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What is Protein
Whey Protein Isolate
Function and Purpose
Label Requirements


What is Protein?

Proteins are called the building blocks of our bodies, a macronutrient, and contained in every cell, tissue and organ in the human body. Structurally, they are large complex molecules made up of long, branch chains amino acids (BCAA’s) which are highly concentrated in muscle tissue and are used to fuel working muscles, repair cells, and to produce new cells.
Next to water, protein is the most abundant substance in our bodies BUT…while the body reproduces many of the 20 amino acids it needs to function properly, 9 are not and must be replenished daily through food sources.
Food sources of protein include: beef, chicken, poultry, fish, eggs, diary products, nuts, seeds, and legumes like black beans and lentils


Trimino Features Whey Protein Isolate

trimino protein infused water is made with whey protein isolate and includes essential amino acids required by the human body to perform effectively.
The whey protein isolate offers the highest percentage of pure protein, is easily digestible, and is lactose, carbohydrate, cholesterol, and fat free.

Protein Function & Purpose

Energy: Is a major source of energy for the body
Enzymes: are proteins that increase the rate of chemical reactions in the body (how the body processes and metabolize molecules, etc.). Example: aiding in the digestion of large protein, carbohydrate, and fat molecules into smaller molecules.
Transportation and Storage of Molecules: Protein is a major element in the transportation of specific molecules. Example: hemoglobin is a protein that transports oxygen throughout the body.
Antibodies: Protein forms antibodies that help prevent infection, illness, and disease. They identify and assist in destroying antigens such as bacteria and viruses.

12 Benefits

#1. Greater muscle mass, muscle tone, and lean tissue
#2. It creates less hunger and lower calorie intake
#3. Easier fat loss on a calorie-restricted diet
#4. Less belly fat
#5. Greater muscle development when supplementing with protein
#6. Greater strength gains from training
#7. Better bone density and less risk of osteoporosis
#8. Better brain function
#9. Better sleep
#10. Lower blood pressure
#11. Stronger tendons and faster recovery from injury
#12. Greater lifespan and better quality of life as you age

Recommended Daily Allowance of Protein Requirements FDA

For the purpose of labeling with a percent of the DRV, the following DRV’s are established for the following food components based on the reference caloric intake of 2,000 calories:


FDA Label Requirement: “Good Source of Protein”

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