Bariatric Advantage Whey

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21 servings
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Proteins are the building blocks of our bodies. Proteins are needed to build up cells and tissues and to  help maintain muscle mass. It is recommended to take minimally 60 grams of protein every day via food. Bariat... Read more
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Proteins are the building blocks of our bodies. Proteins are needed to build up cells and tissues and to  help maintain muscle mass. It is recommended to take minimally 60 grams of protein every day via food. Bariatric Advantage whey is a calorie poor powder based on ultra-pure whey protein isolate (20 grams of proteins per serving). Bariatric Advantage whey may help, as a supplementation to your normal diet, to reach the daily need of proteins.

Gluten free

Use: 1 serving per day

Blend 1 serving  (= 2 scoops) into 200 ml of water or blend through the meal of your choice.

Ingredients Per portion
kcal 84,1 kcal
kJ 353 kJ
Fats 0,21 g
Saturated fatty acids 0,07 g
Carbohydrates 0,57 g
Sugar 0,21 g
Proteins 20 g
Salt 0 mg
L-alanine 940 mg
L-aspartic acid 2280 mg
L-arginine 420 mg
L-cysteïne 520 mg
L-ferrylalanine 600 mg
L-glutamic acid 3500 mg
L-glycine 360 mg
L-histidine 340 mg
L-isoleucine 1360 mg
L-leucine 2140 mg
L-lysine 2080 mg
L-methionine 460 mg
L-proline 1180 mg
L-serine 880 mg
L-threonine 1400 mg
L-tryptophan 420 mg
L-tyrosine 600 mg
L-valine 1080 mg

Can Bariatric Advantage® Whey be mixed with water or food? With both cold and warm food?

Yes. However, make sure the food is not too warm (cold or lukewarm dishes up to 30°C are recommended) so as not to denature the proteins.
 

Why do I need to eat at least 60 g  of proteins a day?

Proteins are the building blocks of our bodies. Proteins are necessary to maintain muscle mass and to promote recovery after surgery. They also help ensure that weight loss is only at the expense of fatty tissue. Major sources of proteins are meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, etc. Ask your doctor for advice.
 

What is the origin of the whey proteins in Bariatric Advantage® Whey and Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal? If they are of animal origin, can they also cause allergies?

Whey proteins are present in cow's milk and may therefore cause allergies. Bariatric Advantage® Whey and NutriTotal are therefore only gluten-free.