Sunday, March 2, 2014

Nutrilite All Plant Protein Powder

Life as a mom is very demanding and most of the time I need to balance everything.The first thing that I look for when I wake up in the morning is to prepare a delicious drink for my family. Kids love milk while my husband likes a cup of coffee. 

Global direct selling company leader Amway Philippines (APHL) introduced Nutrilite All Plant Protein Powder (APP) during a media launch held last June 6, 2013 at the Inter Continental Hotel, Makati City.  The Nutrilite All Plant Protein Powder is naturally sourced, vegetarian friendly, lactose free, low in fat and cholesterol free, suitable for adults who wants to maintain a healthy body, those who wants to build and maintain muscle mass and those who are in diet. Just mix it with your favorite beverages or used it with a meal or snack to supply a high quality source of protein in diet consume 1-4 times a day.

Because our body does not store excess protein, a daily intake of Nutrilite All Plant Protein Powder (APP) is necessary to meet a growing body needs. Athletes and very active people need protein. APP retains the best of the original diet – it still emphasizes on combining foods limited in lysine and methionine which increases protein quality.

Nutrilite’s expert speaker Dr. Micheline Vargas explained that  a high quality protein keeps one strong and energetic. While protein quantity in the diet may be sufficient, protein quality is often lacking. High quality protein provides the necessary amino acids to help maintain muscle mass. Only APP helps you meet this requirement. Dr. Vargas is the owner and President of Lifestyle Therapy Resource Inc., a health and wellness consulting company.

APP Contraindications...

The product is not for infants. People who are allergic to soy wheat or peas should not consume the product. Women with personal or family history of breast cancer should consult doctor prior to supplementary of soy protein. Therapeutic guidelines for people with kidney problems typically include a protein restriction. People with gout should consult doctor first.