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|Dietary supplement. Low fat. Great taste. Nitrogen rich. Mixes instantly, no blender required. Think your protein drink is giving you all the muscle you can get? Think again. Pure Whey Fusion gives you stronger workouts and superior recovery. This means: better stamina (lower perceived exertion) throughout your training session. Faster increases in strength. Faster growth as a result of harder workouts and improved nutrient intake. Carbs and Protein Together Unlock Your Growth Potential. Most athletes know by now that the way to recover is to take protein before and after training. Research into nutrient timing has shown that you recover up to six times faster as a result. But new research shows that if you aren't getting carbohydrate with your protein during training you may be working your tail off for nothing! If you have stopped growing and don't know why, this may be your problem. If you have stopped getting stronger this may be the answer. If your stamina has been so-so, this may kick your workouts back into high gear. But Don't Carbs Make You Fat? Not when you take carbs during HIS! HIS means: High Insulin Sensitivity, a condition that occurs after twenty minutes of intense training and lasts up to a half-hour after training. During this time, carbs are driven straight into muscle to supercharge your workouts and create stored glycogen for tomorrow's torture session. Stronger workouts mean more muscle stimulation and that's how muscles start growing again. Do I Still Need Regular Protein? You may take pure protein at all other times of the day if you are trying to minimize carbohydrate intake, but during and immediately after training, use Pure Whey Fusion to maximize your gains. Pure Whey Fusion contains no creatine, table sugar, or added fat, just the highest grade of American-made protein and natural complex carbohydrates from maize. Excellent BCAA to EAA ratio. Total of BCAA (21.9 g)/Total of EAA (43.7 g) = 50.1%.|