Body Science HydroxyBurn Lean 5 Low Carb protein is a slightly lower Carbohydrate formula than the original HydroxyBurn Lean 5 .
A premium protein blend scientifically formulated to support your training goals, your inner wellbeing and maintain healthy muscles. High in protein and low in carbohydrates, with vitamins and minerals
gut-friendly prebiotic and 5 plant based digestive enzymes, this lean protein is perfectly tailored towards your healthy, balanced lifestyle. HydroxyBurn Lean5 is designed to help promote your muscle growth, support your recovery, boost your metabolism and maximise your protein absorption.
It combines both fast and extended action proteins with DigeZyme, a nourishing digestive enzyme blend containing 5 multi-acting enzymes. Plus, it contains added vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, electrolytes, fibre and L-carnitine. This all-in-one protein blend has everything you need to support your active lifestyle, and nothing you don’t. It’s gluten free, GMO free, with no added sugar, no soy, no artificial flavours and no artificial sweeteners. Better still, it tastes amazing, naturally!
High Protein Blend – consisting of three superior fast acting whey proteins and two extended action casein proteins to provide an immediate and sustained protein source. This high protein blend supports muscle gains, recovery, satiety, helps boost your metabolism and provides all 20 essential and non-essential amino acids. [email protected] Prebiotic lnulin – a natural prebiotic of 100% vegetable origin intended to increase healthy bacteria in your gut. Giving your insides a boost can help you feel healthier and happier. [email protected] Digestive Enzyme Complex – a blend of the major digestive enzymes provided in a raw powder form. Digestive enzymes act as catalysts in speeding up specific chemical reactions in your body, primarily by helping to break down larger molecules into smaller particles that the body can better absorb. DigeZyme® contains amylase (to breakdown starch), protease (to break down protein), lipase (to break down fat), cellulase (to break down cellulose) and lactase (to breakdown lactose).