Proti Diet Maple Syrup Highlights:
- 5 Calories
- 0g Sugar
- Sweetened with nonnutritive sweetener
A fast, safe, non-pharmacological way to help you lose weight!
- Quality ingredients
- Great taste and texture of products
- Large variety
- Recognized diet
- Worldwide distribution
- Personalized customer service
- Weight-loss guide available
In 1970, Dr. Blackburn began his research on fasting and, in 1973, described the protocol for his technique during his Ph.D. thesis examination of the biochemistry of nutrition. That’s when the Protein Diet was born. Dr. Blackburn showed that caloric loss combined with the absence of carbohydrates could neutralize any amphibolic effect of insulin on lipid metabolism. This way, insulin was maintained at low levels while the triglyceride catabolism kicked in, and the metabolites (particularly the ketone bodies) would provide the organism’s energy requirements.
The benefits of ketone bodies:
The Protein Diet protects the nitrogen balance and suppresses hunger thanks to the state of ketosis that accompanies it. The PD creates the simplest form of ketosis, ketogenesis, which allows the liver to oxidize enormous quantities of fatty acids, freeing one of its principal metabolites: ketone bodies. This oxidation occurs when fatty acids become the organism’s principal energy source. Dr. Blackburn determined the exact quantity of proteins to be given to a patient during a protein diet to protect the muscular system. During 24 hours, the patient must take between 1.2 g and 2.5 g of protein for every kilogram (2.2 lbs) of ideal weight. By this method, protein intake dramatically compensates for the mobilization of endogenic proteins.
Based on this research, ProtiDiet created a line of high-quality protein supplements to help the patients of healthcare professionals reach their ideal weight via Protein Diet.
Ingredients: Water, Natural Flavors, Cellulose Gum, Gluconolactone, Salt, Caramel Color, Sucralose, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.
This product is manufactured in a facility that also uses wheat, milk, sesame, soybeans, eggs, peanuts, and tree nuts