Sunday, August 15, 2010
Why we need NUTRILITE Protein Powder to remain healthy?
Lets see technically why we need NUTRILITE Protein Powder.
Protein is an essential part of our daily balanced food pyramid (triangle).
The food pyramid contains
Fats and carbohydrates provide the human body with instant energy. They are found in oils, ghee, milk, fried foods, fast food products, dairy products(sweets), chicken,mutton and other animal meat.
Proteins are the building blocks of the body like a brick wall of a building. These are found in milk, lassi, paneer, pulses,eggs, chicken, soy etc..
Vitamins and minerals are found in fresh fruits and vegetables.
Well in our countries we have a habit of eating lot of "faltu food" instead of what is essential or at least a balanced food.
You might be aware that we usually eat fast food when we feel hungry. But fast food contains fats and carbohydrates.
Now the distinction here is to find out what a human body needs independent of which country we belong to.
The research shows that a human body as it gets older needs protection from diseases and strength to fight with the environmental changes. So it is vital to first keep the body structure which is our skeleton (bones & joints), tissues,blood vessels in proper functioning order.
If we talk structure of a body your mind immediately will go to what I explained in Proteins (building blocks). Once you have a solid structure you can live longer safely.
Why NUTRILITE Protein powder?
Nutrilite protein powder is made from the best source of protein available which is soy.
But again why Nutrilite soy protein? Because a lot of care has been taken to manufacture Nutrilite soy protein powder. It starts from the quality of raw soy till the packaging of the product.
Nutrilite protein powder has a high protein content (80%) mainly derived from vegetable/milk source. Moreover Nutilite protein powder contains 9 essential Amino acids which are the building blocks of the body.
They help you to balance the regular intake of protein to our body.
Posted by Anand at 8:53 AM