Protein Clinic helps you build and protect your hard-earned muscle.
So you can get more from your body, and more from life.
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Even committed gym junkies lose 3% to 5% of their muscle mass each decade after turning 30. This adds up to an estimated 30% of muscle loss over a lifetime.44
This is a problem. And not just because you lose your sleeve-filling biceps and the ability to hoist heavy objects off the ground. But also because muscle loss with age shortens life expectancy.
A study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise showed that “low muscle (mass and strength) was independently associated with elevated risk of all-cause mortality” among participants 50 years or older.46
Loss of muscle is one of the primary drivers of the aging process itself. Less muscle means lower strength levels, lower energy, and impaired recovery from exercise. It also leads to more frequent injuries and reduced physical function.
In short, we should be doing everything we can from a nutritional standpoint to maximize muscle building, maintenance, and cellular health.
The conventional view was that the primary driver of muscle loss with age is a reduction in muscle proteins built from amino acids. These amino acids come from protein that we eat and are also formed when we exercise.
But this is only part of the story.
More recent studies prove that your ability to build and maintain muscle is largely dependent on the rate of muscle protein breakdown and muscle protein turnover.45
By focusing only on protein synthesis, you are missing out on two-thirds of your muscle-building potential.
This is where Protein Clinic shines.
It pulls all three levers in this muscle-building equation, giving you an unfair advantage in the quest for muscle mass and strength.
Though muscle cell metabolism is complex, the equation for muscle building is not. It boils down to this:
Protein Synthesis (MPS) – Protein Breakdown (MPB) = Muscle Gain (or Loss)
If synthesis outpaces breakdown, muscles grow larger (muscle hypertrophy).
If breakdown outpaces synthesis, muscle atrophy occurs.
While there are dozens of factors at play, there are three main variables in this equation.
This is precisely what Protein Clinic was designed to optimize.
Several peer-reviewed studies show that the patented ingredients in Protein Clinic:
When you maximize the natural muscle building potential of each of these three levers, you get a synergistic response that allows for rapid muscle recovery, repair, and growth.
Instead of hitting plateaus, or worse—losing muscle over time—you can slowly and consistently build new muscle.
As the weeks and months add up, this can result in significant increases in muscle size, strength, and overall health.
Including myHMB®, Fortetropin®, and BodyBalance® Collagen Peptides.
Give your body the fuel it needs to adapt and thrive with plant-based protein, collagen, amino acids, and more.
Protein Clinic supports:
Just drink one shake per day to support muscle growth, optimized recovery, stronger joints, and a fortified body that can take on anything.
To make your shake, simply mix two scoops with water or your beverage of choice (for a decadent treat, blend it with 8-10 ounces almond milk and a few ice cubes).
Here are four ways to utilize Protein Clinic:
Protein Clinic is the perfect lean, post-workout shake. With 33 grams of protein for muscle repair and collagen for joint support, your whole body will thank you.
(2) Meal Replacement
Protein Clinic is a lean muscle-builder, with only 180 calories and 4 grams of carbohydrates per serving. But it's also satisfying and filling, making it the perfect on-the-go meal.
(3) Lean Protein Supplement
Looking to pack on muscle mass? Add one serving of Protein Clinic to your daily nutrition routine for added muscle growth support (without the junk calories and bloat).
(4) Post-Surgery or Injury
Maintaining muscle mass during sedentary periods, like after surgery or an injury, is a challenge. Protein Clinic contains clinically proven ingredients that help maintain muscle mass when your activity levels are low.
You can find these clinically-researched ingredients, like Fortetropin® Egg Yolk Extract, in the locker rooms of top NBA, MLB, and NCAA (collegiate) teams.
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Q: What flavors does Protein Clinic come in?
Currently, Protein Clinic only comes in our flagship flavor, Creamy Chocolate Fudge. This flavor profile tastes great when mixed with only water or almond milk. We will be adding new flavors in the future.
Q: What are the ingredients in Protein Clinic?
Q: How do I use Protein Clinic?
Mix two scoops into 10-12 ounces of water or milk once daily. For best results, use at least five days per week.
For post-workout nutrition, take one serving within 45 minutes of finishing exercise session. On non-training days, consume one serving early in the day (either prior to breakfast or between meals).
Q: How long do I have to take Protein Clinic to see results?
Building muscle is a slow process. This is why we recommend using Protein Clinic consistently for at least six weeks. However, you may notice changes in how fast you recover from exercise, your soreness levels, and overall muscular performance in the first few weeks of using Protein Clinic.
Q: What about eggs, cholesterol, and heart health?
Eggs are back. Actually, we’ve been safely eating eggs since the dawn of humankind. But recent studies have overturned myths about eggs being bad for heart health.
A study published in 2018 in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that participants who ate up to 12 eggs per week had no adverse effects on their cholesterol or triglycerides levels. Other follow up studies have substantiated this finding.
Researchers concluded that eggs can and should be part of a heart-healthy diet. Besides, even if you take one serving of Protein Clinic every day, you’ll only consume the equivalent of 2.5 eggs per week.
So, enjoy Protein Clinic guilt-free. And, feel free to add more eggs to your diet! Eggs are rich in amino acids, choline, and B-vitamins.21
Q: How much protein do I need to gain muscle?
As a simple rule, aim for 0.8 to 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight spread over 3-4 meals to optimize muscle growth. Consume at least 50% of your intake from whole foods. For a 150 pound person, this equals 120 to 150 grams per day.
If you have a high level of body fat, you may want to re-calculate your protein needs based on lean body mass.
More details on protein and muscle gain: Research shows that 1.2-1.7 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day, or 0.5 to 0.8 grams per pound of body weight, is the likely minimal amount of protein necessary for optimal muscle growth. Other studies show that more protein may be beneficial for some people.
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