Lean Protein Facts
- Body reshaping formula to lose fat and improve lean muscle
- Superior quality protein
- Increase satiety
- Recover faster
- Support immune system
- Improve nutrient absorption
- Improve gut/intestinal health
- Functional food
Athelite Nutrition designed LEAN to provide all the benefits of the best quality protein whilst delivering intestinal and immune support. There was no compromise in protein quality. LEAN used both Whey Protein Hydrolysate (WPH) and Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) as they are considered to be far superior to the soy proteins and concentrates seen in many other products.
Increased protein intake has some profound effects on muscle, fat and dietary habits. Numerous scientific studies have seen increases in daily protein intakes improve and maintain lean muscle mass whilst reducing body fat. Providing adequate amounts of carbohydrates in meals that are high in fibre with a serve of quality low fat protein has shown to assist in feeling full (satiety). This resulted in fewer calories eaten in the subsequent meal, thereby reducing overall daily caloric intake and reducing fat weight.
The combination of resistance training with quality protein has also seen great improvements in body composition. For athelites and individuals concerned with total caloric intake and excessive carbohydrates, LEAN provides the key components for recovery without additional energy. Fat tracking fat loss has been assisted with diets that are lower in carbohydrates. Athelites such as jockeys, boxers and bodybuilders/figure shapers have all successfully reduced fat levels by the use of manipulating daily carbohydrate intakes. There has been recent literature showing that athelites training on some days in a state of lower carbohydrates (~4 grams per kilogram of body weight) may improve body composition and endurance performance. Obviously this means that protein intakes would increase during these days.
LEAN provides all the intestinal and immune supporting ingredients that can assist during diets that may be lower in calories. Ensure you provide your body with a balance of exercise, appropriate dietary strategies and rest to optimize changes in body composition.