IN.POWER IS THE ONLY WHEY PROTEIN THAT IS:
- USDA organic certified
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Grass-fed year round
- Soy, corn and gluten free
- Non–denatured by using low temperature, acid and bleach free processing
- American Humane Association certified
- Kosher certified
- Hormone (rBST & rBGH) free
- And RICH FOOD certified
… And great taste was just as important to us as great quality!
Our IN.POWER Organic Whey Protein consists of just one ingredient -100% pure USDA organic whey from true, year round, grass-fed Jersey cows. We searched the world for the purest, best tasting, most biologically active protein concentrate and we found it being produced by a group of organic dairy farmers right here in the USA. IN.POWER is a creamy, delicious, un-denatured protein made from natural raw, organic liquid whey, which is then cold-processed utilizing an acid and bleach free, short duration, low temperature drying process in accordance with FDA regulations. And while it takes over 75 pounds of organic liquid whey to make just one 12-ounce bag of IN.POWER organic whey protein—the final product is pure perfection. Each serving of IN.POWER contains 21grams of protein, 4.9 gm of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), and 150 mg of glutathione, and is rich in CLA, omega 3, and naturally occurring immune boosting, health-enhancing factors not found in pure protein isolates such as immunoglobins, lactoferrin and serum albumin. IN.POWER is GMO, soy, gluten, hormone (rBGH, rBST), casein and sugar free.
STOP SKIPPING BREAKFAST!
STARTING YOUR DAY WITH IN.POWER SETS YOU UP TO SUCCEED
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and recent studies have now solidified that motto. Research shows that by skipping breakfast you actually stall weight loss. New research out of Tel Aviv University in Israel found that women who ate breakfast lost an incredible 240 percent more weight and twice as many inches from their belly as those who skipped a morning meal.(5)
Additionally, scientists from the University of Missouri, breakfast-skippers tend to weigh more and have other unhealthy habits. But, you may be surprised that it wasn’t the act of eating breakfast alone that determined the benefit, but what participants ate for breakfast that ultimately proved to be the most important factor. Only individuals who ate high protein breakfasts reported more satiety and less overeating throughout the day. The study, which used magnetic imaging of the brain, concluded that a protein-rich breakfast reduces brain signals that control food desires/cravings, even several hours after breakfast. According to research, individuals who start the day with a protein-rich breakfast consume 200 fewer calories a day than those who chow down on a carb-heavy breakfast like cereal or bagels.(6)
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