Different from ordinary protein powder, protein powder contains100% whey protein, Easily absorbed and used by the body1,3,4, Including branched chain amino acids (BCAA), with high nutritional value
Enhance immune function3
- Cysteine contained in whey protein can be converted into Glutathione, an important antioxidant in cells.
- Cysteine can also prevent tissue damage and enhance immune function
Promote muscle production1,3
Whey protein can stimulate muscle production, and the Leucine contained in it helps the production of muscle protein, which is especially important for maintaining weight
Easy to dissolve
Easily dissolve in any warm or cold food or drink
Colorless and tasteless
Suitable to be added to various foods and drinks without changing the original taste and texture
No cholesterol, lactose
Failure to absorb enough protein in the daily diet makes it easy to lack protein1。
The following people especially need to consume more protein1。
- Stunted children
- Patients with severe bedsores
- Patients who need surgery
- cancer patient
- Patients with liver disease
- People with dialysis
- 1 cup of protein music (3 flat spoons about 15 grams) contains 13.2 grams of protein, which is more than 12.57 grams of protein contained in 2 eggs4,5
- A normal adult needs about 0.8 g/kg per day: For 65 kg body weight, about 48 g protein per day
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For details, please follow the advice of your doctor, nutritionist or medical staff
1.Fresubin Protein Powder. Scientific Product Rationale (Revision 2). Revised in January 2014.
2.Norman K, Pichard C, Lochs H & Pirlich M. Prognostic impact of disease-related malnutrition. Clin Nutr. 2008;27:5-15.
3.Marshall K. Therapeutic applications of whey protein. Altern Med Rev. 2004;9:136-156.
4.Fresubin Protein Powder. Documentation of the Final Nutrient Profile (Revision 5). Revised on 16th Oct, 2013.
5. Center for Food Safety. Eggs and Products-Nutritional Information Sheet. Available at www.cfs.gov.hk/tc_chi/nutrient/fc-myreportc.php (Accessed on 25th June, 2014)