whey protein is not just for muscle-heads and fitness buffs. It is an essential item for anyone interested in weight loss, tight muscles, improved metabolism, increased energy, better nutritional balance, and overall health.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
Today, Henry Rearden of OverallHealth.org is focused on the BioTrust Low Carb whey protein blend. Himself an avid user, Rearden emphasizes the primary qualities to look for in a worthy whey product, and what BioTrust has done to accomplish this standard.
For the record, BioTrust Nutrition emphasizes the qualities of honesty, integrity, and trust. It is this approach they claim to use as a guiding platform in creation of their array of weight loss, whey protein, and other health-related supplement products.
Just in case the casual weight loss tire-kicker might tend to overlook the importance of whey protein in their nutritional arsenal, Henry has this to say: "Do not even consider the notion of burning fat and losing weight without entering a whey protein supplement into your daily intake. It is an absolute necessity! I don't care if you 'accelerate' your weight loss with other pills and supplements or trendy 'diets' - fine, but by including whey protein in your lifestyle improvement goals, you are infinitely more likely to realize long-term success with your goals."
Having established this all-important theme, Rearden goes on to enumerate some of the qualities most relevant to quality whey protein: "timed-release, all-natural, low sugar content, low-temp processing, no hormones, proper, quality protein blend, great taste, honesty in labeling."
Summarily, asserts Rearden, whey protein is not just for muscle-heads and fitness buffs. It is an essential item for anyone interested in weight loss, tight muscles, improved metabolism, increased energy, better nutritional balance, and overall health.
OverallHealth.org is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy - new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see!