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PURE WHEY PROTEIN - SHAKER
Pure Whey Protein is an unflavored protein sprinkle that can be used on healthy foods or in non-carbonated beverages. It is whey protein isolate and is gluten-free, sugar-free and GMO-free. 1 tablespoon is approximately 6 grams of protein.
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Protein is believed to be an important part of every cell that makes up the human body; even your hair and nails are said to be made of protein. Hormones and other chemicals in the body may not be made without protein. It is also believed to be important for the growth and the repair of tissues. Protein naturally occurs in meats, eggs, beans and nuts.
Creative Bioscience® Pure Whey Protein is an easy way to make sure that you are getting your daily serving. We have created an unflavored powder that can be sprinkled in your favorite non-carbonated beverage!
Whey Protein Isolate — a popular ingredient found in protein bars, beverages, and other foods. Whey protein isolate is different from other forms of whey protein because it has had water removed and is usually free of lactose and cholesterol free; it is typically 90% protein.
Can be refilled with Pure Whey Protein - Tub!
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Sprinkle one (1) tablespoon (shake and count to three) of protein on any food, or into 4-8 ounces of room temperature, non-carbonated liquids and stir until dissolved. SHAKE CONTAINER BEFORE USE!
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Good manufacturing practices (GMP) are the practices required in order to conform to the guidelines recommended by agencies that control authorization and licensing for manufacture and sale of food, drug products, and active pharmaceutical products.
“GRAS” means Generally Recognized As Safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It means that a food additive or substance has been tested and is considered safe by experts. For more information, visit the FDA.gov website.
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