BiPro USA whey protein products are new to the Odom Health & Wellness lineup. We are excited to be offering another, high quality protein option to our community. BiPro products contain naturally sourced whey protein isolate, the hands down best protein supplement source (see references below), along with all natural ingredients including, stevia as the only sweetener.
The chocolate, vanilla and strawberry whey protein powders complement our vegan pea protein products from Arbonne by providing a great tasting product to anyone that does not require a vegan product. Here it is at a glance:
BiPro USA all natural dairy products are manufactured by a state-of-the-art ion-exchange process, making it the gold standard of proteins. BiPro has the highest level of the branched chain amino acid Leucine, which research shows is the key component in muscle development and recovery.
• NSF Certified for Sport
• Excellent source of essential amino acids; rich with branched chain amino acids (BCAAs)
• 100% natural
• 20g of protein per 22g serving
• All natural ingredients and no fillers
• Chcolate, vanilla, strawberry or unflavored
• Mixes very easily
• Digests and absorbs quickly
• Gluten free, lactose free (<0.1g of lactose/serving), Kosher
Ask for a free sample of any of the flavors at the Minnetonka clinic. Contact 952.224.1919. or email@example.com for competitive pricing.
Check out www.biprousa.com for more information and athlete endorsements of the products.
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