Alpha Omega Defined:
Good Source of Proteins
Calcium Caseinate – has the ability to be digested slowly to support the release of amino acids for long periods of time.
Whey Protein Isolate – as a source of amino acids to help support the release of insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), improve overall endocrine hormone response and gastrointestinal health, intracellular and anti-aging antioxidants, immunity, and increase muscle growth rates.
Whey Peptides – are powerful isolates of amino acids derived from whole whey protein molecules.
Lactoferrin – present in the milk of humans and animals, is one of the transferrin proteins that transfer iron to the cells providing energy and help support immunity.
Glutamine – an amino acid useful in muscle growth, increased energy and treatment of injury, trauma, burns, and treatment-related side-effects of cancer as well as in wound healing for postoperative patients.
Healthy Fats & Carbohydrates
Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) – are considered a good biologically inert source of energy that the human body finds relatively easy to metabolize. Beneficial for helping food absorption and intestinal disorders and digestion problems.
Amylopectin (Waxy Maize Starch) – is a long-chain, complex, super-high molecular weight, sugar-free carbohydrate for glycogen replenishment without all of the bloat, discomfort and fat gain associated with other forms of carbs.
Maltodextrin – is a low caloric carbohydrate that is more easily digested than some other forms of carbohydrates, which can be especially important for helping to control blood sugar levels.
Excellent Source of Fiber
Fibersol 2®, a registered trademark of the Archer Daniels Midland Company, is a concentrated form of soluble dietary fiber derived from nature that has the potential to reduce peak blood glucose and insulin levels and may help retain healthy serum triglyceride levels.