Evogen

Evogen IsoJect

28 servings

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  • $39.99
  • Regular price $44.95
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UPC 817189025911

Product ID 25307


When going to every extreme to try to create the most effective whey isolate in existence, you have to go to equal extremes when developing the flavor. Evogen Nutrition has done just that. However, 100% pure proteins that also taste great and utilize the latest technology didn’t exist until now. This is why IsoJect is setting the standard for great tasting 100% whey isolate with only 110-120 calories per serving.

It utilizes cutting-edge triple cold-filtered whey isolate which undergoes sensitive nano-filtration to preserve the quality of its ultra-pure whey isolate. This innovative processing allows for a higher glycomacropeptide content than ion exchange processing. This peptide is high in branched chain amino acids and has many benefits toward your desired body composition goals.

IsoJect uses “new to the public” proteolytic enzyme technology to maximize protein utilization for critical growth and repair amino acids. These specifically target leucine, valine, isoleucine, and glutamine. This precision enzyme technology ensures maximum release and absorption of these key amino acids for rapid effects.

One of the major issues with athletes, is the requirement for higher protein diets to assist in their growing recovery needs. Often their protein needs can exceed the amount of the enzymes their own body creates. The result is that while their protein intake is increasing, proportionately more amino acids from their intake of protein supplements may not be getting fully absorbed leading to gas, bloating, etc. This is where IGNITOR™ Enzyme Technology can greatly increase your protein powder’s effectiveness.

IGNITOR contains a scientifically crafted combination of endopeptidases and exopeptidases which belong to a class of enzymes called aminopeptidases. Endopeptidases hydrolyze protein molecules at the interior peptide bonds, liberating smaller peptides, while exopeptidases hydrolyze the protein molecule at the terminus of the peptide chain, releasing individual amino acids.