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Klean Isolate ™ - 15.73 Ounces Default Category Douglas Labs
Klean Isolate ™ - 15.73 Ounces Default Category Douglas Labs

    Klean Isolate ™ - 15.73 Ounces



    Douglas Laboratories Klean Isolate

    Klean Isolate™ contains no flavoring, sweeteners or other artificial ingredients and can easily be added to any beverage to enhance daily protein and amino acid intake. Just clean whey protein isolate.


    Each serving contains:

    Calories   -  85
    Total Carbohydrates   -  1 g
    Sugars   -  1 g
    Protein   -  20 g
    Calcium (from whey)   -   20 mg
    Sodium (from whey)   -   30 mg
    Potassium (from whey)  -   125 mg
    Typical Amino Acid Profile:
    L-Alanine   -   940 mg
    L-Arginine   -   415 mg
    L-Asparagine   -   2,115 mg
    L-Cystine   -   480 mg
    L-Glutamine   -   2,920 mg
    L-Glycine   -   325 mg
    L-Histidine   -   395 mg
    L-Isoleucine   -   1,240 mg
    L-Leucine   -   2,075 mg
    L-Lysine   -   1,720 mg
    L-Arginine  -    415 mg
    L-Methionine   -   405 mg
    L-Phenylalanine   -   595 mg
    L-Proline   -    1,325 mg
    L-Serine   -   935 mg
    L-Threonine    -  1,360 mg
    L-Tryptophan   -   325 mg
    L-Tyrosine   -    585 mg
    L-Valine   -  1,125 mg

    Other ingredients: Whey protein isolate (from milk), sunflower lecithin.

    Suggested Use

    Adults take one scoop daily mixed with 10 to 12 ounces of water or other beverage or as directed.

    More Info.

    The dietary protein provided by Klean Isolate™ supplies essential amino acids, including branched chain amino acids that participate in many of the body’s metabolic and physiologic systems. Protein turnover in the body is continuous and can be substantial, and the rebuilding of skeletal muscle that is broken down during exercise is critically important to athletes. The dynamics of this constant degradation and re-synthesis demand a daily supply of dietary protein and their constituent amino acids. Essential or indispensable dietary amino acids must be supplied by the diet as they are not synthesized by the body.

    Recent analyses of the dietary protein needs of people suggest that age and activity level may influence protein requirement for optimum health. Some scientists have also suggested that increased protein synthesis follows prolonged exercise. Athletes competing in body building or endurance sports may require significantly more total protein from food and supplements combined, typically in ranges of 1.0-1.5 g protein/kg of body weight or greater depending on individual body requirements 

    Whey Protein isolate also contains naturally occurring electrolytes - sodium and potassium to help replenish hydration lost during activity.