridged. – And because the amino pool was not designed higher. An evolutionary interpretation of humans by Mother Nature.

If you exert yourself, you should refuel after just an hour. Anyone who exerts themselves for more than two hours and does not refuel will experience muscle loss . – Like some marathon runners. “Refilling” is quickest and easiest to achieve with a bio-fermented protein (WPH).

Athletes who reduced their performance to 85% after just under an hour and then took a break to achieve 100% performance again had reached the 100% goal after just five hours in the US study (see figure). – But only with the fermented protein, the WPH (see R-Point = Recovery). And not with the raw WPC or collagen proteins.

Your advantages at a glance:

  • Enjoyable and more tolerable
  • Faster muscle recovery
  • whey protein
  • 100% organic value
  • Completely organically fermented
  • 80% amino acids, di- and tri-peptides according to GPC and NPN analyses
  • BCAA-rich
  • Micro-finely chopped, extremely quickly digestible
  • Best BIO availability in the small intestine
  • No gas formation and colon irritation
  • Purely natural
  • Made in southern Germany

Sports fitness

Bigger muscles thanks to protein: The type and amount of protein are crucial

They say: A lot of protein creates a lot of muscles. Since muscles consist of around 20 percent protein - commonly known as egg white - protein products provide exactly the right building blocks. “Proteins contribute to increasing and maintaining muscle mass,” it is often said. But what exactly does that mean?

Protein makes muscles

The body needs milk or whey/whey protein to build muscle. Protein utilization is important. Because over 50% of low-quality, raw protein powder can reach the large intestine and cause toxic H2S gas. Fermented protein (WPH), on the other hand, is “captured” much more quickly, namely in the small intestine, and made available directly to the muscles.

Muscle building and targeted protein intake

In addition to the overall protein supply, the right timing with the right type and amount of protein is crucial for targeted muscle building. Protein is needed for building, maintaining and repairing muscles after sport and during targeted strength training.

Protein alone is not enough to build muscle

However, to build muscle, it is not enough to simply consume protein. Because without appropriate stimuli - in the form of training - the muscles do not start to grow. This means that proteins are essential for building muscle, but you will only see success in combination with exercise.

Build muscle with protein: quality is important

Biological value is a type of “evaluation standard” that can be used to assess the quality of a protein. The biological value indicates how well the body can utilize protein ingested from food, i.e. how well it can convert it into the body's own protein. It results, among other things, from the amount and type of protein building blocks in the food, the amino acids. In principle, animal protein sources are of higher quality than plant-based ones because they contain more essential amino acids.

But the protein quality is also increased through a combination of animal and vegetable protein sources. High protein qualities are also achieved in combinations of rice with legumes such as beans, millet with chickpeas or pea soup. Despite the better quality of animal protein, it is therefore recommended not to neglect plant protein sources. A high proportion of plant-based foods ensures a balanced and healthy diet.

What protein requirement is sufficient and necessary?

Of the total of 20 amino acids, 8 are vital, i.e. essential. The body can produce the rest itself. In order to consume these eight in sufficient quantities, the scientific literature indicates a protein requirement of 0.34 grams per kilogram of body weight per day.

The DGE still recommends 0.8 grams. This is because, depending on the biological value of the protein, only part of the protein consumed is actually absorbed by the body's cells. The higher value is therefore not a guide to consuming too much protein, but rather a kind of buffer to ensure that the required amount of protein arrives.

To ensure that as much protein as possible actually reaches your muscle cells, we recommend the well-tolerated and fermented WPH from Dr. Priemer with a particularly high biological value.

If you are exposed to high levels of physical exertion, for example in a muscle building phase or after a marathon, you can briefly increase your protein intake to 2 g/kg of body weight. In the long run, even athletes should not consume more than 1g of protein per kilogram of body weight.

What is the best way to distribute the total amount of protein?

We recommend a balanced distribution of protein intake across breakfast, lunch and dinner. Because this distribution stimulates the rate of muscle building more effectively than consuming most of the protein during a single meal. Consuming 20 grams of protein every three to five hours stimulates the rate of muscle growth more than consuming the same amount of protein in less regular doses (40 grams every six hours) or in more regular doses (10 grams every 1.5 hours). The easiest way to build muscle with protein is through appropriate protein shakes, which you can prepare in the blender.

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