PROPRIETARY FOOD - PROTEIN BAR
When it comes to snacking, every single one of us is entitled to a tasty treat. At corebolics we believe that great taste and good health are not mutually exclusive. This unique protein bar is made with high-quality milk proteins including whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate that your active lifestyle demands, 21 gm high-quality protein per bar, 231 calories, 5.1 gm fiber high quality and gluten free ensuring a tasty guilt-free snack.
STORE IN A COOL DRY PLACE & HYGIENIC CONDITION
- 24gm Protein
- 4.71gm Glutamic Acid
- 11.71gm EAA
- 5.65gm BCAA
Whey protein is the most important weapon in your muscle-building arsenal. It promotes muscle development, counteracts muscle breakdown, and supports your workout recovery. It’s also easy to digest and a good source of powerful BCAAs.
Our Core Fusion whey protein combines two hard-hitting types of protein in one powerful blend. It’s perfect - first thing in the morning, between meals and especially after your workout.
31g scoop serving will get you – 24g Protein, 2g Glutamine & only 1.77g Carbohydrates.
WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE: Great for low-carb diets, low in fat, and easily digested.
WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE: Concentrate has a more balanced amount of proteins, carbs, and fats to fuel your workouts.
MICRONIZED GLUTAMINE: Glutamine plays a key role in healthy immune function, protein metabolism, intestinal health, and may support the balance of nitrogen in your body.
DIGESTIVE ENZYMES: These enzymes help with the digestion of your protein. In fact, they are clinically studied and shown to increase the uptake of amino acids into the blood by 20% compared to whey protein given alone.
DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 serving 31gm (1 scoop) with 200-300ml water or skimmed milk. Use a blender or a handheld shaker. Mix for 30 seconds. Have 1-3 servings daily depending on daily protein need.
Corebolics Isolean is a premium quality whey protein isolate containing 90% protein. This high quality product is fast digestible. It delivers the full spectrum of amino acids naturally found in whey protein including the highest concentration of BCAAs for muscle preservation and endurance as well as other essential amino acids for boosting of your immune system.
Isolean is virtually fat and lactose free. The end product is rich in BCAA amino acids & L-Glutamine. BCAAs play an important role in the protection of muscle mass against damage owing to intense workout and they take part in the recovery process.
L-Glutamine supports recovery, strengthens immune system operations, boost muscle cell hydration and supports gut health.
In a 32gm scoop serving, you get 27gm protein, 110 kcal calories, 0 gm fat and only 0.60 gm carbohydrates.
-27gm Protein Isolate Per Serving.
-Clinically Tested For Safety And Efficiency.
-Effective In Reducing Body Fat.
DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 serving 32gm (1 scoop) with 200-300ml of cold water or skimmed milk. Use a blender or a hand held shaker. Mix for 30 seconds. Have 1-3 servings daily between meals, depending on daily protein need.
Corebolics Pro-1 protein is a health supplement with cold processed instantized whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate. A perfect supplement for beginners with a 1:2 carbohydrate to protein ratio.
-Whey concentrate has high biological value.
-Helps in the recovery of muscles post workout.
-Enriched with the essential proteins, carbohydrates and saturated fatty acid.
-Enhances muscle strength and development.
In a 35gm scoop serving, you get 20gm protein, 1 gm fat and only 9.2 gm carbohydrates.
DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 serving 35gm (1 scoop) with 200-300ml water or skimmed milk. Use a blender or a hand held shaker. Mix for 30 seconds. Have 1-3 servings daily depending on daily protein need.
Corebolics RAW-PRO is a source of protein that was designed to help meet daily protein needs of men and women in all age groups. Highly digestible, it employs 100% ultrafiltered, low temperature processed whey protein concentrate.
This naturally flavoured formula is also highly concentrated in essential amino acids- half of which are muscle-sparing branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) that guard hard-earned muscles from catabolism- before, during and after workouts.
RAW-PRO Whey can benefit practically everyone, from elite athletes, those making healthy lifestyle choices, to growing children, teens and even the elderly.
With the addition of digestive enzymes, a proteolytic enzyme blend, which helps the body obtain more amino acids from ingested protein, which makes achieving positive nitrogen balance a more seamless process.
When an athlete takes RAW-PRO Whey enhanced with digestive enzymes, the body can absorb more amino acids directly into the bloodstream, which ultimately aids in increasing muscle size, strength and lean body mass.
WHEY: NATURE’S PUREST SOURCE:
Whey protein is nutritionally perfect. That means it contains adequate amounts of all the essential and non essential amino acids required by the human body.
A complete protein is composed of all 9 essential amino acids in adequate quantities, and some of those are more critical than others. At the top of that list are the branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) that include leucine, isoleucine, and valine, which are absolute requirements for protein synthesis, and muscle development. Of the branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), leucine is most critical for athletes and for protein synthesis, and RAW-PRO Whey offers athletes a wellspring of this important amino acid.
Compared to other protein sources, such as casein, soy, and egg/albumen products, whey is the gold standard for bodybuilding and strength athletes wanting to maximize their training.
IDEAL TIME TO TAKE WHEY:
Research teaches that there are more and less critical times to take in whey protein. One of those key times is pre-workout. Because whey protein is so rapidly digested and synthesized, taking RAW-PRO whey just 15 minutes prior to a workout can offer an edge to training that not only allows for peak performance, but also impacts how available muscle-sustaining amino acids and nutrients are to muscle tissue throughout the workout.
Post-Workout, whey is absolutely critical within a window of time that will help support and repair the micro-damage to muscle fibers created by heavy resistance training, or endurance activities. Vital to repair and restructure of muscle - and ultimately the building of new muscle fiber - as well as oxidative damage done to muscles during training, whey should be taken after a workout in order to enhance recovery and stimulate protein synthesis.
Outside of these critical times whey protein can be consumed as a snack in between meals, before bed or even as a part of meal in order to reach one's desired daily protein intake.
-Pure whey protein concentrate 80%
-No added sugar / added digestive enzymes
-No added flavour
-100% diabetic friendly
DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 serving 30gm (1 scoop) with 200-300ml water or skimmed milk. Use a blender or a hand held shaker. Mix for 30 seconds. Have 1-3 servings daily depending on daily protein need.
Corebolics has developed FUSION AMINO, our most complete essential amino acid powder blend including BCAAs at a 2:1:1 ratio for optimal muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and training recovery support. For athletes who take recovery seriously FUSION AMINO is a potent EAA formula packing 9 amino acids necessary for growing new and preserving existing muscle mass post training.When it comes to “Quality Amino Acids”, Corebolics is setting new standards. At Corebolics, there is a commitment to quality, which is why we use the all new Instant fermented branched chain amino acids from vegan sources. Use the product elite athletes have known about for years. Make sure you keep FUSION AMINO as a part of your daily year-round supplement program.
DIRECTIONS: Mix 1 serving 10gm (1 scoop) with 6-8 oz of cold water. Fusion Amino can be consumed before training, between meals, intra training or post workout to boost your amino acid intake. Use this product as a part of a proper diet and exercise program.
STEROID & DOPE-FREE: This product only contains ingredients as listed on the label and is free from dope and substances as listed in the 2017 prohibited list of substances of World-Anti-Doping Agency.
For regular lifters—and a whole lot of other people these days—protein is probably the most prioritized macronutrient. Gym rats were decades ahead of the curve on protein, and the reason why was never a secret: Protein forms essential components of muscle, as Dwayne Jackson, Ph.D., explains in the article "What Does Protein Actually Do In Your Body?"
But here's one other thing lifters have been ahead of the game on: the knowledge that when they eat all protein, all the time, they can still obtain some of the benefits of protein by taking the amino acids that protein is made of.
There are nine essential amino acids (EAAs) in proteins—not just three—which your body can't make on its own. And though it might seem like EAA supplements are new to the scene, there's actually extensive research looking at their effects on promoting muscle protein synthesis.
Here's a quick primer on the essential amino acids (EAAs), with the bodybuilder, lifter, or other hard-training athlete in mind.
Meet the Essential Nine
L-Leucine is one of the three BCAAs; it's integrally involved in muscle protein synthesis and acts as an activator of mTORC1. It's the amino that gets the most press, and with good reason.
L-Lysine is involved in growth, tissue repair, and nutrient uptake.
L-Valine is one of the three BCAAs; it promotes muscle growth and tissue repair.
L-Isoleucine is one of the three BCAAs. It's involved in hemoglobin synthesis and regulation of blood sugar and energy levels.
L-Threonine is involved in the creation or synthesis of protein in the body.
L-Phenylalanine plays a role in the synthesis of amino acids. It's also a precursor for important hormones such as dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine.
L-Methionine is required for tissue growth and repair.
L-Histidine is involved in the synthesis of proteins. It also combines with beta-alanine to form the dipeptide carnosine.
L-Tryptophan is involved in the synthesis of proteins. It's a precursor for the neurotransmitter serotonin and the hormone melatonin.
You Can't Get Muscle Without Muscle Protein Synthesis
If you're a serious student of muscle, you may have heard of the mTOR pathway. Well, mTORC1 includes not only mTOR, but also several additional processes that stimulate muscle protein synthesis.
The mTORC1 pathway controls the anabolic and catabolic signaling of skeletal muscle mass, regulating muscle growth and muscle breakdown. And research has shown that supplementing essential amino acids in conjunction with resistance training has an additive effect on stimulating muscle protein synthesis through this pathway compared to just resistance training.
The translation for you: Essential amino acids can help maximize the hard work we put in at the gym to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. If you're stimulating muscle protein synthesis you put yourself in a favorable position to gain muscle or at least not break down your existing muscle.
When Looking to Supplement With EAAs, Check For These Key Features:
All Nine Essential Amino Acids: While conditionally essential and nonessential amino acids play important roles in the body, studies have shown that ingestion of nonessential amino acids is not necessary to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. So, supplement for your goals, and let your diet handle the rest! Essential amino acids are primarily responsible for the amino acid-induced muscle protein anabolism. Just make sure the essential amino acids are prioritized in your EAA supplement over other types of amino acids, especially over those which aren't involved in protein synthesis on the list above.
From Fermented and Vegan-Friendly Sources: Amino acids can be derived from numerous sources usually through three ways: hydrolyzation, chemical synthesis, and fermentation. One of the primary reasons for opting for amino acids that are from fermented and vegan-friendly sources is that amino acids can be derived from, shall we say, less than desirable sources such as pig fur and duck feathers. In addition, non-fermented amino acids come with other potential disadvantages such as a higher risk of containing heavy metal byproducts.
Little or No Artificial Colors: Artificial colors in food are a controversial topic because of their proposed links to undesirable effects. Yes, it's hard to cut these out entirely given how omnipresent they are these days, but considering these dyes offer no known nutritional value, it makes sense to skip them if you see them.
How to Use EAAs Around Training to Stimulate Muscle Protein Synthesis
Most of the research data shows that you only need around 6 grams of EAAs around training to promote muscle protein synthesis. But on the flipside, a reduction in amino acid availability below base levels can inhibit muscle protein synthesis. So prioritizing these aminos, both in the foods you eat and the supplement you take, is a no-brainer.
Most high-quality pre-workout and intra-workout formulas will already contain BCAAs, leaving EAAs as the perfect post-workout supplement, especially for those who don't consume dairy-based protein products. Alternatively, you can use EAAs when creating your own pre- and intra-workout mixes.
If you're in a phase where you're cutting carbs, calories, or both in the name of losing fat, getting adequate dietary protein and amino acids is even more important.
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