Watch this space, Clear Whey Isolate is coming on the 22nd July — and it’s set to be the star of summer training.
With only 6,000 tubs being released of this limited edition innovation, there’s no time to hang about!
We’ve torn up the rule book and changed the game when it comes to how protein shakes are done around here. Whey just got a seasonal makeover to transform it into one seriously refreshing drink.
Our Clear Whey Isolate is a limited edition low-sugar shake that delivers an impressive 20g of protein per serving — and comes in five fruity flavours including, Bitter Lemon, Mojito, Orange & Mango, Peach Tea, and Rainbow Candy.
Warmer weather workouts are here, which means this is the perfect time to try switching out your classic, creamy shakes for this innovative alternative — every bit as smooth-mixing and packed with protein, just with a burst of tangy flavour.
We spoke to Gareth Gray, Head of New Product Development, about this exciting new launch.
“Clear Whey is an excellent example of innovation, enabling us to provide a whey protein that delivers a clean, refreshing taste — breaking away from the protein milkshake stereotype. It’s the first of its kind, and something we’re really excited to offer to our customers.”
Simply mix up a scoop with water, shake and leave to settle for 15 seconds, then enjoy. If you’re feeling really extra, you could even serve poured over ice… if that isn’t a great poolside beverage, we don’t know what is.
Why do I need protein?
So you’re sold on the tantalising taste of Clear Whey Isolate, but not quite sure why you need a protein shake. Don’t worry, we’re here to clear things up for you…
Before we even get into the fitness side of things, protein is a vital part of your daily diet as it helps to keep things working the way they should. It’s involved in the production of hormones and enzymes, and is a component of every cell in the body — it’s a building block of muscle, cartilage, hair, skin, and nails.
That’s why a protein shake can be such an important addition to your training routine — as it helps to grow and maintain muscle,1 supporting all the effort you put into your workouts.
Nutritionist Jennifer Blow says, “Protein is a vital macronutrient in the diet. The average requirement for a sedentary adult would be around 45-55g per day, but for those looking to muscle-up this could be up to 130g of protein per day, for the average 70kg individual.”
Want the full scoop on the benefits of protein shakes?
Stay tuned for the launch on the 22nd July to make sure you get yours!
Our articles should be used for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you’re concerned, consult a health professional before taking dietary supplements or introducing any major changes to your diet.
- Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.