eLEAD - SOYPRO
A better alternative to whey, SoyPro is high in protein and cholesterol free. It is made from 100% pure soy and contains all nine essential amino acids for optimal muscle function. SoyPro is used to build lean muscle mass, aid in recovery, and maintain muscle fiber health.
Vegetarian/VeganThis product does not contain any animal products or byproducts.
Lactose-FreeThis product does not contain any lactose, milk, or dairy products.
Preservative-FreeThis product does not contain any preservatives.
Worry-FreeThis product has been tested for heavy metals and pesticides.
Quality ManufacturingWe use a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility.
30 packages/box (36g/package)
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Q： Who needs more protein?
A：Those who exercise may need more protein. During exercise, people put their muscles through large amounts of stress, which can break down some parts of the muscle. Those looking to gain muscle mass can also benefit from more protein. Protein helps to build and maintain muscles.
Q： If I exercise, when is the best time to take protein?A： When exercising to build muscle, there is some evidence that eating protein soon after a workout can help muscle growth and recovery. Ideally, protein should be consumed throughout the day. Our bodies can only absorb and use so much protein in one sitting. If you are trying to build muscle, the ideal way is to consume steady amounts of protein throughout your day, but particularly immediately after exercise.
Q： How much protein do I need?A： There is no set standard for how much protein we should eat every day. Different organizations will recommend different amounts, based on an individual's diet, age, gender, activity level, as well as any medical conditions they may have.
If you exercise, or if you are looking to build muscle or strength, then more protein can be beneficial, as protein plays a part in muscle synthesis. The U.S. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends that healthy adults should consume about 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight every day. Athletes should consume a little bit more—about 1.2 – 2.0 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight every day.
Q： What is the difference between soy isolate and whole soy protein?A：Soy isolate protein is a powdered food product that has been isolated from the other components of soy through chemical and biological processes. This is not ideal, because as an isolate, it is missing all of the beneficial components of soy.
Wholesome soy, on the other hand, contains protein, as well as additional important nutrients, fiber, phytochemicals, and antioxidants.
In the pursuit of building muscles, it is important to also remain healthy.
Q： How does ginseng help people who exercise?
A： Ginseng has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Researchers looked into how ginseng can help us in our daily activities, such as exercise. In experiments done with animal models, researchers have found that ginseng extract protects muscle from exercise-induced oxidative stress. Other researchers have found that ginseng can help reduce injuries and inflammation in muscles caused by eccentric contractions. Researchers have also found that treatment with ginseng saponins significantly prolongs endurance.
Also, further studies have suggested that the administration of ginseng reduces oxidative stress on the liver after exhaustive exercise. Multiple other studies have found that ginseng improves exercise performance in terms of strength, oxygen uptake, work capacity, alertness, and even psychomotor skills.
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