| Veg / Nonveg
|| Those who donot excercize regularly, Athletes, Fitness Enthusiasts, Extreme Sports Competitors
| No. of Servings
| Kcal/ Serving
| Carbs/Serving (g)
| Sugar/Serving (g)
| Primary Protein Source
|| Whey Protein Isolate, Sucralose (INS 995), Xanthan Gum (INS415)
| MRP (Rs)
|| Metal Carved
| Total Protein/Jar (g)
| Cost Per Serving (Rs.)
| Cost Per Gram Of Protein (Rs.)
Carved Dia Bomb Protein is a complete source for diabetic monsters.Added with 50 MG of Chromium picolinate which is the form of chromium commonly found in dietary supplements and may be effective at improving the body's response to insulin or lowering blood sugar in those with diabetes. A complete islolate protein specially designed for easy digestibility while fulfilling your daily protein requirements in the purest way possible.
1Scoop in 300 Ml Water Or Milk . Shake and Drink .
Why do I need a protein supplement?
Everyone should have all 20 amino acids available to the body through the bloodstream all of the time. If the body does not have adequate amounts, it will break down muscle and other tissues to get the amino acids it needs for vital, life-sustaining functions − this is known as a catabolic state. Protein is the best way to get all of the essential amino acids that the body needs. However, it can be difficult for some people to get high-quality protein daily through whole foods alone. Supplementing can thus be a good option for these.
Even if you are able to get the sufficient amount of protein through your diet, protein-rich foods take time to digest and may be moderately high in calories. If you are counting calories and require fast-digesting protein, you should consider a protein supplement.
How is the real protein amount determined?
Determining the amount of real protein in a supplement comes down to accurate testing and measurement.
To accurately calculate the amount of real protein in a protein supplement, the nitrogen from other ingredients such as amino acids, betaine and creatine, are subtracted from the total.
Some companies use these ingredients to spike protein test results by not subtracting the nitrogen from these other sources.
This practice is referred to as “protein spiking” or “amino spiking.” It is when ingredients that are not whole proteins are being used to spike protein test results.
Many of these ingredients have a specific purpose and benefit, but they should not be counted as protein grams.