ManaWhey™ Non-Denatured Whey Protein Super Food Probiotic Formula
ManaWhey™is a great tasting 100% native whey protein super food perfect for adults and children. Easy to mix, easily digested and absorbed, ManaWhey™ is the finest biologically-active, non-denatured native whey protein. It is minimally processed to maintain the full range of all the fragile immune-modulating and regenerative components naturally present in fresh raw milk. This proprietary formulation of non-denatured whey protein contains the full range of bio-active, complete amino acids with exceptional amounts of naturally present covalent bonded Cysteine, the critical precursor to the body’s production of Glutathione.
ManaWhey™ (New Paradigm Whey Protein Supplementation)
ManaWhey™ provides all the essential amino acids in correct balance with complete branch chain amino acids in a very bio-available form. BCAAs are important for athletes since unlike the other essential amino acids; they are metabolized directly into muscle tissue and are the first ones used during periods of exercise and resistance training. ManaWhey™ provides the body with BCAAs to replenish depleted levels and start repairing and rebuilding lean muscle tissue.
Contains EPA Tri-Complex™ the only proprietary enzyme and probiotic blend with AstraGin™ that is clinically proven to increase nutrient absorption of amino acids, glucose availability, ATP production, insulin sensitivity and glycogen in muscles.
ManaWhey™ is rich in glycomacropeptides for weight management*
ManaWhey™ provides advanced protein supplementation, antioxidant protection, detoxification, immune system protection and enhancement of energy.
ManaWhey™ contains 15 grams of non-denatured whey protein providing glutathione precursors and for powerful antioxidant protection. ManaWhey is the most advanced supplement solution to boost glutathione in the body. Without glutathione, each cell would become so ravaged by free radicals that it would disintegrate. A lack of glutathione would also negatively affect the liver and immune system. By fighting free radicals, glutathione supports the liver so it can carry out its job of detoxifying the body. Likewise, preventing free radical damage also helps promote a healthy immune system.
AstraGin increases the absorption of the bonded cysteine in ManaWhey’s non-denatured whey protein Once the bonded cysteine enters the cell, it then breaks apart into two free cysteine molecules, and then each of these cysteine molecules can combine with available glycine and glutamate and make glutathione right there in each and every cell. The bonded cysteine is absorbed through the intestinal walls into the bloodstream, which carries it to each and every cell in your body. That’s 100 trillion cells in an average human body, and it goes to each and every one of them!
Glutathione (Nature’s Master Antioxidant)
Glutathione is the cell’s primary water-soluble antioxidant. The free radical theory of aging first proposed by Denham Harman blames the aging process on cumulative damage to cells and tissues inflicted over many decades by exposure to free radicals. Free radical damage affects how well we age. As the body’s “master antioxidant,” glutathione protects cells against free radical damage, thereby supporting the normal functioning of tissues and organs. Glutathione also plays a key role in detoxification. There are astonishingly high quantities of glutathione in the liver, where drugs, pollutants, alcohol, and other substances are detoxified. Glutathione rejuvenates the immune system.
“A little over 50 years ago it was recognized that many chemicals we are exposed to are activated in the body to reactive chemicals. The most central way that the body gets rid of these is by reacting them with glutathione.” – Dr. Dean Jones PhD, Professor of biochemistry, Director of Nutritional Health Sciences, Emory University
The ability of the body to detoxify poisons is the key to our survival. With every breath we take, and every meal we eat, we are exposed to thousands of potential toxins. Glutathione is an essential part of the detoxification process. When glutathione encounters toxic compounds in the liver, it attaches onto them, and in a process called S-conjugation, makes the compound more water-soluble. That allows toxins to be flushed out through the kidneys.
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