GoPrimal 100% Hydrolyzed Grass Fed Whey Protein
- 100% Hydrolyzed Protein Next Generation in Protein- sourced from grass fed cows from Ireland. Happy free range cows
100% Hydro Whey Protein / The best protein money can buy / Best flavours, creamy and soft / Cold Pressed / Easy to Digest
Throughout various processing stages including ultra-filtration all unwanted whey-components such as fat, carbs or lactose are removed to get a finished purified high protein with low carb and fat product, which is not only important if you want to build up lean muscle mass but also helps your body to digest it! Because it doesn't have to digest a lot of fat or carbs it is able to absorb more rapidly than a concentrate or isolate and makes our GoPrimal whey protein hydrolyzed one of the fastest-digesting and best form.
100% Hydrolyzed Protein Next Generation in Protein- sourced from grass fed cows from Ireland. Happy free range cows.
The easiest way to reach your macros every day
When training, we need an specific amount of protein per day. The total value can change depending on your goals, but being consistent in the amount of grams you need per day is KEY. This is why a clean and effective protein like ours can play a very important role in your everyday. Helping you to reach your protein levels intake.
How much protein do I really need – from an athlete’s point of view total muscle optimization Proteins – functions and needs for the athlete The main aspect for athletes with regard to protein is to build muscle and support their training adaptations with a “correct” intake. We explain the important individual aspects below, but it should already be said: the total amount of protein is decisive at the end of the day.
For building muscle, muscle protein synthesis is the most important factor: the rate of build-up must be superior to that of protein breakdown. Insulin should be known as a hormone, which inhibits the breakdown processes, while protein stimulates the breakdown processes. In addition to the muscle structures, other protein-rich structures such as antibodies, enzymes or transport proteins are also continuously built up. Appropriate training and optimal calorie intake are also crucial for muscle protein synthesis.
Effective, creamy, soft and delicious
Our protein is designed to be mixed with plain water and have a great flavour, but if you really want to enjoy it, we recommend to mix it with just milk or plant based milk for a better experience. And if you have a blender, make sure you throw in some vegetables in your smoothie. You won't believe how tasty can be.
During training, our muscle structures are stressed and have to be rebuilt and “repaired” – this is where the post-workout window comes into play: after training there is a higher sensitivity to amino acids, which is why a protein shake after training is very useful – im In conjunction with a carbohydrate source, the regeneration window can be used even better (with regard to muscle glycogen resynthesis).
A protein shake is not a must and you can prepare the same amount of protein with a normal meal.
An even division of three to five or even six meals a day makes sense, with a minimum of 25-40g protein per meal – the rate and stimulation of muscle protein synthesis was measured here. Depending on the type and load of training, the upper or lower end can be focused.
Easier on your stomach: as hydrolised protein can be much more absorbed than others like concentrate or isolate, your stomach will feel much better. Lower in carbs and fats: the exclusive cold press process allows us to filter only what we really need: highest quality protein powder. Research has shown that hydrolyzed protein powder also helps restoring glycogen post-workout. (your body uses glycogen for energy, which is also stored in your liver and muscles.) Restoring glycogen after a workout is essential to limit post-workout muscle damage and recover in a much more efficient way.