What is Double Bonded Protein?
Double Bonded Protein® offers both the versatility and flavor of any mass produced cow protein while tapping into the almost mystical attributes of goat milk. This powerful protein combines the best of both worlds in natural protein powders. A naturally occurring blend of both casein and whey proteins trigger incredible muscle building stimulation while simultaneously inhibiting factors that lead to muscle breakdown. Double Bonded Protein® comes as a delicious, ready-to-mix, creamy chocolate or vanilla shake. It’s also a perfect addition to smoothies, pancakes, waffles, muffins, and hot cereals.
Why a Goat Milk Protein?
There are countless reasons one should choose goat milk protein over traditionally used and mass produced cow milk protein powders. The magic of goat milk lies with its affect on our digestive system. Goat milk and goat milk proteins are absorbed by the human digestive system in a far superior way to that of cow protein. Double Bonded Protein® is an unrefined fusion of both casein (milk) protein and whey protein. The natural synergy between these two proteins is nothing short of miraculous!
Whey + Casein = Major Gains
Whey protein triggers the formation of new muscle and casein (milk) protein inhibits the destruction of previously created muscle. Consume just one of these proteins and you will be missing out on the crucial benefits of the other. This is why 100% whey protein isolates tend to disappoint. The ability of whey protein to trigger new muscle growth is second to none, but when natural “proteolysis” (the breakdown of previously created muscle) begins, whey isolate has no defense. Enter casein. Casein inhibits proteolysis and keeps the muscle that you have worked so hard for, right where it needs to be; on you! Double Bonded Protein® is just what you need to reach the next level of muscle gain. You can rest assured knowing that you are using the best protein on earth: Double Bonded Protein®.
Whole Protein vs. Whey Isolate
Cutting edge research is continuing to show that whole protein foods containing both casein protein and whey protein net muscle gain higher than those containing merely whey protein isolate. Net Protein Gain (the amount of protein actually deposited in your tissue) is the most important aspect of protein supplementation. There are two factors that determine Net Protein Gain. Consider this: whey protein isolate has gained much popularity as it does a wonderful job of promoting Protein Synthesis. However, Whey Protein does not suppress Proteolysis at all, and that is a significant problem affecting Net Protein Gain. Casein Protein stimulates Protein Synthesis to a lesser degree but does an excellent job of suppressing Proteolysis.
When whey protein is used exclusively, proteolysis will not be suppressed. If proteolysis is not suppressed then total muscle gain will be significantly reduced. If whey protein is used in conjunction with casein protein, proteolysis will be inhibited and protein synthesis (muscle building) will be increased. This means that total muscle (net protein) gain will be maximized using these proteins side-by-side. Double Bonded Protein is the answer.
Animal protein vs. Vegetable protein
Animal sources of protein such as Double Bonded Protein are the only source of complete protein available. This provides many advantages over vegetarian sources (such as soy) because they are typically low in one or more of the essential amino acids even though overall protein content is high.
What the Experts Say:
“What people seem to constantly forget is that net (protein) gains in muscle are the result of not just protein synthesis, but the inhibition of protein breakdown (proteolysis). Casein’s antiproteolytic effect (ability to suppress proteolysis) is more profound than whey or leucine’s protein-synthetic effect.” – Alan Aragon, B.S., M.S.
Double Bonded Protein® Amino Acid Profile