Ozzona Nutracare Protein Shake Mix 750gm
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Ozzona Nutracare Protein Shake Mix is a blend of both isolate (Soya based) and concentrate (Whey Protein Concentrate) along with soy powder enriched with Oat fiber. This is unique combination of plant based and milk based protein which gives us all 9 essential amino acids as well as good taste. The proteins from plant source are generally beany in taste however whey with its creamy texture gives a smooth flavour. Hence we made blend of both soya and whey protein so that our valuable customer should get protein with good taste and flavour.
Ozzona Protein Shake mix is also enriched with Vitamins and minerals for making it complete nutrition drink.
Base of Ozzona Nutracare is Soya. Here are the
benefits of our soybean based protein.
Why is Soybean used as a base?
The soybean contains all three macronutrients — protein, fat and carbohydrates. According to the USDA Food Composition Database, for every 100g of raw soybean, there’s 36g of protein, 20g of fat and 30g of carbohydrate on average.
Soy is high in protein, Vitamin C, and folate. It’s also a good source of fibre, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and thiamine.
Soy protein is a plant-based protein. All proteins — both animal and plant-based — are made up of amino acids. Soy protein is one of the few proteins that is a complete protein. This means that it’s made up of all the 9 essential amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine, and histidine).
Soy is a good source of branched chain amino acids. Branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) are made up of leucine, isoleucine and valine. These amino acids play an important role in building muscle, recovering from heavy workouts, and improving exercise performance.
BENEFITS OF OZZONA NUTRACARE PROTEIN SHAKE MIX
1. A Complete Protein
Soy protein is one of the few
proteins that is a complete protein. This means that it’s made up of all the 9
essential amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine,
threonine, tryptophan, valine, and histidine). It's blending with whey makes it
2. Free of objectionable odour, flavour, colour, anti-nutritional factors and flatulence
Soybean contains anti-nutritional
factors which make our body deficient in some vital nutrients like trypsin
inhibitors, lectins, glycinin, oligosaccharides etc. These anti-nutritional
factors are suppressed thus side effects are eliminated.
3. Superior Quality Protein
The strong alkaline and acidic
conditions alters the functional properties of the protein, which adversely
affects its quality. A novel process to
produce protein isolate from soybean thus makes it minimally processed.
4. Muscle recovery enhanced with whey protein
Whey protein digests quickly, as compared to casein and for this reason one should drink whey protein after a workout, as it allows the body to absorb the nutrients quickly. Research studies have found that drinking whey protein leads to an increase in blood amino acids levels in an hour, with peak levels at just under 90 minutes. Moreover, whey protein is rich in branched-chain amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine.
As a pre-workout shake, whey protein skips liver-processing route and directly hits the bloodstream to be absorbed by muscles, where they are needed the most. Before a workout if you take protein shake muscle protein synthesis rate increases for three hours.
A significant role is played by
these amino acids in muscle recovery not only because they encourage protein synthesis but also in the
way they decrease the rate of protein
breakdown. Main effects of whey
protein stems from its rapid absorption rate, which shows in improved recovery post-training.
5. Helps in Weight Management
Consuming a protein-rich diet and taking supplements may help people feel fuller for longer. Feeling full tends to result in smaller portion sizes and less frequent snacking, which can help a person maintain a healthy weight or lose weight if necessary.
may also reduce blood pressure, total cholesterol, and other risk
factors for cardiovascular diseases.
6. Recovery after Exercise
It contributes to muscle growth and protein can help repair damaged muscles and tissues. As a result, athletes may use protein powder to speed up recovery from muscle soreness after exercise. Many studies report Trusted Source that taking protein supplements after exercise can aid recovery by reducing muscle damage and improving muscle performance and muscle protein synthesis.
Soy lecithin in protein powder helps in cholesterol reduction. Research on the effectiveness of this is limited. In one study it is observed that animals treated with soy lecithin experienced reductions in LDL (bad) cholesterol, without reducing HDL (good) cholesterol.
8. Protein Shake Mix Improves Immunity
Whey protein contains high amounts of amino acids needed for the production of glutathione, a potent antioxidant and it is closely linked to your immunity. The body manufactures glutathione to fight free radicals. In certain diseases, like cataracts, HIV, diabetes glutathione levels may fall below normal levels. Scientific studies go on to prove that whey protein improves the production of glutathione. Moreover, whey protein boosts the production of neutrophils. The researchers concluded that whey protein extract has immunomodulatory properties.