* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. † The numbers are based on gram for gram comparison of net actual protein (eg: 25g of protein from MUTANT FLEX FOOD vs 25 grams of protein from beef protein isolate); derived from typical amino acid profile as calculated from respective ingredients’ Certificate of Analysis as provided by each ingredient supplier. The data is represented in good faith and is presented on a ‘typical basis’ which is subject to natural variations. This information is not a guarantee or warranty of the accuracy of the data or the named product. The data is not expected to materially change the essence of the comparison – that beef protein isolate while being a source of protein, does not have levels of essential amino acids (EAAs, that are required by the body) that are materially close to that of MUTANT FLEX FOOD’s levels. The body cannot produce EAAs on its’ own – they must be obtained from your diet. If the body is deficient in essential amino acids, muscle protein tissue growth does not occur. There are 9 essential amino acids, which include the 3 branched-chain amino acids, which further include the muscle-building amino acid leucine. As such, you would need take nearly twice as much protein from beef protein isolate, to get the same muscle-building levels of EAAs, BCAAs and Leucine, as you would from the protein in MUTANT FLEX FOOD.
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