Nutrimuscle Protimuscle is a protein combining bioactive whey and total milk protein (micellar casein; 50% whey + 50% casein). The goal of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle protein is to create a synergy between a bioactive, essentially anabolic, fast-absorbing whey protein and a micellar, essentially anti-catabolic, slow-absorbing casein protein.
Muscle mass gain
The combination of a rapidly digested anabolic protein (bioactive whey) and a slowly digested anti-catabolic protein (total milk protein) promotes muscle gain.
Effective against excess weight
The number-one protein when it comes to losing fat is total milk protein (also called casein).
Nutrimuscle's Protimuscle allows a better assimilation of amino acids and fights against digestive issues, such as bloating, that may arise as a result of a high calorie intake or a diet, both of which are particularly rich in protein.
For further details on the benefits of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle, visit the Find out more section.
Nutritional values per 100 g :
- Protein : 81g
- Carbohydrates : 5,1g
- Fat : 2,7g
- Calories : 372g
- BCAA : 17,6g
- Total milk protein and whey protein concentrate from non-Instant milk (soy-lecithin-free)
- Flavour: Frutafit® HD inulin
- Sweetener: Splenda® sucralose
- Tolerase L Lactase
- GBI-30 6086 Bacillus Coagulans.
Protimuscle is Nutrimuscle's "universal" protein appreciated by users who want a formula without constraint consumable at any time: in the morning, between meals, 1 hour before training, but also during and after, at bedtime, on rest days. , etc. Indeed, the “bi-protein” combination of the Protimuscle Nutrimuscle protein allows you to feed your muscles without fat quickly and sustainably for 8 hours.
Protimuscle Nutrimuscle protein does not contain just any whey or casein. Whey is a bio-active whey. Bio-active whey is an acidic whey (rather than mild like conventional whey) made from milk proteins and not from cheese proteins derived from milk, which is unique for a bio-active whey.
The casein of the Protimuscle Nutrimuscle protein is derived from total milk proteins (micellar caseins) and not from calcium caseinate, which is hardly digestible.
|40 G||100 G||120 G|
|PROTEINS||32,4 G||81 G||97,2 G|
|CARBOHYDRATES||2 G||5,1 G||6,1 G|
|FATS||1,1 G||2,7 G||3,2 G|
|CALORIES||149 KCAL||372 KCAL||446 KCAL|
|ENERGY||628 KJ||1570 KJ||1884 KJ|
|CALCIUM**||616 MG||1540 MG||1848 MG|
|POTASSIUM**||224 MG||560 MG||672 MG|
|MAGNESIUM**||27 MG||67 MG||80 MG|
|SODIUM**||160 MG||400 MG||480 MG|
|PHOSPHORUS**||336 MG||840 MG||1008 MG|
** Minerals: Naturally contained
1 g (gram) = 1000 mg (milligram)
The protein contents indicated in the nutritional composition of Protimuscle Nutrimuscle are for 40g, 100g or 120g of powder in the packaging, that is to say what you will actually consume.
The values on "dry extract" are therefore not displayed as we explain in our page on our transparency.
Nutrimuscle Protimuscle is formulated for people wishing to vary their sources of protein and amino acids, and, in particular:
Athletes wanting to build muscles
Less active people following a diet, for its appetite-suppressant qualities and fat-loss effect
Dilute 40 g (3 scoops or 9 teaspoons) in 25 cl of milk or room temperature mineral water 3 times a day.
If you're also taking Bacillus Coagulans, avoid diluting Nutrimuscle Protimuscle in chlorinated water such as tap water, as this will kill some of the bacteria in GanedenBC30® Bacillus Coagulans.
Nutrimuscle Protimuscle takes effect very soon after consumption:
Within 15 minutes, the amino acids in the bioactive concentrate are assimilated; For two hours, the blood level of amino acids remains high; During the next four hours, the blood level of amino acids in the bioactive concentrate is halved, while the amino acids in the micellar casein arrive in the blood to take over the anabolic role; Seven hours after intake, amino acid levels slowly return to their initial values. It's now time to enjoy another portion of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle or dig into a protein-rich meal.
First thing in the morning
Take 20 to 30 g of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle protein to put a stop to the catabolism induced by your overnight fast as quickly as possible. In fact, you'll need a high dose of protein to fill your empty stomach first thing in the morning, because at this time your digestive system takes a lot of the protein from that first meal. Upping your intake ensures that your muscles also receive all the protein they need. (1) This anabolically disastrous situation explains why simply eating protein in the morning almost triples the rate of anabolism (2).
Take 20 to 30 g of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle protein between main meals to fill any anabolic gaps.
In the evening
To limit overnight proteolysis, taking 30 g of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle just before bed makes it possible to block nocturnal catabolism and replace it with powerful anabolism.
Before a training session
Taking 20 g of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle one hour before exertion increases the level of anabolic amino acids in the blood and in the muscles, protecting them from catabolism, which is otherwise inevitable during a training session.
After a training session
Take 20 to 60 g of Nutrimuscle Protimuscle protein immediately after exercise, especially if you can't eat quickly after your session, or don't want to eat too quickly in order to benefit from the boosted fat oxidation that follows training for as long as possible, or if you intend to do a cardio workout after weight training. Taking Nutrimuscle Protimuscle protein will ensure anabolic response and inhibit the catabolic effect of the cardio, all without hindering the lipolytic (anti-fat) effect.
How do I prepare and consume my proteins?
Gas generated by the consumption of protein powder does not come from the protein itself. It mainly comes from the temperature of the liquid in which it is diluted. Cold liquid, which is often too cold, consumed several times a day in high quantities (1.5 to 2 litres) creates a thermal shock in the digestive system, causing bloating, gas, or even a case of the runs if you're very sensitive.
Nutrimuscle recommends consuming its protein products in a room-temperature liquid: prepare your protein in the morning in a bottle and then consume throughout the day. This way, you have a smooth, even mixture, because the bubbles have evaporated. So, say goodbye to burps! What's more, the ambient temperature of the contents will not disturb your digestion, so gas is also a thing of the past.
(1) Pennings B. Exercising before protein intake allows for greater use of dietary protein-derived amino acids for de novo muscle protein synthesis in both young and elderly men. Am J Clin Nutr. 2011 Feb;93(2):322-31. - (13) Riazi R. Valine is the first limiting branched-chain amino acid in egg protein. The FASEB Journal. 2002;16:A259. - (15) Evenepoel P. 13C-egg white breath test: a non-invasive test of pancreatic trypsin activity in the small intestine. Gut. 2000 Jan;46(1):52-7. - (16) Evenepoel P. Digestibility of cooked and raw egg protein in humans as assessed by stable isotope techniques. J Nutr. 1998 Oct;128(10):1716-22.
Find out more
It's rare for consumers to have access to the names of the suppliers of the raw materials that go into the supplements they consume. However, this is essential to ensuring product traceability.
At Nutrimuscle, we only use top-of-the-range proteins, the quality of which is guaranteed by global leaders: DMV (HACCP and ISO9001 certified) for bioactive whey, total milk protein. What matters most to us is the quality of the raw materials, your health, and the results you achieve using our nutritional supplements.
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Certificates and studies
- Calcium against the virus?
- Differences between intact proteins and hydrolysates?
Protein at night for faster progress?
Protein supplementation during military training
Protein supplementation during militai training
More protein = better marathon performance?
More protein leads to remission of pre-diabetes?
Benefits of protein on recovery: not yet understood
Pregnant women need more protein and glycine
Calcium against allergies?
Milk, calcium, vitamin D on ovarian cancer risk
Role of serotonin and tryptophan in digestion?
More calcium = less fatty deposits?
Magnesium against migraines?
Magnesium against diabetes complications?
Effect of dairy products on risk of colorectal cancer?
Effect of dairy products on heart health?
How important is calcium for the eye?
Importance of calcium for fat loss?
Magnesium to reduce the risk of diabetes?
Bone benefit of calcium+protein after sport?
Calcium for macular degeneration ?
Calcium loss through the skin during exercise
Dairy product consumption and diabetes risk ?
Effects of calcium on health ?
Dairy products and risk of prostate cancer ?
Calcium against the risk of hypertension ?
Osteoporosis: do they get enough calcium and vitamin D?
Does calcium help to stay less fatty?
Is calcium-rich milk protein good for bones?
What supplements against calcium kidney stones?
Low calcium intake promotes high blood pressure
Dairy products are good for seniors' health
Dairy Products and Colorectal Cancer Risk
Impact Of Calcium Supplementation On Cholesterol?
Dairy Calcium Reduces Obesity In Adolescents ?
Calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium on cancer risk ?
Endurance sports increase protein requirements
Do women respond better to whey anabolism?
Effect of casein:whey ratio on blood glucose?
Animal and vegetable proteins on immuno-inflammation?
Effects of whey in pre-, peri- and post-training?
How does leucine activate anabolism?
Protein Intake In 3 Meals With Muscle Mass ?
Dietary Protein for Colitis Healing ?
More Protein for Healthier Seniors ?
Whey for maintaining good blood sugar ?
Macronutrient intake in migraine sufferers
Dairy products and metabolic syndrome ?
What is the optimal protein dose for sportswomen?
What is the link between calcium intake and macular degeneration?
What is the link between protein intake and macular degeneration?
A baby who receives a lot of protein will end up more muscular
More IGF-1 thanks to post-workout + nocturnal protein ?
Effect of calcium + potassium + protein on bones and muscle
Effect of a high protein diet on bone density?
Do athletes eat enough protein?
Amino acid content of animal vs. vegetable proteins?
What is the optimal timing for whey and casein?
More protein for more endurance?
Milk protein for dry muscle gain?
Benefits of protein for immune control
Daily protein requirements are raised by muscle building
How effective is protein immediately after exercise?
Magnesium and calcium against memory disorders
Lack of protein increases the need for vitamin B6
Dairy products: protective or harmful for the kidneys?
Metabolic action of casein/whey before sleep ?
Effects of dairy products on mortality?
Vitamin D + calcium increases fat loss on diet ?
Anabolic effects of proteins
Role of food-derived opioid peptides
Role of a poor gut microbiome against anabolism?
Benefit of protein in endurance sports?
Protein intake reduces the incidence of injury
More calcium = more IGF-1 ?
Dairy intake and acne development ?
Speed of digestion of different milk proteins
Casein in the evening to reduce nocturnal catabolism ?
Protein accelerates recovery after football
How useful is casein at night?
How do proteins reduce fatigue?
Milk protein - NBB synergy ?
New anabolic impact of milk proteins
How much protein for weight loss in athletes?
Milk-fed vs. soy-fed infants: the effects?
Update on the maximum anabolic response to protein
Milk protein more anabolic than soy?
IGF benefits for aging well?
Protein supplementation decreases catabolism
Protein improves cerebral oxygenation during exercise
Cardiovascular benefits of protein in the diet
Health impacts of high protein diets
Muscle gain by taking protein in the evening?
Protein in post-training does not stop fat oxidation
Effects of casein and whey on gut health?
What factors influence the amount of protein needed?
How important is nocturnal protein for anabolism?
How much protein if you never do thighs?
The low-calorie, high-protein diet preserves muscle
Weight training increases the need for protein at night
Effect of protein supplementation on catabolism?
Dairy products and prostate cancer
Lack of calcium increases risk of cardiac arrest
Effects of post-exercise protein intake on muscle?
The timing of protein is important for anabolism
How much protein for senior athletes?
What is the protein intake strategy for building muscle in children?
What is the impact of milk pasteurisation on digestion?
The association between protein and cardiovascular disease?
The less protein you eat, the hungrier you are
Milk protein reduces inflammation due to weight training
Importance of calcium and magnesium for muscles ?
Too much sugar + not enough protein = risk of diabetes
Sport lowers calcium levels
Role of carbohydrate intake on cardiac recovery?
Calcium in milk prevents lead toxicity
Dairy products: good or bad for your health?
Veteran athletes need more protein
Are proteins more anabolic when taken standing?
Proteins taken in the evening are more anabolic
Are dairy products pro or anti-inflammatory?
Protein burns fat + builds muscle
Does protein supplementation make you gain muscle?
Eating the recommended amount of protein = muscle loss
More protein in post-training = more anabolism
Protein timing for athletes is not optimal
Post-training protein helps burn more fat
Is your diet high in emulsifiers?
Whey, casein or egg protein for a ketogenic diet?
Casein and intestinal permeability: finally some answers!
Protein increases performance
Casein and intestinal permeability: answers at last!
All about intestinal permeability
The impact of calcium and milk on colorectal adenomas
More protein for athletes = better performance
Increased protein intake for better recovery
Effect of whey and casein on the kidney of obese people
What is the minimum dose of protein for anabolism?
Dairy products protect joints
Skimmed milk reduces the risk of breast cancer
Anabolic synergy night protein-musculation
More protein meals = more muscle
Milk protein and whey are good for your health
Anabolic benefit of nocturnal protein
What are the nutritional risk factors for osteoporosis?
Footballers don't eat enough carbohydrates
What are the health risks of a mega-hyper-protein diet?
What are the effects of milk on life expectancy?
Nutrimuscle's ORGANIC TOTAL PROTEIN test group.
Heavy metals in baby food
Decreasing catabolism that builds muscle
How does calcium supplementation affect the heart?
More protein = better health and less fat
A constant supply of protein over 24 hours = more muscle
Top 7 best supplements for heart health
Protein and fibre are the best appetite suppressants
How does post-training protein boost recovery?
Dairy products increase diet effectiveness
Calcium is not harmful to cardiovascular health
Dairy products are good for eye health
Night-time protein increases anabolism in seniors
What is the optimal protein intake for an active woman?
Milk protein is 30% more anabolic than soy
Dairy peptide reduces stress
Milk: the number one longevity ingredient in France
Are irradiated foods good for your health?
Protein supplements protect athletes' hearts
Health synergy between calcium and dairy products
More calcium = less breast cancer
Increasing protein helps you lose fat
Importance of calcium for digestive health
Men who take vitamin D need more
Why so much chemical vanilla in supplements?
Emulsifiers in protein are bad for you
High protein diet helps you sleep better
Obese people need more protein
How much protein for optimal health in a sedentary person?
Protein is most effective in reducing appetite
Soy lecithin emulsifier is pro-inflammatory
Reducing your appetite with protein
Better sleep during a diet thanks to proteins
Anti-cancer action of calcium
Calcium is good for the intestinal flora
Calcium increases life expectancy in women
A high-protein diet has no harmful effect
5 days of inactivity halves the anabolic response
Soldiers, big consumers of protein supplements
Animal proteins more effective than vegetable ones
Healthy calcium + vitamin D synergy
Which protein to lose weight: whey or casein?
70 g of protein, more anabolic than 40 g
Why should women avoid soy protein?
The high-protein diet, more effective than the standard diet
High-protein diets are effective for athletes
Casein activates an anti-fattening gene
Seniors absorb protein more slowly
Mega-doses of protein help lose more fat
More than 89% of people are calcium deficient
A constant supply of protein is better against fat
New method of measuring protein requirements
Protein before sleep is doubly beneficial
New method of measuring protein requirements
Protein-rich breakfast is good for children
Soldiers on manoeuvres and protein powder intake
Examples of high protein breakfast benefits
Men have higher calcium requirements
If milk gives you acne, it also helps you stay young!
Amino acids help seniors who work out
The use of food supplements is beneficial to health
Link between acne and anabolism
Melamine in protein powder again
Protein and ageing.
More animal protein = more muscle
Calcium and milk benefit bone mass
Protein optimises IGF-1 production
Studies on the effect of protein in the diet
Science shows that a snack before bed is positive
75g of protein gives more muscle than 30g
The more protein you eat, the stronger you are
Protein speeds up the metabolism
Breakfast should be rich in protein
How do non-foaming proteins make you gain fat?
Protein + leucine help you recover from endurance exercise
Protein + leucine help to recover from endurance training
Taking your protein=less catabolism due to cardio
Post-exercise protein increases anabolism in children
Mineral and vitamin deficiencies in sportswomen
10 hours without food is more than enough time for anabolism
Why protein is so important for endurance
Bone benefits of calcium + vitamin D
Casein helps reduce appetite when dieting
Calcium reduces colon cancer risk
Protein and leucine increase the effects of weight training
Sport lowers calcium levels
Magnesium reduces metabolic risk
Pre-exercise carbohydrate-protein mix reduces catabolism
Dairy products; good for the health of seniors
More protein in athletes = good intestinal health
Calcium supplementation, good for heart health
More protein meals = 25% more anabolism
Diet increases protein requirements
Lack of potassium reduces the flexibility of the arteries
More magnesium = more muscle
Low potassium levels cause metabolic disorders
Protein after 1 hour of cardio promotes recovery
Dairy products; good for cardiovascular health
Minerals and vitamins are beneficial to pregnant women
Calcium fights against fat and cholesterol
Protein helps the brain in older people
Potassium, good for cardiovascular health
Protein-rich diet increases creatinine levels
How protein increases anabolism after working out
Calcium stimulates insulin secretion
Magnesium increases performance in athletes
- Lack of calcium affects eyesight
- Potassium contributes to cardiovascular health
- Milk reduces the risk of colon cancer
- Bodybuilders need more calcium
- Dairy products good for cardiovascular health
- Dairy products and calcium protect the eyes
- Casein boosts IGF levels
- Lack of potassium accelerates catabolism
- Protein does not impair kidney function
- Magnesium helps you live longer
- Milk protein and calcium help you lose fat
- More calcium helps you live longer
- Magnesium reduces the risk of diabetes by 32
- Calcium reduces the risk of colon cancer
- Calcium helps you lose fat on a diet
- Protein + carbohydrates for faster recovery after exercise
- Poor quality protein is bad for your health
- More protein = more muscle for seniors
- Protein preserves muscle during dieting
- Protein promotes stem cell proliferation
- Protein at bedtime speeds up the metabolism
- High protein diet healthier than carbohydrate diet
- Protein helps you recover faster than carbohydrates
- Calcium increases life expectancy in women
- Protein helps maintain weight after dieting
- Protein timing is important even against fat
- Faster results with high protein diet
- Protein supplements beneficial to seniors' health
- High-protein diets: more effective for losing weight
- Whey is beneficial for the cardiovascular system
- Protein-rich breakfast reduces appetite in teenagers
- Protein protects bone mass
- More protein and carbohydrates in rugby players = more performance
- More protein and carbohydrates in rugby players builds muscle
- Dairy products and their calcium help you stay slim
- High protein diets are twice as effective
- Protein powder increases muscle mass
- Protein does not induce hypertension
- Different proteins modulate insulin secretion/effects
- IGF-1 is resistant to milk pasteurisation
- Caution: soy protein is rich in aluminium
- Casein is more anti-catabolic than whey on diet
- GMOs, the dangers
- Protein-rich diet is the most effective
- Whey - casein synergy
- Casein increases fat destruction
- Casein before going to sleep helps to build muscle
- Magnesium promotes strength gain
- Protein supplements increase strength
- Only by taking a protein supplement can you build muscle.
- High protein diet has no toxic effect
- Milk protein helps with post-exercise rehydration
- Regulation of intestinal protein metabolism
- All about protein absorption rates.
- Eating protein at night increases anabolism
- How many grams of protein for an anabolic response
- Taking protein during exercise increases anabolism
- Importance of protein/carbohydrate mix for endurance recovery
- Protein + leucine reduces catabolism by 20
- More protein = more muscle
- Relationship between milk and acne
- Protein promotes endurance
- Milk protein improves rehydration
- Comparison of casein digestion
- More protein = more muscle on a diet
- How much protein for muscles? Finally an answer
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