Animal Whey Universal Nutrition
Universal Nutrition recently released its newest muscle-building aid Animal Whey. As the name implies, Animal Whey is formulated with a blend of whey protein for a total of 25 g protein per serving and also includes additional key ingredients to facilitate the digestive process to optimize results.
SUPERIOR WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE
- SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED GAINS
- HIGH-QUALITY, CONCENTRATE ISOLATE
- LOW-CARB FORMULA
- EASILY DIGESTIBLE
Universal Nutrition Animal Whey features a proprietary blend of whey protein isolate and ultra-filtrated whey protein concentrate. Both of these whey forms have undergone a filtration process to reduce lactose and a lot of the carb and fat content.
However, whey isolate is defined as being more than 90% protein and whey concentrate is anywhere from 35-80% protein by weight. 
Animal Whey also features an Animal Whey Digestive Enzyme Blend made up of the ingredients papain and bromelain. These two enzymes are studied for their ability to facilitate the break downs of proteins and reduce pain and swelling. 
This enzyme blend makes the digestive process easier on your stomach, which is big plus for body-builders who are constantly packing down protein and sufficient nutrients throughout the day to maximize their workout results.
Additionally, there are only 4 g carbohydrates and 1 g of total fat in Universal Nutrition Animal Whey, which makes this protein supplement worth considering for those trying to maintain or even cut weight while lifting.
How Should You Use Animal Whey?
Animal Whey is a typical protein powder with an enzyme blend and low macros. Consequently, you should use Animal Whey like most other protein powders. The company recommends mixing 1-2 scoop with 4-6 ounces of skim milk, or a beverage of your choice immediately after workouts.
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