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ISO 100 Whey Protein Isolate Powder 5Lb (Dymatize)Sale in Pakistan

Price =14500-0 5lb

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About this item

  • One 80 ounce jar of chocolate flavored protein shake
  • 1 scoop provides 25 grams of ultra high-quality whey protein
  • An effective way to build and maintain lean muscle mass
  • Mixes instantly, no aspartame, low lactose
  • High in essential amino acids and rich in glutamine peptides

Product description

Dymatize ISO 100 derives its name from its protein source, 100 percent Whey Protein Isolate. Unless you are in the medical profession, you have probably never seen protein like this before. Whey Protein Isolate has been processed to the zenith of perfection, 100 percent hydrolyzed and instantized and taken through no less than 5 quality controlled steps. Both lactose and fat have been removed from ISO 100, leaving you with nothing but the most easily digested. We know that maximum protein utilization is essential to aiding muscle recovery and maintaining a positive nitrogen balance, which is critical during periods of intense training. There is no higher standard of protein than ISO100, so feel confident that you will be feeding your muscles to their fullest potential. Chocolate flavour.

Directions:

As a dietary supplement, add one heaping scoop to 12 ounces or 350 ml of water, juice or milk. Mix for 15 seconds or until completely dispersed. For maximum results, take 2-3 servings daily.

Bone Intensifier™ A Calcium Supplement for Bone Density supplements sale in pakistan

Price =2000-0

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Bone Intensifier

BONE INTENSIFIER ™

A Calcium Supplement for Bone Density

A Dietary Supplement

Calcium is a nutrient that is essential for strong bones and for supporting your body’s critical functions such as controlling your blood pressure and maintaining your heart beat. Ninety-nine percent of your body’s calcium is stored in your bones and teeth. This calcium makes up your bone bank. Throughout your lifetime, calcium is “deposited” in and “withdrawn” from your bone bank depending on your needs. When your dietary calcium intake is too low, your body will “withdraw” the calcium it needs from your bones. Over time, if more calcium is taken out of your bones than is put in, the result may be thin, weak bones that may break more easily.

Know your daily recommended calcium intake:
Age (years) Calcium (mg*/day)
1-3 500
4-8 800
9-18 1300
19-50 1000
51 or older 1200
*mg=milligram
Dietary Reference Intakes, National Academy of Sciences, 1997

The preferred way to get adequate calcium is through a healthy, well-balanced diet. The first step is to determine the amount of calcium you consume in your typical daily diet.

  • Most individuals can easily get at least half of the calcium they need from food. If your typical calcium intake is too low, first try to increase the calcium in your diet. There are many calcium-rich foods to help you meet your calcium needs through diet alone. If you are unable to modify your diet to get enough calcium on a daily basis, speak to your healthcare provider about taking a calcium supplement.
  • If you need a supplement, it is important to select one that contains the proper amount of calcium. Your daily recommended calcium intake minus the estimated daily calcium in your diet will determine how much calcium to take from a supplement.
  • Bone Intensifier™ also contains vitamin D and K 2-manaquinone. While the combination of vitamin D with calcium supplements is well documented for efficacy, not many know about K-2 menaquinone and its aid to bone health.
  • Vitamin K2 cleans calcium deposits from your arteries and deposits it in your bones, and you have most likely never heard of it?  The good news is Vitamin K2 has been clinically proven to provide extraordinary benefits for bone health and cardiovascular health, plus it is a powerful anti-oxidant and some emerging science indicates it might help your joints and intestinal health.

Also, several studies on Vitamin K2 specifically has been found to promote bone metabolism and reduce the incidence of fracture in osteoporosis.6-12 As compared to vitamin K1, vitamin K2 has been found to be more effective in decreasing bone turnover in vitro13-14 and in vivo,15 suggesting that it may offer more bone health benefits than K1.

  • When your calcium supplement is well absorbed, your body can easily use it. For best absorption, most calcium supplements should be taken with food. Calcium citrate is an exception; it can be taken with or without food.
  • It is best to spread out the calcium you consume from diet and/or supplements throughout the day. In fact, for best absorption, it is recommended to consume 500mg of calcium or less at one time.

Are there any special considerations?

  • If your medical professional recommends an iron supplement and you are also taking a calcium supplement, it is important that your body absorbs both nutrients. For the best absorption of both iron and calcium, it is recommended to take your calcium supplement 2 hours before or after your iron supplement. You should not take them at the same time.
  • Calcium interferes with the body’s ability to use certain antibiotics, tetracycline for example. If your doctor prescribes tetracycline, it is important for you to take it properly. Therefore, you should not take calcium supplements (or eat calcium-rich foods) at the same time as tetracycline. Your antibiotic will work best if you take your calcium supplement (or eat calcium-rich foods) 2 hours before or after taking tetracycline. It is always important to speak to your pharmacist about the proper way to take your medication.
  • Some people who take calcium supplements complain about constipation. The best way to prevent constipation is to eat more fiber in your diet from fruits, vegetables, and whole grain products as well as to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water each day. If these simple steps are not helpful enough, take a closer look at your diet to try to get more calcium from foods and less from supplements. Read the label for the amount of calcium in each dose. A lower dose calcium supplement may be better tolerated than a high dose supplement. In general, calcium carbonate has the highest amount of calcium per dose. Calcium citrate has less calcium per dose and calcium malate is one of the lowest dose options. However, Bone Intensifier™ consists of calcium from all three sources to balance the absorption of calcium.
  • High calcium intakes consumed on a regular basis may be harmful. It is important to get your daily recommended daily calcium and not to consume more than 2500 milligrams of calcium per day. The adverse effects of excessive calcium intake may include high blood calcium levels, kidney stone formation and kidney complications.

Serving and suggested use: 3 Tablets per day, delivering 1200 mg of calcium. Take 1 tablet three times per day preferably with a meal. Calcium absorption is better when taken with food.

Precaution: Do not exceed the suggested dosage. Discuss the supplements you take with your health care provider. Keep away from children.

 *The statements made on this information sheet have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Vitamum A Prenatal Formula for Pregnant And Nursing Womens supplements sale in pakistan

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Vitamum

VITAMUM

A Prenatal Formula for Pregnant

And Nursing Womens

A dietary Supplement

Markovit’s Vitamum – A pre and post pregnancy product completely manufactured and packed in the USA.

Vitamum is a popular and trusted prenatal supplement to safeguard the diet of those who are planning for pregnancy or are already pregnant, right through to the end of breast-feeding. A scientifically developed formulation of 24 important vitamins and minerals, Vitamum contains vitamin B12, and also includes folic acid at the levels suitable for

the development of the unborn baby. Other essential vitamins and minerals shown to help maintain a healthy pregnancy are also included. Vitamum has been carefully developed by experts so that all ingredient are within safe levels for pregnancy and are moderate rather than excessive

Folic Acid levels – 600 mcg

The Department of Health recommends women planning a baby should take a supplement containing at least 400mcg of folic acid from the start of trying to conceive until the 12th week of pregnancy. An effective dose of 600 mcg of folic acid is contained in Vitamum, but folic acid is also important after the first twelve weeks. As well as helping to maintain normal healthy development of the neural tube and nervous system, folic acid is required for foetal growth and is vital for cell division from a single cell to a fully developed baby.

Essential vitamins and minerals including key vitamins such as B12, Vitamin C, D and E

Many studies show the importance of ensuring the correct intake of various vitamins and minerals throughout the entire pregnancy and as part of an aftercare plan. Vitamum® provides a range of nutrients for overall support, all at sensible, carefully balanced levels. Some pregnancy multivitamins lack all the important basic minerals such as essential zinc and iron, however with Vitamum® you can be sure of the minerals you need to safeguard the diet, all at sensible, moderate levels.

Vitamum avoids high dose iron which is not recommended

Vitamin D in Pregnancy
The Department of Health recommends that all pregnant and breast-feeding women take a supplement containing at least 5 mcg vitamin D, which the exact amount is found in Vitamum

Unlike many prenatal iron supplements, Vitamum has been specifically formulated with an ideal, moderate level of iron that meets 100 % of the recommended daily value High levels of iron are not recommended unless there is a particular requirement as identified by your healthcare professional.

Before conception

Vitamum is recommended before conception to build up the stores of nutrients such as iron in women who are trying for a baby. Good nutrition is important to help prepare a woman’s body for the additional demands placed on it during pregnancy. Certain nutrients, like folic acid, vitamin B12 and zinc, are also of particular importance from the very first moment of conception, for neural tube development and cell division.

Vitamin E in Pregnancy
Vitamin E is an essential nutrient, important for helping maintain healthy skin, nerves, heart and circulation, muscles and red blood cells. Vitamum contains a recommended dietary daily intake of 30 IU.

For all of pregnancy

Good nutritional intake is vital throughout pregnancy, not just the first 12 weeks. Iron, B vitamins and folic acid are particularly important for blood formation later in pregnancy, when a mother must produce extra red blood cells for the baby’s new blood supply. Vitamum can be started at any point during pregnancy.

Ideal if breast-feeding

Optimum nutrition is valuable during breast-feeding, to assist the production of nutritious breast milk and to help replace a mother’s reserves of vitamins and minerals, which may be reduced. Zinc is important for milk production and vitamin K is important to help the baby maintain healthy levels of blood clotting proteins. Antioxidant vitamins in breast milk, such as vitamin E, may also be important for the baby’s immune system.

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