Amino Z Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) is a high-quality whey product packed with a minimum of 26g of protein per serve. It contains no fillers, artificial sweeteners, or colours to ensure that you're getting exactly what you've paid for. Amino Z WPI combines a premium quality product with low cost. You aren't paying for expensive marketing, flashy branding or labels. You're paying for a high-quality Australian made product from a brand you can trust.
• Large selection of flavours
• 26g+ protein per serve
• Naturally sweetened
This week we have released our newest flavour: Pandan & Coconut Gelato!
It's like a tropical vacation in a bowl. You get the sweet, light taste of pandan paired with the creamy of coconut. Together, they make a smooth, sweet and delicious shake that's perfect for a sunny day (or any day, for that matter).
If you're new to this whole "supplement thing" or are simply looking for an alternative option for your current protein powder, you might be confused by all of the options that are out there.
Here is a simple guide to our top 3 whey protein powders for 2021.
#1 Amino Z Whey Protein Isolate
Amino Z Whey Protein Isolate gains the title for #1 because it delivers high-quality protein with minimal carbohydrates and fats. The formula/ingredient list is simple - less than 5 ingredients! Better yet, it's one of the best value whey protein isolate powders available on the market. It mixes well, tastes fantastic, and is available in 14 flavours and 4 sizes. The most popular flavour is nice and simple, chocolate!
#2 International Protein Amino Charged WPI
International Protein Amino Charged WPI is well known for its great macro breakdown. Each serving yields 88.25% protein, 0.75% fat and 3.5% carbohydrates. It's also worth noting that the protein component consists of both whey isolate and hydrolysed whey isolate. International Protein also added digestive enzymes to ensure that your body can uptake every gram of protein. It comes in 7 great flavours amongst 3 sizes. The most popular flavour is Vanilla Ice Cream.
#3 Dymatize Iso-100
Iso-100 is known for its quality and taste. Iso-100 is primarily made up of hydrolysed whey protein isolate, followed by whey protein isolate, which means that it is very low in carbohydrates and fats and fast and easy to digest. It comes in 12 delicious and unique flavours across 2 sizes. The most popular flavour is Gourmet Chocolate.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized on January 25, 2022 by chiara.
The COVID-19 pandemic has the world on high alert. And rightfully so. Compared to the typical influenza virus (better known as the seasonal flu virus), SARS-COV-2 (the other name for COVID-19), is much more contagious and difficult to deal with.
The best way to fight this pandemic? Prevention. This relies heavily on hand washing, social distancing and just staying home. But this isn’t practical 100% of the time, as essential supplies get run down, and if you’re an essential worker, you are in the highest risk bracket of contracting the illness.
Which leads to the other essential way to prevent contracting the virus; face masks. You have undoubtedly heard as of recently that the World Health Organisation (WHO) and many of the world’s leading regulatory health agencies have changed their tune from “face masks not being beneficial”, to the fact that emerging evidence is proving that they could help reduce infection rates.
But are all masks created the same? They are advocating for home-made cloth masks, but does it match up to the gold standard medical grade masks? Let’s check them out now.
N95/KN95/P2 Face Masks
For years limited to medical professionals and those in some industrial careers, N95 masks, also known by the equivalent names KN95 or P2, are the most highly in demand based on the fact that their filtration capacity is superior to all others on the market.
These masks are capable of filtering 95% of particles sized 0.3 microns (sometimes from 0.1 microns, depending on manufacturer specifics), which includes the majority of dust, bacteria and even viruses. N95/ KN95 masks are useful against both droplet and airborne particles, making them amongst the best protection you can buy.
The majority of these “homemade” face masks comprise of cotton, which is a porous fabric that DOES NOT do a good job of stopping airborne or droplet particles. This means that if someone in the vicinity sneezes, you virtually have only a very miniscule contact risk.
Does this mean that they are useless? Not fully. They can be helpful in acting as a barrier preventing you from unwittingly touching your face and mouth with dirty hands, and can be considered better than nothing at all, but are overall not good at preventing you from contracting COVID-19.
The main reason that the major regulatory bodies have been advocating the use of cloth masks, and discouraging the use of KN95/N95 masks is based on availability. Medical professionals at the forefront of the pandemic need these masks the most, but it is also irresponsible for you to not use them yourself if they are available to you.
The fact that COVID-19 is mostly unpredictable and highly contagious should point out that it is critical you prevent this infection from spreading. One of the best ways to do this? Use your KN95 mask and wash your hands like a maniac.
You can view an infographic provided by the CDC here
This entry was posted in Uncategorized on April 10, 2020 by Jay Bonaretti.