Physical XL Pro MRP Slow from Physical Sciences The letters MRP stand for ďMeal Replacement PowderĒ. When you think about it, most of your meals are digested relatively slowly. It is for this reason that Physical-Sciences has created Physical XL MRP Slow. A combination of slow-digesting proteins and carbohydrates designed to mimic the slow digestion and absorption of a whole food meal.
Whey protein concentrate is the most common form of whey protein used in protein powders. The downside to this abundant use is that many companies will use a much cheaper grade of whey concentrate that is mostly lactose and fat with a significantly lower level of protein, all to make a bigger profit on their end. Physical-Sciences uses only the highest grade whey protein concentrate in Physical XL MRP Slow. Whey concentrate is high in immune-boosting subfractions such as alpha lactoglobulins and lactoferrins.
Complete milk protein is another form of real milk. Having been isolated from skim milk, complete milk protein retains both the whey and casein portions of milk in their natural state, as well as in the same ratio. Complete milk protein is a natural, concentrated source of whey and milk, together with most of their naturally occurring minerals.
Calcium caseinate is a slow-digesting protein derived from skim milk, but without all the fat and lactose. This slow absorption rate provides your muscles with a steady supply of amino acids. Calcium caseinatesí slow digestion fits perfectly in with the other slow-digesting, milk-derived proteins contained in Physical XL MRP Slow.
Micellar casein is rarely used these days in protein powders because it is very costly to manufacture, and that reduces a companyís profits. While it may state micellar casein on the label, odds are that itís not in the container. At Physical Sciences, we will always choose quality before profit, so we have taken the care to put true micellar casein in Physical XL MRP Slow. Micellar casein is the only protein proven to be anti-catabolic and prevent muscle tissue breakdown. This leads to faster recovery and quicker muscle growth.
Quality carbohydrates are a necessity to supply energy as well as replenish glycogen levels. Thatís why Physical-Sciences uses glucose polymers derived from rice and grains as the carb source for Physical XL MRP Slow. With this low sugar and moderate carb content, that helps to ensure a rapid replenishment of glycogen stores and a steady supply of energy without fat gain.
Meal replacements should be just that; a replacement for a meal. With the slow-digesting proteins and quality carbohydrate sources used in Physical XL MRP Slow, your body will never know itís not getting a whole food meal. All it will recognize is the superior nutrients itís receiving, and you can bet that your body will use that to itsí advantage. Super Health Center is now the exclusive online provider of Physical Sciences!
MEAL REPLACEMENT All of our meal replacements can be used to replace any whole food meal, pre and postworkout meals, at any time in the day or evening. Use these meals with their complete carbohydrate, protein, with minimal fat (which can slow digestion and protein absorption) profiles to replace your meals when time constraints wonít allow you to prepare and eat whole food meals during the day and evening.
GRANULATED COMPLEX / SIMPLE CARBOHYDRATE BLEND (Glucose Polymers) An easily digestible
source of carbohydrate calories for use when additional calories are required. Mixes easily with regular foods and beverages to provide extra calories for persons with increased caloric needs or for those whose normal diet does not meet their needs. May be used indefinitely as an internal carbohydrate supplement. Not intended to be used as a sole-source nutritional product. Rapid absorption (peak glucose response in 30 minutes). Glucose and glucose polymers fed before and during exercise, significantly delay the onset of fatigue and increase performance. Hundreds of experiments and published independent studies show that this is the only real secret to
spectacular results. That intensity can be enhanced by delaying fatigue through the maintenance of high blood glucose levels. This is achieved most easily through the correct use of a quality training drink.
PRE WORKOUT BLEND There is strong evidence to support that a combination of protein/carbohydrate blend may stimulate net protein synthesis especially when taken immediately before exercise, which may account for an increase in net positive protein balance, it is clear that a sufficient amount of essential amino acids combined with a carbohydrate may act as a potent stimulator of net muscle protein synthesis when given before or at various times after resistance exercise. For muscle building, a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio of carbs:protein in pre-workout meal. For fat loss reverse that and have a 1:1 or 1:2 ratio of carbs:protein pre-workout meal. The main function
of this dietary manipulation is optimizing your insulin levels to help you reach your particular goals.
POST WORKOUT BLEND After exercise, insulin seems to be necessary for protein synthesis to occur, yet increased insulin does not stimulate muscle protein synthesis. However elevated insulin after resistance exercise does diminish muscle protein breakdown in response to resistance exercise. Ingesting glucose polymers after exercise may temporarily raise insulin levels which may prove crucial in reducing protein breakdown and replenishing glycogen stores that are necessary for future resistance exercise. A 50-50 or 60-40 ratio of carbohydrates to protein is optimal for post-workout recovery.
XL-PRO MRP SLOW/FAST We recommend the use of our xl-pro slow for replacing daily meals and to be used prior to training sessions if desired. Our xl-pro fast was designed to be used at the most anabolic and maximum protein absorption periods of the day which are upon arising and directly following intense physical activity such as weight training and cardiovascular work.
LEUCINE ENHANCED It has been shown that in order for protein balance to become positive post exercise, dietary protein specifically the amino acid leucine must be consumed and protein balance will remain negative until it is consumed. Leucine is one of three branched chain amino acids with a unique ability to stimulate skeletal muscle protein synthesis. Leucine has 10 times the impact on protein synthesis than any other amino acid. The BCAAs also help boost insulin release. After your workouts, this anabolic hormone stimulates muscle growth and drives nutrients, including amino acids, glucose and creatine to your muscle cells. BCAAs also help blunt cortisol levels, the catabolic hormone that leads to muscle breakdown. While youíll get BCAAs in your
protein (especially whey), itís a good idea to add more to shakes for the specific advantages that BCAAs provide.
Amount per serving (80g)
Serving size 80g (2 scoopfuls)
Calories from fat: 20g
Total fat: 2g
Total Carbohydrates: 30g
Saturated fat: 1.2g
Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g
Monounsaturated Fat: 1g
Dietary fiber: less than .1%
Sugar (dextrose): 4g
Lactose: less than 1%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
AMINO ACID PROFILE: (mg)
L-aspartic acid: 2940mg
L-glutamic acid: 4652mg
*Serving Suggestions: As a meal replacement take 2 scoops and mix with 8 oz of cold water. You may want to adjust the amount consumed by factoring in your own nutritional needs and goals to tailor the amount to best suite your needs. More or less depending on your desired physical and nutritional goals.
*Ingredients: Cross Flow Whey Protein Concentrate, Complete Milk Protein, Calcium Caseinate,
Micellar Casein, Granulated complex carbohydrates (glucose polymers) from rice and grains,
L-Leucine, Cocoa powder or natural and artificial vanilla flavorings, Stevia, Dextrose.
STEVIA With its extracts having up to 300 times the sweetness of sugar, stevia has garnered attention with the rise in demand for low-carbohydrate, low-sugar food alternatives. Stevia also has shown promise in medical research for treating such conditions as obesity and high blood pressure. Stevia has a negligible effect on blood glucose, even enhancing glucose tolerance; therefore, it is attractive as a natural sweetener to diabetics and others on carbohydrate-controlled diets.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The FDA does not evaluate or regulate any dietary supplements. Make an educated decision when purchasing dietary supplement products.