Nutritional snack containing 23 vitamins and minerals
High in premium whey protein
Contains digestive enzymes for healthy digestion
Undernutrition, also known as protein energy undernutrition, is common among older Australians, with an estimated 10-44% at risk. Weight loss in older adults is associated with loss of muscle mass with a risk of adverse outcomes.
Whey protein is rich in the branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) – L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine – which are essential for supporting healthy muscles.
Ageing is typically associated with a loss of bone and declined total body calcium and vitamin D. Calcium, together with vitamin D, prevents negative calcium balance and reduces the rate of bone loss. A diet rich in calcium and vitamin D reduces the risk of osteoporosis.
While ageing on its own may contribute to dysregulation of the immune system, undernutrition seems to be one of the main factors leading to poor immune responses. Protein-energy undernutrition is associated with decreased lymphocyte proliferation, reduced cytokine release and lower antibody response.
Micronutrient deficiencies reported in older people, such as zinc, selenium, iron, copper, vitamins A, C, E and B6 and folate, have important influences on immune functions.
IsoWhey Advanced contains Litesse® – a soluble non-viscous fibre that is well tolerated, less likely to cause the rapid gas production and subsequent gastric discomfort associated with the consumption of certain fibres, and, as a fibre, contributes to a balanced gastrointestinal tract.
BRAIN & EYE HEALTH
Iodine and iron contribute to normal cognitive function. Vitamin A and riboflavin contribute to the maintenance of normal vision.
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Manufactured in Australia
Recommended adult dosage
Adults: Mix 4 heaped tablespoons with 200mL of milk or milk substitute and stir thoroughly to combine.
High protein diets increase the body’s need for water. It is recommended to increase your daily water intake with use of IsoWhey Advanced.
Not to be used as a sole source of nutrition.
Should be used in conjunction with a balanced diet and appropriate exercise program.
Not suitable for children under 15 years of age or pregnant and lactating women.
Should only be used under medical or dietetic supervision.