100% New Zealand grass-fed whey protein isolate.
designed to allow you to perform longer and recover more quickly
Strengthens immune system
Low Carb Keto Friendly
Easily digested, no bloating
naturally raised grass-fed
Our protein is sourced from naturally raised grass-fed cows that naturally graze on the countryside of New Zealand, one of the strictest countries in the world when it comes to dairy quality. Meaning no hormones, antibiotics or pesticides that can be passed on to you.
Our unique small batch protein formula contains only whey protein isolate and is not blended with lesser quality whey. Whey isolate means our whey is “isolated” through micro filtration to almost totally pure protein at 25g of protein and over 6g of BCAA’s per serving. This also means almost no lactose, carbs and fats (Peanut Butter contains 23g of Protein, 2g fat and 2g carbs). Low carb makes Grow perfect for anyone following the keto diet.
AMINO ACID PROFILE
Mg per 30g serving
*Essential Amino Acids /BCAA’s
Grow is naturally sweetened and flavored making it truly the cleanest protein available.
grass-fed, pasture raised cows in New Zealand
100% whey protein isolate
Cold pressed, non ion-exchange filtering
No artificial sweetners, flavors or coloring
Soy and Gluten free
Processed acid and bleach free
Amazing rich flavor with no aftertaste
Raw whey is rich in protein substances, called native micro fractions. These include; alpha lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, glycomacropeptide, immunoglobulins, serum albumin, lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase.
Our micro filtration process helps preserve these important biological nutrients while removing unwanted fats and carbohydrates (such as lactose).
Muscle growth and repair
Strengthens and boosts the immune system
Low Carb KETO Friendly
Easily digestible, no bloat
WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM USING GROW?
- Increased muscle repair and recovery
- No bloated feel
- Great flavor with no after taste
- Instant mixing with no clumping
HOW MANY SERVINGS IS GROW?
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN YOUR PROTEIN AND OTHERS?
We have a couple blog posts that may help answer that:
The Ultimate Whey Protein Guide
Whey Protein vs Beef Protein Powder