Nitrean + Review – Worth the Price?By: Rob Miller
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Nitrean + Overview
If you spend any time at the gym, working out at home, trying to build muscle, or trying to lose weight, it’s a good idea to use a protein powder supplement.
In other words, just about everyone can benefit from using a protein powder.
The big question is “which one?” A lot of factors go into this choice.
If you break it down to its most simple components, there’s price, quality, and taste, and then then you have to weigh those against your particular goals and needs to come up with the best overall choice in your case.
Nitrean +is made by Atlarge Nutrition.
It’s hugely popular with serious body builders and it is in fact Atlarge’s best selling product.
So we decided to take a look into exactly why this is such a popular protein choice.
Nitrean + Ingredients and How They Work
You may think “protein is protein,” so what does it matter?
But it actually there are real differences.
Most protein powders use mainly or only whey protein.
There’s not necessarily anything wrong with that, but it’s not the whole story, and depending on how you use your protein powder, you may be missing out on some key benefits, mainly in terms of speed and efficiency of absorption.
Nitrean + uses 3 kinds of protein:
- Whey which is fast acting.
The benefit here is that the quick absorption allows it to get to work promoting protein synthesis very quickly.
The drawback is the protein is not retained so the effect is not sustained.
It also doesn’t prevent catabolism, which is the breakdown of protein.
- Casein which is the other form of protein found in milk. It’s slow acting.
It absorbs more slowly, has far better retention properties, and it both promotes protein synthesis and prevents protein breakdown.
- Egg Protein lies somewhere in the middle between the other two.
It’s got mid-rate absorption and it work both for synthesis and against breakdown.
A brief overview of the supplement facts, Nitrean + provides:110 Calories, 23g protein, 1g fat, 3g Carbs – including 1g sugar.
Nitrean + Pros and Cons
Advantages of Nitrean +
- It provides 3 different kinds of protein with different functions and absorption rates.
- There are tons of glowing Nitrean + reviews out there on websites and in forums.
- It’s received Men’s Heath’s Best Protein award 5 times.
- Most people say it tastes pretty good.
Disadvantages of Nitrean +
- It’s expensive.
Where to Buy
You can purchase Nitrean +online through the AtLarge Nutrition website.
The cost for a 4 1/2 pound tub is $72.95.
For a lot of people, protein is protein.A simple, less expensive, decent tasting whey protein is good enough.
But if you want to see what next generation protein can do, you may want to look into picking up some Nitrean +.
Nitrean+ is definitely a great source of protein, but it is more of a question of whether or not its high price tag is worth it when there are so many protein sources out there that are pretty great at half the price.
I can’t give it a full recommendation because of that, but I will say that it is a good source of protein and certainly won’t hurt when it comes to bulking up, but it might just hurt your wallet a little bit.
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By far the best
I have been working g out for years. I have tried so many different types of protein and what I've seen is Nitrate works better than any other I've tried and I don't use nearly as much. The serving size is 1 scoop vs others use 2 to 3 scoops. So it last alot longer with better results.
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Is it safe for women to use? I am not a gym person but would like to add protein to my shakes. Is this product for that use? Any difference in amount for women? Thank you -Tia
It's perfectly safe for women, and you'd use the same dosing instructions that are on the label.- Rob
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My favorite is 100% Whey Gold Standard from Optimum Nutrition. Here’s my full review.