Health Research News Publishes Latest Product review of Myotein, a Body Building Supplement, Recommending the Highly Sought After Nutraceutical

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Myotein Review

Myotein Review

The mechanism of this type of protein is that it suppresses a person’s appetite, thus eliminating the risk of gaining more weight than they’re supposed to.

Ft. Worth, TX (PRWEB) October 08, 2012

Health Research News, one of the web’s leading sites dedicated to providing health product news, reviews and information for consumers, announced today the publication of its latest review in which it provides detailed information for the highly sought after supplement Myotein. Health Research News offers its conditional support for the supplement.

Myotein is a specially formulated body building supplement that contains six different types of protein and other muscle-building ingredients. According to Health Research News, Myotein promises users a balance between weight loss and muscle building, thus eliminating the risk of other muscles falling in growth. The proteins Myotein contains are time released to target various parts of the body.

XPI, the manufacturer of this Myotein, promises that the supplement works for nearly any body type and delivers positive results as long as it is taken regularly and complimented with diet and exercise.

According to Health Research News, “Myotein contains whey protein hydrolysate, the purest form of muscle-building nutrient, which can be easily absorbed by the body allowing users of Myotein to take their daily dose as close as 10 minutes before or after working out. As such, it gives their bodies the energy they need to be able to build their muscles and calories.”

Aside from whey protein hydrolysate, Myotein also contains whey protein concentrate, which is very important to losing fat stored in the body.

“The mechanism of this type of protein is that it suppresses a person’s appetite, thus eliminating the risk of gaining more weight than they’re supposed to,” states Health Research News. “Also, it helps burn large amounts of calories that give users more energy to workout without affecting their existing build.”

Casein is also found in this supplement and aids in muscle retention, along with L-Glutamine, which facilitates quick healing of the muscles to significantly cut the amount of time that body builders need to rest.

Finally, Myotein also contains colostrums, providing the body with the antibodies and nutrients it needs to be able to prevent downtime in the immune system caused by over training. This makes Myotein very ideal for health buffs that are looking for a protein supplement that allow them to build their muscles effectively in a short span of time.

“We looked at other protein supplements in the market and it wasn’t hard for us to distinguish Myotein as one of the most potent types because it contains 52 percent protein, double the amount that other brands offer,” states Health Research News. “This guarantees that users get the amount of protein they need to be able to build their muscles effectively in such a short amount of time.”

In addition to these benefits, Myotein is flavored milk chocolate, and it’s simple to use: Just mix with water. It can also be mixed with milk and juice. And, Myotein’s money-back guarantee protects consumers, meaning that if for any reason it doesn’t satisfy, a no-questions-asked refund is available.

According to Health Research News, Myotein does have a few disadvantages. Myotein is not recommended for those with a milk allergy, as most of its ingredients are derived from it. And high levels of protein have been known to cause breakouts of the skin. Plus, the amount of cholesterol and sodium found in each serving may be a problem to some people. Each serving, which is composed of two scoops, contains 9 percent cholesterol and 5 percent sodium.

Each bottle of Myotein is priced at $59.95 and lasts about a month if taken once daily. According to Health Research News, “Myotein is a bit expensive when compared to other protein supplements on the market; however, the fact that it contains very high amounts of protein makes it worth its price. Overall, we give Myotein five out of 10 stars.

“We recommend that body builders give Myotein a try if they are looking for a protein supplement that can deliver positive results in a short amount of time terms of muscle growth. However, you would have to make sure that you complement your intake of this protein supplement with the right amount of exercise and diet.”

For more information about Health Research News or Myotein, visit http://www.healthresearchnews.com/myotein-review/.

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