Protein Powder

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To remain healthy and attain a good quality as well as quantity of protein and other needed ingredients, we need to follow a good dietary regime.
When you're rushing out the door late for work in the morning, the last thing you have time for is to make a quick breakfast to kickstart your day. But it is not possible to get all the needed ingredients at the same time. Here our product comes at one's rescue and it takes one's day to another level, with a healthy start and smart physique.
The protein shakes these days have taken over half of the market these days and they are the latest dietary addition for a modern being's chart but we are not aware of what to use and what not to.
Keeping aside the gender difference we have designed this powder with all the healthy nutrients. The protein we have added is from a vegetarian source and is given with all the vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
Men and women both can include this in the diet and to a better fact we have made it sugar free and to make it palatable its available in chocolate flavor.



Lysine HCl:

Lysine is an essential amino acid in human nutrition because the body cannot produce it; therefore, it must be taken in either by diet or supplementation. It also increases the intestinal absorption of calcium and eliminates its excretion by the kidney, suggesting that it is very good for bone health. Lysine has been investigated for its effects on increasing muscle mass, lowering glucose, and improving anxiety.
Lysine is metabolised in mammals to give acetyl-CoA, via an initial transamination with a-ketoglutarate. L-lysine is a derivative of lysine, used in the production of elastin and collagen. It is produced by the actions of the enzyme lysyl oxidase on lysine in the extracellular matrix and is essential in the crosslink formation that stabilizes collagen and elastin.
Our supplements include vitamins important for the proper metabolism and functioning of the organs and fulfill the needs of the body.



Vitamin C:

Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. Humans, unlike most animals, are unable to synthesize vitamin C endogenously, so it is an essential dietary component. Vitamin C is required for the biosynthesis of collagen, L-carnitine, and certain neurotransmitters; vitamin C is also involved in protein metabolism. Collagen is an essential component of connective tissue, which plays a vital role in wound healing. Vitamin C is also an important physiological antioxidant and has been shown to regenerate other antioxidants within the body, including alpha-tocopherol. In addition to its biosynthetic and antioxidant functions, vitamin C plays an important role in immune function and improves the absorption of nonheme iron, the form of iron present in plant-based foods. In humans, an exogenous source of ascorbic acid is required for collagen formation and tissue repair by acting as a cofactor in the post-translational formation of 4-hydroxyproline in -Xaa-Pro-Gly- sequences in collagens and other proteins. Ascorbic acid is reversibly oxidized to dehydroascorbic acid in the body. These two forms of the vitamin are believed to be important in oxidation-reduction reactions. The vitamin is involved in tyrosine metabolism, conversion of folic acid to folinic acid, carbohydrate metabolism, synthesis of lipids and proteins, iron metabolism, resistance to infections, and cellular respiration. It is metabolized in the liver and excreted through urine.



Niacinamide:

Niacin or niacinamide is a water soluble B vitamin. Vitamin B3 (Niacin) also acts to reduce LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL cholesterol. Niacin binds to Nicotinate D-ribonucleotide phyrophsopate phosphoribosyltransferase, Nicotinic acid phosphoribosyltransferase, Nicotinate N-methyltransferase and the Niacin receptor. Niacin is the precursor to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP), which are vital cofactors for dozens of enzymes. The mechanism by which niacin exerts its lipid lowering effects is not entirely understood, but may involve several actions, including a decrease in esterification of hepatic triglycerides. Niacin treatment also decreases the serum levels of apolipoprotein B-100 (apo B), the major protein component of the VLDL (very low-density lipoprotein) and LDL fractions. Both nicotinic acid and nicotinamide are efficiently absorbed from the stomach and small intestine. It is metabolized in liver and eliminated via urine.



Vitamin A:

Vitamin A refers to a group of fat-soluble substances that are structurally related to and possess the biological activity of the parent substance of the group called all-trans retinol or retinol. Vitamin A plays vital roles in vision, epithelial differentiation, growth, reproduction, pattern formation during embryogenesis, bone development, hematopoiesis and brain development. It is also important for the maintenance of the proper functioning of the immune system. Vision: Vitamin A (all-trans retinol) is converted in the retina to the 11-cis-isomer of retinaldehyde or 11-cis-retinal. 11-cis-retinal functions in the retina in the transduction of light into the neural signals necessary for vision. This is the event that triggers the nerve impulse to the brain which allows for the perception of light. Epithelial differentiation: The role of Vitamin A in epithelial differentiation, as well as in other physiological processes, involves the binding of Vitamin A to two families of nuclear retinoid receptors. These receptors function as ligand-activated transcription factors that modulate gene transcription. When there is not enough Vitamin A to bind these receptors, natural cell differentiation and growth are interrupted. It is readily absorbed from GIT and metabolized hapatically.



Vitamin E:

Vitamin E, a fat soluble vitamin, refers to a group of compounds that include both tocopherols and tocotrienols. Vitamin E is known for its antioxidant activities and has also demonstrated immune-enhancing effects. It may also help protect skin from ultraviolet irradiation although claims that it reverses skin aging, enhances male fertility and exercise performance are poorly supported. It may help relieve some muscle cramps. It acts to protect cells against the effects of free radicals, which are potentially damaging by-products of the body's metabolism.
Vitamin E's anti-atherogenic activity involves the inhibition of the oxidation of LDL and the accumulation of oxLDL in the arterial wall. It also appears to reduce oxLDL-induced apoptosis in human endothelial cells. Oxidation of LDL is a key early step in atherogenesis as it triggers a number of events which lead to the formation of atherosclerotic plaque. In addition, vitamin E inhibits protein kinase C (PKC) activity. PKC plays a role in smooth muscle cell proliferation, and, thus, the inhibition of PKC results in inhibition of smooth muscle cell proliferation, which is involved in atherogenesis.
It is mainly absorbed in Gastro intestinal tract and metabolized in liver. In circulation it gets bound to beta-lipoproteins.



Calcium Pantothenate:

Also known as Vitamin B5, is a water soluble vitamin. Pantothenic acid is used in the synthesis of coenzyme A (CoA). Coenzyme A may act as an acyl group carrier to form acetyl-CoA and other related compounds; this is a way to transport carbon atoms within the cell. CoA is important in energy metabolism for pyruvate to enter the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA cycle) as acetyl-CoA, and for a-ketoglutarate to be transformed to succinyl-CoA in the cycle. CoA is also important in the biosynthesis of many important compounds such as fatty acids, cholesterol, and acetylcholine. CoA is incidentally also required in the formation of ACP, which is also required for fatty acid synthesis in addition to CoA. Pantothenic acid in the form of CoA is also required for acylation and acetylation, which, for example, are involved in signal transduction and enzyme activation and deactivation, respectively. Since pantothenic acid participates in a wide array of key biological roles, it is essential to all forms of life. As such, deficiencies in pantothenic acid may have numerous wide-ranging effects, as discussed below. Pantothenic acid is incorporated into COENZYME A and protects cells against peroxidative damage by increasing the level of GLUTATHIONE. Free pantothenic acid is absorbed into intestinal cells via a saturable, sodium-dependent active transport system. At high levels of intake, when this mechanism is saturated, some pantothenic acid may also be absorbed via passive diffusion.



Vitamin B2:

Riboflavin or vitamin B2 is an easily absorbed, water-soluble micronutrient with a key role in maintaining human health. Like the other B vitamins, it supports energy production by aiding in the metabolising of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Vitamin B2 is also required for red blood cell formation and respiration, antibody production, and for regulating human growth and reproduction. It is essential for healthy skin, nails, hair growth and general good health, including regulating thyroid activity.
Riboflavin is the precursor of flavin mononucleotide (FMN, riboflavin monophosphate) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD). The antioxidant activity of riboflavin is principally derived from its role as a precursor of FAD and the role of this cofactor in the production of the antioxidant reduced glutathione. Reduced glutathione is the cofactor of the selenium-containing glutathione peroxidases among other things. The glutathione peroxidases are major antioxidant enzymes. Reduced glutathione is generated by the FAD-containing enzyme glutathione reductase. Vitamin B2 is readily absorbed from the upper gastrointestinal tract and is metabolized in liver.



Vitamin B1:

Thiamine is a vitamin with antioxidant, erythropoietic, cognition-and mood-modulatory, antiatherosclerotic, putative ergogenic, and detoxification activities. Thiamine plays a key role in intracellular glucose metabolism and it is thought that thiamine inhibits the effect of glucose and insulin on arterial smooth muscle cell proliferation.
It is thought that the mechanism of action of thiamine on endothelial cells is related to a reduction in intracellular protein glycation by redirecting the glycolytic flux. Thiamine is mainly the transport form of the vitamin, while the active forms are phosphorylated thiamine derivatives. There are five known natural thiamine phosphate derivatives, each derivative has unique functions, however, most are involved as coenzymes.
It is absorbed from Duodenum by both active and passive processes.

Vitamin B6:

Vitamin B6 refers to a group of chemically very similar compounds which can be interconverted in biological systems. Vitamin B6 is part of the vitamin B group, and its active form, pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP) serves as a coenzyme in many enzyme reactions in amino acid, glucose, and lipid metabolism. PLP, the metabolically active form of vitamin B6, is involved in many aspects of macronutrient metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, histamine synthesis, hemoglobin synthesis and function, and gene expression. Vitamin B6, principally in its biologically active coenzyme form pyridoxal 5'-phosphate, is involved in a wide range of biochemical reactions, including the metabolism of amino acids and glycogen, the synthesis of nucleic acids, hemogloblin, sphingomyelin and other sphingolipids, and the synthesis of the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA).Pyridoxine is absorbed mainly in the jejunum and is metabolized in liver.



Folic Acid:

Folic acid, another form of which is known as folate, is one of the B vitamins. Folic acid, as it is biochemically inactive, is converted to tetrahydrofolic acid and methyltetrahydrofolate by dihydrofolate reductase. These folic acid congeners are transported across cells by receptor-mediated endocytosis where they are needed to maintain normal erythropoiesis, synthesize purine and thymidylate nucleic acids, interconvert amino acids, methylate tRNA, and generate and use formate. Using vitamin B12 as a cofactor, folic acid can normalize high homocysteine levels by remethylation of homocysteine to methionine via methionine synthetase.
Folic acid helps your body produce and maintain new cells, and also helps prevent changes to DNA. It encourages normal cholesterol levels, provides neurological support, good for heart health and is essential for colon health.



Mecobalamin:

Methylcobalamin (mecobalamin, MeCbl, or MeB12) is a cobalamin, a form of vitamin B12. This vitamer is one of two active coenzymes used by vitamin B12-dependent enzymes and is the specific vitamin B12 form used by 5-methyltetrahydrofolate-homocysteine methyltransferase (MTR), also known as methionine synthase. It is needed for nerve cells and red blood cells, and to make DNA.
The enzyme methionine synthase needs methylcobalamin as a cofactor. This enzyme is involved in the conversion of the amino acid homocysteine into methionine. Methionine in turn is required for DNA methylation. 5-Deoxyadenosyl cobalamin is a cofactor needed by the enzyme that converts L-methylmalonyl-CoA to succinyl-CoA. This conversion is an important step in the extraction of energy from proteins and fats. Furthermore, succinyl CoA is necessary for the production of hemoglobin, the substances that carries oxygen in red blood cells.



Vitamin D3:

Cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) is a steroid hormone that has long been known for its important role in regulating body levels of calcium and phosphorus, in mineralization of bone, and for the assimilation of Vitamin A. Vitamin D plays an important role in maintaining calcium balance and in the regulation of parathyroid hormone (PTH). It promotes renal reabsorption of calcium, increases intestinal absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and increases calcium and phosphorus mobilization from bone to plasma. The first step involved in the activation of vitamin D3 is a 25-hydroxylation which is catalysed by the 25-hydroxylase in the liver and then by other enzymes. Calcitriol increases the serum calcium concentrations by: increasing GI absorption of phosphorus and calcium, increasing osteoclastic resorption, and increasing distal renal tubular reabsorption of calcium. Calcitriol appears to promote intestinal absorption of calcium through binding to the vitamin D receptor in the mucosal cytoplasm of the intestine. Subsequently, calcium is absorbed through formation of a calcium-binding protein. Minerals are added for the catalytic functions in metabolic processes, important to be accomplished for a person doing efforts to have a healthy body and proper physique. They are important for electrolyte balance as well as proper brain functioning.



Calcium:

It is the most abundant mineral in the body. Calcium plays a vital role in the anatomy, physiology and biochemistry of organisms and of the cell, particularly in signal transduction pathways. More than 500 human proteins are known to bind or transport calcium. The skeleton acts as a major mineral storage site for the element and releases Ca2+ ions into the bloodstream under controlled conditions, circulating calcium either in the free, ionized form or bound to blood proteins such as serum albumin. Parathyroid hormone (secreted from the parathyroid gland) regulates the resorption of Ca2+ from bone.



Phosphorous:

It's a mineral considered essential for human body. It works in close proximity to calcium. It is absorbed principally in jejunum. Phosphorus also plays an important structural role in nucleic acids and cell membranes. And it's involved in the body's energy production. Its important for proper functioning of metabolic processes in the body, kidney and liver.



Potassium:

Potassium is a very important mineral for the proper function of all cells, tissues, and organs in the human body. It is also an electrolyte, a substance that conducts electricity in the body, along with other minerals. It helps in signal transmission and other processes. Potassium is crucial to heart function and plays a key role in skeletal and smooth muscle contraction, making it important for normal digestive and muscular function.



Sodium:

Sodium a mineral, is an extremely important electrolyte and an essential ion present in the extracellular fluid (ECF). One of the health benefits of sodium is the pivotal role it plays in enzyme operations and muscle contraction. It is very important for osmoregulation and fluid maintenance within the human body. Some other health benefits include improved heart performance, nervous system and glucose absorption. Sodium is the primary ion and electrolyte within the body, and it is needed for blood regulation. As an electrolyte, it regulates the bodily fluids and transmits electrical impulses in the body. Also, it is an important constituent of nerves and helps regulate muscle contractions. It is very important for water balance in the body, as heat has minimum effects on its functioning, sodium plays a vital role in preventing sun stroke or heat exhaustion by replacing the loss of essential electrolytes. It helps improve brain functioning as the brain is very dependent on the maintenance of sodium levels. Sodium plays an important role in the removal of any excess carbon dioxide that has accumulated in the body, it helps to facilitate the absorption of glucose by cells, resulting in the smooth transportation of nutrients in the body's cell membranes. Sodium is important for overall maintenance of body functions.



Iron:

It's a mineral, The health benefits of iron mainly include its job of providing life-giving oxygen to organ systems through its role in red blood cell production. The health benefits of iron relate to the proper growth of human body and maintenance of robust health. It is an essential component for metabolism, and the human body needs it to produce red blood cells. About 5% of it is found as components of various proteins and as necessary elements in certain enzymatic reactions. Iron is very important for muscle as well as brain function.



Magnesium:

Magnesium, an essential mineral, although needed in low quantities is needed to keep muscle and nerve functions normal and to keep the heart beating rhythmically. It also helps to support a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. It is important in terms of regulating blood sugar levels, thereby promoting normal blood pressure. It also supports energy metabolism and protein synthesis. Magnesium also helps to boost the energy production in the body and it promotes the activation of enzymes to create cellular energy. Dietary magnesium is absorbed in the small intestines and is excreted through the kidneys.



Zinc:

The health benefits of Zinc include proper functioning of the immune and digestive systems, supportive in diabetes, reduction of stress levels, energy metabolism, and an increased rate of healing for acne and wounds. Also, it is helpful in terms of pregnancy, hair care, eczema, weight loss, night blindness, colds, eye care, appetite loss and many other minor conditions.
Zinc, being an important mineral, plays a vital role in protein synthesis and helps regulate the cell production in the immune system of the human body. It is mostly found in the strongest muscles of the body and is found in especially high concentrations in the white and red blood cells, eye retina, skin, liver, kidneys, bones and pancreas. The semen and prostate gland in men also contain significant amounts of zinc. In the human body, there are more than 300 different enzymes that require zinc to function normally. Even cells involved in the activity of the immune system secrete zinc. As such, it is used up in various metabolic processes and eliminated through normal excretory and urinary channels, so it needs to be replenished often.



Copper:

The health benefits of copper are crucial for an overall healthy existence, as this mineral enables normal metabolic process in association with amino acids and vitamins. It cannot be produced within the body and therefore needs to be added from external sources. It is the third most prevalent mineral in the body and it is mostly carried by the blood plasma protein, Ceruloplasmin. It is known to be useful in the reduction of cholesterol.



Iodine:

Iodine is an essential trace element that is vital for normal growth and development. Around 60% of the iodine in the human body is stored in the thyroid gland. Its health benefits play a very important role in the normal functioning of the thyroid gland, which secretes thyroid hormones that control the base metabolic rate of the body. In fact, without it, thyroid hormones could not even be synthesized.
Iodine controls the functioning of thyroid glands in human body, which in turn has a significant influence on the metabolic processes in the body. It helps in the optimal utilization of calories, thereby preventing its storage as excess fat. Other benefits include removal of toxins from the body and assistance for the system in utilizing various minerals, like calcium and silicon.



Manganese:

Some of the health benefits of manganese include a benefit to healthy bone structure, bone metabolism, and helping to create essential enzymes for building bones. It also acts as a co-enzyme to assist metabolic activity in the human body. Apart from these, there are other health benefits of manganese including the formation of connective tissues, absorption of calcium, proper functioning of the thyroid gland and sex hormones, regulation of blood sugar level, and metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. It is a powerful antioxidant that seeks out the free radicals in the human body and neutralizes these damaging particles, thereby preventing many of the potential dangers they cause.



Special Warning & Precautions:

Do not take the supplement with any other with same ingredients as over dosage will be there. In pregnancy one has to consult with the dietitian for taking this supplement.



Side Effects:

There are no informed side effects with proper dosage and intake.



Drug Interactions:

There is no reported interaction regarding this supplement.